Noah Kalina made an incredible 20-year projectTake a selfie every day with a neutral expressionThe result of the 20 years is part of a video The passage of time is something inevitable and influences all people. Changes in weight, wrinkles on the face, gray hair, there are many symptoms that may appear after the passing of the years. Showing how time affects a person is not easy to achieve, since the most recognized effects do not appear until several years have passed, however, the desire of an American artist motivated him to achieve it. Photographer Noah Kalina, from New York, made an incredible project for nothing more and nothing less than 20 years. During all this time, this artist dedicated himself to taking a photo of himself with a totally neutral facial expression, in order to show the world the great physical changes that occur over time.This project, whose author he dubbed “Everyday,” was the result of hard work and Noah’s perseverance over so many years. It began in January 2000 and although he already showed in previous years how his work was progressing, it was this week that he managed to reach 20 years in which every day he took a photo of himself. (embed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAIZ36GI4p8 (/ embed) Youtube Video This work has inspired many people to carry out the same type of project to show their own bodily changes. Some have decided to follow in the footsteps of Noah Kalina and simply see their own aging, while others have wanted to show others as a gender change. Comparative aging. Image: iStock
Jeep 2018-2022 Roadmap Reveals 8 PHEVs, Diesels Dead More Plug In Jeeps Jeep goes on to mention the these two Renegade and Compass PHEV models are going to feature a special instrument cluster and infotainment screen showing relevant details about the more eco-friendly nature of the two models, specifically about the hybrid setup. Aside from the obvious efficiency advantages enabled by electrification, the two promise to offer better acceleration and quicker engine response while further increasing the off-road abilities thanks to the electric motor’s instant torque.FCA has the two Jeeps on display at the Geneva Motor Show where Alfa Romeo is introducing the Tonale compact crossover concept while Fiat has the adorable Centoventi concept. Maserati is also attending the show to exhibit the Levante Trofeo Launch Edition while Ferrari has the new F8 Tributo. In the case of the smaller Renegade, combined output varies between 190 and 240 horsepower, which is enough for a sprint to 62 mph (100 kph) from a standstill in roughly seven seconds. Jeep says the Compass with its 240-hp maximum power offers similar performance, but the final numbers are pending homologation. Jeep Wrangler PHEV Production Inches Forward With New Announcement Thanks to an unspecified battery pack, the Renegade and Compass in the new PHEV flavor can travel solely on electric power for up to 31 miles (50 kilometers) before running out of juice. While you’re in electric mode, the two can hit a top speed of 81 mph (130 kph), but that will obviously drain the battery much faster. Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on March 5, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle News Jeep Yuntu Concept Is A 7-Seat PHEV SUV Both feature electrified all-wheel-drive systems.These might look like fairly regular versions of the Renegade and Compass, but these two Jeeps actually have an ace up their sleeves. The dynamic off-road duo utilizes a plug-in hybrid powertrain consisting of a turbocharged 1.3-liter gasoline engine working together with an electric motor. The combustion engine drives the front wheels whereas the electric motor powers the rear axle to enable an electrified all-wheel-drive system.