"To be binding, a bilateral contract needs an offer, acceptance and consideration. A bilateral contract involves promises by both parties, while a unilateral contract only has one party promising to do something upon performance by the…"
"I seem to recall reading on one of the PRs or elsewhere that Criteria was unavailable due to scheduling conflict, hence the use of TesCom. I may have TesCom confused with someone else, but that's just what I remember.)
"I suspect that the 12-volt battery is there because Tesla does not produce all the electrical parts, radio, door locks, power windows, signal and head lights, etc., etc., etc., all that will need power.
One could use a DC to DC voltage converter,…"
"I know nothing about testing capacitors, or capacitors for that matter, but in order to be convincing at the dog + pony show, wouldn't DW compare results of other regular capacitors with known values using his equipment in…"
"I understand that all that is the theory of how it is supposed to work, but as I have already demonstrated, in practice you most certainly can have an entirely one-sided contract which the courts will uphold. There are different degrees of…"
"You know, there are misleading headlines... and then there are headlines which are just wrong. It's only the pure EVs, the Battery Electric Vehicles, which have an increase in North American sales to approx. 300% of last year's figures...…"
"Courts are not concerned with whether or not a contract is one-sided or unfair. The plaintiff will win if he can show that he received no consideration for agreeing to the contract. It was long ago, but I did take 2 semesters of contract law. There…"
"I agree it's not a precise term, but can we discuss what it does and doesn't mean? Or at least, what it should and shouldn't mean? Language has use only where we can agree on the meanings of words.
For example, re the older (non…"
"Fibb, B now has the user manual. That might enable him to make an interesting post EEStorians would pay more attention to than to mine.
As for Criteria, there are IMO three possibilities. (1) They backed out of/ failed to perform what was announced…"
"They are mired in technical uncertainty. With DW saying one thing, labs something different, no easy resolution. The simple parameters they thought would do, like C, are now claimed by DW to be variable. Standard ED tests are claimed by DW to be…"
"Nano, I'm 100% with you on one thing.... WTF happened to the 8 parameters that Criteria was going to measure and report as per the agreement PR'd by ZMC in April and EEStor in June? that's a bullshit. Worse.... NOBODY…"