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  • Has Tesla Solved The Road Trip Problem? [View article]
    Lithium ion battery warning: Critical public notice:

    Lithium ion batteries are blowing up, starting fires and, generally, destroying people’s homes, cars, electronics

    and physical health.

    Boeing was just ordered to stop flying the 787 Dreamliner because it's Lithium ion batteries are catching fire


    A group of silicon valley venture capitalists forced/leveraged the government to buy and pay for these specific

    batteries, that they have stock in, in order to benefit their profit margins. Other batteries don’t have these

    problems. They knew about this from day one but put greed ahead of safety.

    These links show vast sets of Fisker electric cars that burst into flames just because they GOT WET:

    There are vast sets of other links proving the point.

    Tesla Motors has filed a patent which states the following , THESE ARE TESLA MOTORS WORDS warning about a crisis,

    the level of which they never disclosed to the consumer:

    “Thermal runaway is of major concern since a single incident can lead to significant property damage and, in some

    circumstances, bodily harm or loss of life. When a battery undergoes thermal runaway, it typically emits a large

    quantity of smoke, jets of flaming liquid electrolyte, and sufficient heat to lead to the combustion and

    destruction of materials in close proximity to the cell. If the cell undergoing thermal runaway is surrounded by

    one or more additional cells as is typical in a battery pack, then a single thermal runaway event can quickly lead

    to the thermal runaway of multiple cells which, in turn, can lead to much more extensive collateral damage.

    Regardless of whether a single cell or multiple cells are undergoing this phenomenon, if the initial fire is not

    extinguished immediately, subsequent fires may be caused that dramatically expand the degree of property damage.

    For example, the thermal runaway of a battery within an unattended laptop will likely result in not only the

    destruction of the laptop, but also at least partial destruction of its surroundings, e.g., home, office, car,

    laboratory, etc. If the laptop is on-board an aircraft, for example within the cargo hold or a luggage

    compartment, the ensuing smoke and fire may lead to an emergency landing or, under more dire conditions, a crash

    landing. Similarly, the thermal runaway of one or more batteries within the battery pack of a hybrid or electric

    vehicle may destroy not only the car, but may lead to a car wreck if the car is being driven or the destruction of

    its surroundings if the car is parked.”


    This is Telsa’s own words in THEIR patent filing, (You can look it up online) saying that the risk is monumental.

    Tesla has 6800 batteries, any one of which can “go thermal” and start a chain reaction! If you look at all of the

    referenced YOUTUBE movies you will see how easy it is to set these things into danger mode.
    Imagine a car crash with a Tesla where these 6800 batteries get slammed all over and then exposed to rain, fire

    hose water, water on the roads, cooling system liquid.. OMG!! And then if, in that same accident the other car is

    a gasoline car… getting burned alive sounds “BAD”!

    Tesla and Fisker have only sold a few hundred cars, (thank god) because nobody but dicks want these overpriced

    richboy toys. A regular car company sells hundreds of thousands of cars per model. Every single Tesla or Fisker

    sold increases the likelihood of a burn up. Those burn-ups will affect the homes, cars and lives of the people

    next door who never even bought one.

    Go to and type into the search window:
    “Lithium ion explosion” or “lithium battery and water” or “lithium ion water” and any related derivation and you

    will hundreds of videos about how dangerous these batteries are.

    This article in the LA Times sheds more light of the horrors of Lithium Ion:

    Lithium Ion batteries “go thermal” in peoples pockets, in your notebook, especially in your Tesla and Fisker car

    and everywhere else. There are thousands and thousands of articles documenting this and there is a cover-up by the

    VC’s that fund these things to keep this fact out-of-sight.

    Making Lithium Ion batteries poisons the workers who make them. It is a dangerous product.
    Outlaw lithium ion batteries. Demand a recall.
    Jan 22 02:11 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The battery that caught fire on a Japan Airlines Boeing (BA) 787 in Boston earlier this month "did not exceed its designed voltage," the The National Transportation Safety Board says. That appears to be in contrast to the battery that malfunctioned on an ANA Dreamliner a week later, which may have been overcharged. The differing chain of events could complicate the attempts to understand the root cause of the problems and lengthen the time it takes to renew 787 flights. [View news story]
    Lithium ion batteries are far more dangerous than you are being told. Tesla and Boeing knew their batteries would blow up and never warned anybody, look here:
    Jan 21 07:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Tesla Solved The Road Trip Problem? [View article]
    This is timely: Lithium ion batteries are far more dangerous than you are being told. Tesla and Boeing knew their batteries would blow up and never warned anybody, look here:
    Jan 21 07:06 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment