Just a couple months ago, funk fools descended on the St. Augustine Amphitheatre for the first-ever Fool’s Paradise. Hosted by Lettuce, the festival featured sets from GRiZ, Nth Power, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue and, of course, Vulfpeck.The funk darlings brought out some special guests throughout their main stage set, including collaborating vocalist Antwaun Stanley and festival artist-at-large, Snarky Puppy keyboardist Cory Henry. The collaborations culminated in an all-star jam on the song “I Wish” by Stevie Wonder, letting loose for a crazy session for all to witness. As Vulfpeck continues to gain popularity, funk faithfuls can claim they saw it first at Fool’s Paradise 2016.Fortunately, the L4LM hosted festival has some exciting pro-shot footage of this jam to share. You can watch it all go down below, courtesy of John Peckham and Fool’s Paradise.More footage of audio of Vulfpeck’s two sets at Fool’s Paradise can be found here! Enjoy it, Funk Fools.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The National:The Scottish government is to commit £100 million to developing hydrogen as a greener form of power. Industry bosses said Scotland had the opportunity to be a “leading hydrogen nation” – with ministers pledging to invest the cash over five years.The funding was announced as ministers set the target of Scotland producing 5GW (gigawatts) of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen by 2030 – enough to power the equivalent of 1.8 million homes. This could then be increased to “at least 25GW by 2045”, according to a new Scottish Government policy paper.Ministers will set out more detail about how this could be achieved in a hydrogen action plan, to be published next year. The UK government will also produce its own hydrogen strategy in 2021, with ministers there having similarly set the target of 5GW of low-carbon hydrogen by 2030.Ahead of next year’s action plan, the Scottish government published a policy statement setting out how developing hydrogen capacity could help with both meeting emission reductions targets and in “generating new economic opportunities in Scotland”.Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse said Scotland was the first country in the UK to publish a hydrogen policy statement that “sets out how we can make the most of Scotland’s massive potential in this new sector.“Indeed, Scotland is one of the best-placed nations anywhere in the world to develop competitively priced hydrogen for our own economy’s needs and to generate a surplus in supply to export to other European nations with emerging demand but insufficient supply to meet their own needs.”[Richard Mason]More: Scottish government pledges £100m to help develop hydrogen power Scotland earmarks £100 million for green hydrogen development efforts
Nov 30, 2004 (CIDRAP News) – The World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) top official in the western Pacific said yesterday that SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) cases may return this winter but probably not in large numbers.”I don’t think a large outbreak is likely,” Dr. Shigeru Omi, director of the WHO’s Western Pacific Regional Office, said in a speech in Hong Kong. Omi was quoted in a WHO news release.Omi said Asia is much better prepared for infectious diseases than it was a year ago. But he added that the SARS virus is almost certainly still circulating in animals in southern China and will continue to be a threat as long as it is present.Omi praised Hong Kong for its handling of the large SARS outbreak there in 2003. Saying the world owes the city a large debt, he added, “What was learned here was passed on to health authorities around the world. That way the global community benefited from Hong Kong’s skills and hard work.”He also said the threat of an influenza pandemic with possible “catastrophic consequences” has displaced SARS as the WHO’s main concern. Because of the risk that the avian influenza virus circulating in poultry in Asia will evolve into a form that could easily spread among people, he said, “We believe that the world is closer now than at any time in recent years to an influenza pandemic.”Only a handful of SARS cases occurred last winter and spring, including four in southern China’s Guangdong province in January and nine more in Beijing and the Anhui province of China in April. The WHO counted 8,096 cases worldwide, 774 of them fatal, in the initial SARS outbreaks from November 2002 through July 2003.
435-Mile BMW Vision iNext CUV Spotted Boarding Airplane: Video Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on September 16, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News “Sales of BMW i, BMW iPerformance and MINI Electric vehicles continue to grow around the world. In August, global BMW i sales were up 30.0%, BMW iPerformance increased deliveries by 77.2% and MINI Electric sales grew 51.4%. The share of electrified as a proportion of overall BMW Group sales also continues to increase: in August 2018, electrified vehicles accounted for almost 7% of global BMW and MINI sales, compared with just over 4% in the same month last year.” U.S. BMW Plug-In Electric Car Sales Up In August New 2020 BMW X5 xDrive45e To Boast 50 Miles Of Electric Range Every 15th car sold by BMW/MINI was a plug-in last month on the global level.BMW Group is consistently increasing sales of plug-in electric models and in August delivered 11,669 units, which is 62.3% more a than year ago.The most important part is that plug-ins now account for 6.74% of total volume (a new record) for the month and 5.2% for the eight-month period thus far in 2018.BMW news BMW i + BMW iPerformance + MINI PHEV sales worldwide – August 2018 BMW i + BMW iPerformance + MINI PHEV sales worldwide – August 2018With 82,977 (+43.3%) sales so far this year, BMW Group remains on track for goal of 140,000 in 2018.Pieter Nota, BMW AG Management Board member responsible for Sales and Brand BMW said:“These figures mean we are well on track to achieve our target of 140,000 electrified deliveries this year, and customer demand continues to grow. In Norway, we’ve just launched a pilot project to pre-order the BMW iX3, which is due to start production in 2020, via an app. Within less than two weeks, around 1,000 Norwegian customers have already registered, including paying a €1,600 deposit on the first-ever pure-electric BMW core model,”. Source: Electric Vehicle News