In days, on Feb 6, a red Tesla Roadster lifts off for Mars in Earth’s most powerful rocket, the Falcon Heavy. Oddly, I drove “red space Tesla” in a music video months before having any clue about this–for a song I sang on and produced called High On Love (Can’t Get Too). In it, I lift off in the world’s most powerful rocket (a Saturn V) and pilot a cherry red Tesla Roadster in space to a backup planet.
The low budget music video with my friend Karen is due to launch the same day as the Falcon Heavy’s launch. I play a bass guitar with a TV head.
On February 6th, SpaceX is scheduled to launch the world’s most powerful rocket, the Falcon Heavy. The gargantuan rocket will carry Elon Musk’s cherry red Tesla into Mars’ orbit, as long as it doesn’t explode on the way there.
Do unlikely events follow everyone this much? I’ve had some doozies. To me personally, this Tesla to Mars coincidence is further evidence that the entire universe is a simulation, and that it’s messing with me.
OK, wow… the second I said this, right when I dictated “it’s messing with me,” the silence was broken by a dog bark followed by a strange loud unmistakable “gobbling” outside. What the heck?
An unlikely turkey parade. 🦃🦃🦃🦃🦃🦃 I’ve never seen them here before.
Another true weird coincidence directly followed: As I was looking for a turkey emoticon, I accidentally hit the screen at random.. It happened to be … the turkey, a total accident. It was not in my most recent emoticons.
Weird. Perhaps I’m being a turkey by thinking this is any more than chance. Perhaps I’m being a turkey by not realizing the voice of the AI God speaks in chance occurrences.
Anyway, one of the goals Elon musk set for SpaceX is reducing the odds of human extinction by establishing a human colony on Mars (a back up planet.)
Sporting Tony Stark facial hair, Musk outlined SpaceX‘s plan today at the 67th annual International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico. It involves a slew of new technology: gigantic, reusable rockets; carbon fiber fuel tanks; ultra-powered engines. Plus spaceships capable of carrying a hundred or more passengers to the Red Planet, landing, then returning to Earth to pick up more. Musk doesn’t just want to go to Mars: He wants to build a civilization there. Which means he’ll need all that sweet gear to make it cheap enough to work.
May Elon have a healthy successful launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket to Mars.