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The timestream.
years: 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

(stardates from 1994.0)

decades: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s
centuries: 19th century - 20th century - 21st century

1994 was, on Earth's calendar, the 95th year of the 20th century, and the fifth year of the 1990s decade. Although this was a time period before Human formulation of stardates, this era begins with stardate 1994.0.[1]


February 7
Khan Noonien Singh tries to attack Vasily Hunyadi; however, Khan's submarine vessel is heavily damaged by some mines and Khan can escape only in the last minute. This happens according to Gary Seven's plan to play the genetically enhanced supermen against each other.[4]
April 21
Dr Donald Archibald Williams arrives at Khan's palace in India, offering him his services and telling him of the secret bacteria formula he rescued before the destruction of the Chrysalis Project. The bacteria is later tested on Williams and Arcturus; as the augmented supermen are immune to it, the bacteria kills only Williams, while the test turns Arcturus insane.[4]
London tabloids detail necrotizing fasciitis outbreak.[4]
August 29
Vasily Hunyadi addresses the United Nations in defiance against the economic sanctions and the NATO peacekeeping presence to declare that Serbia had nothing to apologize for. During his speech, members of the "Army of Eternal Vigilance", a doomsday sect founded by General Randall Morrison, release sarin gas, a nerve toxin, into the council chambers, suffocating to death many ambassadors, tourists and Hunyadi. Roberta Lincoln, who has infiltrated the doomsday group, learns that this is only "Phase 1" of a bigger plan.[4] Secaucus, New Jersey homemaker Clare Raymond is among the victims, dying of an embolism. Her husband has her placed in cryostasis in the hope that advances in medical science will eventually be able to revive her.[5]
November 14
Morrison's group tries to poison the tunnel between London and Paris; with the help of Guinan, Gary Seven manages to prevent the sabotage. After Morrison hears of the events, he tries to orchestrate a mass-suicide amongst his followers, but Roberta Lincoln prevents this. Morrison kills himself after that.[4]


Births and deaths


References and notes


Title Series Date Media Notes Image
The Eugenics Wars

The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2

Chapters 12-20
The Original Series 7 February - 14 November 1994 novel Khan2.JPG
Strange New Worlds 9

The Rules of War
The Original Series 1994 short story Snw9.jpg



"Malibu DS9, Issue 6".

week of 2 January
week of 9 January
week of 17 January
week of 30 January


"Seems Like Old Times".

week of 6 February
week of 13 February
week of 20 February
week of 27 February


"No Compromise Part One".

week of 20 March
week of 27 March










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