It was that message, the traveling chainsaw artist explained, that made him an unlikely supporter of the Manhattan billionaire.'I'm not going to spend much time critiquing the vessel of the message,' Cox told The Washington Post.
'It's the message I'm interested in.'He also says that despite the image of bikers as white supremacists, Bikers for Trump is a multiracial group that pushes for 'racial reconciliation'.
Professor Brian Cox, pictured left, explained to an audience at the British Science Festival that time travel is possible, based on Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity.
In theory, if technology was developed that could transport large objects close to the speed of light, humans could travel like Doctor Who in his tardis, right Cox told the audience that Einstein's Theory of Special Relatively states to travel forward in time, an object needs to reach speeds close to the speed of light.
'I'm optimistic that when Donald Trump sees it, he'll be for it.'Cox has met Trump a number of times before - and says that the President-elect even called him to thank him for his organizing efforts. 'I didn't want to bog him down with anything unrelated,' he explained.
'It was a matter-of-fact conversation that I would have with my friends.
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In papers filed in the latest round of their court battle, Lockwood slammed Presley for putting more focus on damaging his reputation than protecting their two 8-year-old girls.
There hadn't been many female rock stars by 1960; many of the big names of the day (Connie Francis, Brenda Lee) were essentially singing pop with a few rock-like nods to teen society thrown in.
During the Sixties and early Seventies, several females in different areas of the industry stood against the norms of society in order to be true to themselves.