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  1. Remember the time when the most bizarre thing Elon Musk had ever done was send a freaking car to space? Yes, that is still so cool and memorable but it feels like everything Elon has done since then has been an attempt to outdo himself. Wait, maybe I am on to something, a new conspiracy theory. It seems like the only solution for his outright bizarre and unexpected behaviour, especially on Twitter these past few months. He's been busy smoking pot live on a podcast, becoming a meme because of that, asking people to send him their 'dankest' meme, fanboying over Ranveer Singh and 'Bajirao Mastani', and now he's apparently a SoundCloud rapper. The term SoundCloud rapper is basically a meme now and since Elon is slowly turning his entire existence into a meme, this seemed like the next logical step for him. On 30th March, he dropped his hot new single 'RIP Harambe' and tweeted the SoundCloud link to his millions of followers. Isn't it a little too late to pay your respects to Harambe the gorilla who was shot and killed by a zoo worker when a three-year-old boy wandered into his enclosure? Better late than never, I guess. Emo G Recordshttps://t.co/zsuB2NDl48 pic.twitter.com/anVkKeFMGr — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 If the reference to one of the biggest memes in the recent internet history wasn't enough, he also called his record label Emo G Records. The song is actually as weird - and autotuned - as you would've imagined. But, soon after dropping the song, he had a crushing realization - his record label, Emo G Records, failed because of some other emoji. I'm disappointed that my record label failed — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 Who would've thought? Duck emoji defeats Emo G Records. Crushing victory. — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 Btw, here's some context. Just look at the number of retweets and likes and compare to the song link. 𦠗 Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 I feel like he's more proud of this than anything he's ever done for Tesla and SpaceX. Making The Onion articles real …https://t.co/O7855d9BWu — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) April 1, 2019 He did get the response that song deserved, obviously. What even is that gif? pic.twitter.com/7Fx6oBm2z1 — Chotto Matte â (@noty0boii) March 30, 2019 He's getting more dank memes now. pic.twitter.com/qVkyCTdt44 — ðï¸ (@trashydrakefan) March 30, 2019 No idea. pic.twitter.com/2jDNGZEtYd — â¡Maria Nâ¡ (@x_RiaMaria_x) March 30, 2019
  2. Elon Musk, are you doing okay, buddy? Everything good? You know, you can always talk to professionals about your addiction, your addiction to memes. Yep, it's no secret that our favourite billionaire may have developed a little bit of an obsession with memes recently and that too, memes involving him. Everyone loves having a good laugh and Elon probably is just making sure to keep everyone happy, and it's honestly great to see him make jokes at his expense. Just a few days ago, he blessed us with this piece of art. Oh hi lol pic.twitter.com/9WvbtTHoxS — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 26, 2019 Now, he's posted another meme involving himself and it's honestly the true face of horror. Take a look. Yeah, I lift a little … pic.twitter.com/UAJdv8qSw1 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 6, 2019 First of all, no. second of all, hell no! Why? Why Elon? Why did you make me and about 25 million other people look at this? It's just so disturbing for some reason, I can't explain it. People then replied (and supplied) him with more memes of him. pic.twitter.com/ikQzZClT7I — Lucas thies (@Vefna1) March 6, 2019 Uh no. Why am I turned on. — Boogie2988 (@Boogie2988) March 6, 2019 Yep. pic.twitter.com/c4sMMYEgHV — Ryan (@Ryleger) March 6, 2019 What even? Bro do you even lift? pic.twitter.com/tC3lMQTHWe — Velina Tchakarova (@vtchakarova) March 6, 2019 Cursed image. blessed image — TUCKER (@JERICHO) March 6, 2019
  3. Elon Musk and Mars - the only constant love story we have in our lives. Elon has never shied away from expressing his love for the red planet and his hopes of one day managing to go and live there. We all thought this was a one-sided love story, but we couldn't have been more wrong. Mars also loves Elon back! Both of them have been flirting on Instagram and all I want to say is we finally will get a happy ending in this love story, that too just in time for Valentine's Day. It couldn't have been more perfect, tbh. It all started with Mars rejecting someone because it just wants Elon, of course. I don't want you. Only Elon. https://t.co/NKxpkQQRyf — Mars (@4thFromOurStar) February 8, 2019 Well, we all know Elon's answer to this. I want you too baby https://t.co/Lxi0LQz5rc — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 8, 2019 And thus, a romance blossomed. Then, Mars got right down to business and asked him to come over. Bold move, but it's required. When are you coming over babe? https://t.co/Vw8zjksfWi — Mars (@4thFromOurStar) February 8, 2019 Elon decided to play a little hard to get and asked for some 'hot pics'. Send me hot pics & I'll be right over ð https://t.co/ld2VDbF0Wh — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 9, 2019 How could Mars say no to that? The kiss emoji adds a good touch. ð pic.twitter.com/PvM6Odf19y — Mars (@4thFromOurStar) February 9, 2019 Is that a no nut November joke, Elon? ð thank goodness it's not November https://t.co/ius8kAptiC — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 9, 2019 For real? Kinda does make me wanna ð¥ tbh — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 11, 2019 Okay, so what we've learned right now from this interaction - Elon and Mars like each other, they exchange 'hot pics', and the 'hot pic' makes Elon nut. What an educational day we've had! While everything is good, Pornhub offered him some help with the last part. May I assist you? — Pornhub ARIA (@Pornhub) February 11, 2019
  4. Elon Musk loves memes, who would've thought? He's full of surprises and everyone knows that. A couple of months ago, he asked people on Twitter to send him their dankest memes and everyone came through, well kinda. People took the opportunity to basically troll him and that was also fun. And, how can we forget Elon becoming one of the biggest memes of 2018 when he smoked a joint during a podcast. And now, finally, it looks like it's his turn to be the one roasting or just maybe reviewing memes. Yep, our favourite billionaire tweeted about wanting to host 'Meme Review', a show run by PewDie Pie. He took some help from his famous - or infamous? - flamethrower and tweeted this. Host meme review? pic.twitter.com/k2SFtIUh1k — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019 A collab by Elon Musk and PewDiePie is something we never knew we wanted, but sure as hell need. Obviously, everyone is trying their best to make it happen. $5 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019 You drive a hard bargain, but … ok — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, 2019 Thank you for your contribution, Tesla is now the official car of the meme community. We will drive it with pride. — MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) January 27, 2019 See? Now, this is how you sell cars! Exactly. What a time to be alive! — Jacksepticeye (@Jack_Septic_Eye) January 28, 2019 But, the most important reply came from Pewds himself, of course. â dont shoot please host ð we need this! https://t.co/6l66JTw7Vq — ƿ૯ωá«É¿à«¯Æ¿É¿à«¯ (@pewdiepie) January 27, 2019 He even went as far as making a video reacting to this. Yes, we do need this. Elon Musk could single handedly save us from T-Series — Dr Grandayy (@grandayy) January 27, 2019 Make it happen. We're desperate. — daniel (@DanielSambar) January 27, 2019 We're in the best timeline. What a time to be alive. — TheFatRat (@ThisIsTheFatRat) January 28, 2019 Everyone's invested, literally. I will invest in Tesla stock if you do. — Joey (@TheAn1meMan) January 28, 2019 Please help. Dear Elon, Meme review will only take 10 minutes of your time. LWIAY will only ask for 5. An interview with Gloria Borger on PewNews 20. That is a total of 35 minutes of your undivided attention. Mars can wait. Global warming can wait. PewDiePie cant. Help your people. Thank you. — Jay Lit (@officialjaylit) January 27, 2019 The best timeline. It's easy to let the war, famine, and widespread sadness confuse us. But this post reminds us that we're in a blessed timeline — Michael Reeves (@michaelreeves08) January 27, 2019 Someone really needs to make this happen, we do need this collaboration in our lives.
  5. Elon Musk is pretty active on Twitter and regularly replies to people who tweet to him, but turns out his replies actually help him make more money as well. Yep, who would've thought that just his reply would encourage someone to buy a Tesla? But it's Elon Musk and anything related to him never fails to surprise us. So, this all started back in October when professional Fortnite player Turner 'Tfue' Tenney tweeted to Elon Musk asking if he can help him get better internet. Pretty normal, right? People tweet to each other all the time. Elon even replied to him. Yes — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 15, 2018 But, turns out that simple 'yes' meant a lot to Tfue and he promised to buy a Tesla just because Elon replied. I mean, Elon is a pretty busy person, of course, so it means a lot to get a reply from him. I'm gonna buy a @Tesla now because you replied ðð» — Tfue (@TTfue) October 15, 2018 Fast forward three months and Tfue has lived up to his tweet from October and has bought a Tesla! This car is incredible ðð» @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/pmUR0v3bNk — Tfue (@TTfue) January 15, 2019 He actually did it! I mean, we all know it's a great car and Tfue was probably planning on buying it anyway but with the tweets, it became one hell of a story about a car. The best part, though, is that Elon again replied to him! Does this man just live on Twitter? Glad you like it https://t.co/7FbQc0M9M5 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 15, 2019 But, does this second reply mean Tfue has to buy another car? I hope so, just because it'll be so funny. Moreover, this also has the potential to turn into a new innovative sales strategy where Elon can just sell so many cars by just replying to people on Twitter.
  6. Elon Musk can do a lot of things (I don't even have to give examples, cos no one can even dispute this) but turns out growing facial hair is not one of those things. It's kind of sad that he can make the hair on his head make a comeback but he can't really grow a moustache. Cue the 'you're not ugly, just broke' cliché. © Twitter But, since technology has come so far - much to Chris Evans' dismay - there are other ways to show everyone your capability of growing hair. Yep, Elon used some really advanced technology to give himself a moustache and he was so impressed with the result that he showed it off with his profile picture on Twitter. #NewProfilePic pic.twitter.com/W4xT1ywqjA — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 7, 2019 Haters will say it's photoshop but we should really appreciate how seamless it is. Okay, all jokes aside, that's one hilarious picture and it garnered even more hilarious responses. From 0 to 100 (or 35) real quick? @MafiaCityAds pic.twitter.com/AhgQaZHLT9 — Piores Tirinha Mene (@PioresTM) January 7, 2019 So natural. Fixed! pic.twitter.com/Teka8naPtX — Kevin A. (@FermionicSoup) January 7, 2019 Full props for the photoshop skills. pic.twitter.com/SFpSiTGECj — GuillaumeTC (@GuillaumeTC) January 7, 2019 Desperately needs a monocle. pic.twitter.com/NRma2uX7A9 — WeAreSatÏshi (@sovereignmonkey) January 8, 2019 Uwu? @elonmusk you did it wrong. pic.twitter.com/MtILAkFqXy — Martin { God of Mars } (@martinengwicht) January 7, 2019 Much better, tbh. This seems better. Sometimes better to be kid's hero. pic.twitter.com/y9iBj8B3bh — M.ÇaÄrı EryiÄit® (@mcagrieryigit) January 7, 2019 Honestly, I'm uncomfortable looking at this. If we're talkin new profile pics, hear me out on this one Elon pic.twitter.com/n8fvMwjtY5 — Jð­ (@jj2chill_hill) January 8, 2019 But, moustaches are already great. To: #NewProfilePic BCC: #NikolaTesla #MakeAmericaGreatAgain From: #TeamElon Subject: Make Mustache Great Again :-) pic.twitter.com/XikG1WDexb — ð âðð©ððð¤ ðð¥ð¦ððð (@Reno_Web_Design) January 7, 2019 Perfect. fixed it for ya pic.twitter.com/kkcHPScsiz — FOMOâ¿Y DICK (@FOMOBYDICK) January 7, 2019 This is just weird. pic.twitter.com/RouH4P8Qlx — ®â¿â⸙ââ¡âââââ¡ (@grinder_o) January 8, 2019 One and the same. pic.twitter.com/biY6R165gx — Gagan Rai (@Gaganrai101) January 7, 2019 He sure does. That's Eloníto del Musko, he likes to drink Teslaquila a lot! pic.twitter.com/mhwmv8CRTf — Monika Wojdas® (@MoWo91) January 7, 2019 Is the Italian meme making a comeback? pic.twitter.com/cq7Thfeykv — South of Kevin (@KevPassthewater) January 8, 2019 Never! pic.twitter.com/gpIVoSxgCk — Cyber-Fox â­â­ (@CyberDuret) January 7, 2019 Wait, was this inspired by Ranveer Singh? pic.twitter.com/USz2MgEhTr — VISHNU (@Vishnu__Bala) January 7, 2019 Now he's a pirate? pic.twitter.com/x3hw5jmLSr — Chris Hughes (@WhosChrisHughes) January 7, 2019
  7. I can't stress this enough - 2018 really was the year of the wildest desi-videshi crossovers and it's neverending, there's a new thing every day. We know Elon Musk as our favourite eccentric billionaire and his tweets are almost always great. But, recently his Twitter account started becoming so weird that everyone was questioning whether he was hacked. And, now another tweet is here to make people ask the same question. ð Bajirao Mastani ðhttps://t.co/XbmDpiyfOP pic.twitter.com/DZyV6S7TJZ — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 21, 2018 I never, in a million years, thought Elon Musk out of all the people would be a closeted Bollywood fan, but here we are. It's 2018 and it's full of surprises. I really want to know the reason behind this sudden love of his for Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, and 'Bajirao Mastani'. Is it because it has been three years since the movie came out and he's celebrating the anniversary? Is it Elon's way of congratulating DeepVeer on their wedding? Is Elon living up to his 'high' meme? What is it, man? You can't just shock the entire country like this and not even give an explanation! Btw, if you want to be like Elon and listen to the same song, here you go! Half the people in the replies are as confused as I am and the other half are embracing this newly-out Bollywood fanboy. pic.twitter.com/K1VoFxzvoN — akki (@activeakki) December 21, 2018 Best reply, tbh. Elonrao Musktani? — Animesh (@animesh_61912) December 21, 2018 Yep. Indian fans be like.. pic.twitter.com/NFoAqYvFvN — Naman Mehta (@nmnmehta258) December 21, 2018 Exactly. pic.twitter.com/c19BlOJLKh — Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) December 21, 2018 See? Someone gets it! pic.twitter.com/RA3hjewTkP — Ami̢ͬtÍͦÌÍ® (@stillwrinkled) December 21, 2018 Yogi approves. .@elonmusk pic.twitter.com/b2BHvrlSyz — InGenious (@Bees_Kut) December 21, 2018 Thanks, Elon. Aapne ye tweet krke Bundelkhand ki is najyaz beti ko sindoor jitna jayaz bana diya pic.twitter.com/te4kOvoj5a — Rimo (@tastysterone) December 21, 2018 No, it's on Mars. Now you will get invitation for their next wedding reception which they are planning on the moon. — Rishabh (@jokebazz) December 21, 2018
  8. The whole world knows about Elon Musk and his obsession with Mars. While he hopes to travel to Mars someday, NASA's InSight lander successfully touched down yesterday, after completing a 6-month long journey. InSight was launched on May 5 and travelled approximately 480 million kms before landing on the surface of Mars. Have you ever seen a spacecraft spread its solar wings? @NASAInSight will need to perform the critical task of deploying its solar arrays to power the mission. We expect to get data confirmation this evening. About the #MarsLanding milestones: https://t.co/vnmkKY2MUs pic.twitter.com/3Wx1mvRFvD — NASA (@NASA) November 27, 2018 After its touch down, NASA tweeted this picture with the caption "Wish you were here! @NASAInSight sent home its first photo after #MarsLanding: InSight's view is a flat, smooth expanse called Elysium Planitia, but its workspace is below the surface, where it will study Mars' deep interior." ð¸ Wish you were here! @NASAInSight sent home its first photo after #MarsLanding: InSight's view is a flat, smooth expanse called Elysium Planitia, but its workspace is below the surface, where it will study Mars' deep interior. pic.twitter.com/3EU70jXQJw — NASA (@NASA) November 26, 2018 Soon after, the first clear photo of the planet was relayed to Earth by the Mars Odyssey orbiter, "Our Mars Odyssey orbiter phoned home, relaying news from @NASAInSight indicating its solar panels are open & collecting sunlight on the Martian surface. Also in the dispatch: this snapshot from the lander's arm showing the instruments in their new home." Our Mars Odyssey orbiter phoned home, relaying news from @NASAInSight indicating its solar panels are open & collecting sunlight on the Martian surface. Also in the dispatch: this snapshot from the lander's arm showing the instruments in their new home: https://t.co/WygR5X2Px4 pic.twitter.com/UwzBsu8BNe — NASA (@NASA) November 27, 2018 Since then, NASA has been posting pictures on social media of the planet and the spacecraft opening its solar panels, through which it can recharge its batteries. Aaah...soaking up the Sun with my solar panels. ð After a long flight, and thrilling #MarsLanding, it feels great to get a good stretch and recharge my batteries. (Like, literally.) It's just what I'll need to really start getting in tune with #Mars. https://t.co/yse3VEst3G pic.twitter.com/LpsiI0KNNz — NASAInSight (@NASAInSight) November 27, 2018 These pictures and a few more that are expected to be relayed back in the following days, will surely excite Musk and everyone else, who want to travel to Mars or want to explore the red planet in detail. InSight will now begin its two-year mission as the first spacecraft designed to explore the deep interior of another world. Technology truly is developing at a speed 10x faster than Usain Bolt. We can't believe we are looking at the surface of one planet, while sipping tea sitting on a bean bag in another planet.
  9. When you think of Elon Musk, the first word that probably comes to your mind is Mars. The guy is obsessed with that planet and we all know he hopes to go there one day. Actually, he doesn't just hope, he knows he'll be going to Mars one day and if anyone can make that happen, it's Elon himself. Talking about this to Axios, he named the odds – a 70% chance – that he will live long enough to ride one of his SpaceX rockets and explore the red planet. But, there's a catch; even with the chance of him going to Mars is so high, there's also a “good chance” of him not surviving. He said, “We've recently made a number of breakthroughs that I... am just really fired up about.” With excitement, he said, “I'm talking about moving there.” However, he's not dumb, obviously, and is fully aware of all the risks involved in such a project. He went on, “Your probability of dying on Mars is much higher than on Earth. There's a good chance of death.” When, or if, he expects to work “nonstop to build the base” he said, “There will not be much time for leisure. And even after doing all this, it's a very harsh environment. So … there's a good chance you die there.We think you can come back but we're not sure. Now, does that sound like an escape hatch for rich people?” But, he's not one to back down. He said, “There's lots of people who climb mountains. People die on Mount Everest all the time. They still like doing it for the challenge.” But, dying in space or upon arriving at the red planet is not the first issue people will have to deal with. Turns out, almost all of won't even be able to afford this journey of a lifetime as the ticket to Mars would easily cost a couple hundred thousand dollars. So, if anyone wants to go to Mars with Elon Musk, they should probably start saving up now.
  10. The Tesla Roadster that Elon Musk launched a few months ago, has now crossed Mars after travelling in deep space for 8 months. The roadster was launched on a Falcon Heavy in February, has made its way beyond Mars and is now going to get back on its current path. © Twitter The mission was sent using Musk's personal Tesla into space with a spacesuit-equipped dummy in the driver's seat and David Bowie's "Space Oddity" playing on loop. The car also has a 5D quartz storage device that can withstand the harsh environment of space. According to WhereIsRoadster.com, the car is currently around 179 million miles from Earth and is moving at a pace of 35,000 mph. The test flight of the Falcon Heavy marked the start of the world's most powerful rocket and it has the ability to send a 140,700-pound payload into low Earth orbit. © YouTube The Roadster will come within a few hundred kilometres of our planet in 2091, as it has resumed its current path to orbit the Sun. SpaceX used the roadster for the test payload in part, because they deemed it fun. As part of NASA's Commercial Crew program, SpaceX will be sending astronauts to the International Space Station. Starman's current location. Next stop, the restaurant at the end of the universe. pic.twitter.com/Ty5m8IjJpE — SpaceX (@SpaceX) November 3, 2018 In the future, SpaceX will be using the Falcon Heavy to send larger satellites into Earth's orbit and on missions to Mars. The second test launch of the rocker is scheduled for 2019 and the payload is currently not known. "Starman's current location. Next stop, the restaurant at the end of the universe," SpaceX wrote on Twitter, referring to the second book in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
  11. I don't know what timeline we're living in right now because everything is just so damn weird. The biggest proof of all of us being in the wrong timeline is honestly Elon Musk and his Twitter account. He's known for sometimes posting a lot of cryptic tweets but these days, his tweets are just straight up bizarre and totally out of character. ið¤anime — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 22, 2018 Um. And I own a chibi Wolverine — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 22, 2018 I wasn't the only one who thought it was weird. Twitter thought I got hacked & locked my account haha — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 23, 2018 Now, this Elon from some alternate dimension asked people on Twitter to send him their 'dankest memes'. Send me ur dankest memes!! — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 25, 2018 And, that was just the beginning. When an opportunity presents itself, you need to grab it and that's exactly what people did. They started replying with a lot of dank memes of, wait for it, Elon himself. Roasting and trolling is an everyday thing on Twitter and this was the perfect chance to roast Elon and people did not disappoint. That's a good one. how's this pic.twitter.com/rJUVIu7NTF — Klippenstein's monster (@kenklippenstein) October 25, 2018 Ugh, kids. not even 420 yet smh kids these days https://t.co/8SnixDZ97Q — Katherine Krueger (@kath_krueger) October 25, 2018 That picture is the funniest thing ever. pic.twitter.com/CwSsFccu7S — Bennett M. Coughlan (@BennettCoughlan) October 25, 2018 Spot on. i got u fam pic.twitter.com/6JJExCfuAe — ð»low voter turnoutð (@JordanUhl) October 25, 2018 Great idea! @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/j3tOrwRN5e — c0da (@c0da13) October 25, 2018 Okay, then. pic.twitter.com/OzCNIYHbaq — Sands (@GNTMSands) October 25, 2018 Just do it! WE LOVE YOU ELON pic.twitter.com/G4Q92s1PHH — StockTwits (@StockTwits) October 25, 2018 Four in one. pic.twitter.com/epdNLv42KZ — Hari Haran (@haritvsmurali) October 26, 2018 The new Drake meme? pic.twitter.com/R2mq7TIQo7 — Toto - Africa (@Totosabee) October 26, 2018 Good photoshop, tho. pic.twitter.com/LogAz7j2P2 — yung charluv (@Charluvv) October 26, 2018 That's brutal. pic.twitter.com/HMPLqrGO2l — poppin' fresh (@viceroooy) October 26, 2018 It's him! Here you go! pic.twitter.com/tkCnTASRsh — Harley (@TheHuxLee) October 26, 2018
  12. SpaceX is planning to launch a tourist on a trip around the moon, and the company said it will reveal the person's identity during a September 17 event. The company's announcement came tonight via Twitter, and it included a rendering of the spaceship that will make the voyage: the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR). The BFR is SpaceX's newest rocket, a super powerful launch vehicle with 31 engines and the capacity to lift 150 tons into space. SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle—an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space. Find out who's flying and why on Monday, September 17. pic.twitter.com/64z4rygYhk — SpaceX (@SpaceX) September 14, 2018 "SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle," the company said, adding that it will be "an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space," SpaceX said. While the Falcon family of reusable boosters is currently flying, the reusable Saturn BFR has not yet been launched to orbit. Further, the company said, “Only 24 humans have been to the Moon in history. No one has visited since the last Apollo mission in 1972”. © SpaceX In February 2018, the space company had declared that it would send two space tourists by the end of 2018. The names of those two tourists - and how much they intended to pay- were never revealed. Musk's hopes of one day flying to Mars rest with the BFR performance, which he hopes will be ready to blast off for the red planet in 2022. SpaceX is valued at US$ 28 billion making it the third highly backed startup in the country. The company has also bagged a contract to ferry American astronauts to the International Space Station. © SpaceX SpaceX holds NASA contracts valued at more than US$ 2 billion for 20 space station resupply flights, and a US$ 2.6 billion contract with the space agency to build and launch a piloted version of its Dragon capsule. Boeing is also hard at work on its crew vehicle, with pioneering flights planned for 2019 as well. Only 24 people in history have ever been to the Moon. © SpaceX Musk's SpaceX and Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic are among companies that are attempting to commercialize space travel. Musk says the BFR will eventually replace SpaceX's existing lineup of rockets, which are currently used for missions.
  13. Elon Musk is one of the coolest people out there, no one can disagree on this, and you know I'm right. And, since he's our favourite eccentric billionaire (I've used this phrase a billion times and I will keep saying it until I die), everything he does is automatically more interesting. Case in point, a recent podcast he did with Joe Rogan, where he talked to the YouTuber for a couple of hours while drinking whiskey and smoking pot. Yep, he was live on-air smoking marijuana, but don't worry, it was totally legal. © YouTube In a wide-ranging interview for the Joe Rogan Experience, he mostly talked about plans for electric planes. After Tesla's success, it does make sense to expand in the electric vehicles and obviously planes are the next thing. Go big or go home! He said, “I have a design for a plane. Electric cars are important, solar energy is important, stationary storage of energy is important. These things are much more important than creating electric supersonic VTOL.” He also described our addiction to fossil fuels as the “the dumbest experiment in human history.” Joe then offered him the joint after a long discussion about the plane and obviously, his first reaction was 'It's legal, right?' © YouTube Elon also explained that he's “not a regular smoker of weed” because he “doesn't find it very good for productivity.” “It's like a cup of coffee in reverse,” he added. Wow, that's one of the best description I've heard. He went on to say, “I've thought about this quite a lot, quite a lot. The trick is that you have to transition to level flight. The thing you'd use for vertical takeoff and landing is not suitable for high speed flight.” ”The interesting thing about an electric plane is that you want to go as high as possible, but you need a certain energy density in the battery pack, because you have to overcome gravitational potential energy. Once you've overcome gravitational potential energy and you're at a high altitude, the energy you use in cruise is very low, and then you can recapture a large part of your gravitational potential energy on the way down. So you really don't need any kind of reserve fuel,” he added. © YouTube Talking about himself, he said, “I don't think you'd necessarily want to be me. I don't think people would like it that much.” He also added that the inside of his head is like “a never-ending explosion” with ideas bouncing around all the time, he said, adding that he finds it “very hard to turn his brain off.” Stressing on the need of sustainable energy, he said, “We're really playing a crazy game here with the atmosphere and the oceans. We're taking vast amounts of carbon from deep underground and putting this, putting this in the atmosphere, this is crazy. We should not do this. It's very dangerous. We should accelerate the transition to sustainable energy. I mean the bizarre thing is that obviously we're going to run out of oil in the long term. There's only so much oil we can mine and burn. That's totally logical, we must have a sustainable energy transport and energy infrastructure in the long term. So, we know that's the end point, we know that. So why run this crazy experiment where we take trillions of tons of carbon from underground and put it in the atmosphere and oceans. This is an insane experiment. It's the dumbest experiment in human history. Why are we doing this, it's crazy.” © YouTube To this, Joe asked, “So we're fucked?” Elon simply replied, “No we're not fucked. But the momentum to sustainable energy is too slow.” Here's the full podcast.
  14. Elon Musk has apologised for calling a British caver who helped rescue 12 Thai boys from a cave a "pedo", retracting a comment that had drawn widespread outrage and briefly sent shares in Tesla tumbling. Photo: AFP WASHINGTON: Elon Musk has...
  15. Elon Musk, everyone's favourite eccentric billionaire, is out here using his wealth and his extraordinary brain for a good cause. Just imagine if everyone in the world was like that, jumping in and using their resources and privilege to help someone out. Right now, everyone is just waiting for the safe return of all the Thai kids and their coach who're stuck inside a cave due to floods. But, just praying and talking about it isn't enough and Elon understood that and immediately got to work doing what he does best – building something to help with the rescue mission. Elon has been keeping the world in the loop with all the progress with his 'kid-size submarine' and all the tests he did before sending it to Thailand. SpaceX & Boring Co engineers headed to Thailand tomorrow to see if we can be helpful to govt. There are probably many complexities that are hard to appreciate without being there in person. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 6, 2018 Continue to be amazed by the bravery, resilience & tenacity of kids & diving team in Thailand. Human character at its best. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 7, 2018 Mini-sub arriving in about 17 hours. Hopefully useful. If not, perhaps it will be in a future situation. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 8, 2018 And, he posted a video doing a test. Simulating maneuvering through a narrow passage pic.twitter.com/2z01Ut3vxJ — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 9, 2018 And, then here's the last update he gave about his Wild Boar. Just returned from Cave 3. Mini-sub is ready if needed. It is made of rocket parts & named Wild Boar after kids' soccer team. Leaving here in case it may be useful in the future. Thailand is so beautiful. pic.twitter.com/EHNh8ydaTT — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 9, 2018 He posted a video on his Instagram account as well. Just got back from Cave 3 A post shared by Elon Musk (@elonmusk) on Jul 9, 2018 at 2:43pm PDT While it seems like Elon's heart was in the right place – or maybe he just wanted to gain some publicity - rescue mission head Narongsak Osotthanakorn said the submarine wasn't practical, even though it was appreciated. He said, “Even though their equipment is technologically sophisticated, it doesn't fit with our mission to go in the cave. The equipment they brought to help us is not practical with our mission.” Well, it's his rescue mission, he would obviously know the best thing to do but at least Elon bothered enough to actually fly down and do everything he can, that's also worth something.