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Mateo Bring Alot of Passion To The Stage on Got Talent France 2021 | Got Talent Global Videos

Watch MATEO TURBELIN on Got Talent France 2021, as he wows the judges with his amazing talent using the Diabolo. What did you think about his audition?? Let us know in the comments below...▶︎ Watch more Got Talent Global videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-z5mbZ-yCI&list=PLF-BDTAHX0p5xf2caJw3l9oPmuHI0PJRA▶︎ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gottalentglobal ▶︎ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gottalentglobal ▶︎ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gottalentglobal ▶︎ Subscribe to Got Talent Global: http://bit.ly/GotTalent_SubGot Talent Global brings together the very best in worldwide talent, creating a central hub for fans of the show to keep up to date with the other sensational performances from around the world.#Diabolo #Audition #GotTalent

Xiaomi’s upcoming EV factory will make up to 300,000 cars per year Breaking News

Xiaomi only announced its electric car plans in March, but it already has grand ambitions. According to Reuters, the economic development agency Beijing E-Town has confirmed that Xiaomi will build an EV factory in the city capable of producing up to 300,000 vehicles per year. The plant will be built in two phases and should start mass production in 2024.

The company will also set up its EV headquarters, research and sales divisions in Beijing, the agency said. Xiaomi already plans to use its retail stores to help sell cars.

There are still many unknowns for Xiaomi’s car strategy, including the initial models and international expansion. The successful tech brand expects to invest the equivalent of $10 billion in the EV division over 10 years, but hasn’t shared much detail beyond that. The Beijing factory says more — it suggests Xiaomi intends to become a mainstream (if initially small) EV manufacturer that competes not just with Chinese rivals like Nio and Xpeng, but significant foreign automakers like Tesla.

Tesla Hikes Prices Amid Supply Chain Challenges, XPeng Impresses With Q3, Rivian Sounds Out R13 Delay, LA Auto Show And More Breaking News

EV stocks were mostly lower in the holiday-shortened week ending Nov. 26, with much of the weakness attributed to the late-week across-the-market sell-off due to fears over a “more serious” COVID-19 variant strain originating in South Africa.

U.S.-listed Chinese EV startups however, managed to carve out gains for the week.

Tesla: More Price Hikes, ARK’s Continued Selling, Model S Plaid To Come To China: Supply chain shocks led Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) to raise prices of its vehicles yet again. The company increased prices of rear-wheel-drive Model 3 and Model Y in China, while it also announced an increase in the prices for both vehicles in Canada.

The price hikes were reportedly intended to bring about an equilibrium in the demand-supply scenario, which was skewing in favor of the former due to component and chip shortages.

Cathie Wood’s Ark Invest continued to offload positions in Tesla shares this week. Until Wednesday, funds managed by Ark liquidated 317,272 shares in the company. Wood had previously said selling Tesla shares meant trimming positions for one purpose or another, and not complete liquidation.

Musk confirmed through a tweet this week that …

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SHOPPER Bean | Mr Bean Cartoon Season 1 | Full Episodes | Mr Bean Official Videos

Nipping to the shops for a few provisions becomes a nightmare when a mile-long shopping list from his landlady and a clapped out trolley with a wonky wheel conspire to ruin his day. Subscribing to the theory that bigger is better, he constructs his own shopping trolley incorporating a petrol mower, pram wheels and an extra pair of hydraulic hands.Stay tuned: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkAGrHCLFmlK3H2kd6isipg?sub_confirmation=1Welcome to the official Mr Bean Channel. Here you will find all of your favourite Mr Bean moments from the classic series with Rowan Atkinson and his new animated adventures. Make sure to subscribe and never miss a Full Episode of Mr Bean, or Mr Bean Compilations and clips as well as originals including Mr Bean Comics.To find out more about Mr Bean visit: Mr Bean on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/mrbean Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/mrbeanMore Mr. Bean https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC1EDzqtkrh_Zj67UUTZZmRfrgqwyZNlW

How to turn your social profiles into hubs for charity Breaking News

There’s no denying the power of a skyrocketing social media post — millions of likes, views, or shares later, and people have suddenly built a fanbase, or raised tens of thousands of dollars, or finally reconnected with a long lost friend. Social…

Trump’s Black Belt, $400k of Jack Daniels Spills Onto Highway: This Week’s News | The Tonight Show Videos

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Scientists used Mars’ ambient noise to map the planet’s subsurface layers Breaking News

NASA’s Mars InSight lander provided researchers with the data needed to give us our first detailed look at the red planet’s crust, mantle and core. That map doesn’t include any information on the structures nearer its surface, however, and we need that to be able to get a more complete picture of how the planet was formed. Now, a team of scientists was able to create the first detailed image of what lies right underneath the planet’s surface, showing three billion years of its history, by listening to Martian winds.

More precisely, they analyzed the ambient noise (in the absence of marsquakes) collected by the seismometer that was installed by the InSight lander. On Earth, that kind of ambient seismic noise is generated by the ocean, human activity and winds, but only the last one is present on Mars. The Swiss Seismological Service (SED) and ETH Zurich have been regularly analyzing data collected by the seismometer as part of the Marsquake Service. Over the past years, SED was able to develop ways to analyze ambient noise data to define geological structures here on Earth, and those are the techniques they used on the data from InSight.

Based on the data the tool gathered, the top three meters of InSight’s landing site is made of sand, while the next 20 meters are loose material, particularly volcanic rock fissured by meteorite impacts. Underneath that sand and rock lie lava flows divided by sediments that formed when the planet experienced cold and dry conditions. Researchers believe the uppermost lava flows were deposited around 1.7 billion years ago, while the deepest ones were deposited as far back as 3.6 billion years ago at a time when there was a lot more volcanic activity on the planet.

The researchers recently published their study in Nature, and one of the things they emphasized is that it proves techniques to investigate our planet can also work on Mars. Other methods used to know more about Earth could also give us more information about the red planet, which may one day become humanity’s second home.