Elon Musk, the highly influential and often controversial entrepreneur behind world-leading companies such as electric car brand Tesla and space exploration giant SpaceX, has gained a reputation across the globe for his willingly-divulged opinions and insights into his mind, which are often posted via the medium of Twitter.
Musk is no stranger to controversy; In August of 2019, Musk tweeted, "Nuke Mars," reiterating a strange sentiment he expressed whilst guesting on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in 2015. At the time, Musk claimed to believe that sending a nuclear warhead to the deserted planet could warm its temperature, therefore potentially making it habitable.
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