The world’s richest man, SpaceX and Tesla owner Elon Musk wants to make the human species a polyglot. That is a species that can survive on planets other than Earth. For this, Musk’s first choice is Mars, whereby in 2050 he has made a plan to settle the entire human settlement. Elon Musk has many arguments for this plan. Recently, he wrote on Twitter that if the human species is to be saved from extinction, then it has to be made polyglot.
The whole matter started with a report. Twitter user @Rainmaker1973 shared a Phys.org report on Twitter. The report says that the history of life on Earth has witnessed five mass biodiversity extinction events, largely due to natural events. Today, many experts warn that a sixth mass extinction crisis is on the way, this time entirely attributable to human activities.
100% chance of extinction of ‘all’ species
Elon Musk is very active on social media. Commenting below this report, he wrote that unless we make the human species polyglot, there is a hundred per cent chance that ‘all’ species may become extinct due to the expansion of the Sun. This is not the first time Musk has warned of the end of the world. Earlier, the American billionaire businessman has also expressed his concern over the global population due to the declining birth rate.
Animals to be part of Musk’s ‘world’
Elon Musk, the richest man on earth and the CEO of Tesla, dreams of taking humans to Mars. His passion for Mars is not hidden from anyone. Often in his tweet statements, he keeps making predictions about his mission. But not only humans will be a part of Elon Musk’s settled world on Mars, but he also wants other creatures to visit the Red Planet. Recently, he revealed this in his interview with Time Magazine.
Warning of stepping on Mars in five years
Elon Musk has been voted ‘Person of the Year’ for 2021 by Time magazine. In his interview with the magazine, Musk said, ‘I aim to make life ‘poly planet’ and make humanity capable of space travel. The biggest thing is to build a safe and strong city on Mars and take the animals and creatures of the earth there.’ Asked about the timeline for taking Earth’s species to Mars, Musk said, “I would be surprised if we don’t step on Mars in the next five years.”