Cory and Sandy figured out what Tesla’s Investor Day announcement graphic is showing, and they’re here to explain how they cracked the case.
The Tesla Investor graphic is showing 5400 or Model Y side body panels or about one day of production that is needed for 2 million cars per year.
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I have an idea. I wish this is not posted. Las Vegas is going to run out of water app 10-13 years from now. My idea which will not be popular is to build a nuclear power plant close to vegas or 4 small package nuclear plants on all 4 sides of Vegas, use spent nuclear fuel, i understand this is being done now in france. If you had enough power you can make water from the air. Don`t pump the water into Lake Mead, treat it and pump it directly into the Las Vegas water system. You would then have elevated water tanks all over Vegas to help keep pressure up, any excess water would be pumped into local aqufiers in ground which would be storage to use when needed. Question? would this work. Pumping water from the miss river is not going to work nor is desalination from the pacific ocean as so many groups will fight this. I am sure a lot of people will not like my idea but what is another way? So, would this work? I don`t know! thanks
“If you had enough power you can make water from the air.”
In a high humidity area I guess you could *extract* water from the air. However, such an area probably gets reasonable rainfall.
I would expect that desalination of seawater & pumping it to where you want fresh water would be reasonable if the distances aren’t excessive. See what Israel is doing with desalination plus *very* efficient water use.
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