Supercharging

25 Mar 19
Elevated Garage

Tesla announces a new customer referral program. The new program gives owners a chance to win a Tesla Model Y and a Roadster. The automaker ended the last referral program in February due to the significant costs. However, Tesla launched this new referral program and it definitely works differently.  Tesla owners and those they refer […]

25 Mar 19
scoreit.online

We bought a brand new 2018 Tesla Model S with flood damage from a Insurance Salvage auction and got screwed over on the deal. We flew cross country just to get burned in the end. However we do have some exciting news to share with you about the new Tesla Model Y. We were invited […]

25 Mar 19
scoreit.online

In this video I’ll cover why it could make sense for Tesla to introduce a new Model S and X battery update in 2019. Lifecycle offering of battery packs at Tesla Tesla has a long history of cycling out battery packs for one reason or another. They’ve introduced lower battery packs, software downgraded lager packs, […]

25 Mar 19
NationalAddictionNews.com

STORY AT-A-GLANCE Our chemical and fossil fuel-intensive system of industrial agriculture is belching out 43 to 57 percent of the greenhouse gas pollution that has dangerously destabilized our climate The driving force of Big Food Inc. and their army of chemical farmers, food processors and marketers is the idea that maximizing short-term profits trumps all […]

24 Mar 19
Nature's Translator

We have all heard it before, that the ocean makes up two-thirds of the planet. Yet many are unaware of what problems these oceans face. The ice caps are melting, plain and simple, which over time, will lead to an increase in sea level, which in a couple thousand years will submerge the coastal cities. […]

24 Mar 19
Ubergizmo

Free Supercharging was a valuable perk that Tesla offered its customers for quite a long time. Model S and Model X owners could use the company’s Supercharger network to charge up their cars for free. It was later extended to the Model 3 as well. The company decided to end the perk last year but […]

24 Mar 19
For What it's Worth

Diverse hiring in tech, ending school tracking, taxation called ways to close ‘Growing Divides’   By Tom Meek  Friday, March 22, 2019 Sarah Gallop of MIT and the Kendall Square Association speaks at “Growing Divides in Cambridge: A Tale of 2.0 Cities” on Thursday. With her are panelists Chuck Collins and Damon Smith. (Photo: Tom Meek) […]

24 Mar 19

[ad_1] Fully Charged Mention the name Harrop to pretty much anyone in the global Speedhunters community and the word supercharging usually follows. But forced induction is a relatively recent addition to the Australia-based outfit’s incredible history. Harrop has been helping make our cars stronger and faster for a whopping 64 years (read more in Richard’s […]

24 Mar 19
Storypoint

It goes without saying that social media is the latest buzz in the town. It is regarded as an effective method for the generation of traction, engagement, sales and more for the business. Businesses which make the best use of social media marketing witness better results in the market within a small duration of time. […]

24 Mar 19
The New Dark Age

24 March 2019 — Dr Mercola Story at-a-glance Our chemical and fossil fuel-intensive system of industrial agriculture is belching out 43 to 57 percent of the greenhouse gas pollution that has dangerously destabilized our climate The driving force of Big Food Inc. and their army of chemical farmers, food processors and marketers is the idea […]

24 Mar 19
Paul Lassiter

By Ronnie Cummins As noted in “Ditching Nature in Favor of Fake Food Is Not the Solution to Destructive Factory Farming” by Dr. Joseph Mercola: “Industrial agriculture is one of the most unsustainable practices of modern civilization. The ‘bigger is better’ food system has reached a point where its real costs have become readily apparent. […]

24 Mar 19
Jerry Tackett

By Ronnie Cummins As noted in “Ditching Nature in Favor of Fake Food Is Not the Solution to Destructive Factory Farming” by Dr. Joseph Mercola: “Industrial agriculture is one of the most unsustainable practices of modern civilization. The ‘bigger is better’ food system has reached a point where its real costs have become readily apparent. […]