Elon Musk is back to insinuating Thai cave diver is a "pedo"

Aug 30, 2018, 00:43
Elon Musk is back to insinuating Thai cave diver is a

Some of Musk's predictions have been way off. Musk said during a May 2016 earnings call that, during the second half of 2017, he expected Tesla would produce between 100,000 and 200,000 Model 3 sedans - the lower-priced vehicle that's pivotal to the company generating profit. The lawsuit's plaintiffs argued that despite knowing these, Tesla still gave the impression that it was equipped to meet its production goals.

"It wouldn't have made the first 50 meters into the cave from the dive start point". Tesla, for its part, noted that its difficulties in reaching its manufacturing targets for the Model 3 were caused by bottlenecks in its Nevada Gigafactory and its main factory in Fremont, CA. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO is known for his innovation, but it's hard to tell if he will embrace blockchain technology anytime soon. "The facts plaintiffs have put forth do not tend to establish that this was the case", Judge Breyer wrote. In a ruling on Monday, Judge Frederick Myers of Ontario opted to strike down the transition program rolled out by the new government.

"He's not going to become a typical CEO, so the question is whether he's going to make statements that run afoul of securities laws", said Ken Bertsch, an executive director at the Council of Institutional Investors, a trade group that represents public pension funds that own Tesla shares. "Others could not be corroborated, so we suggested additional investigative steps to try and validate the information he had received second-hand from a single anonymous source".

Musk offered to build a mini-submarine to rescue the children, but the head of the mission called it "not practical". He had criticised Musk's proposal for the use of a mini-submarine in the operation, calling it a "PR stunt" and said that the prototype had "absolutely no chance of working".

In response to Musk's most recent tweets, Unsworth told Sky News that he couldn't comment, but did note, "It's all being dealt with, that's all I can say".

Except Musk might be getting sued after all.

In his response to Olanoff on Tuesday, Musk seemed to imply that if the "pedo" accusation were really false, the cave diver would have sued him.

Never one to turn his back on a potential Twitter fight, Musk fired back, making a thinking-face-emoji insinuation about why Unsworth never sued him, despite being offered free legal services.