The year 2015 felt less like the standard 365 days and more like some sort of bizarre Narnian super year of exhausting tragedy and amazing discoveries.
Facebook's “2015 Year In Review” video reminds everyone what the world discussed the most in 2015.
Among an embarrassing amount of social injustice, there was also liquid water on Mars, marriage equality in Ireland and the championing of civil rights as the Black Lives Matter movement began.
As the year draws to a close, we remember what brought us together in 2015, and look forward the connections we'll make in 2016. Posted by Facebook on Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Along with the video, the site ranked the top 10 global topics of 2015 based on the frequency the topic was mentioned in posts between January 1 and December 1.
Facebook users are unlikely to forget the following any time soon:
1. US Presidential Election 2. November 13 Attacks in Paris 3. Syrian Civil War and Refugee Crisis 4. Nepal Earthquakes 5. Greek Debt Crisis 6. Marriage Equality 7. Fight Against ISIS 8. Charlie Hebdo Attack 9. Baltimore Protests 10. Charleston Shooting and Flag Debate
Here's hoping for less hardship and more great people working toward good fortune in 2016.