A blue whale skeleton forms the main exhibit at the Natural History Museum in London.
The Golden State Warriors had so much energy left after crushing the Cleveland Cavaliers, they partied their faces off all night long ... After the final buzzer, a bunch of the Warriors hit up Harlot Nightclub in San Fran -- where the guys partied with more than 0k in Moet & Chandon bubbly.
We're told the players and their friends ripped through 80 bottles of champagne in total -- including 2 custom 6 liter Moet & Chandon Nectar Rose bottles (they usually run about k each).
The museum said it had already stopped offering plastic straws to visitors and was looking at other ways to reduce the use of plastic at its sites.
The decision to commit to ending the sale of single use plastic water bottles at the museum's sites reflects concern from many scientists and environmentalists about the growing problem plastics poses in the oceans, the organisation said.
If a number of identical bottle molds are being used simultaneously, each mold would be assigned a number.
(If problems occur with the finished product, it can be easily ascertained which mold or mold section is at fault.) Numbers also serve other purposes, depending on the exact container and/or company being discussed. Some numbers (for instance, 3- or 4-digit numbers on the base of many British bottles) are catalog, inventory, style or design numbers assigned to a particular bottle shape.
The number (within a triangle with rounded corners) found on the bottom of plastic bottles is a code indicating the type of plastic the bottle is made of, and pertains to the subject of recycling) .
Always look very closely over the entire glass bottle or other container to make sure there is not some type of logo (emblem, trademark, initials, or just a letter) that might indicate the actual glass manufacturer.
A large percentage of bottles are marked with only a number, or numbers, on the base (or the heel), and the truth is that, in embossed in the glass.
Probably in the majority of cases, single digit numbers are mold numbers, merely serving to identify a particular mold, (or section/mold cavity in an automatic bottle manufacturing machine) that was used to form the bottle or other glass item.
Many whiskey bottles are seen with “D-numbers” on the bottom which are distillery identification codes.