Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Inc. and SpaceX, intends to construct 100 starships each year and carry one million people to Mars by 2050.
He estimates that close to a million people are required on Mars to provide a sufficient population for the tasks required to thrive on the planet.
Musk has called for the construction of over a thousand starships to transport humans to Mars, reflecting this attitude.
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Lex Fridman, a popular YouTuber, inquired as to what exists beyond our cosmos and if it is conceivable for humans to travel into outer space. Musk responded by discussing increasing our awareness and answering these questions.
What’s outside our universe? Is it possible for humans to ever know this? Can a video game character ever learn of what’s outside the game?
I’m eating an apple outside 7 eleven at 4:40am, pondering this.
Who am I and why am I here?
— Lex Fridman (@lexfridman) June 5, 2022
That is why we must expand the scope & scale of consciousness – so that we may learn the answers to these questions— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 5, 2022
Musk also discussed mankind and his ability to create life on multi-planet by delivering life to Mars.
Some hate humanity, but I love humanity so much— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 5, 2022
When a Twitter user inquired about Musk’s intentions, he suggested building at least one thousand starships to transport humans to Mars.
So what’s the plan
— Matthew Baier (@baierm588) June 5, 2022
Musk also provided a presentation from SpaceX, which he discussed last week.
More than 60K people liked Musk idea
Deck from SpaceX all-hands update talk I gave last week pic.twitter.com/ApsdPjjukh— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 5, 2022