Elon Musk takes advantage of the G20 to expose his ideas on space

 

Whimsical billionaire Elon Musk stepped out of his Twitter office to don his gala outfit to give his vision of the future, including aliens, deep tunnels and tourist rocket travel.

Elon Musk wears a shirt of Indonesian batik origin, the owner of Tesla, SpaceX, and now Twitter appeared on video Monday, Nov. 14 to address business leaders gathered in Bali on the sidelines of the G20 summit.

In the screen only his face and hands were visible on a black screen.

“We had a power failure three minutes before this call. That’s why I’m completely in the dark,” he explained to Indonesian tycoon Anindya Bakrie who was moderating the discussion.

It was strange that the billionaire was not present in Bali, but Elon Musk has an answer for everything. In addition to humour, he explained that “his workload has recently increased a lot” after his takeover of the social networking giant.

Elon Musk did not spread out more explanations on his controversial acquisition, which has notably led to the dismissal of thousands of employees and the introduction of a subscription-based version.

At most, the billionaire said he favoured developing a video on Twitter and monetizing content for creators.

The platform, Twitter aside, the conversation turned instead to tunnels dug deep to fight traffic jams, crossing the world in a rocket in less than an hour and the discovery of alien life in space.

“Maybe we will find alien civilizations or discover civilizations that existed millions of years ago,” he said.

The Tesla electric car boss went on to gush the benefits of tunnels over flying cars to combat traffic congestion.

“Electric vehicles and tunnels are an answer to the worst possible congestion in any city because you can add as many deep layers as you want until the congestion is resolved,” he said.

Elon Musk was very diplomatic and gave his “optimistic” view of Indonesia’s future as a developing country; the conversation mainly focused on his original and bold perspectives for the future of the Earth.

The Indonesian government invited Musk to use Indonesia as a launch site for his SpaceX rocket, highlighting the advantages of a location near the equator.

Currently, Elon Musk is the wealthiest man in the world, and he said he wants to see the development of rocket launch bases around the world that would allow people to travel “to the other side of the world” at 20 times the speed of sound. “I think it would open up the world if you could travel anywhere in less than an hour,” he said.

But for all his bold dreams about the future, the entrepreneur couldn’t help but joke that he is at the mercy of the planet’s energy whims. “I’m just watching this video, and it’s so weird. I’m sitting here in the dark surrounded by candles,” he laughed.

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Elon Musk takes advantage of the G20 to expose his ideas on space

  Whimsical billionaire Elon Musk stepped out of his Twitter office to don his gala outfit to give his vision of the future, including aliens, deep tunnels and tourist rocket travel. Elon Musk wears a shirt of Indonesian batik origin, the owner of Tesla, SpaceX, and now Twitter appeared on video Monday, Nov. 14 to address business leaders gathered in Bali on the sidelines of the G20 summit. In the screen only his face and hands were visible on a black screen. "We had a power failure three minutes before this call. That's why I'm completely in the dark," he explained to Indonesian tycoon Anindya Bakrie who was moderating the discussion. It was strange that the billionaire was not present in Bali, but Elon Musk has an answer for everything. In addition to humour, he explained that "his workload has recently increased a lot" after his takeover of the social networking giant. Elon Musk did not spread out more explanations on his controversial acquisition, which has notably led to the dismissal of thousands of employees and the introduction of a subscription-based version. At most, the billionaire said he favoured developing a video on Twitter and monetizing content for creators. The platform, Twitter aside, the conversation turned instead to tunnels dug deep to fight traffic jams, crossing the world in a rocket in less than an hour and the discovery of alien life in space. "Maybe we will find alien civilizations or discover civilizations that existed millions of years ago," he said. The Tesla electric car boss went on to gush the benefits of tunnels over flying cars to combat traffic congestion. "Electric vehicles and tunnels are an answer to the worst possible congestion in any city because you can add as many deep layers as you want until the congestion is resolved," he said. Elon Musk was very diplomatic and gave his "optimistic" view of Indonesia's future as a developing country; the conversation mainly focused on his original and bold perspectives for the future of the Earth. The Indonesian government invited Musk to use Indonesia as a launch site for his SpaceX rocket, highlighting the advantages of a location near the equator. Currently, Elon Musk is the wealthiest man in the world, and he said he wants to see the development of rocket launch bases around the world that would allow people to travel "to the other side of the world" at 20 times the speed of sound. "I think it would open up the world if you could travel anywhere in less than an hour," he said. But for all his bold dreams about the future, the entrepreneur couldn't help but joke that he is at the mercy of the planet's energy whims. "I'm just watching this video, and it's so weird. I'm sitting here in the dark surrounded by candles," he laughed.
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