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  • 1865

    • April

      • April 14, 1865
        • Abraham Lincoln is not assassinated. In the Oracle/Seer world, Quinn reads from a book called the Events Calendar: "In 1865, a young seer from San Francisco is purported to have prevented the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was so impressed, he created a special cabinet post - Prime Oracle, with the responsibility to foresee potential disasters. The rest of the country soon came to believe in psychic powers." (Season 2 episode Obsession)

  • 1955

    • March

      • March 4, 1955
        • Musician Rembrandt Brown, also known as Crying Man, born. Revealed on the "Slide Online" feature of the Sci Fi Channel's Sliders website.

  • 1963

    • November

      • November 22, 1963
        • JFK is not assassinated. In the Oracle/Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. Here, after being saved from assassination himself, Abraham Lincoln created a special cabinet post - Prime Oracle, with the responsibility to foresee potential disasters. The rest of the country soon came to believe in psychic powers. (Season 2 episode Obsession)

  • 1970

    • October

      • October 4, 1970
        • On the vampire world, hippie rock musician Janis Joplin does not die young, she lives at least into her 50s. (Season 3 episode Stoker)

  • 1971

    • December

      • December 19, 1971
        • Date of Birth of young woman Margaret Farren, as listed on missing persons flier "HAVE YOU SEEN US?" On the vampire world, seen at Stoker concerts before she disappeared. (Season 3 episode Stoker)

  • 1972

    • April

      • April 30, 1972
        • Date of Birth of young woman Susan Cahill, as listed on missing persons flier "HAVE YOU SEEN US?" On the vampire world, seen at Stoker concerts before she disappeared. (Season 3 episode Stoker)

    • July

      • July 7, 1972
        • While exploring the underground city on the engineers world, Quinn finds a plaque that reads: "Seismic Shock Column Number 6860 North Quadrant Operational July 7, 1972. (Season 3 episode The Last of Eden)

  • 1989

    • March

      • March 26, 1989
        • While at Faye's restaurant, Rembrandt mentions an old weekend gig in Salt Lake City for Easter 1989. (Season 1 episode Fever)

  • 1991

    • May

      • May 7, 1991
        • Issued Date on Arturo's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

  • 1992

    • April

      • April 9, 1992
        • Issued Date on Wade's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

  • 1993

    • February

      • February 21, 1993
        • Issued Date on Quinn's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

  • 1994

    • September

      • September 13, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 13th - my attempt to create the world's first anti-grav device has taken a decidedly bizarre turn. Anti-grav uh-uh. Something else, definitely. But what?" (Pilot episode)

      • September 21, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 21st - After days of careful analysis, I've come to the conclusion that the center of the ring could be the mouth of a tunnel or a gateway to another existence." (Pilot episode)

      • September 22, 1994
        • Quinn sends objects into the void, per his video diary entry on September 25: "For three days, I've been sending objects into the void..." (Pilot episode)

      • September 23, 1994
        • Quinn sends objects into the void, per his video diary entry on September 25: "For three days, I've been sending objects into the void..." (Pilot episode)

      • September 24, 1994
        • Quinn sends objects into the void and perfects his timing device, per his video diary entry on September 25: "For three days, I've been sending objects into the void..." and "Last night I perfected a timing device." (Pilot episode)

      • September 25, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 25th - For three days, I've been sending objects into the void - a paper airplane, Rubik's cube, even my T-Rex. I figured the carnivore could take care of himself. All vanished without a trace. Last night I perfected aa timing device, designed to return things from wherever it is they're going. I sent another object in 19 minutes, 40 seconds ago. with the timer set on 20 minutes. With any luck, it should be returning right about... now! ...and the crowd goes crazy!" (Pilot episode)

      • September 26, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 26th - I've been thinking about sending Schrodinger through. First cat into the void. But if anything were to happen, I know I couldn't live with that. Still, the need to know overwhelms the human instinct for self-preservation. Of course, sending the camera is the logical choice, but the electrical field nukes the picture. So - tomorrow morning, I myself will step through the gate, and finally see what's on the other side." (Pilot episode)

      • September 27, 1994
        • The sliders enter the vortex together for the first time - Quinn, Wade and Arturo from Quinn's basement, and Rembrandt gets pulled in while driving by outside. (Pilot episode)

  • 1995

    • January

      • January 28, 1995
        • Date on telegram to Mrs. Brown, informing her that her husband Sergeant Rembrandt Brown has been rescued in the Outback, is resting comfortably in a Melbourne hospital and will be contacting her shortly. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

    • March

      • March 12, 1995
        • Date of The Rumour newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "Prince Harold: Poor at Home with their Poverty" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)

      • March 19, 1995
        • Date on telegram to Mrs. Brown, informing her that her husband Sergeant Rembrandt Brown has been rescued in the Outback, is resting comfortably in a Melbourne hospital and will be contacting her shortly. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

  • 1996

    • January

      • January 24, 1996
        • Expiration Date on Quinn's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

    • May

      • May 15, 1996
        • Expiration Date on Wade's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

    • September

      • September 23, 1996
        • Expiration Date on Arturo's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)

  • 1997

    • March

      • March 12, 1997
        • Date that young women Margaret Farren and Susan Cahill were last seen, as listed on missing persons flier "HAVE YOU SEEN US?" On the vampire world, seen at Stoker concerts before she disappeared. (Season 3 episode Stoker)

  • Annual Event or Year Unknown

    • March

      • March 30
        • The New York Repertory Theatre film festival is in town from March 30 through April 24 on the living gems world. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)

    • April

      • April 24
        • The New York Repertory Theatre film festival is in town from March 30 through April 24 on the living gems world. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
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