Science reporter Shannon Stirone said that when it comes to the “unrealistic” Mars colonization issue, SpaceX founder Elon Musk “absolutely entered space” and cited how many of the red planets have killed humans. Kind of way.
“The Atlantic Weekly” author said: “You can choose between boiling blood, breathe like a can of soda, die of muscle degradation, freeze to death. You can name it, there are many options.” Article “Mars It̵
Musk said in December that he is still “full of confidence” that SpaceX will land humans on Mars in 2026, adding that this is a goal that can be achieved “about six years from now.”
According to CNET, Musk said in this year’s club meeting: “The important thing is that we establish Mars as a self-sustaining civilization.”
In an interview with CNBC’s “Shepard Smith News”, Strina said that the reason for human eagerness to rush to the Red Planet is culture and science fiction, but Musk’s motivation is fundamentally driven by “colonial views.” of.
“Different from him [Musk] It is not driven by the scientific motivation to discover and search for truth, but a kind of colonization, imperialism, property value, dominant factors, which I think is terrible. ”
SpaceX has not yet responded to CNBC’s request for comment.