Submitted by O EMSHN on November 2, 2013
I was reading today's San Francisco Chronicle and saw an article about a car fire in the Caldecott tunnel - a 1988 Acura Legend burned sending 8 to the hospital.
It occurred to me that no one is shorting Honda (Acura's owner) based on this incident. Gas powered vehicles burn all the time and no one bats an eye. ICE's have thousands of controlled explosions per minute and carry enough gasoline to create a spectacular bomb. And yet people consider a couple of Tesla fires where no one was hurt worth 10% of the valuation of a billion dollar company.
The logic evades me...