Google's 'Year In Search' video will make you feel like maybe 2015 wasn't so bad.

Google's 'Year In Search' video will make you feel like maybe 2015 wasn't so bad.
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Google just released their "Year In Search" video for 2015, and it will show you just how much has happened in the past 12 months. As the world enters the calendar's home stretch, a lot of the negative things are dominating the headlines—terrorist attacks, mass shootings, refugee crises, civil wars, and growing civil anger—but this was also a year of progress and a year of people reaching out to help. Take a look and see how you feel about humanity's chances for next year on this big rock muddling its way through time and space:

As you may have noticed, the video used Caitlyn Jenner's ESPYs speech as a narration of sorts, a reminder of this summer when the US Supreme Court legalized gay marriage, and America, at least, felt like it was riding a wave of good feelings. Ireland seemed pretty happy about it, too. As the Paris attacks and other tragedies began to darken the outlook as the days got shorter, the year stopped looking so promising. But this is a good reminder that the long arc of history trends towards justice, even if it doesn't move in that direction every day. Here's a look at 2014 if you want to keep the time warp going:

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