Elon Musk has charisma, but he is also eccentric.
When Tesla’s (TSLA) CEO makes showy boasts and booming declarations on Twitter, his preferred communication platform where he has amassed more than 101.6 million followers as of the time of writing, it may be difficult to tell whether he is serious.
When Elon Musk claims that people would be able to live and be self-sufficient on Mars in twenty to thirty years, is he being provocative or is he just ambitious?
In response to a query on the anticipated timescale for developing a self-sustaining society on Mars, Musk stated on July 15 that it would take 20 to 30 years from the first human landing assuming launch rate growth was exponential. The millionaire said, “Assumes transferring 100k each meetup and 1M total persons needed.
Elon Musk Even Conversed With His Virtual Clone
The history of outrageous assertions made by the world’s richest man has frequently demonstrated that he truly means what he says. This was the situation when he polled Twitter followers in November about whether or not he ought to sell 10% of his Tesla stock. He continued by saying that, regardless of the poll’s outcome, he will follow it.
More than 3.5 million people voted in the survey, with approximately 58 percent supporting the share sale. A few days later, Musk revealed that he had sold $5 billion worth of Tesla stock in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Just now, the serial entrepreneur said something startling. Elon Musk does indeed claim to have previously downloaded his memories into a computer.
Billy Markus, one of the co-creators of the meme currency Dogecoin, with whom Musk frequently communicates on Twitter, launched the initial dialogue. A prototype of the Optimus would be available by the end of the year, the billionaire had announced in January, and Tesla intended to start selling it in 2023.