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boston745 boston745 32 minutes ago
Wow, the NTSB has not in fact determined a preliminary cause, nor did Professor Brickhouse who thinks dual engine failure at the last minute by seasoned pilots is remarkable, but you have with all your supposition. This after declaring that the NTSB ruled a preliminary cause of the accident when in fact it hadnt. You've already falsified evidence in the quote below, can you provide a link to the bulletin you're referencing but failed to provide upfront? If its the bulletin from 2009, then wouldnt the inspection that occurred in January not have inspected the rack and pinion mechanism as thats what it called for by the bulletin?
You claimed this:
The NTSB today ruled preliminary cause (accident # ERA24FA110) to be contaminated fuel and/or possible inadvertent shut off of the engines, via the throttle release handles.
Yet this was in fact the case:
The NTSB's preliminary report did not provide any details on how the aircraft lost both engines shortly before landing on an interstate road.

It just went through a maintenance inspection or certification in early January, so to have the dual engine failure at the end of the flight from Ohio to Florida is definitely remarkable," Professor Brickhouse said.

Investigators found both engines had thermal damage. NTSB also said fuel and oil filters were clean.
EM radiation can cause dual engine failures exactly like seen in this incident.

necessary to ensure adequate shielding of the underlying wiring from the electromagnetic effects of lightning strikes or high intensity radiated fields (HIRF), which could potentially lead to a dual engine power loss event from a critical lightning or HIRF exposure event

Quote Sources:
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173957694
https://simpleflying.com/bombardier-florida-highway-crash-ntsb-preliminary-report/
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/not-going-to-make-the-runway-oil-pressure-warning-alarmed-shortly-before-deadly-i-75-plane-crash/ar-BB1j2Xzg
https://simpleflying.com/faa-737-max-engine-covers/


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With the rise of self-driving car technology, it's possible that computer systems on these vehicles could malfunction due to cosmic rays. What if, during an automated trip, imagery from a camera mounted at the front of the car became corrupted and the on-board computer failed to spot a person walking out in front of the vehicle?
However, the research is yet to be published and he says he's not allowed to reveal what the starting level of accuracy was during the experiments.

Such interventions could make self-driving cars of the future safer but they wouldn't eliminate the possibility of a cosmic ray causing other problems. And this raises an interesting conundrum for insurers.

"In a world of fully autonomous vehicles, how can you prove the accident happened because of cosmic rays?" says Rech. "That is very challenging. I mean, it's impossible, by definition." In ambiguous cases, disputes over whether a human or technology manufacturer – or space weather – was at fault might be difficult to resolve
Impossible to prove but can and does happen. Can even be emulated in a lab setting.

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20221011-how-space-weather-causes-computer-errors

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Tesla Drivers Have the Highest Crash Rate of Any Brand: Study
Tesla led all automakers with 23.54 crashes per 1,000 drivers in the past year.

https://www.thedrive.com/news/tesla-drivers-have-the-highest-crash-rate-of-any-brand-study

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Tesla goes out of control hitting a hydrant and tree, burns its occupants alive as their friends try desperately to get them out.
It was learned that a speeding Tesla crashed into a fire hydrant at Macarthur Boulevard and Grant Lane Road in Tracy at 9.45pm on Friday night, then crashed into a tree and burst into flames.Behind their car, their other friends were coming in another car, who tried hard to save their friends, but the car got locked and they could not do anything because of the flames.
https://web.archive.org/web/20230711004703/https://irshadgul.com/two-indian-youths-died-in-the-accident-in-tracy-usa-ig-news/

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Tesla suffers SUA and drives into a parking garage wall.
I'm begging all of you to NEVER get in a Tesla as long as you live. It started accelerating on its own in a parking garage and my dad lost all control of the car and we ran into a wall at 40 mph. Most horrifying experience of my life.
https://www.autoevolution.com/news/tesla-model-3-crash-inside-parking-garage-generates-dramatic-appeal-against-ev-maker-207530.html

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List of out of control Teslas for 2023 and link to 2022 out of control accidents as well.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173546837

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Link explaining how Electromagnetic Interference is causing EVs to experience sudden unintended acceleration

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/346368508_Special_Investigation_and_Countermeasure_Suggestions_on_Electric_Vehicle_out-of-control_Accidents

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Hutchison Effect & Teslas Whompy Wheel issue

Jain is one of tens of thousands of Tesla owners who have experienced premature failures of suspension or steering parts, according to a Reuters review of thousands of Tesla documents. The chronic failures, many in relatively new vehicles, date back at least seven years and stretch across Tesla’s model lineup and across the globe, from China to the United States to Europe, according to the records and interviews with more than 20 customers and nine former Tesla managers or service technicians.

https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/tesla-musk-steering-suspension/

The exact cause of the Hutchison Effect is unknown in public spheres as it is classified under national security. However the most likely culprit seems to be a combination of electromagnetic sources coming together in a way to change the makeup of metals leading to their rusting, softening, fracturing, complete breaking, even dustification. Keep in mind the degree of metal materials that are within our buildings and infrastructure...even in concrete. Maybe this is why we are seeing an increase in building and bridge collapses?

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=172987494
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uber darthium uber darthium 9 hours ago
I’ll direct readers to Bombardier’s Service Bulletin-

CL-600-2B16
(CL-604)
ATA 76-10
Engine Controls
Special Check/Modifications-Power Controls
Inspection/Replacement of the Throttle Gearbox
Part # 2100140-005 & 2100140-007

AIRCRAFT #5301 thru #5990

N823KD is airframe # 5584

Pay particular attention to the “Idle Shut Off Release Latches”. Moving the latches up enable the throttles to be brought back to the engine shut off position and “it is not possible to restart the engines in this condition” per Bombardier’s instructions and QRM

Both engines were shut down I believe within a second of each other

If I were a betting man I would place my bet on the Captain in the left seat reaching over around the back of the throttles and accidentally knocking the latches “up” while adjusting the flaps, unknown to the First Officer who was the Pilot Flying and he moved the throttles back to the idle position without knowledge that the latches were moved, enabling the engine cut off feature when both throttle were pulled back to “idle” but in fact were allowed to go to engine cut off, because of the mistakingly moved engine shut off latches.


Well imagine that…
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uber darthium uber darthium 10 hours ago
I cannot help the level of stupidity that you appear to want to display. EM has nothing to do with this crash. Accept this
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boston745 boston745 10 hours ago
Your previous post you declared that the NTSB preliminary cause was water in the lines:
The NTSB today ruled preliminary cause (accident # ERA24FA110) to be contaminated fuel and/or possible inadvertent shut off of the engines, via the throttle release handles.
Yet the NTSB has not yet released what caused the engine failures. Thus you used one truth about water being found in the rear aft fuel tank to spin a lie about the NTSB ruling..or lack there of. This is one of many methods of disinformation.
The NTSB's preliminary report did not provide any details on how the aircraft lost both engines shortly before landing on an interstate road.
False evidence.
Falsify or fabricate evidence to manipulate the truth.
Then you went on to use another method of disinfomation in attempting to goad me in hopes to get an emotional reaction out of me:
Imagine that, you have no idea of what you are talking about

There was no contaminants found in other parts of the system per the article:
While the fuel filter bowl displayed thermal discoloration, the filter appeared clean with no debris or foreign material, with fuel collected from the fuel filter bowl displaying a yellowish tint. Fuel samples from other points in the system were clear, with samples from the MFC and main fuel pump, including some black debris. The NTSB said these appeared in the system during the component removal process.
Ok, so there was water found in the aft tail fuel tank but there is no indication where the water originated from and no indication of water in the fuel lines. The lack of water found in the fuel lines would indicate the water found in the fuel tank may have come from an external source after the accident. Furthermore, you're suggesting that an airplane that flew from Columbus, OH all the way to Naples, Florida, over 955 miles in the air, only to experience failure of both engines due to water in the fuel lines over the last few miles before Naples Municipal airport, managed this with excessive water in the fuel system the whole trip.

According to an aviation expert, the fact that this plane recently was inspected and then had both its engines cut out is "remarkable"
It just went through a maintenance inspection or certification in early January, so to have the dual engine failure at the end of the flight from Ohio to Florida is definitely remarkable," Professor Brickhouse said.

Investigators found both engines had thermal damage. NTSB also said fuel and oil filters were clean.

So yes, everything still supports that the engine failures were the result of EM radiation exposure event.

necessary to ensure adequate shielding of the underlying wiring from the electromagnetic effects of lightning strikes or high intensity radiated fields (HIRF), which could potentially lead to a dual engine power loss event from a critical lightning or HIRF exposure event

Quote sources:
https://simpleflying.com/bombardier-florida-highway-crash-ntsb-preliminary-report/
https://www.ethosdebate.com/lies-rhetoric-4-18-rules-disinformation/
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/not-going-to-make-the-runway-oil-pressure-warning-alarmed-shortly-before-deadly-i-75-plane-crash/ar-BB1j2Xzg
https://simpleflying.com/faa-737-max-engine-covers/

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With the rise of self-driving car technology, it's possible that computer systems on these vehicles could malfunction due to cosmic rays. What if, during an automated trip, imagery from a camera mounted at the front of the car became corrupted and the on-board computer failed to spot a person walking out in front of the vehicle?
However, the research is yet to be published and he says he's not allowed to reveal what the starting level of accuracy was during the experiments.

Such interventions could make self-driving cars of the future safer but they wouldn't eliminate the possibility of a cosmic ray causing other problems. And this raises an interesting conundrum for insurers.

"In a world of fully autonomous vehicles, how can you prove the accident happened because of cosmic rays?" says Rech. "That is very challenging. I mean, it's impossible, by definition." In ambiguous cases, disputes over whether a human or technology manufacturer – or space weather – was at fault might be difficult to resolve
Impossible to prove but can and does happen. Can even be emulated in a lab setting.

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20221011-how-space-weather-causes-computer-errors

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Tesla Drivers Have the Highest Crash Rate of Any Brand: Study
Tesla led all automakers with 23.54 crashes per 1,000 drivers in the past year.

https://www.thedrive.com/news/tesla-drivers-have-the-highest-crash-rate-of-any-brand-study

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Tesla goes out of control hitting a hydrant and tree, burns its occupants alive as their friends try desperately to get them out.
It was learned that a speeding Tesla crashed into a fire hydrant at Macarthur Boulevard and Grant Lane Road in Tracy at 9.45pm on Friday night, then crashed into a tree and burst into flames.Behind their car, their other friends were coming in another car, who tried hard to save their friends, but the car got locked and they could not do anything because of the flames.
https://web.archive.org/web/20230711004703/https://irshadgul.com/two-indian-youths-died-in-the-accident-in-tracy-usa-ig-news/

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Tesla suffers SUA and drives into a parking garage wall.
I'm begging all of you to NEVER get in a Tesla as long as you live. It started accelerating on its own in a parking garage and my dad lost all control of the car and we ran into a wall at 40 mph. Most horrifying experience of my life.
https://www.autoevolution.com/news/tesla-model-3-crash-inside-parking-garage-generates-dramatic-appeal-against-ev-maker-207530.html

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List of out of control Teslas for 2023 and link to 2022 out of control accidents as well.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173546837

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Link explaining how Electromagnetic Interference is causing EVs to experience sudden unintended acceleration

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/346368508_Special_Investigation_and_Countermeasure_Suggestions_on_Electric_Vehicle_out-of-control_Accidents

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Hutchison Effect & Teslas Whompy Wheel issue

Jain is one of tens of thousands of Tesla owners who have experienced premature failures of suspension or steering parts, according to a Reuters review of thousands of Tesla documents. The chronic failures, many in relatively new vehicles, date back at least seven years and stretch across Tesla’s model lineup and across the globe, from China to the United States to Europe, according to the records and interviews with more than 20 customers and nine former Tesla managers or service technicians.

https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/tesla-musk-steering-suspension/

The exact cause of the Hutchison Effect is unknown in public spheres as it is classified under national security. However the most likely culprit seems to be a combination of electromagnetic sources coming together in a way to change the makeup of metals leading to their rusting, softening, fracturing, complete breaking, even dustification. Keep in mind the degree of metal materials that are within our buildings and infrastructure...even in concrete. Maybe this is why we are seeing an increase in building and bridge collapses?

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=172987494
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IHuser IHuser 17 hours ago
imo...agreed....TSLA sp to retrace gap at 145 ..and go potentially into bankruptcy...

TSLA



IHuser
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JJ8 JJ8 20 hours ago
It looks like next week may turn into an important week for Tesla share price.

The Dailies have been in Uptrend since Feb 26, 2024 Bullish Triangle Breakout. Important to note that they remained in Uptrend... regardless of the poor performance of Tesla share price since that Breakout.

However, the Weeklies have not yet confirmed that since that time. Apparently the dynamic pulse was not enough to do that. Yet I see that the Weekly by yesterday market closing indicates a buildup of +10.67 points- a 5.56% advance for next week.

Any potential further progress in share price next week may likely result in the activation of the Weekly confirmation of a FULL Uptrend in the share price. It depends on the likely intensity of the P/V dynamic and the dominance of Demand in trading activity.

Next week could be an interesting and exciting week for Tesla.

We shall see. Happy Weekend & GLTA
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uber darthium uber darthium 21 hours ago
You left out the water in the sample from the rear tank…. 1/2 ounce of the 16 ounces sampled was water..

I’ll save you the math and tell you a tad over 3% contamination rear fuel tank was water. This is just from the sample

Closer examination of the rear tank should indicate a higher level of water contamination.

Of course facts don’t matter to you, it’s all caused by EM, right ?

Contaminated fuel, thrust levers selected to the engine off position isn’t important in your mind.

Bombardier issuing a bulletin on this exact scenario means nothing…. It’s EM that also makes Teslas run into things and burst into flames.

Sounds good to your sheep though I believe most think one requires medication
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uber darthium uber darthium 22 hours ago
More likely than not the first officer FO was pilot flying PF and captain was pilot monitoring PM. The were in a right base turn (think about that) PF had right hand on the yoke and left hand on the throttles (thrust levers) more likely looking out the right hand windows. The PF was also doing the radio comms instead of the PM (unusual). The Captain sitting in the left seat, had to operate the flaps which requires him to reach around with his right arm behind the thrust levers and more likely than not hit the two gate levers that allow the thrust levers to be pulled back into the engine stop position. It is not possible to restart the engines in this manner. Bombardier issued a TSB possibly an AWD for these levers that wear out and can cause this EXACT EVENT to take place. You are talking to the wrong person to attempt to bullshit on aircraft.

Go bullshit the sheep
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boston745 boston745 23 hours ago
Bombardier Challenger Pilots Lost Both Engines Before Crash Landing On Florida Highway
The NTSB's preliminary report did not provide any details on how the aircraft lost both engines shortly before landing on an interstate road.

While the fuel filter bowl displayed thermal discoloration, the filter appeared clean with no debris or foreign material, with fuel collected from the fuel filter bowl displaying a yellowish tint. Fuel samples from other points in the system were clear, with samples from the MFC and main fuel pump, including some black debris. The NTSB said these appeared in the system during the component removal process.
Further inspection revealed that the MFC and main fuel pump had no anomalies, as did the oil filter, which was in good condition. The right-hand engine’s main fuel inlet port exhibited a slight, yellow-colored debris particle without the NTSB detailing further.

Both engines’ MFCs, main fuel pumps, fuel injectors, and fuel samples were retained for further investigation, as were the engines themselves. The NTSB classified this incident as ‘Class 3,’ meaning that it will produce a final report identifying the probable cause(s) and contributing factors of the accident.
According to this article, NTSB did not in fact reveal what caused the plane to lose both engines nor did is claim the fuel was contaminated. Regardless NTSB is not going to reveal its EM radiation related because thats a hard thing to prove outside the lab setting. In theory the NTSB will only identify the failure point.

https://simpleflying.com/bombardier-florida-highway-crash-ntsb-preliminary-report/

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With the rise of self-driving car technology, it's possible that computer systems on these vehicles could malfunction due to cosmic rays. What if, during an automated trip, imagery from a camera mounted at the front of the car became corrupted and the on-board computer failed to spot a person walking out in front of the vehicle?
However, the research is yet to be published and he says he's not allowed to reveal what the starting level of accuracy was during the experiments.

Such interventions could make self-driving cars of the future safer but they wouldn't eliminate the possibility of a cosmic ray causing other problems. And this raises an interesting conundrum for insurers.

"In a world of fully autonomous vehicles, how can you prove the accident happened because of cosmic rays?" says Rech. "That is very challenging. I mean, it's impossible, by definition." In ambiguous cases, disputes over whether a human or technology manufacturer – or space weather – was at fault might be difficult to resolve
Impossible to prove but can and does happen. Can even be emulated in a lab setting.

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20221011-how-space-weather-causes-computer-errors

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Tesla Drivers Have the Highest Crash Rate of Any Brand: Study
Tesla led all automakers with 23.54 crashes per 1,000 drivers in the past year.

https://www.thedrive.com/news/tesla-drivers-have-the-highest-crash-rate-of-any-brand-study

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Tesla goes out of control hitting a hydrant and tree, burns its occupants alive as their friends try desperately to get them out.
It was learned that a speeding Tesla crashed into a fire hydrant at Macarthur Boulevard and Grant Lane Road in Tracy at 9.45pm on Friday night, then crashed into a tree and burst into flames.Behind their car, their other friends were coming in another car, who tried hard to save their friends, but the car got locked and they could not do anything because of the flames.
https://web.archive.org/web/20230711004703/https://irshadgul.com/two-indian-youths-died-in-the-accident-in-tracy-usa-ig-news/

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Tesla suffers SUA and drives into a parking garage wall.
I'm begging all of you to NEVER get in a Tesla as long as you live. It started accelerating on its own in a parking garage and my dad lost all control of the car and we ran into a wall at 40 mph. Most horrifying experience of my life.
https://www.autoevolution.com/news/tesla-model-3-crash-inside-parking-garage-generates-dramatic-appeal-against-ev-maker-207530.html

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List of out of control Teslas for 2023 and link to 2022 out of control accidents as well.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173546837

=======================================

Link explaining how Electromagnetic Interference is causing EVs to experience sudden unintended acceleration

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/346368508_Special_Investigation_and_Countermeasure_Suggestions_on_Electric_Vehicle_out-of-control_Accidents

=======================================

Hutchison Effect & Teslas Whompy Wheel issue

Jain is one of tens of thousands of Tesla owners who have experienced premature failures of suspension or steering parts, according to a Reuters review of thousands of Tesla documents. The chronic failures, many in relatively new vehicles, date back at least seven years and stretch across Tesla’s model lineup and across the globe, from China to the United States to Europe, according to the records and interviews with more than 20 customers and nine former Tesla managers or service technicians.

https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/tesla-musk-steering-suspension/

The exact cause of the Hutchison Effect is unknown in public spheres as it is classified under national security. However the most likely culprit seems to be a combination of electromagnetic sources coming together in a way to change the makeup of metals leading to their rusting, softening, fracturing, complete breaking, even dustification. Keep in mind the degree of metal materials that are within our buildings and infrastructure...even in concrete. Maybe this is why we are seeing an increase in building and bridge collapses?

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=172987494
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Portugal reported 1,155 Tesla sales and 6.4% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Portugal reported 1,155 Tesla sales and 6.4% market share for February.

• Tesla 8th best-selling brand
• 3rd best second month of the quarter ever and -35% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• Second best quarter ever after second month of quarter and -16% vs. the same period last quarter
• Year-to-date +54% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 18% or 2.2/12 of last year's total

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Ireland reported 347 Tesla sales and 2.1% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Ireland reported 347 Tesla sales and 2.1% market share for February.

• 29% Model Y and 71% Model 3
• Second best second month of the quarter ever and +127% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• Second best quarter ever after second month of quarter and +52% vs. the same period last quarter
• Year-to-date +20,550% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 12% or 1.5/12 of last year's total

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Switzerland reported 1,003 Tesla sales and 5.5% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Switzerland reported 1,003 Tesla sales and 5.5% market share for February.

• Market share is 68% higher than the trailing 3 month average of 3.3%
• Tesla 7th best-selling brand
• 78% Model Y and 22% Model 3
• Best second month of the quarter ever and +27% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• Second best quarter ever after second month of quarter and +21% vs. the same period last quarter
• Year-to-date +329% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 15% or 1.8/12 of last year's total

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Sweden reported 1,058 Tesla sales and 5.6% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Sweden reported 1,058 Tesla sales and 5.6% market share for February.

• Market share is 4% higher than the trailing 3 month average of 5.4%
• Tesla 4th best-selling brand
• Model Y second best-selling car
• 94% Model Y and 5% Model 3
• 4th best second month of the quarter ever and -30% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• Year-to-date +141% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 9% or 1.1/12 of last year's total

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Norway reported 1,778 Tesla sales and 24.1% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Norway reported 1,778 Tesla sales and 24.1% market share for February.

• Market share is 660 basis points or 38% higher than the trailing 3 month average of 17.5%
• Tesla best-selling brand
• Model Y best-selling car
• 98% Model Y and 1% Model 3
• 5th best second month of the quarter ever and +5% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• 3rd best quarter ever after second month of quarter and +22% vs. the same period last quarter
• Year-to-date +84% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 11% or 1.4/12 of last year's total

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Czech Republic reported 88 Tesla sales and 0.5% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Czech Republic reported 88 Tesla sales and 0.5% market share for February.

• 41% Model Y and 59% Model 3
• 5th best second month of the quarter ever and -61% vs. the previous one
• Second best February ever
• Year-to-date +45% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 13% or 1.5/12 of last year's total

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Finland reported 238 Tesla sales and 4.5% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Finland reported 238 Tesla sales and 4.5% market share for February.

• Tesla 8th best-selling brand
• Model Y 4th best-selling car
• 81% Model Y and 19% Model 3
• 5th best second month of the quarter ever and -45% vs. the previous one
• Second best February ever
• Year-to-date -6% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 7% or 0.8/12 of last year's total

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Spain reported 1,023 Tesla sales and 1.2% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Spain reported 1,023 Tesla sales and 1.2% market share for February.

• 60% Model Y and 39% Model 3
• 4th best second month of the quarter ever and -59% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• 3rd best quarter ever after second month of quarter and -34% vs. the same period last quarter
• Year-to-date +106% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 16% or 1.9/12 of last year's total

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Italy reported 1,851 Tesla sales and 1.3% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Italy reported 1,851 Tesla sales and 1.3% market share for February.

• Market share is 22 basis points or 22% higher than the trailing 3 month average of 1.0%
• 68% Model Y and 32% Model 3
• 4th best month ever with +358% vs. last month
• 3rd best second month of the quarter ever and -32% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• 3rd best quarter ever after second month of quarter and -38% vs. the same period last quarter
• Year-to-date +38% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 14% or 1.6/12 of last year's total

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France reported 3,244 Tesla sales and 2.3% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• France reported 3,244 Tesla sales and 2.3% market share for February.

• 61% Model Y and 37% Model 3
• Year-to-date +55% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 10% or 1.2/12 of last year's total

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Austria reported 875 Tesla sales and 4.4% market share for February
By: Roland Pircher | March 1, 2024

• Austria reported 875 Tesla sales and 4.4% market share for February.

• Market share is 126 basis points or 40% above the 3-month trailing average of 3.1%
• Tesla 9th best-selling brand
• Second best second month of the quarter ever and +16% vs. the previous one
• Best February ever
• Best quarter ever after second month of quarter and +16% vs. the same period last quarter
• Year-to-date +3% over same period last year
• Year-to-date is 15% or 1.8/12 of last year's total

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Felesha Felesha 1 day ago
Short losing this battle
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Felesha Felesha 1 day ago
Nice close over 200
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chklingon chklingon 1 day ago
Bingo! Don't have to look far.... There is a reason that EV's are popular in California (despite long distances) and in Canada (despite the cold) and in Europe.
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solarity solarity 1 day ago
Watch these “no one wants an EV” story do a complete turnaround the next time gas prices approach $4.00/gal.
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uber darthium uber darthium 1 day ago
Hate to burst your bubble, but it again appears you have no idea what you are talking about on most issues, specifically the crash of N823KD Bombardier Challenger CL-600-2B16 on 9 Feb 24 15:17 local time, Naples, Florida.

The NTSB today ruled preliminary cause (accident # ERA24FA110) to be contaminated fuel and/or possible inadvertent shut off of the engines, via the throttle release handles.

Your bullchit theory of EM radiation again doesn’t hold water…lacking any basis in fact.

Imagine that, you have no idea of what you are talking about

Out of a 16 ounce sample from rear tank, 1/2 ounce of the 16 ounces was water. Some Jet-A fuel pulled from other tanks exhibited an atypical yellow tint on the right engine

Nothing about sunspots, EM radiation, UFOs over Poland, or CIA coverup.


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Re: boston745 post# 84768
Friday, February 09, 2024 6:12:30 PM
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EM radiation isnt just causing Teslas to go out of control. Its frequently causing plane crash through things like engine failures...usually below 10k ft above ground.

The plane, which is reportedly a Bombardier Challenger 600 series, took off from Ohio to Naples Airport, according to NBC affiliate WBBH-TV.

However, two miles out of Naples Airport, the plane reported an engine failure to air traffic control before saying, "They would not be able to make it," the outlet reported.

The identity of the victims was not immediately released.

A Bombardier Challenger 600 has the capacity to fit up to 14 people.

You'll find alot of planes are crashing on takeoff or landing because of failures like this.

https://www.the-sun.com/news/10344227/plane-crash-collier-county-florida-naples/

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JJ8 JJ8 1 day ago
Tesla Amplifies Incentives in China to Stimulate Electric Car Demand Amid Intense Price War
March 01 2024 - 06:42AM

Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) is escalating its efforts to invigorate demand for its electric vehicles in China, introducing significant incentives to counteract the fierce competition, particularly from BYD, in the paramount EV market globally.

In a strategic move disclosed through its Weibo account on Friday, the American electric vehicle giant announced that purchasers of its available stock of the rear-wheel drive variants of Model 3 and Model Y throughout this month would be eligible for substantial incentives and discounts amounting to thousands of dollars.

The incentives include insurance subsidies up to 8,000 yuan (approximately US$1,113), effectively reducing the prices of the Model 3 and Model Y to CNY245,900 and CNY250,900 respectively, translating to a price reduction of over 3% for each model. Additionally, Tesla is offering a CNY10,000 discount on selected body paint colors, further sweetening the deal for prospective buyers.

This latest initiative by Tesla is a response to the intensifying competition and widespread price reductions within China’s automotive industry, as manufacturers vie for a larger market share amidst decelerating vehicle sales and surplus production capacity in the world’s second-largest economy.

Tesla’s move follows closely on the heels of recent price adjustments by BYD, the leading electric vehicle manufacturer backed by Warren Buffet, which recently surpassed Tesla in global EV sales. Last week, BYD announced cuts exceeding 10% on several of its models and introduced new versions of four vehicles this week, priced significantly lower than their predecessors.

Analysts Kelvin Lau and Evelyn Zhang from Daiwa Capital Markets highlighted the impact of BYD’s pricing strategy, noting that it is “exerting pressure on the overall industry” and “intensifies competition among new-energy vehicle makers for 2024.”

In January, Tesla proactively reduced the starting price of its entry-level Model 3 by 5.9% and the Model Y by 2.8%, indicating the company’s ongoing commitment to maintaining a competitive edge in the crucial Chinese market amidst an escalating price war.
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JJ8 JJ8 2 days ago
Even though I see your point Carl Swenlin I am still open and am an optimist. I think Elon is smart and resourceful and may also surprise us commoners. We shall see.
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schaub schaub 2 days ago
POS
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boston745 boston745 2 days ago
Universities swapping energy sources to geothermal now a growing trend
The "power of the Earth" provides some of the most sustainable energy options.

It is one of many colleges utilizing ground geothermal source technology that installs pumps in the ground that then circulates a temperature-adjusted fluid to the surface using a series of pipes in a closed-loop system.

Geothermal energy is "one of the oldest forms of energy in the book," previously used by the Romans, Native Americans and ancient Chinese civilizations, Caitlin Grady, an assistant professor of engineering management and systems at George Washington University, told ABC News. The energy is also a prime example of using the planet's natural resources to generate power, she said.

"You're talking about using gravity and water to power buildings ... using what the Earth has to offer for free," Grady said.
This form of energy is far superior to that of Solar/wind/batteries. This is the direction the grid needs to go! Say goodbye to Tesla energy when more universities, companies, and governments can go this route.
Now we just need to find a safer method of travel to electric vehicles.

https://abcnews.go.com/US/universities-swapping-energy-sources-geothermal-now-growing-trend/story?id=107638932
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DiscoverGold DiscoverGold 2 days ago
Tesla (TSLA):
By: Carl Swenlin | March 1, 2024

Tesla (TSLA): Apple's recent exit from the EV business is the most dramatic evidence to date of the EV industry and the public's disillusionment with electric vehicles. TSLA is currently -50% down from its 2021 all-time high, and my opinion is that it is not going to recover.

Prognosis: No longer magnificent and probably will not recover.



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deepdj011 deepdj011 2 days ago
Musk is a Big Boss - Electro Cars - World No. 1 !
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Moonlazer Moonlazer 2 days ago
I feel like musk isn't going to wait around and do nothing. Today's article on suing OpenAI is a clear indicator that he's aware of the issue and is understanding he's missing out, but I believe he's going the wrong direction with it and missed the ship by parting ways with it awhile back.

He will have to win the lawsuit and assume control of some portion of OpenAI again, which is doubtful and will take time to develop the outcome of that, or partner with an existing setup, or develop something new from scratch. Else we're at the top here.
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chklingon chklingon 2 days ago
"They write the news articles to explain away their moves." On this my friend we are in total agreement! The shell game that is the market.
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georgejjl georgejjl 2 days ago
It Happened! Elon Musk Revealed BIG Upgrade Tesla Bot Gen 3 - Optimus! Hit the Market in 2025!



Good luck and GOD bless,
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la-tsla-fan la-tsla-fan 2 days ago
Moon: I did NOT ask what is going to happen. I just asked your opinion of what may happen.
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Moonlazer Moonlazer 2 days ago
Only Tesla CEO's and their brokered deals will have those answers.
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Moonlazer Moonlazer 2 days ago
Each institution has enough holdings to choke the float and send it straight to $5 if they want to. Retail speculation is just along for the ride. There's not enough Retail strength to combat it if they want to straight up shove paper down our throats. That's the MM. The charts are just analyzing their personalities, from ticker to ticker. But given the broad picture view, this is their justification for it. They write the news articles to explain away their moves. That's the truth of the market.
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la-tsla-fan la-tsla-fan 2 days ago
Moon, thanks for your response, which, believe it or not, increases my respect for you.

However, let me pose a question for you (actually it is 2 questions):

1. Do you think we will get any prior warning (leaks) about FSD losing the beta?

2. How long before that happens?

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chklingon chklingon 2 days ago
I don't see how this gets to 150. Every time this drops under about 195, the buyers step in with glee. Eventually all this shorting will get stuck.
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Moonlazer Moonlazer 2 days ago
I understand the respect for elon and the valuation of the company beyond Ford or gm, as more than a car company. The current rally is AI driven. All other tickers without substantial earnings beats or AI developments that aren't priced in are the only volatility in the market.

To respond to your other remark, the entire purpose of the stock market is to provide liquidity of ideas and innovation in the form of shares. If a company is found lacking, it's liquidity and solvency begin to reduce. IE: No new news means investor interest will wane from the company. SpaceX and formerly Twitter are private entities, so it's reasonable that those developments aren't responsible for Tesla's valuation either, regardless of their worth and ties to Musk. Tesla, the company, is stagnating due to lack of exposure to this next trend. Full Self Driving is the only viable option to rectify this currently unless they develop something else. Even a competitive search engine against Google would still be separate from Tesla if Musk did that. Things to think on in coming days. Right now, it's stalling because of car sales.
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la-tsla-fan la-tsla-fan 2 days ago
Moon, in spite of my great respect for you, I disagree. RSLA, in my opinion, is down ONLY because of the stupidity of investors who are confusing Elon with Tesla products.
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la-tsla-fan la-tsla-fan 2 days ago
I agree 100%. I have NO idea why the sp is down again.
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la-tsla-fan la-tsla-fan 2 days ago
Moon, nice of you to grant us some of your valuable time. I am not sure what you mean by ‘liquidity’. I believe that is what Trump needs now, NOT Tesla.
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Moonlazer Moonlazer 2 days ago
They need liquidity to run. Aside from the products they already have out, lower sales will mean lower pps in it's flagship product. A new innovation and exposure to the current trending boom is the only way they'll latch onto the current market growth. Much like Apple already realized, albeit very late though.
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MADDSTACKER MADDSTACKER 2 days ago
Everyone pulling out of electric cars , plus apple . Tsla set to run again
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crudeoil24 crudeoil24 2 days ago
Maybe that's one reason why Hertz Car Rental dumped their fleet of Tesla car rentals. I remember a few years back, Tom Brady was doing TV adds for Hertz, and driving a Tesla in the TV add.
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Moonlazer Moonlazer 2 days ago
When everything else is going up except Tesla, there's something wrong. Called this months ago. Not going past 200. Tesla needs lower rates to entice higher sales. Liquidity in production matters. Since most car sales rely on financing for the average consumer, and the forward outlook from the company led this year as reduced sales... PPS stalled at fair market value. Regardless of Space X, energy sector, and any AI development, Tesla doesn't produce semi conductors, so they're lagging on the AI boom.

Things to consider. Look back at my last comments. I called it last time I was here. This will be under 150 after June due to it's stall during the major rally, until rate cuts hit the 3rd volley and earnings beat estimates months after that point.
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yoshikolindley yoshikolindley 2 days ago
desperate Elon going after openAI. Lots of ego and lots of sleepless nights as Sam taking all the good limelight. If OpenAI didn’t exist, all the limelight is on tesla. there won’t be any market pump too.
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KICK1 KICK1 2 days ago
Lollll
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IHuser IHuser 3 days ago
imo...world don't buy this garbage......they are puliing every stop to keep you from hearing me.... TSLA



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