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  1. It won't launch for me. It launched and worked prior to the patch online. I'm getting an Entry Point Not Found error 'The procedure entry point ?init@?$basic_ios@DU?$char_traits@D@std@@@std@@IEAAXPEAV?$basic_streambuf@DU?$char_traits@D@std@@@2@_N@Z could not be located in the dynamic link library MSVCP90.dll.
  2. Thanks I was kind of a bit lost as to which airfields to look for next. Any suggestions or input is most welcome. BoBp is still an unknown quantity to some degree.
  3. I think mine was already activated automatically when I went to activate it. Maybe things have changed as far as activation requirements (or maybe that only applies to steam purchases...)
  4. It does seem like they did doesn't it ? Dodging import duties or taxes and applying for grants on false pretences I suspect...or just false advertising for promotional purposes ?
  5. Wow the 'missing link' as well ? That's really impressive !
  6. As far as pollution mapping/modelling and atmospheric or ocean conditions go, a really nice website to look at them is https://earth.nullschool.net/ Very worth checking out if you haven't seen it.
  7. Very nice. Is there a download for that ?
  8. They are anti-science rubbish with no supporting evidence. Your EU standards appear made up. EU Standard Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) 200 µg/m3 1 hour Limit value entered into force 1.1.2010 18 40 µg/m3 1 year Limit value entered into force 1.1.2010* http://ec.europa.eu/environment/air/quality/standards.htm " PM2.5 particles result from the burning of fossil fuels (such as coal), organic matter (including wood and grass) and most other materials, such as rubber and plastic. Motor vehicles, power plant emissions and bushfires are all major sources of fine particles. " "There are outdoor and indoor sources of fine particles. Outside, fine particles primarily come from car, truck, bus and off-road vehicle (e.g., construction equipment, snowmobile, locomotive) exhausts, other operations that involve the burning of fuels such as wood, heating oil or coal and natural sources such as forest and grass fires. Fine particles also form from the reaction of gases or droplets in the atmosphere from sources such as power plants. These chemical reactions can occur miles from the original source of the emissions. PM2.5 is also produced by common indoor activities. Some indoor sources of fine particles are tobacco smoke, cooking (e.g., frying, sautéing, and broiling), burning candles or oil lamps, and operating fireplaces and fuel-burning space heaters (e.g., kerosene heaters)." http://www.epa.vic.gov.au/your-environment/air/air-pollution/pm25-particles-in-air https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/indoors/air/pmq_a.htm You Have No Points.
  9. Aerosol particles of natural origin (such as windblown dust) tend to have a larger radius than human-produced aerosols such as particle pollution.[11] and people do die from them at times.... 'Because land is concentrated in the Northern Hemisphere, the amount of small aerosols from fires and human activities is greater there than in the Southern Hemisphere. Over land, patches of large-radius aerosols appear over deserts and arid regions, most prominently, the Sahara Desert in north Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, where dust storms are common. Places where human-triggered or natural fire activity is common (land-clearing fires in the Amazon from August–October, for example, or lightning-triggered fires in the forests of northern Canada in Northern Hemisphere summer) are dominated by smaller aerosols. Human-produced (fossil fuel) pollution is largely responsible for the areas of small aerosols over developed areas such as the eastern United States and Europe, especially in their summer. ' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Particulates#Size_distribution_of_particulates The primary sources indoors are combustion processes, such as unvented combustion appliances (e.g., gas stoves, vented appliances with defective installations, welding, and tobacco smoke). Outdoor sources, such as vehicles and lawn and garden equipment, also contribute to nitrogen oxide levels https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-08/documents/refguide_appendix_e.pdf Indoor Nitrogen Oxides https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/e5bb/ed9dff7e962f5539723e1b6dc904f174092c.pdf NOAA Study Shows Nitrous Oxide Now Top Ozone-Depleting Emission http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2009/20090827_ozone.html http://www.canberratimes.com.au/environment/weather/going-to-extremes-uv-radiation-is-on-the-way-up-20180307-p4z3cp.html There is no doubt human caused NOx pollution and ultra fine particulate pollution is bad.
  10. That could be misconstrued as support for fully automated luxury communism....
  11. So my old bet on March 18th/19th (depending on where you are) is still looking promising. I'm just not sure which would be a preferred day of the week for release....need more chicken entrails....
  12. I actually thought you meant mysterious big cat.... :/ There was a Matilda II for sale down the road here for several years but my partner said "NO TANKS IN THE BACK YARD"..... she has since admitted the error of her ways.... PS. Happy Women's Day !!
  13. As a kid I loved the probably stupid book "Up Periscope" that was also a movie but i don't think I ever saw. Which is why I like Silent hunter Wolves of the Pacific best...... SO CRUCIFY ME !!!
  14. Lothar-Günther Buchheim is the story of Das Boot really, his photographs and films as a Sonderführer in a propaganda unit of the Kriegsmarine in the Second World War. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lothar-Günther_Buchheim https://www.theguardian.com/news/2007/mar/05/guardianobituaries.germany https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/131496.U_Boat_War http://www.fotocommunity.de/photo/1943-lothar-guenther-buchheim-manfred-bach/30577352
  15. Would you believe I gave my copy away.... :/ pretty well gave us Jamie Lee Curtiss ...now that was worth it...
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