Among the highlights of her sharing, the blonde bombshell revealed how she first met Jason, that they want more children and that she is proud their son has a 'proper' English accent despite living in the US. … [Read more...] about Jason Statham joins a male friend as they go for a ride on their new $8,500 electric bikes in the Malibu Canyon
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To obtain a license, an applicant must first preexplore an area of 150,000 square kilometers. Once the preliminary prospection was complete, the ISA split each of these areas into two 75,000 square-kilometer units of roughly equal value, with the exploration rights for one staying with the ISA, which may assign these so-called reserved areas to developing countries, and the other staying with the exploration company. … [Read more...] about Your 2030 electric vehicle is parked on the bottom of the ocean
The relative quiet means specially composed music can accompany the races, with signature tunes for key events like the start and finish, overtaking, fan boosts and even crashes. “Crashes are a part of motor sport,” says Agag. “But the music will be more sad for them.” The low noise also means city-centre racing is possible, increasing the tension, says Sam Bird, one of Virgin Racing’s drivers. “The difference between a street circuit and conventional circuit is, if you make a mistake, you are in the barrier, not in a gravel trap or spinning onto extra tarmac.” … [Read more...] about Formula E: do the guilt-free thrills of electric car racing herald a new era for motor sport?
I rather marvel, now, at how gamely I sat down to embark on Nancy’s story. (“I’ll give it a year, and see what happens,” I told myself – I was still young enough, at 28, to feel I had enough spare years ahead of me that I could afford to lavish one of them on a project that might go nowhere.) I researched music halls, male impersonation and the oyster trade – though “research” is rather a grand term for what was, basically, reading a handful of library books; I’m much more rigorous with the details these days. But then, Tipping the Velvet was never intended to be a work of historical realism. Instead, it offers a 1990s-flavoured lesbian Victorian London, complete with its own clubs, pubs and fashions. It conjures up an antique lesbian lingo, using, or cheerfully misusing, some of the words and phrases – “toms”, “mashers”, “tipping the velvet” itself – that I’d come across in … [Read more...] about ‘It was an electric time to be gay’: Sarah Waters on 20 years of Tipping the Velvet
Greg Jackson, the firm’s chief executive, said: “If the UK doesn’t urgently embrace the small changes needed to enable a smart energy grid, the country could end up missing net zero targets, and footing a £40billion bill for infrastructure it doesn’t need.” … [Read more...] about You can get paid to use electricity in your own home over bank holiday weekend