How do you like that, Elon Musk? Wireless gas stations are now available in Russia!
In Russia, a women driving an old Niva car has been spotted fillip up the tank with a wireless charger. Or maybe a Bluetooth charger. Either way, once Elon Musk will this video, he will definitely get jealous.
The video has gone viral on the internet and people are starting to make funny comments.
User EHOT59 wrote: This is called the "break" of the pistol ... the operator hung the pistol on the column with the sign "No Gas" but forgot (or maybe got lazy) to lock it or the key-lock itself was broken. Waiting for the arrival of a mechanic to repair the bursting clutch
Another user swell84 wrote: most importantly, she paid for the gas :) everything else doesn't matter :))) And by the way the most important thing is that she wears a mask :)
User Kigo also wrote: you don't understand, the tab tag is stuck with the Wi-Fi icon, which means it is refueling via the Wi-Fi
User RURANI: A very convenient system, by the way. The refueling nozzle can be taken with you and refueled as needed anywhere.
Timurus: And they said that coronavirus only affects the lungs ...
The reaction of Elon Musk when he is watching this video:
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The village is located in the northernmost part of the Arkhangelsk region and is regularly raided by wild animals. Often these are polar bears who occupy landfills and even enter houses.
"Belushya Lipa" is called the village.
It is a small military town with 2,500 inhabitants. Located on Novaya Zemlya (about 1800 km from Moscow), near the habitat of polar bears.
The problem is that these aggressive predators are listed in the Red Book and you cannot get rid of them by force. According to the Wildlife Fund, their population on the planet now numbers only 22,000 - 31,000 individuals.
They are not afraid of anything. They calmly enter buildings and look into the windows, - say local residents.
On footage from the Internet, you can observe how groups of 20-30 animals swarm around in garbage dumps near residential buildings. Unfortunately, such a neighborhood is fraught with human health.
All of this is due to climate change. The ice melts and forces animals to move around the area in search of food. People and predators are increasingly meeting each other.
Local leaders regularly declare a state of emergency and advise people to stay at home if predators approach the village.
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