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  1. Ups. My bad. Corrected. Thanks for the headsup.
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    BF1918 Battle #1 - Raid on Fort Pontisse

  3. Triple Entente The Seaforth Highlanders Led by @Born-1942 International Regiment with Portuguese Speaking Subdivision 94e Régiment d'infanterie Led by @SputnikFighter International Regiment with French Speaking Subdivision German Empire Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr. 1 Led by @Granate International Regiment with Russian Speaking Subdivision Hohenzollernsches Nr. 40 Led by @GABBOTTO International Regiment
  4.  Summer 1914, the whole of Europe is falling deep into the Chaos of war, a conflict unknown by its new nature; a gigantic, brutal conflict involving millions of men fighting a senseless war. Soon, iron will rain heavily and the corn fields of Western Europe will be flowing in blood. On this day, the most wonderful summer of the century will turn into Hell. From the small Belgian towns to the large fields of the east of France, passing by the narrow streets of Ypres, relive the year when the old world died for a new one, which changed everything. Which side will you choose ? Will you fight for The Triple Entente to defend Belgium and France against the German appetite for new territories to conquer? Or for the German Empire to exert it's full power over the old continent? Whichever side you fight for, join us in our new Battlefield 1918: Outbreak of Chaos. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP! What is a campaign? A campaign is a series of connected battles, where we recreate the timeline of the war. Campaigns are played over 8-10 weeks and every Saturday we will have a 3-hour battle with multiple rounds. All battles are counted towards the final score which determines the army that won the overall campaign. Battles will take place every Saturday evenings at 18:00 UTC
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    Happy Birthday

    Happy Birthday @Tutvys!
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    Donating To CMP Gaming

    Thank to the members below that have also donate in 2019 The_Spine - € 5 Monthly Donation Firecrafter - € 5 Monthly Donation Spindrifter - € 5 Monthly Donation Belzebuth - € 50 Donation Pepinio - € 11 Donation jan_kurator - € 15 Donation Papillon - € 62 Donation Proud to be a member of CMP-Gaming
  7. The dinosaurs may not have been in decline after all A new study has cast doubt on the idea that the dinosaurs had been in steady decline before the impact. While it is generally accepted that the apocalyptic combination of a catastrophic asteroid strike and intense volcanism brought about the demise of the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous, scientists have long struggled to agree on whether or not the prehistoric reptiles had been thriving beforehand. Some have argued that the dinosaurs had already been in decline before the extinction, in particular due to changes in climate, competition with other species and a failure to speciate fast enough. This, it is thought, may have made them particularly vulnerable to the apocalypse that followed. Now though, a new study has cast doubt on this idea and has instead suggested that the very opposite was true - that the dinosaurs were in fact thriving before they were wiped out. The research used ecological niche modelling to predict the environmental conditions suitable for various dinosaur species and where they might have thrived as the climate changed over time. "The results of our study suggest that dinosaurs as a whole were adaptable animals, capable of coping with the environmental changes and climatic fluctuations that happened during the last few million years of the Late Cretaceous," said lead researcher Alessandro Chiarenza. "Climate change over prolonged time scales did not cause a long-term decline of dinosaurs through the last stages of this period." The findings open up the very real possibility that the dinosaurs may have never disappeared at all (and subsequently we may never have existed) if the asteroid strike hadn't occurred. It seems that we may in fact owe our very existence to their untimely demise. Source: UPI.com
  8. If you have some time to waste and want to look at a beautiful thing called Earth, watch the video below:
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    Community Music Channel

  10. A small section of a 360-degree panorama showing the Curiosity Mars rover’s perch on the lower slopes of Mount Sharpe A panoramic image taken from the slopes of Mount Sharp has revealed the Martian landscape in remarkable detail. After spending the last twelve months atop Vera Rubin Ridge, the adventurous Mars rover is now heading to a trough known as Glen Torridon to study phyllosilicates - a type of clay mineral. "In addition to indicating a previously wet environment, clay minerals are known to trap and preserve organic molecules," said Curiosity Project Scientist Ashwin Vasavada. "That makes this area especially promising, and the team is already surveying the area for its next drill site." The panorama, which is made up of 122 separate photographs, was captured just before Curiosity headed away from Vera Rubin Ridge. The view includes Glen Torridon and upper Mount Sharp. "We've had our fair share of surprises," said science team member Abigail Fraeman. "We're leaving with a different perspective of the ridge than what we had before." To view the panorama, click and drag your mouse while playing the video below. A full-sized, high-resolution version can be viewed - here. Source: Astronomy Now
  11. Tuesday 12 February 20:00 Manchester United vs Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 20:00 Roma vs FC Porto 0-1 Wednesday 13 February 20:00 Ajax vs Real Madrid 2-2 20:00 Tottenham Hotspur vs Borussia Dortmund 2-0 Tuesday 19 February 20:00 Liverpool vs FC Bayern München 2-1 20:00 Lyon vs Barcelona 0-3 Wednesday 20 February 20:00 Atlético de Madrid vs Juventus 1-2 20:00 FC Schalke 04 vs Manchester City 0-2

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