Generation (disambiguation)


Generation (disambiguation)

Generation or Generations may refer to:
* Generation, a level in a family tree; a new set of descendants, a new version (computers, consumer electronics)

cience

* Electricity generation, the creation of electricity
* Generation (particle physics), a division of the elementary particles

Popular culture

Literature
* "Generations" (book), an analysis of Anglo-European history by William Strauss and Neil Howe
* "", a DC Comics series

Film and television
* "Star Trek Generations", the seventh "Star Trek" film and a crossover between the original 1966 series and the 1987 "Next Generation" series
* "Generations" (TV series), a US soap opera broadcast on NBC
* "Generations", a South African soap opera
* The second season of the NBC drama "Heroes" was called Generations, whereas the first season was dubbed Genesis, and the third "Villains."

Music
* "Generation" (album), a 2005 album by the Audio Bullys
* "Generations" (album), a 2005 album by the band Journey
* "Generation", a song by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club from their 2003 album "Take Them On, On Your Own"

ee also

* Generate
* generation___---Al Gore's carbon credit company


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