Elon Musk’s mysterious poetry about “those who attack space” has sparked outrage among billionaires.
In the midst of an ongoing space race among the world’s top billionaires, ELON MUSK has shared an odd poetry with his Twitter followers.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk posted a cryptic message, implying that space “represents hope.” In the haiku-style essay, Mr Musk appeared to take a shot at his detractors by citing “those who attack space.”
Mr Musk’s supporters speculated that the poem could be referring to an apocalyptic situation.
“Just wait till the earth catches fire, and they’ll realize,” one individual said.
“You better provide ships for everyone, not just the wealthy and powerful, so we can all move to Mars.”
“They’re attacking you, not space,” another commenter said, “for hoarding so much money you can fund your own personal space program.”
“Are they targeting space or criticizing how billionaires spend their money?” a third user wondered.
“While space flight is fascinating and the technology impressive, many people would prefer that the super affluent utilize their money to help secure the hope and durability of our own planet before venturing into other worlds.”