Fuelled by the increased interest in personal electronics and electric vehicles, the boom in #Lithium demand is big news. Read about where we extract it, what it s used for, bottlenecks in the Lithium pipeline and potential UK resources in @flo_dem s latest post on the GeolSoc blog. #YearofResources https://blog.geolsoc.org.uk/2018/07/02/lithium-brines-batteries-and-bottlenecks/
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Did you know? The London Eye has 32 capsules (one for each of the city s 32 boroughs), but they re numbered from one to 33. Why? As with many buildings and other structures, there is no No. 13 capsule—whether the superstition about that number is warranted or not, the cars skip from 12 to 14. The operators of the Eye keep track of the celebrities who ve taken the most rides on the attraction: In the U.K., Kate Moss is the winner, with 25 spins. The American celebrity who holds that distinction is Jessica Alba, who s gone on the Eye a whopping 31 times.