Technology | Related: Tech, Environment, China, Global Energy News In coal-powered China, electric car surge fuels fear of worsening smog BEIJING | By Jake Spring A customer checks a BYD e6 electric car at a dealership in Beijing, China, in this December 9, 2015 file picture. Reuters/Jason Lee/Files Automakers’ latest projections… Continue reading Test, using billions of people, proves that TESLA CARS destroy the environment
Why Tesla’s Are For “Assholes”: 1. Your tax dollars were stolen in order to make Tesla Motors, as part of a political financing kick-back scam (See for yourself at the links below:) 2. They were forged in criminal corruption, so anybody who drives a Tesla must be either ignorant,… Continue reading WHY TESLA CARS ARE FOR “ASSHOLES”
The Tesla Patent Giveaway SMOKE SCREEN! Tesla has announced that they are giving their patents away, patents which state, in no uncertain terms, that their batteries can “kill you”, “burn you and your family”, “set your house on fire”, “set your office or parking structure on fire” (Not to mention the cancer-causing fumes they release).… Continue reading The Tesla Patent Giveaway SMOKE SCREEN!
AN OPEN LETTER TO TESLA MOTORS: (Public Response Required!) Elon Musk CEO Tesla Motors 3500 Deer Creek Palo Alto, CA 94304 (650) 681-5000 2/28/14 Dear Mr. Musk and The Tesla Board of Directors: Recently; Numerous ex-Tesla staff and contractors, former suppliers, federal investigators, investigative reporters, investors and ex-partners of Tesla Motors have provided facts about… Continue reading AN OPEN LETTER TO TESLA MOTORS: (Public Response Required!)
Ex-Energy Secretary Chu: Our green-energy loans were “more successful than Wall Street” posted on June 10, 2013 by Erika Johnsen The Department of Energy is currently hanging back somewhat with issuing new government (i.e., taxpayer)-backed loans to what federal bureaucrats so augustly deem to be promising green-energy companies through its several loan programs — you’ll… Continue reading Steven Chu lives in Fantasy World. Publicly states the kickback scheme that got him his Stanford job as part of his payoff was not failed