Thanks to the hard work and great efforts of our friends at National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, 7 new zone planets have been discovered. Furthermore, studies have shown that said planets appear to be similar in nature to our Planet Earth; with very high probability of human survival upon them.
“This illustration shows the possible surface of TRAPPIST-1f, one of the newly discovered planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system” (NASA). Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Here at Abstergo’s Future Technologies Division, plans were already drafted on the possibility of traveling 40 light years away from Planet Earth, around 235 trillion miles, in order to conduct research and studies on one of the planets.
The head of Abstergo’s Future Technologies Division, Mr. Otto Schmidt had the following to say.
“We are proud to announce that thanks to the constant developments of Abstergo’s R&D teams, FTD teams, Lineage Research and Acquisition teams as well as the Animus and Helix teams, we are that much closer to expand our research beyond our Planet Mars and onto TRAPPIST-1f”.
“We look forward to ushering the new dawn of humanity and the future of humans for thousands of eras to come”.
For more information on TRAPPIST-1f and the TRAPPOST-1 System, please feel free to click here to be redirected to the press release by our friends at NASA!
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Since the Creative Submissions project was initiated over a year ago, we’ve had a nice, small quantity of submissions. After going through our submissions today, we decided that one of these takes the cake.
Caitlin has been a supporter of this website for over 2 years; ever since the 21st of October, 2012. She excelled in her creativity and was recruited into Team Epsilon. Caitlin’s artistic and creative skills have been noticed by us and by many others as well. We hope to continue to see her shine within Abstergo and within our world as a whole.
Submission Number: A00000020
Created By: Caitlin
Submission Date: 21st of January, 2015
Title of Work: “Sketches found in back of school book”
Social Media: Tumblr
To all of our dear readers that have been following on Epsilon’s Missions, we are pleased to announce that the latest mission titled “The Tower” has been released. We hope to provide you with continuous entertainment as you read and watch the story and life of Epsilon Team develop and grow.
To all of our female subjects, clients, readers and awesome members of our society, we wish to wish you all an awesome and happy Woman’s International Day from Abstergo!
Hello and thank you to all of you amazing people out there!
We wanted to start a new trend with you all and that trend is the annual report of Abstergo.org that we will hopefully be releasing every year. We want you all to know how big of a community we are and how much we appreciate you taking the time and visiting our website, posting comments and joining us by role-playing.
With out further stalling, here is the annual report of our 2014 activity.
May this new year be an even more successful year and a greater joy for us all.
To the entire world today, Abstergo wants to wish you all a great Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. May all your lives be filled with joy and happiness and your stockings be filled with many presents.
Effective as of Monday, 3rd of March 2014, Ms. Melanie Lemay was promoted by Mr. Alan Rikkin to become the new Chief Creative Officer of Abstergo Entertainment.
During her first 9 months, she managed to successfully get Helix out to the market ahead of schedule, increase employee productivity and efficiency by 18% as well as come up and aid in the development of grand projects to come in the future.
“A fair, cheerful and amiable woman, Melanie was quite good-natured and genuinely cared for those working under her. She argued several times with Olivier Garneau about the pressure that Abstergo Industries had put on them” — An Abstergo Entertainment Employee.
“She often became genuinely concerned when any of her employees were subjected to harm or duress, as demonstrated when the newly recruited research analyst ran into trouble in several instances” — An Abstergo Entertainment Employee.
“Melanie is great to work with. She has offered tremendous help to our Future Technologies Division via very creative and innovative technological concepts and very vital genetic and historic research data. She is truly great” — Otto Schmidt, Head of The Future Technologies Division
We would like to thank you Ms. Lemay for all of your hard work and dedication to Abstergo. We hope to keep seeing more great work from you.
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