Elon’s been a bad, mad boy.
If you’re into Porsches and Legos, this cool new video of the Porsche Speed Champions Lego sets is a must watch.
Over a month ago, we wrote about Elon Musk announcing that he was going to send his Tesla Roadster into orbit. The man, who has an affinity to do the extreme, will now be launching his car, strapped to Space X’s Falcon Heavy rocket…in a few hours.
SpaceX’s rocket, the Falcon Heavy.
It’s one thing to send a rocket into space; it’s another to send a car into space. When SpaceX founder, Elon Musk, tweeted that he would be sending his cherry red Tesla Roadster into orbit around Mars, many thought it was a joke by the eccentric billionaire. But SpaceX has confirmed its CEO has plans to attach his roadster to the company’s Falcon Heavy rocket. It is rumoured that this will happen in January 2018 when Falcon Heavy takes off on its maiden voyage.
Denmark, a country that has prided itself for being at the forefront of renewable energy, is no longer in love with electric cars, and that is official. Data compiled by the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) shows sales of electric vehicles, including plug-in hybrids, has fallen by a whopping 60.5% for the first quarter of this year, a rate of free-fall that must have bought a tear or two to the eyes of Elon Musk.
Just this week, a report carried by most of the world’s press quoted Elon Musk, the founder of various things including Tesla and Space X, as suggesting that the Earth is just a simulation from some alien’s video game. Of course this has led me to surmise that he said this because he is indeed one of those aliens playing the game.