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RAnDOOm

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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/
  2. Thank you @Spieler4 for the pictures
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    World Cup 2018 Football / Place your bets

    Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia / 2-0 Portugal Vs Morocco / 3-1 Iran Vs Spain / 0-4
  4. Black holes may not be quite what they seem Scientists have put forward the possibility that what we think of as a black hole may be something else entirely. Few cosmic phenomena remain as frightening and mysterious as black holes - regions of space in which the gravitational pull is so great that nothing, not even light itself, can escape. But while there is a great deal of evidence to support the idea that black holes exist, these intriguing stellar phenomena continue to pose a number of theoretical problems, leading some researchers to question whether our understanding of what black holes actually are is correct. One possibility that has been gaining traction recently is that black holes are actually wormholes - theoretical 'tunnels' through space that have been speculated about for years. What's more, a recent study has indicated that the gravitational waves produced by the collision of two wormholes would be very similar to those already picked up from the merging of two black holes. Future gravitational wave detectors should eventually be able to tell the difference between the two. "Now it's the time to take seriously the possibility that there are other objects which can be as massive and compact as black holes," said physicist Vitor Cardoso from the University of Lisbon. "This is one of the most exciting things we can do with gravitational waves." Full article here: https://www.livescience.com/62834-colliding-wormholes-gravitational-waves.html
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    E3 2018

    Cyberpunk for sure. I need another great single player experience. Last one was Zelda Breath of the Wild. And boy oh boy. That was and is one of the greatest games ever.
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    World Cup 2018 Football / Place your bets

    Everyone can join and try to guess. Alot of matches to be played. If you get to 2 right results , you are 1st already. 😀
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    World Cup 2018 Football / Place your bets

    Colombia vs Japan 3-1 Poland vs Senegal 1-0 Russia vs Egypt 2-1
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    A better place to live

    I would recommend Lisbon, but we are having a high influx of tourists/workers in the past 2 years. On a positive side there are alot of new job opportunities. On the negative side there are alot of people that are applying for them.
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    Happy Birthday

    Congrats @Ombustman !
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    World Cup 2018 Football / Place your bets

    Sweden Vs South Korea 2-1 Panama vs Belgium 0-4 Tunisia vs England 0-2
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    World Cup 2018 Football / Place your bets

    Peru vs Denmark / 1-1 Argentina vs Iceland 3-0 Croatia vs Nigeria 1-2
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    Fastest Supercomputer - Summit

    To keep Summit from overheating, more than 4,000 gallons of water pump through its cooling system every minute, according to Oak Ridge National Laboratory where the beast is housed. It's shiny, fast and ultrapowerful. But it's not the latest Alpha Romeo. A physics laboratory in Tennessee just unveiled Summit, likely to be named the world's speediest and smartest supercomputer. Perhaps most exciting for the U.S.? It's faster than China's. The supercomputer — which fills a server room the size of two tennis courts — can spit out answers to 200 quadrillion (or 200 with 15 zeros) calculations per second, or 200 petaflops, according to Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where the supercomputer resides. "If every person on Earth completed one calculation per second, it would take the world population 305 days to do what Summit can do in 1 second," according to an ORNL statement. Put another way, if one person were to run the calculations, hypothetically, it would take 2.3 trillion days, or 6.35 billion years. [9 Super-Cool Uses for Supercomputers] The former "world's fastest supercomputer," called Sunway TaihuLight, can perform 93,000 calculations a second (93 petaflops), while humming away inside China's National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi. Basically, unlike older computer chips, these chips are optimized for a special type of mathematical operation on matrices — or rectangles filled with numbers with rules for adding, subtracting and multiplying the different rows and columns. Computers equipped with AI programs often learn using so-called neural networks, which have several layers in which lower calculations feed into higher ones. And this process requires the heavy use of matrices. "This is a brand-new feature that has allowed us to break the exascale barrier," Jacobson said, referring to a processing speed that's over a billion billion calculations per second. In addition, Summit has loads of superfast memory (RAM) available on each of its nodes, where localized calculations can take place. "Each node on Summit has 512 Gb [gigabytes] of RAM and the network that communicates between nodes uses adaptive routing, and is thus incredibly fast, which helps us scale the calculation across all the nodes very efficiently," Jacobson said. So-called adaptive routing means Summit has some flexibility in how it runs calculations — sort of like networks of brain cells connected to synapses. And though pricey — a New York Times report puts the cost at $200 million — Summit could deliver big for science: The supercomputer is built to integrate artificial intelligence into its computing, which could make Summit a formidable foe in the battle for answers to some of the world's most complex mysteries. Full article here: https://www.livescience.com/62827-fastest-supercomputer.html
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    Can't find the green "join regeiment" button

    Some Axis regiments are closed to balance the numbers for the campaign. Can you see the button on the Allied side ?
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    Also, cannot find the green join regiment button anywhere...

    Some Axis regiments are closed to balance the numbers for the campaign. Can you see the button on the Allied side ?
  15. Scrim #2 will be played today.
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    Happy Birthday

    Congratulations @Hawk! ^^
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    World Cup 2018 Football / Place your bets

    Morocco vs Iran / 3-1 Portugal vs Spain / 2-2
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    World Cup 2018 Football / Place your bets

    Lets try to make a friendly betting game. Place your bets for the next 3 matches. Rules Guess who wins/draw +1 point Guess the exact result +3 points Standings @RAnDOOm Points= 5 @RayderPSG Points= 9 @Sir_Kowskoskey Points= 8 @eXHaLe Points= 5 @Mane_Goddard Points= 1 @Pr0z4c Points= 5 @Spieler4 Points= 7 @Erwin Points= 0 ______________________________
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    Happy Birthday

    Happy Birthday dude!
  20. Are we really the most intelligent beings to have lived on Earth ? Could there have been an advanced civilization on our planet long before mankind appeared on the scene ? It's an idea that has been debated for years, and while we typically assume that our civilization is the first and only to have existed on Earth, can we be sure that this is really the case ? "Now, I don't believe an industrial civilization existed on Earth before our own - I don't think there was a dinosaur civilization or a giant tree sloth civilization," said study co-author Adam Frank. "But the question of what one would look like if it did [exist] is important. How do you know there hasn't been one? The whole point of science is to ask a question and see where it leads." "That's the essence of what makes science so exciting." Finding evidence of such a civilization may be a lot more difficult than it sounds. The fraction of life that does get fossilized, even when it has been around for millions of years, is typically extremely small. Scientists also believe that if, for example, mankind disappeared overnight, it would take around four million years for all traces of our civilization to disappear from the planet's surface. Eventually, given enough time, it might be very difficult to find any sign that we were ever here at all. Full article: https://www.livescience.com/62338-intelligent-life-on-earth-before-humans.html
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    E3 2018

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    E3 2018

  23. Best: Forgotten Hope 2 Teamwork nights are back! Worst: Only being able to play half a round due to RL Other : Hopefully will be able to play more this upcoming Friday night.
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