At a time when we are struggling against the ever-powerful pandemic, Musk is expected to qualify the distressing phase by resorting to undefined calibre which he recalled reportedly on May 17.
The soaring POS
If you go by his decision of rocket launch hovering over bleak weather conditions, it might come out being pretty worse in reality. But again, when you consider such purpose being entertained by NASA who encouraged the idea of putting astronauts in a rocket built entirely by a private company, the only reason stems from the fact that SpaceX has however proven its stand in terms of huge reliability, moderate price, besides turning out to be functionally efficient.
The indomitable position
Well, Elon Musk has however in his insolent, explosive fame come to prove that the sole initiative wasn’t just impossible in the first attempt. And you cant simply negate that.
Then comes the present moment when the American economy continues to leap towards recession amidst the outbreak contradicted by an evident indication that great things can be undoubtedly achieved by humans in the future. It can be recalled in Musk’s statement who upheld his perception claiming that the territory has provided him with immense possibilities for a successful venture as he said, “America is still the land of opportunity more than any other place, for sure. There is definitely no other country where I could have done this—immigrant or not.”
Reflecting upon his previous tweets about Covid-19 projections, he admitted his erroneous forecast saying, “It’s not like I stand by all the tweets I’ve ever done. Some of them were definitely extremely dumb. On balance, the good outweighs the bad”.
Yet, there has been a strong faith among his believers who perceive that he can do no wrong.
Headed by the only savior
Well, the biggest irony of Musk denying the contagion outbreak lies in the subtle claim that SpaceX can only protect us against the ongoing calamity.
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Musk who has been purposefully true to the reality has come to say that he won’t be waiting for people to present the solution about how to resume economic activities within the nation. He told, “SpaceX has been working this entire time because we have a national security exemption,” he tells me. “We’ve had 8,000 people working full time through the whole pandemic. We’ve had zero serious illnesses or deaths despite working in L.A., Washington, Texas, and Florida. I think it’s something that everyone should be able to celebrate.”
Indeed, you never know what scope the new launch can subject towards humanity in the upcoming days, be it a boon or curse.
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