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Via: Digg
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From their earliest cinematic appearance in Georges Méliès's "A Trip to the Moon" in 1902, our conception of life beyond Earth has changed to reflect our hopes and fears, the technology we've mastered, and our growing knowledge of the universe. Watch our depictions of extraterrestrial life change over nearly 100 films and 112 years.

Edited by Adam Schleichkorn and Bryan Menegus.

Via: X-Men Movies
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X-Men: Days of Future Past bounces from the 1960's to today through the use of conveniently available time travel. Just how does their version of the 20th Century deviate from ours?

Well head on over to the newly created website, 25moments.com, for an awesome history lesson to catch up on the past 50 years, from Magneto's presence at the grassy knoll to the surprising effects of the Chernobyl disaster.

By TheQuizard (Via: www.youtube.com)
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It took a novelist, two screenwriters, and a lot of luck for Game of Thrones to make it to TV