- The world’s richest man has raised the alarm over the imminent extinction of humankind in the nearest future
- Musk in a tweet in which he shared an article stated that the scene will look like that of giant dinosaurs
- He said it is a matter of time before humanity is overtaken in the apocalypse that will see the end as we know it
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the extinction of humanity is near in a post in which he shared a BBC article about the extinction of dinosaurs.
He said the death of humanity is quite close, saying this will happen again, just a matter of time.
Other beings to take over Earth
According to the BBC article, the asteroid, which ended mammoth animals like Cretaceous, took with prominent dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops, including lesser-known but strange animals like Anzu or the chicken from hell.
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The article also stated that the planet’s former inhabitants were taken over by small rodents that looked like animals like the Purgatorius.
People react to Musk’s theory
Report said many of the billionaire’s followers believed his theory. One stated that 10 per cent of Earth had witnessed about 5 per cent of major mass extinctions in the past. He said that there had been extinctions every 50-100 million years.
Musk had claimed in another tweet about Artificial Intelligence taking over humankind and running the world. He also said the situation would be like the one from The Terminator.
Elon Musk reveals microchips for human brains ready by 2022, demonstrates how it will work
Legit.ng reported that Elon Musk has announced his brain-interfacetechnology company, Neuralink, is ready to implant microchips into the brains of humans.
The chip, Elon Musk said, will help restore functions to those with paralysis and other forms of brain challenges. He said that the chip will be implanted into people’s brains, and are intended to record and stimulate brain activity in order to aid patients suffering from significant spinal cord injuries and neurological illnesses.
Speaking at the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Summit, Musk said he doesn’t want to “raise hopes unreasonably” but is “increasingly confident” that the technology is nearly ready for humans (pending Food and Drug Administration approval).