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Musk: the man that's changing the world

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    Posted: 16 Mar 2014 at 16:25
I am convinced most politics are mediocre, and they never do anything. They just keep things going on. The real revolutionary are the entrepreneurs. And there is no one that can change the world more efficiently that a billionaire with good ideas and technical skills.

Today, my hero is Elon Musk, a South African entrepreneur and Internet tycoon, who is revolutionizing car industry with its electric cars, and that is developing new space technologies with his Space X company. He even proposed a new transport system called hyperloop, that perhaps one day converts in reality. This is Elon Musk: the new Henry Ford, Howard Hughes and Thomas Edison... all combined in a single guy.

http://www.theglobalist.com/elon-musk-next-henry-ford/

And here, his space projects. By the way, his capsules have already docked the Space Station.



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Musks Hyperloop looks like a good idea.
 
It would certainly revolutionise transport, especially in countries like Australia where there are vast distances to be travelled.
 
But in these hard economic times, I can't see a government backing it.
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