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  3. Red Dawn (1984, 2012), Tomorrow when the War Began (2010)

     
  4. Invasion U.S.A. (1952): An unnamed Communist ennemy (meant to be taken as the Soviet Union) invades the United States. 

    Red Dawn (1984): In an alternate 1980s, the United States is invaded by the Soviet Union and its Cuban and Nicaraguan allies

    Tomorrow When the War Began (2010): When Australia is invaded and their families are taken, eight unlikely high school teenagers band together to fight.

    Red Dawn (made in 2009, released in 2012): While in post-production, MGM changed the villains from Chinese to North Korean in order to maintain access to China’s lucrative box office. (wikipedia).  

     
  5. Cloud Atlas (2012)

     
  6. rtamim:

    50 years

     
  7. The Day after Tomorrow (2004)

    New York City taxis are pictured on a flooded street in Queens after Sandy struck the US East Coast (dailymail)


     
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    reblogged from: nationalpost

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    nationalpost:

Photo: A man in snorkelling gear wades through the flooded streets of Brooklyn, New York, October 29. (Gary He/Reuters)

    nationalpost:


    Photo: A man in snorkelling gear wades through the flooded streets of Brooklyn, New York, October 29. (Gary He/Reuters)

     
  9. Argo (2012) 

    Inspired from an amazing true story.  During the Iran hostage crisis (1979-81), the CIA created a fake sci-fi movie project untitled Argo. This was part of a plan to free six Americans who took shelter at the home of the Canadian ambassador.  

    Second picture is a movie poster created by the CIA. via

     
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    theoneaboutscience:

NASA’s Curiosity rover mission has found evidence a stream once ran vigorously across the area on Mars where the rover is driving. There is earlier evidence for the presence of water on Mars, but this evidence — images of rocks containing ancient streambed gravels — is the first of its kind. (via NASA - NASA Rover Finds Old Streambed on Martian Surface)

    theoneaboutscience:

    NASA’s Curiosity rover mission has found evidence a stream once ran vigorously across the area on Mars where the rover is driving. There is earlier evidence for the presence of water on Mars, but this evidence — images of rocks containing ancient streambed gravels — is the first of its kind. (via NASA - NASA Rover Finds Old Streambed on Martian Surface)