Technology Tunnel Drilling Machines from Munich and Mosbach Flying to Elon Musks Competition
White House 'eager' for GOP counteroffer on infrastructure
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House said Monday that President Joe Biden is awaiting an infrastructure counteroffer from Senate Republicans after a core group of GOP negotiators rejected his latest $1.7 trillion proposal, leaving the fragile talks on a compromise at a standstill before a Memorial Day deadline. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the president is “eager to engage" and would welcome more talks with the senators. But she said the Republicans have “a ways more to go” to find common ground. Biden dropped $500 billion from his initial $2.3 trillion offer, and Psaki said the Republicans raised their $568 billion offer by about $50 billion.
Twelve Teams has approved "The Boring Company" for its drilling competition, two come from Germany. The Munich collect money and praise the name of the tonne machine machine. She also occurs against a snail.
"" is the competition of . Among the twelve participants to the final after Hawthorne in the Los Angeles district. Among them is the secondment of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), which calls . Also from Germany comes the group , which is composed of students of the Dual University of Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) in Mosbach and Ravensburg and the TU Darmstadt. Among other things, both occur against participants of the (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and the Swiss Federal University of Technology Zurich (ETH).
GOP senators ready $1T infrastructure counteroffer to Biden
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans revived negotiations Tuesday over President Joe Biden’s sweeping investment plan, preparing a $1 trillion infrastructure proposal that would be funded with COVID-19 relief money as a counteroffer to the White House ahead of a Memorial Day deadline toward a bipartisan deal. The Republicans said they would disclose details of the new offer by Thursday, sounding upbeat after both sides had panned other offers. At the White House, press secretary Jen Psaki declined to address the new plan, but said: "We expect this week to be a week of progress.
•of the opponent: The spotted vineyard snail
The task is to be a 30 Meter long tunnel with a diameter of 50 centimeters to drill. That should happen faster than the spotted vineyard snail can crawl - ie with more than three meters in the hour. The record of the snail is ten meters per hour. In addition to the fastest tunneling, the organizers have formulated two more victory conditions: In the next rating, participants must lay out the tunnel with a roadway. A remotely controlled car - of course in the form of a Teslas - will take the test track. As the last condition, the organizers have set the exact position of the exit. The Boring Company gives coordinates to participants, where the tunnel should end, and evaluates in the last step on how well they met.
EXPLAINER: The suspension of Arctic refuge drilling leases
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Decades-long political and legal battles over drilling in America’s largest wildlife refuge took another turn when the Biden administration suspended oil and gas leases in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The move Tuesday was a blow to oil and gas proponents, who came as close as they ever have to starting a drilling program after the refuge was expanded 40 years ago to include the oil-rich coastal plain. The refuge was nearly opened to drilling in 1995 until President Clinton vetoed a bill sent to him by Congress. Here is a look at the administration's decision and how it got there. DIDN’T BIDEN DO THIS ALREADY?Sort of.
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Managing Privacy SettingsTum Collects Money for Flight
The Team Tum Boring is currently on donation catching, because the 70-member team has shipped two containers to the US, must book flights for colleagues and dispose of travel and maintenance costs on site. A Kickstarter campaign explains the Mission of the Group and. In addition, you can purchase the package with a name engraving on the device and a Meet and GREET with the project managers. The packages start at ten euros. The top package for 8,500 euros enables the acquirer to name the tunnel boring machine, appropriate engravings are included in the price.
Rhineland-Palatinate offers Elon Musks Satellite Internet Starlink free of charge for the flood victims .
The flood disaster in Western and southern Germany has hit particularly Rhineland-Palatinate. In addition to roads and municipalities, which are in ruins, the Internet and mobile network is severely limited even days after the floods. The state now provides StarLink satellite dishes from Elon Musks Space company Spacex to provide citizens in the catastrophe area with fast and free internet. previously, twelve of satellite dishes have already been installed, reports the tech portal "T3n" .