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Space Trip - Christmas Present of the Year

Spacetrip - Christmas Present of the YearDecember 15, 2030 - There's no doubt what the most popular Christmas present will be this year. Influenced by the launch of the first manned mission to Mars next month, you will most likely get a present with stars, a gift card for a spacetrip. Read more...»

First Marathon Under Two Hours

First Marathon Under Two HoursSeptember 30, 2030 - Yesterday the 20-year-old Ethiopian wonderchild Demeke Retta took his first victory in the Berlin Marathon and became the first man under two hours ever! The new record is one hour 59 minutes 47 seconds. Read more...»

370 Million People Worldwide Suffer from Diabetes

370 Million People Worldwide Suffer from DiabetesAugust 1, 2030 - New statistics suggest that more than 370 million people worldwide today suffer from diabetes. The numbers have doubled over the last 30 years. Much of this increase has taken place in developed countries, due to ageing, obesity, unhealthy diets, population growth and sedentary lifestyles. Read more...»

India is Now More Populous than China

India is Now More Populous than ChinaJuly 1, 2030 - It is now officially declared that India has passed China, excluding Hong Kong, as the most populous nation in the world according to the UN. The two nations "met" at 1.448 billion people each. The population of India is estimated to increase to 1.593 billion by year 2050. Read more...»

180 Million Deaths Worldwide from HIV

180 Million Deaths Worldwide from HIVJune 26, 2030 - The total number of deaths from HIV/AIDS worldwide is now said to have passed 180 million people, since it was recognized 50 years ago. The most infected are to find in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Read more...»

Mankind Ready for Mars

Mankind Ready for MarsApril 5, 2030 - The international collaboration for the first manned mission to Mars presented today the final plans for the trip next year. Take off will be January 24 and after about five months in space they will land on Martian soil on June 28. The countdown for one of the greatest adventures ever has started. Read more...»

Net Cereal Deficits Increase in Developing Countries

Net Cereal Deficits Increase in Developing CountriesMarch 22, 2030 - The net cereal deficits in the developing countries have increased to 13% of the consumption, or 232 million tonnes. 30 years ago the deficits were 103 million tonnes, or only 9% of consumption. Read more...»

Is there a Future for Live Newscasters?

Is there a Future for Live Newscasters?December 20, 2030 - The launch yesterday of the virtual realistic-looking human newscaster from Simple News gained rave reviews. Others have made several attempts earlier, but this sends the live newscasters in to a pretty shaky future. Read more...»

Deaths from HIV in the US Continue to Decline

Deaths from HIV in the US Continue to DeclineOctober 24, 2030 - For the first time in 45 years the number of deaths from HIV in the US will be below 5,500 this year. Since the peak in 1995 when almost 55,000 people gave in for the disease, casualties have declined. Read more...»

Senior Drivers Account for 25% of US Driver Fatalities

Senior Drivers Account for 25% of US Driver FatalitiesOctober 19, 2030 - Drivers aged 65 and older account for 25% of the total driver fatalities in the US, a figure that has doubled over the last 30 years. The reason for the increase is mainly the aging population. Read more...»

More Manufacturers Join the New Battery Standard

More Manufacturers Join the New Battery StandardNovember 21, 2030 - More manufacturers of electronic equipment are now joining the battery standard, based on the new generation of rechargeable batteries that can keep your TV run for 40 hours without recharging. They will soon be able to run basically all equipment at your home, the computer, toaster, lamps, vacuum cleaner, and they are even considered for washing machines. Read more...»

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Net Cereal Deficits Increase in Developing Countries

Net Cereal Deficits Increase in Developing CountriesMarch 22, 2030 - The net cereal deficits in the developing countries have increased to 13% of the consumption, or 232 million tonnes. 30 years ago the deficits were 103 million tonnes, or only 9% of consumption. Read more...»
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