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Elon Musk’s speech at SXSW was entertaining to say the least. He took the stage to a roaring and anticipatory crowd. I use anticipatory because Musk was about thirty minutes late to take the stage. But, If you own the most forward thinking company in the world, people don’t mind sparing thirty minutes to listen to you.
Musk took approached the crowd eagerly and announced that Space X would be taking their first trips to Mars early next year. He talked about it in a way that made the audience feel he was joking around. However, coming from a guy who makes cars that drive themselves, it’s easy to see he is serious. Musk says they will be making “short up, and down” trips to Mars by next January. He mentioned, again in an amusing manor that he could fall behind the January launch date, as he does sometimes. The audience laughed in disbelief about how this man, of great intelligence chuckled when discussing trips to Mars. Letting us think that this life is all too easy for him. Either way, late or not, he assured us that there would be travel to another planet in 2019.
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I couldn’t help but to feel unsettled with excitement. To think about humans traveling through space to another planet, it a lot to take in. Are we moving to quickly? Is the earth going to be a thing of the past for the next generation? These are questions we could ask, but the one thing we can be hopeful of is that our future is in the hands of the 21st centuries Einstein. Musk may be immensely fascinated with interplanetary travel, but he still cares about cleaning up the mess we’ve made of his home planet. That alone shows us that we should take action in restoring our planets resources, while while Musk paves the way for an exciting future.
I am currently a senior at Florida State University, majoring in editing, writing, and media and have a minor in education. I’m also an intern for Vergecampus FSU.