PayPal entrepreneur Elon Musk has claimed the freezing planet could be made suitable for human life with nuclear bombs. The blasts would create a greenhouse effect …
Sep 12, 2015 · Musk, who owns spacecraft-building outfit SpaceX, says the «fast way» to make the planet fit for humans would be to nuke its polar ice caps, releasing water …
Author: Patrick Maguire
WHILE Elon Musk spends most of his time running Tesla and Space X, his real dream is to be the first man on Mars. He even has an idea of how to make it habitable for humans he wants to nuke it.
Musk didn’t explain why we should nuke Mars’ poles, but presumably turning the ice caps into steam will help to make the red planet rather damper and heat it up along the way.
Scientists: Please Don’t Nuke Mars. An apparently off-the-cuff proposal by billionaire Elon Musk to make Mars habitable with nuclear weapons may not be the best idea.
Amazingly the 33.9 MILLION mile journey to Mars takes just six to eight MONTHS. Nasa will send a space bot looking for life on Mars in 2020. The first HUMAN mission is likely to be in the 2030s.
Dropping nuclear weapons on Mars would make it a more hospitable place for humans says Elon Musk. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk who appeared on the CBS’ new Late Show with Stephen Colbert to talk about cars and space, said that he has long been fascinated by Mars and shared some of his plans for making it a more hospitable place for humans.
Mars is the focus of many international space missions as humans increasingly look to the red planet as a future home. Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has stated his intentions to detonate two fusion bombs on the planet to change its atmosphere, making it hospitable for humans.
Sep 11, 2015 · Elon Musk, a proponent of traveling to Mars, noted that the Red Planet is currently a «fixer-upper» but could be made habitable for humans.
Mars is the focus of many international space missions as humans increasingly look to the red planet as a future home. Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has stated his intentions to detonate two
Stephen Colbert, a self-proclaimed proud Tesla owner, decided to discuss another of Musk’s passions on Wednesday’s Late Show: the possible colonization of Mars.