Monday, February 11, 2013

Tesla Falls After N.Y. Times Model S Test-Drive - Bloomberg
Tesla’s website says the range of the car’s almost 1,000-pound (454-kilogram) lithium-ion battery pack is well below the 300-mile level at highway speeds above 55 miles an hour and when the heating or cooling system is used.
Consumer Reports takes delivery of its own Tesla Model S
The car starts at $57,400 with the base 40 kWh battery. Each battery step-up (to 60 and 85 kWh) is a $10,000 option so with the battery we chose it's a $20,000 upgrade. Other options add up quickly, so with the tan Nappa leather, large sunroof, and air suspension (which is on all early builds) our total sticker price came to $89,650. Electric cars are more expensive than comparable conventional cars
Northeast digs out: New worry is roofs collapsing - Chico Enterprise Record
The storm that slammed into the region with up to 3 feet of snow was blamed for at least 15 deaths in the Northeast and Canada, and brought some of the highest accumulations ever recorded.
Canadian Doctors Urged to Fight Climate Change | Climate Central
Nobody is expecting an immediate rush by doctors to become climate crusaders, of course
Twitter / gregladen: Science and Science ...
Science and Science Communication: Self Correcting Climate Alarmists Find, Correct, Error
Twitter / MichaelEMann: Looking forward to #AAAS13 ...
Looking forward to #AAAS13 in Boston later this week (assuming the city is excavated by then)...

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