Michael Krewson

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  1. Fisherman Jessie Peek claims that seeing the majestic birds up close is “just another day in Alaska.” If you don’t believe him, watch how he gets a bunch of bald eagles to flock right to his feet…
  2. I read somewhere that they practice this thinking it is actually a cure for erectile dysfunction. Ouch! The cure is worse than the disease.
  3. Dubai police have summoned a Russian model who posed for a video while dangling from a skyscraper to sign a pledge not to put her life in danger again, a local newspaper reported on Saturday. A video of the model, identified by local media as 23-year-old Viktoria Odintcova, went viral after she posted it on her Instagram account earlier in the week. It shows her stepping off a girder at the top of Dubai's 73-storey Cayan Tower and dangling in the void, held only by a man gripping her hand.
  4. Good Sunday morning to everyone... I am enjoying a Starbuck's white chocolate mocha and their new Ham & Cheese croissant (which is scrumptious!)

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    mmmmm

    1. Queen Esther

      Queen Esther

      hmmm....  but only ONE croissant ? :)  Looking very tasty, yes ! I like Ham & Cheese too :P And the white chocolate mocha  - seems a French /American  Breakfast...  Good enjoying, ja !

  5. Wooden cottage in Montana, by Locati Architects. Via
  6. Unknown artist painting a picture of the ruins of San Francisco’s City Hall after the earthquake and fire of 1906. Via
  7. More than 10,000 athletes, both amateurs and professionals skied 10 kilometer (6.2 miles) along with 1.5 million people who took part in the sports festival all over the country. Russian Sports Minister, Pavel Kolobkov, announced at the start to the race, that the age of participants varied from three to 90 years.
  8. 1,000 drones took off to light up the night sky of the traditional Lantern Festival in Guangzhou, China. The drones flew in various formations such as Chinese characters of ‘Blessing,’ ’Lantern Festival,’ and the map of China. The performance set a Guinness World Record with the biggest number of drones involved, according to CCTV news.
  9. So from the proof above the Tesla community at large should be expecting the charging solar roof as an option and maybe not available for the first batch of delivery which is expected in mid 2017. The solar charging roof would produce more than 5 kWh of energy to charge Model 3 while running or stationary in an open parking space. This would only be achievable if the Solar roof is a retractable hard top. That is going to be one hell of an option for the Model 3 owners who want to go long drives and also for people staying in offices all day to have some FREE charging from Mother Nature.
  10. Huge Open Kitchen Via
  11. There's no place like no dome
  12. The Tesla Model S, a large luxury sedan, earns good ratings in all IIHS crashworthiness evaluations except the challenging small overlap front crash test, in which it earns an acceptable rating. Despite lengthening the side curtain airbags to improve small overlap protection in the Model S, Tesla ran into problems in the test when the safety belt allowed the dummy’s torso to move too far forward. That allowed the dummy’s head to hit the steering wheel hard through the airbag. Measurements from the dummy indicated that injuries to the head, along with the lower right leg, would be possible in a real-world crash of the same severity. The ratings for the Model S apply to 2016 and 2017 cars built after October 2016. Tesla says it made a production change on Jan. 23 to address the head-contact problem, and IIHS will test the updated vehicle for small overlap protection as soon as it can be delivered.
  13. As it turns out, Tesla, and its battery partner Panasonic, started production of cells for qualification at the plant in December, but today, it confirmed the start of “mass production” of the new battery cell, which will enable several of Tesla’s new products, including the Model 3. The new cell is called ‘2170’ because it’s 21mm by 70mm. It’s thicker and taller than the previous cell that Tesla developed with Panasonic, which was in an ‘18650’ cell format.Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been boasting about the new cell over the past few month. He said that it’s the “highest energy density cell in the world and also the cheapest”.
  14. This is now the latest sport I can see myself trying....
  15. And in case you ever lose your stuff.....