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Historical Reference for WorldSolo Events

A historical reference of significant world events over the last 1000 years and their corresponding rating.

Event Rating Scale Breakdown

  • -5 Critical, negative
  • -4 Severe, negative
  • -3 Substanial, negative
  • -2 Moderate, negative
  • -1 Slight, negative
  • 0 Neutral
  • 1 Slight, negative
  • 2 Moderate, negative
  • 3 Substantial, negative
  • 4 Extraordinary, negative
  • 5 Extremely Momentous, negative

-5 EVENTS:

A negative event on a global scale that critically impacts most, if not, the entire world’s population

A -5 Event has never taken place

According to WorldSolo there has never been a -5 event in the modern history of humanity

Possible Examples: Asteroid Impact, Environmental Disaster, Nuclear War, Global Pandemic, Mass Population Decline

-4 EVENTS:

A negative event that severely impacts multiple regions or is transcontinental; an event that could change the social fabric of the world.

Example of a -4 Event: The atomic bomb detonated in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.

Examples: Hiroshima-Nagasaki, 2011 Japanese Earthquake, 2004 Tsunami, Spanish Flu, Concentration Camps, Sudan, Famine, Disease, War, Rampant Poverty

-3 EVENTS:

A negative event that substantially impacts a single region or several nations; a negative event that sets a regional precedence.

Example of a -3 Event: The September 11th Attacks in 2001.

Examples: Syrian Civil War, Pearl Harbor, 9/11, SARS, Kennedy Assassination, Collapse of Financial Markets

-2 EVENTS:

A negative event that moderately impacts a nation, or a large group of people; a negative event that has large scale social or economic repercussions.

Example of a -2 Event: The 1995 OKC Bombing.

Examples: Benghazi Attack, 93 WTC, 95 OKC, Reductions in Human Rights, Decline of Financial Markets

-1 EVENTS:

A negative event that impacts a nation or large group of people; a negative event that has moderate social or economic repercussions

Example of a -1 Event: Unemployment.

Examples: Unemployment, Elections, Civil Liberties challenged, State affairs

0 EVENTS:

An event that does not negatively or positively affect nations or people on a global scale

Examples: Minor Economic News, Minor Government News

+1 EVENTS:

A positive event that impacts a nation or large group of people; a positive event that has moderate social or economic repercussions

Example of a +1 Event: UN Resolution

Examples: UN Resolution Advancement in Screening for Diseases, Technology Advancements

+2 EVENTS:

A positive event that moderately impacts a nation, or a large group of people; a positive event that has large scale social or economic repercussions.

Example of a +2 Event: Invention of the Locomotive

Examples: Invention of the Locomotive, The Wright Brothers, Discovery of Antibiotics, Breakthrough in Medical Research, Peace Treaty Signed, Rise in Financial Markets, Expansion of the Middle Class

+3 EVENTS:

A positive event that substantially impacts a single region or several nations; a positive event that sets a regional precedence

Example of a +3 Event: Creation of the Internet

Examples: Creation of the Internet, Polio Vaccination, Flourishing of Financial Markets and Housing, Expansion of Democracy, Creation of Internet

+4 EVENTS:

A positive event that extraordinarily impacts multiple regions or is transcontinental; an event that changes the social fabric of the world.

Example of a -1 Event: Unemployment.

Examples: Invention of Printing Press, Age of Enlightenment, Eradication of Cancer

+5 EVENTS:

An extremely momentous positive event on a global scale that impacts most, if not, the entire world’s population

Example of a -1 Event: Unemployment.

According to WorldSolo, there has never been a +5 event in the modern history of humanity

Possible Examples: Complete Disarming of all Weapons,100% Sustainable Energy, Elimination of World Poverty

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