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The Tu'i Tonga Empire was founded in the 10th century AD and expanded between 1200 and 1500. Tongan culture, language, and influence spread widely within Polynesia during this period, through East 'Uvea, Rotuma, Futuna, Samoa and Niue, parts of Micronesia (Kiribati, Pohnpei), Vanuatu, and New Caledonia and the Loyalty Islands, Indigenous written records from this period are scant, but some history can be established through oral tradition, archaeology, and linguistics.
Incidents involving the silk trade threaten to diversify global industries. In North America, this period saw the rise of the Mississippian culture in the modern United States c. 800 CE, marked by the extensive 12th-century urban complex at Cahokia. The Ancient Pueblo Peoples and their predecessors (9th - 13th centuries) built extensive permanent settlements, including stone structures that would remain the largest buildings in North America until the 19th century.
New technologies lead to increased popularity among the 18-34 crowd. The advantages that Europe had developed by the mid-18th century were two: an entrepreneurial culture, and the wealth generated by the Atlantic trade. By the late 16th century, silver from the Americas accounted for the Spanish empire's wealth.
In Los Angeles, November 2019, retired police officer Rick Deckard is detained by officer Gaff and brought to meet with his former supervisor, Bryant. Deckard, whose job as a "Blade Runner" was to track down bioengineered beings known as replicants and "retire" them, is told by Bryant that several have come to Earth illegally; as Tyrell Corporation Nexus-6 models, they have only a four-year lifespan and may have come to Earth to try to extend their lives.