LIFE IN 1990'S

  • Hubble Telescope

    Hubble Telescope
    The only thing that scientist have ever had to learn about space were telescopes. But they have always wanted to go further into space see it from very close. On 1990 Nasa had just launched the first ever hubble telescope to space. With this the U.S. had the power to study and see space from closer. Now people were able to research about solar systems and a lot more other things.
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    life in the 1990's

  • End of Cold War

    End of  Cold War
    The Cold War had started right after World War 2. It was when Russia and America were argueing about Nuclear weapons. At that time people were very worried about bombing and unsecured. Luckely the Cold War ended in 1991. People were no longer worring about a bomb hitting them or about nuclear weapons. Everything was in peace and happines.
  • Women becoming equal

    Women becoming equal
    Women were starting to become a lot more important in congress. The number of women in the United States senate jumped by 200 percent or four seats. And for the first time people had voted a lot for the women. They had a lot more power in congress wich ment more freedom for women. This even caused the first black women elected as senate, Carol Mosely she helped held the 100 seats in the United States senate.
  • Electronic Age

    Electronic Age
    Bill Gates had just started the electronic age. He had just built the Microsoft which makes the computer. This electronic age could allow people to comunicate and even buy stuff online. They hadn't just invented the computer though.They also invented the cellphone that also gave an ability of further communication.
  • Bill Clinton

    Bill Clinton
    This is a part of Bill Clinton's First Inaugural Adress.
    When our founders boldly declared America's independence to the world and our purposes to the Almighty, they knew that America, to endure, would have to change. Not change for change's sake, but change to preserve America's ideals; life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness. Though we march to the music of our time, our mission is timeless. Each generation of Americans must define what it means to be an American.
  • AIDS

    People had always known about AIDS but really didn't care, so people didn't do anything about it. AIDS is a body disease that damages the body's ability to fight off diseases. In 1995 more than 270,000 people died of AIDS. More than one million people were infected with HIV. And now a days, HIV and AIDS are still affecting our health.
  • Tobacco

    As we know tobacco is one of the things that mostly gives lung disease. In the year of 1997 there was many tobacco landmarkes and industries. This caused millions of people to suffer from lung disease. This lung disease suffering forced the tobacco landmarks and industries to pay billions of dollars. But that didn't stop the tobacco from being sold
  • cloning

    Cloning was first discovered in scotland in 1997. The first thing it was used on was a sheep. And scientist say that anything can be cloned, even humans. Scientist predict that cloning will be very useful for the future. They say that cloning animals will give us more food/meat. Some people were very surprised and started thinking of the possibilities.
  • Newspaper decade

    The newspaper decade has begun. This year is when newspaper was just getting alot more famouse and used. Newspaper had just changed, there was more columns added. They added sport's, cartoon strips, and cristian science monitor. Not only did the newspaper inform it also entertained the reader.
  • Titanic Movie

    The most succesful movie ever made in the 1998, was the movie Titanic. This movie is exra special because it's based on a real event. And now millions of people have seen the movie Titanic. but after the Titanic, now people know that ships so big can have disaster mistakes. Peole are very cautios they have made better ships and are very protective. Just because of one simple movie based on a real event.