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In May 2015, uncommonly large numbers of saiga began to die from a mysterious epizootic illness suspected to be pasteurellosis. Herd fatality is 100% once infected, with an estimated 40% of the species' total population already dead. More than 120,000 carcasses had been found as of late May, while the estimated total population was only 250,000
originally posted by: 0001391
Perhaps this is some kind of memory alteration/injection that has taken place. Perhaps a technology was developed and has been tested on the population. Transmitted through TVs, radio, cell phone towers, I have no idea what, and for tests they have used fairly inconsequential pop culture markers. Perhaps we who have memories differential than the apparent material evidence are the ones who were successfully manipulated through this technology.
originally posted by: ItVibrates
EDIT: This is the link if anyone wants to try and wayback it
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originally posted by: sapien82
Dont you all find it a bit odd that fair enough we all remember the names of tv shows being different or famous celebrities dying in jail or living on past that year but apart from those things nothing else in the world has changed
just totally useless information to do with entertainment and famous people.
Wow surely there would have been something else change like something incredibly profound?
Scientific discovery ? that has or hasn't happened yet etc
50. "Houston, we have a problem" ("Apollo 13," 1995). An interesting case here, in that the movie version is a misquote, and an often-misquoted one at that (people often say "Houston, we've got a problem"). The actual quote from the actual Apollo 13 in 1970 is "Houston, we've had a problem."
originally posted by: SeaWorthy
a reply to: bismarcksea
I DISTINCTLY remember Billy Graham dying around 2000-2004ish. HUGE deal on TV and the news. Imagine my surprise when a friend told me he was still alive.
So what frigg'n timeline did I pop out of???!!!????
I watched the whole huge thing on TV also constantly commenting to Family how big a deal was made of his passing, I had to look this up because I could not believe you were suggesting it didn't happen!!
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