posted on Apr, 9 2016 @ 01:24 AM
a reply to: luthier
There are many people that have achieved exceptional goals. Most of them have put all their life to perform one great achievement. But there are some
we admire -without putting them on a pedestal- for the many different gifts they seem to have whereby they put the whole world in motion. How they are
doing that? An enigma to us almost as great as that about the moon (we exaggerate).
Elon Musk is gifted in many ways, multifunctional, brave, hard for himself and for his workforce, emotional sometimes, a billionaire, but most
important he seems to have a genuine humble personality. And for sure, he's a man. Although we are stubborn in our concept that women -generally
spoken- are superior to men in some way (you have to read our site to comprehend).
Elon Musk is a superman. He knows the future lies in space. He knows we have to colonize space. But about our moon he doesn't talk much. Why not? We
don't know, but we know his greatest client is NASA and NASA doesn't like the moon to be colonized. To Elon Musk (and NASA) our moon is just good
enough to create a moonbase, by doing so we can explore Mars and space in general. According to him (and to NASA with a little reservation) we must
soon colonize Mars. In fact, that's what we conclude when we read many interviews with the man.
You become a mystery to us mister Musk if we read that you apparently don't see the need to colonize the moon, not even just a little bit. Believe us
or not but all problems about lunar habitats could be solved according to many scholars and then we even don't mention the moon tunnels.
And when you said Mars is only 150 times further then our moon -every two years Earth and Mars reach their closest point- we even thought for a second
that with your Tesla racing car you must have lost contact with the idea of distance.
ONLY 150 times? Is that your way of saying that reaching the moon must be -what all insiders probably know- just a piece of cake?