I think he likes beer. Just look at an aardvark, that's a morning-after-the-night-before job if ever I saw one..
I think you needed a "BRB, door" or perhaps a @.;'0 no carrier in there somewhere.
Imagine if these things fell into the hands of tairsts, or pediofiddlers? Someone could lose an eye.
Always drive downhill.
Er, "average" is "mean". They are synonyms.
No they aren't.
Firstly, average is a blanket term for measures of central tendency.
Secondly, you forgot to specify which kind of mean.
Hydrogen's fine. To stop it leaking and floating off you just need to attach it to some carbon. Chains of 8 atoms are good, give or take a few.
Many high end restaurants do in fact grow part of their own produce
By "many" you mean "about three", and they're all within 200 yards of Google HQ, where you find the kind of people who'd spend thirty bucks on an ethically sourced sustainable cress sandwich.
Even with savings aside, this could really benefit Tesla because the battery market is driven by other industries with different needs.
I'm not going to say that an electron is an electron, and there are probably trade-offs to be made in designing for, say, peak power versus overall efficiency. But there are plenty of battery powered vehicles out there already, and I remain to be convinced that the Tesla needs something that isn't already there.
From Steve Jobs' will:
... and to Elon Musk I leave my reality distortion field
As soon as I posted I figured somebody would bring that up. I'm sure there are photographers out there that apply home-made collodion to glass plates themselves and people who raise their own sheep to make jerseys from.
Relevance to the discussion, and to anyone other than hipsters? Zero.
Will it be half, which is what you claimed higher up about batteries (admittedly in reply to some imbecile who thought it'd be a tenth)?
I think it's a pretty fair comparison.
Well you're wrong. A comparison should be like for like. The fact that you've owned both of them does not constitute fulfilment of that condition.
It's like claiming that New Zealand and Ivory Coast have the same murder rate because you've been to both and (sadly) didn't get killed.
i am curious how this factory will manufacture batteries more cheaply.
Because Elon Musk.
He's got what plants crave, judging from replies to my posts where I asked the same thing.
A battery company is quite happy if the market price of a battery remA battery company is quite happy if the market price of a battery remains high. An EV company wants it as low as possible.ains high. An EV company wants it as low as possible.
First question, is there only one battery company in the world?
Second question, what has price got to do with cost?
IN FACT, the amount of money I USED to spend in a month, just buying gas for my old car, is $80 less than the monthly lease payment on the Leaf (and of course, I knew this going in, which is why I did it).
That's not really the right comparison, is it? You should really be comparing it to running a similar-sized conventionally-powered car like a VW Golf.
As to depreciation, leasing can't make it disappear, it can only hide it or redistribute it.
You either let people keep what they build or you society will go backwards.
Doesn't that rather depend on whether the things they build are any good?