U.S. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk recently made a grim assessment of the future prospects facing future Colonists on Mars, predicting that “a lot of people could die in the first place,” RT 24 reported.
On the 22nd, Musk announced a $100 million “carbon removal project” at a live event with Dr. Peter Demandis in Florida. The conversation quickly turned to the possibility of future colonization of Mars, which Musk warned was not “an escape route for the rich.”
Damandis believes that the first colonists on Mars will go down in history, which is a huge attraction for many people. Musk replied flatly, “You probably won’t, it’s going to be uncomfortable, you may not be able to eat good food, all these things, you know.” ”
Musk laid out the reality that any brave pathfinder should expect, describing the Mars settlement as “dangerous, uncomfortable, a long journey that you may not come back alive, but it’s a glorious adventure and a wonderful experience.” ”
“If it’s a difficult and dangerous journey, you probably won’t come back alive, but it’s a glorious adventure, it sounds fascinating, and Mars is such a place,” Musk said. This is an advertisement for Mars. ”
Despite the risks, Mr. Demandis said, Mr. Musk could have thousands even without millions of volunteers. In response, Musk replied unabashedly, “Honestly, there could be a lot of people dying in the first place.” You know, skiing there is not easy. However, he immediately added, “We’re not going to force anyone to go, we’re just going to let volunteers go.” ”
Earlier, Musk tweeted, “If we make life more planetary, maybe one day some plants and animals on Earth will be extinct, but they will still survive on Mars.” ”