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Maeve (Thandie Newton) executed her escape plan — while Hector (Rodrigo Santoro) and Armistice (Ingrid Bolsø Berdal) executed … (RIP, Mister Necro-perv.) With help from Felix (Leonardo Nam), Maeve made her way out of the labyrinthine Delos complex and onto the train. But for another, the train left without her on it — while Maeve made the surprise decision to turn back in search of her daughter from a previous narrative. A whole new world Apart from its shocking final scene, the biggest WTF moment in the finale came as Maeve and her comrades escaped through the Westworld complex — and stumbled into the lab for another world that was decidedly non-West.Between the "SW" logo and the robots with katanas and kabutos, it appears that the Delos umbrella also includes an ancient Japan-themed park called Samurai World — and Lord knows how many others.The awe-inspiring performances by groups, like The Legions of Extraordinary Dancers (otherwise known as LXD and seen on Hulu) captivated the audience, brought light to the advent of the digital age, and were a testament to the talent and star power of top Asian American dance crews.
Leonardo Nam, known for his role in “He’s Not That Into You” with Drew Barrymore, assisted in interviewing guests for the CAPE You Tube channel and has his own twitter handle where he tweets dating advice.
Fuel sellers can lower the carbon by blending renewable biofuels into petroleum-based fuels; by selling hydrogen for fuel cell electric cars or by providing charging stations for battery-electric cars; and by reducing emissions from refineries and other production/distribution facilities that produce the fuels in the first place, among other innovations. Diesel fuel made from renewable sources (such as farm and food waste) reduced about 6,000 tons of greenhouse gases in 2011, rising to over 600,000 tons in just one quarter of 2017.
And automakers are responding to the availability of cleaner fuels, with BMW, VW, and Volvo announcing their entire fleets will be powered solely by clean fuels within the next decade.
He suggested we could make fuels cleaner in the same way we make cars cleaner and more efficient.
The so-called CAFÉ standard requires that automakers achieve a growing improvement in miles-per-gallon (mpg) averaged over all the cars they sell (so they can still sell gas-guzzling SUVs, but must also put fuel-efficient cars in the market to achieve a high mpg average across the fleet).