Before the premiere, MTV will air The Challenge: Double Agents Declassified on Monday, December 7, which will provide an inside look at the season and the cast — including two returners who have since taken time off.Darrell Taylor, who was last seen on XXX: Dirty 30 in 2017, and Theresa Gonzalez, who most recently competed on The Challenge: Battle of the Exes II in 2015, are both back and ready to take home the cash prize.- Advertisement – In the words of C.T., let’s f–kin’ go! Season 36 of The Challenge has arrived. On Thursday, November 12, MTV announced the cast for The Challenge: Double Agents, set to premiere next month.In addition to 20 returning competitors, 10 rookies will be joining the season, which will return to a partner format. Filmed in Iceland, the 30 reality stars will compete “in a game of secrets, spies and lies for their share of one million dollars.”- Advertisement – This season is also introducing stars from other shows — and other walks of life — including Amber Borzotra from Big Brother 16, Gabby Allen from Love Island 3, Amber Martinez from Are You the One? 8, Mechie Harris from Ex on the Beach 3, former WWE star Lio Rush and former Olympian Lolo Jones.America’s Got Talent alum Joseph Allen, Ultimate Beastmaster star Nam Vo, Shipwrecked‘s Liv Jawando and Survivor winner Natalie Anderson will also compete.Scroll through the gallery below to meet the cast.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has conducted a chemical analyses of sulphides and manganese crusts from the Norwegian shelf and revealed that the sulphides contain a high content of copper, zinc and cobalt.The sulphis contains mostly contain iron, but also have a relatively high content of copper (up to 14 per cent in some samples), zinc (3 per cent) and cobalt (less than 1 per cent).These are important metals as society moves towards increasing electrification. They are also in demand from the industrial sector.The content of metals in sulphides and manganese crusts from the Norwegian shelf is higher than what is found in samples from other parts of the world.On the Norwegian continental shelf, it is a known fact that seabed minerals occur in the deeper parts of the Norwegian Sea.The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has been assigned the task of mapping the extent of such seabed minerals, and systematizing data from the collected samples. Several occurrences of sulphides and manganese crusts have been proven, most recently during the NPD’s voyage in the summer of 2018.The sulphides were found along the volcanic Mohns Ridge between Jan Mayen and Bjørnøya. Manganese crusts have been proven in several locations along the Vøring Spur and around Jan Mayen.The manganese crusts in the Norwegian Sea fall into two groups. One of these contains around double the amount of REE – Rare Earth Minerals, as compared with samples from the Pacific Ocean and the rest of the Atlantic Ocean.The other group has lower concentrations. Both groups contain substantially more lithium (20-80 times) and scandium (4-7 times). All of these elements are metals that are important in the green transition.
Georgia hopes this Sugar Bowl appearance goes better than the last one.The Bulldogs’ 2018 season finished with a decisive loss to Texas in which it trailed 28-7 early in the fourth quarter. This one will conclude with a Jan. 1 matchup against Baylor that figures to be a similarly difficult task. MORE: Georgia vs. Baylor odds, predictions, betting trendsWhat channel is Georgia vs. Baylor on today?TV channel (national): ESPNLive stream: WatchESPNGeorgia vs. Baylor is televised nationally on ESPN. Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge will call the game from the TV booth, and Holly Rowe will offer additional reporting from the sideline.What time does the Sugar Bowl start?Date: Wednesday, Jan. 1Start time: 8:45 p.m. ETThe Sugar Bowl meeting between Georgia and Baylor starts at 8:45 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Jan. 1. The Bulldogs are 4-0 all-time against the Bears, though the schools haven’t played one another since 1989.New Year’s 6 bowl scheduleSaturday, Dec. 28BowlTeamsCotton Bowl ClassicPenn State 53, Memphis 39Peach Bowl (CFP semifinal)LSU 63, Oklahoma 28Fiesta Bowl (CFP semifinal)Clemson 29, Ohio State 23Monday, Dec. 30BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVOrange BowlFlorida vs. Virginia8 p.m.ESPNWednesday, Jan. 1BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVRose Bowl GameWisconsin vs. Oregon5 p.m.ESPNSugar BowlGeorgia vs. Baylor8:45 p.m.ESPNMonday, Jan. 13BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVCollege Football Playoff championshipLSU vs. Clemson8 p.m.ESPN Like No. 5 Georgia (11-2), No. 7 Baylor (11-2) spent much of the year in the College Football Playoff discussion. Despite falling short of that destination, claiming the Sugar Bowl would mark a successful campaign for each team and a building block for the future.Here’s a guide to everything to need to watch the Sugar Bowl matchup between Georgia and Baylor, including start time, TV channels and a full New Year’s Six bowl schedule.