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  1.  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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    Community Music Channel

    Johnny Winter was an awesome performer
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    Happy Birthday

    If you have setup your birthday in your profile it will appear in the calendar below: https://cmp-gaming.com/calendar/
  4. Share your opinions about the battle. Replies are ok but no flaming, keep it clean! Copy and paste below: Best: - Worst: - Funniest: - Most hated player: - Most loved/liked player: - Best Battle Photo - https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/1928-best-battle-photo-medal/ Other: -
  5. We will also play the map Halong Bay Halong Bay by GeoPat CMP Anniversary event map. Based on Halong Bay in Vietnam.
  6. Dont forget to join us today!
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    FH2 Custom Map Birthday Event

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  8. Never seen before - the first ever image of a black hole In a major breakthrough, astronomers have achieved the impossible by capturing an image of a distant black hole. This particular supermassive black hole, which measures a staggering 40 billion km across, is located at the center of the distant Messier 87 galaxy which lies approximately 55 million light years away. The 'ring of fire' surrounding the black hole is caused by dust and gas falling in to its center. The object is so bright that it puts out more light than all the stars in its host galaxy combined. The image itself was captured using the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) - a network of eight radio telescopes situated around the world. "Black holes are the most mysterious objects in the universe," said EHT director Sheperd Doeleman. "We have seen what we thought was unseeable. We have taken a picture of a black hole." The groundbreaking image will help to revolutionize our understanding of these enigmatic objects. For astrophysicists, these are exciting times indeed. Full article here : https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47873592
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    Community Music Channel

  10. The discovery could prove useful in a variety of applications A new 'chain-melted state' makes it possible for atoms to exist as both a solid and a liquid at the same time. Up until now, it was generally understood that the atoms that make up physical material can exist in only one of three states - solid, liquid or gas. As it turns out however, there is actually a way around this limitation. The research, which was carried out by a team led by scientists from the University of Edinburgh, used computer simulations to study the existence of what has become known as a 'chain-melted state'. They found that if potassium is exposed to a high enough pressure and temperature, its atoms will form a solid lattice structure that contains a second set of potassium atoms in a fluid arrangement. It is believed that half a dozen different elements can achieve this state under the right conditions. "Potassium is one of the simplest metals we know, yet if you squeeze it, it forms very complicated structures," said study lead author Dr. Andreas Hermann. "We have shown that this unusual but stable state is part solid and part liquid." "Recreating this unusual state in other materials could have all kinds of applications." Full article here: https://phys.org/news/2019-04-elements-solid-liquid-reveals.html
  11. Happy Birthday to every CMP member!
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    Forgotten Hope 2 News - Hush

    Hush Posted by: Eat Uranium 07.04.2019 18:00 GMT Hello and welcome back to another Forgotten Hope 2 update. Today we have a render of an interesting revolver that was both advanced and already obsolete when it was introduced: the Nagant M1895. The Nagant brothers were well known in the imperial Russian court due to their role in the development of the Mosin Nagant rifles. In the 1890s, the Tsarist army was looking for a replacement to their ageing Smith and Wesson Model 3s, and the design by Léon Nagant was adopted in 1895. The Nagant is a gate loaded revolver, a conservative choice in a period of top breaking and swing out cylinders. Unusually, the cylinder is cammed forward before each shot, allowing the brass cartridge to form a gas seal with the barrel. This was felt to be important, as it allows for an increase in muzzle velocity, it however had an unintended side effect of allowing the Nagant to be suppressed. In the early 1930s, the Mitin brothers developed an expansion type suppressor using nine 8mm thick rubber seals to capture the gas behind the bullet. It was clamped over the end of the barrel and required the use of special ammunition with pointed bullets due to the rubber seals. A similar design would later be developed for the Mosin Nagant rifle. Many of these suppressors were used by partisans behind German lines. The Nagant M1895 was produced all the way from 1896 through to 1945. Intended to be replaced by the Tokarev pistol, it was put back into major scale production during the War. Ours was made by Ashton and RedRogueXIII. Additionally, before we go, we just have time for a video produced by Mayhemic.MAD that shows a visualisation of the SVN used for FH2 development as the years have gone by.
  13. Best: Playing in BF1942 engine again. Best2: Numbers. We were able to reach +44 players this battle. Well done everyone. Worst: My skills at the game are still terrible. But they will improve. Funniest: Me killing myself several times with my own grenades Most hated player: No one Most loved/liked player: Everyone Best Battle Photo - https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/1928-best-battle-photo-medal/ Other: -
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    Happy Birthday

    Happy Birthday @Ensign_Steel
  15. Share your opinions about the battle. Replies are ok but no flaming, keep it clean! Copy and paste below: Best: - Worst: - Funniest: - Most hated player: - Most loved/liked player: - Best Battle Photo - https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/1928-best-battle-photo-medal/ Other: -
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    CMP Games Video Recordings

    Post here your game recordings of the games you play Either if its a FH2 battle or any other game Share them with the community
  17. Best: Playing BF1918 again Best:2 Numbers both side were great. Lets keep it going. Worst: Nothing Funniest: My bad skill at the game. Im getting old. Most hated player: No one Most loved/liked player: Everyone Best Battle Photo - https://cmp-gaming.com/topic/1928-best-battle-photo-medal/ Other: Thank you to everyone that join the battle. Next Saturday another battle. Tell your friends.
  18. Today is the day! Dont forget to join!
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    Happy Birthday

    Congratulations @truth_hun!
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    BF1918 Scrim #1 - Raid on Fort Pontisse

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