The Tesla TESLA electric car has been under siege in China lately, first with allegations of alleged spying and then with claims of brake failure. But Tesla’s founder, Elon Musk, seems unfazed. His thoughts have flown to the sky, planning to create a “multi-planet species civilization”.
Musk tweeted a video of his own speech on Friday (April 23). “It’s been almost half a century since the last time humans were on the moon, which is too long, and we need to get back there,” he said.
“We need to have a permanent base there, a big, permanently occupied, lunar base, and then build a city on Mars and become a spacefaring civilization. We don’t want to be one of those single planetary species, we want to be a multi-planetary species.”
An existential crisis
Not long ago, Elon Musk retweeted an interview with him by someone else, in which he talked about how he had doubts about life as a child and later figured it out: “I used to be very curious about the meaning of life. I had an existential crisis when I was 11 or 12 years old. I came to the conclusion that we don’t know the answer. But if we increase the height and breadth of civilization, we have a better chance of understanding the meaning of life.
Chip implanted in the brain
In addition to inventing Paypal for online transactions and the Tesla electric car, Musk has made progress with his company’s development of chip-implanted brain technology: Elon Musk revealed that a monkey was implanted with a microchip by one of his startups and will then play video games with its own mind, according to Newsmax News on February 1. Musk added, “If you know someone with a broken neck, a broken spine, we can fix that with a chip.”
Starlink can resist blocking the net
Elon Musk has long turned his attention to space, and he is deploying his Starlink program, which could bring huge changes in communications to the people of Earth, and in particular, could overturn the network blockade. When the deployment is complete, his Starlink in space to provide super communication facilities for the people of Earth, according to the introduction, only a small acceptance “pot” can be borderless communication or browsing…
3 trips to the space station
In addition, his space exploration company, SpaceX, has developed rocket recovery technology that has significantly reduced the cost of human space travel. His Dragon spacecraft sent four astronauts to the International Space Station on April 23, one day after its launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It was the third such mission for SpaceX since the U.S. resumed manned spaceflight.
Starships Moon Mars
On April 16, Nasa announced that it has selected the Starship spacecraft being developed by Musk’s SpaceX to send the next U.S. astronaut to the moon for the first time since 1972.
SpaceX is developing a reusable “starship” that can carry large numbers of people and cargo for long-distance space travel and can land vertically. The prototype rocket is currently being tested in Texas, and so far all four attempts to fly have ended in explosions. But Musk is known for not being afraid of failure.
NASA wants to return to the moon and establish a space station in lunar orbit as a lasting foothold to test new technologies and pave the way for a manned mission to Mars.