Elon Musk, the Cheif Executive Officer of Tesla.
Elon Musk has reason to be on cloud nine. His rocket firm SpaceX won the green light from the Los Angeles civic authorities to build a research and manufacturing plant for its deep-space Starship project in the city’s port.
His Tesla is making him a lot richer. A dramatic stock rally has spiralled the value of his stake in the electric car maker to $30 billion.
However what must have sounded weird, nay bizarre, to the fans of the tech tycoon is his admission that he “is a 3,000-year-old vampire.” Move over Twilight’s Robert Pattinson: you have competition here.
According to a report in an Indian TV channel, a Twitter user shared a photograph of Canadian fighter pilot Raymond Collishaw, who was born over a hundred years ago and looked very much like Musk. He asked: “Have you considered time travel to save time, Chosen One? Also why were you in Canada in 1914, why was your name Raymond Collishaw and why was your occupation ace fighter-pilot?”
It was then that Musk delivered a smart sally: “Full disclosure, I’m actually a 3,000-year-old vampire. It’s such a trial assuming all these false identities over the centuries!” he wrote.
Musk’s claims of being a vampire have not surprised some in the Twitter world, though, who say they knew about it.
Three years ago, Musk had claimed he was a time traveller.
Elon Musk is building floating spaceports at least 35 km from the coastline that would be used for launching starship rockets to the Moon, Mars, and even hypersonic travel around Earth.
The SpaceX CEO aired his opinions on aliens and UFOs in a discussion, saying ‘I wouldn’t be surprised if out there in our galaxy and others that there are a whole bunch of dead civilisations … that prospered for a while but then gradually their civilisations collapsed.’
With just five weeks to go until the US presidential election, Elon Musk is still an undecided voter. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO offered up a cagey answer when asked if he would be voting for Donald Trump.
The Ministry of Interior stated through its social platforms that the two people were arrested and the stolen vehicle they used was recovered, noting that they were citizens, and it was found that they had committed similar crimes.
As journalists were leaving the room after the event, a reporter from Fox News, the favorite channel of conservatives, asked whether inflation is a political liability.
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Chairman of the Sharjah Media Council, witnessed the premiere of ‘Narratives of the Place’ (Sard Al Makan) at Al Majaz Amphitheatre, Sharjah, on Tuesday.
The Sharjah Executive Council (SEC) valued the achievements made under the leadership and patronage of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, during the last fifty years that contributed to the advancement of the Emirate