The following were the 20 most popular articles of the past week. If you haven’t strolled down that far, note that several of the political ones have hundreds of comments underneath them — I definitely think you should read them as well. We have an amazing and absurdly well informed and thoughtful commenting community. A wonderful community. The best.
The comments are even better than the articles, some people say.
- Tesla Model 3 Shown Off At Employee Party (New Images)
- Trump May Be The Best Thing That Happened To US Democracy In Decades
- Cleantech With A President Trump
- UC-Berkeley Foresees “Cheapest Perovskite Solar Cell On The Market”
- USA, You’re Embarrassing Us (+ Donald vs Hillary on Economy, Climate, Taxes …)
- Trump Won’t Stop Global Climate Action, Might Accidentally Help
- GM Still On Track To Begin Chevy Bolt Deliveries Before End Of Year
- Democrats, This Is A Wakeup Call — You Better Fuckin’ Wake Up!
- Stabbed In The Back! ExxonMobil Throws Shade At US Coal Industry
- US Electric Car Sales Up 26% Through October
- Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk) Brings Solar Panels To Dakota Access Protesters (Solar Love)
- California Regulator Finds Another Cheat Device In Audi Car
- Donald Trump’s Closing Argument: Reactivate The Philadelphia Navy Yard!
- Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn: $7,000–8,000 Renault EV Is The Aim For China
- “MADCAT” Morphing Flapless Aircraft Wings To Be Built By Tiny Robots
- Tesla Acquires A Top German Engineering Firm Focused On Automated Assembly
- Elon Musk: Tesla Likely To Establish UK-Based Engineering Group In Future, Brexit Not An Issue
- How Will Republican Politicians Proceed Following The Election? & Can The GOP Survive?
- 48 New National EV Charging Corridors — Thank You, President Obama
- Toyota Intends To Begin Mass Production Of EVs By 2020, Nikkei Asian Review Reports
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