(Hank Berrien) On Monday, Elon Musk’s electric car company Tesla was chosen to join the S&P 500, and in after-hour trading its stocks closed at $408.09 at 6 p.m. That enabled Musk’s net worth to zoom to $117.5 billion, according to Bloomberg, putting Musk on the verge of leapfrogging Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and becoming the third richest person in the world, only trailing Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Microsoft’s Bill Gates.
(RT) SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk has said that neither he nor his family will likely take future coronavirus vaccines even when they are readily available, saying the pandemic has “diminished [his] faith in humanity.”
(Hank Berrien) On Sunday morning, Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave an indication of how fed-up he is with the leftist governance of his home state of California, apparently urging followers on Twitter to join the conservatives of America as he tweeted succinctly, “Take the red pill.”
(Jim Hoft) Over the weekend technology entrepreneur and industrial designer Elon Musk announced he will move his Tesla plant to Texas or Nevada after the Alameda County California interim health official closed his plant due to the coronavirus.
(Dafna Tachover) Companies and governments have plans to launch approximately 50,000 satellites to provide 5G and Wi-Fi services everywhere on Earth. Elon Musk’s SpaceX is leading these efforts with its planned deployment of 42,000 Starlink satellites and its goal of establishing a global network.
(Paul Joseph Watson) Tesla CEO suggests lockdown isn’t saving lives.
(Spiro Skouras) In this exclusive interview, Spiro is joined by David Icke. Spiro and David discuss the ongoing coronavirus crisis. David explains how the public is being manipulated by the system in perhaps the greatest psychological operation in history, as medical and government officials admit the numbers have been inflated.
On February 27, at the US Air Force Association’s “Air Warfare Symposium”, Space X founder Elon Musk posed the question, “How do we make Starfleet real?” and he proposed reusable rockets as “absolutely fundamental” for the newly created Space Force. Musk’s aggressive lobbying of reusable rocket propulsion technologies for future space exploration ignores increasing evidence […]
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