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Saturday, November 21, 2015

Nautilus Squadron Wins The Long Duration Mission's 7th Round. Possible Evidence of Multiple Universes Discovered. The Imaginarium.

Final Round 7 Score: 59.38

Hello Troops,
     Congratulations to Nautilus Squadron for winning the 7th round of the Long Duration Mission. Nautilus was 1.5 points away from a perfect score. It was an outstanding achievement by Captain MacKenzie and crew. As you can see in the photo above, the cost to the ship and crew was substantial. With hardly anyone left standing at the end of the round, the crew beat the clock to avoid a dreaded strike. All squadrons ended round 7 in very the much the same situation. 
     Here are the final scores for the round:

Scorpio Final Round 7 Score: 51.5
Prometheus Final Round 7 Score: 50.81
Phoenix Final Round 7 Score: 48.5
Kraken Final Round 7 Score: 46.5
The 8th and final round of the 2014-2015 Long Duration Mission started today with Prometheus Squadron. On behalf of the LDM staff, we wish all squadrons the best on their last mission.  It has been a wonderful and exciting year.  

Mr. Williamson

Evidence of Multiple Universes May Have Been Found

Troops, this is the kind of science we need to fuel our imaginations. Think of the mission possibilities!
We might just have found evidence of another universe bumping into planet Earth, a scientist has very tentatively suggested. While mapping the cosmic microwave background – the light left over from the early universe – Ranga-Ram Chary found a mysterious glow.Chary, a researcher at Planck's US data centre in California, was mapping CMB when he spotted the unexpected glow. In his paper, Spectral Variations of the Sky: Constraints on Alternate Universes, he said that while there is a 30% chance the fluctuations are nothing unusual, there is also the possibility they provide evidence of a multiverse."It could also possibly be due to the collision of our Universe with an alternate Universe whose baryon to photon ratio is a factor of around 65 larger than ours," he wrote.Read more at YahooNews

The Imaginarium

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