27 April 1915 - GAS! - The 3rd and 4th [gas] attacks took place on 26-27 April 1915 at Steenstrate-Lizerne, near Ieper, in which British, Sikhs and French were the victims. To the left of the Sikhs were French Colonial troops with essentially North Africans and at their right were the British. The Ferozepur Brigade, and the French colonial troops to the left of them, were the worst hit. More gas attacks followed on 27-29 April and 01-02 May 1915 and the victims were again British, Sikhs, Pathans, French and Algerians.

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All I want for my birthday is to get to 180!

Gonna be turning 21 in early May, and what I really want for my 21st is to get to 180. I’m currently 177, so if you’d like to help me reach my goal you can get me something off my food wishlist in exchange you can have various photosets or videos that are the equivalent to the amount you spent on me. I’m also going to be celebrating the anniversary of when I first started gaining in late June. So I’m having a sale in my clips shop, a lot of my videos now have a reduced price, and when you purchase one of my videos you’ll get a free photoset.

If I ramp up enough money from the sale in my clips shop I’ll release a special *free* public video and photoset to celebrate both my birthday and the anniversary of my gain.

  • “Custom Belly Inflation” was 10 dollars, now 7 dollars, 11 minute clip.
  • “Cherry Cake Stuffing, Burps, Hiccups, Pt. 1~” was 15 dollars, now 12 dollars, 14 min clip.
  • “Cherry Cake Stuffing, Pt. 2~” was 12 dollars, now 9 dollars 11 min clip.
  • “X-mas Dinner Stuffing!” was 9 dollars, now 7 dollars, 8 min clip.
  • “Pasta, Soda, Button Popping, & Burps!” was 14 dollars, now 12 dollars, 10 min clip.
  • “Rice + Juice, Belly Play, Burps” was 10 dollars, now 8 dollars, 11 min clip.
  • “2 Litre Soda Bloat, Burps, Stomach Noises” was 15 dollars, now 10 dollars, 12 minute clip.
  • “Soda Bloat, Burping, Hiccups” was 10 dollars, now 9 dollars, 12 min clip.
  • “Tummy Grumbles!”was 10 dollars, now 6 dollars, 7 minute clip.
  • “Eating My Boyfriend~” was 13 dollars, now 8 dollars, 9 minute clip.
  • “Belly Button Tormenting” was 10 dollars, now 8 dollars, 10 min clip.
  • “Belly Button Pump Action” was 10 dollars, now 6 dollars, 10 min clip.
  • “Measuring & Trying On Clothes” was 10 dollars, now 7 dollars, 7 min clip.
  • “Trying on Jeans” was 10 dollars, now 5 dollars, 10 min clip.

If you’d like to contact me please email me at: LittleGainer.Eve@gmail.com

Dangerous areas

The US Geological Survey has unveiled the first official report on the impact of oil and gas development on seismic activity. Scientists have identified 17 dangerous areas in eight states, and also stated that the man-made earthquake of such magnitude can reach 7 on the Richter scale - enough to destroy buildings.
Scientists have long known that the injection of fluid into underground wells is able to raise the pressure in the pores of plutonic rocks - it causes the last decisive blow to the faults. However, the sharp increase in the number of small earthquakes in the central states of the US in recent years has attracted special attention to this phenomenon. Amplification of seismic activity coincided with the beginning of the application of new methods for extracting oil and gas.
April 21, 2015 Geological Survey of Oklahoma acknowledged for the first time that the recent increase in tremors appeared not due to natural causes, but because of injection of waste water into the layers.

The Butterfly Nebula.

Though its wingspan covers over 3 light-years, NGC 6302 is no exception. With an estimated surface temperature of about 250,000 degrees C, the dying central star of this particular planetary nebula has become exceptionally hot, shining brightly in ultraviolet light but hidden from direct view by a dense torus of dust.

This sharp and colorful close-up of the dying star’s nebula was recorded in 2009 by the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3, installed during the final shuttle servicing mission. Cutting across a bright cavity of ionized gas, the dust torus surrounding the central star is near the center of this view, almost edge-on to the line-of-sight. Molecular hydrogen has been detected in the hot star’s dusty cosmic shroud. NGC 6302 lies about 4,000 light-years away in the arachnologically correct constellation of the Scorpion (Scorpius).

Image Credit: NASA/ESA/Hubble

Herbig Haro 110

Herbig Haro 110 is a Herbig-Haro object, a jet of gas thrown off by a young star. They are thought to result from a disk of dust accreting on to a newborn star. The dust is thrown off by the gravity of the star, usually in twin jets. These jets low in to colder clouds of dust and slow down, while more material piles up behind, creating bow shocks that heat up and glow.

HH 110 is unusual in that it does not appear to have a source star. It may in fact be created by another jet. HH 270 is a nearby jet, that may be deflected by an immovable cloud of dense, cold gas. It then disappears, then returns as HH 110.

Image and information from HubbleSite.