Twitter Boss Elon Musk has come out and cleared the air about a discussion which has moved for couple of years regarding the existence of aliens.
Talking to Fox News earlier, the Space X tycoon said he or any of his employees have never encountered any physical interaction with the claimed Aliens.
He stated that he has seen “no evidence” of aliens and that he would immediately tweet it out had he encountered one of such kind.
This follows an explosion of one of Space X’s rocket after lunch in the second phase of its movement to planet Mars. Many people came to claim that the rocket was “bombed” by aliens. Aliens are believed to be a more complicated and advanced version of humans living in other planets other than on earth.
This lagest and most powerful rocket ever built blasted off on test flight that was hoped to be a leap on human journey to Mars.
It appeared that the two sections of the rocket system the booster and cruise vessel were unable to separate properly in sight of thousands shortly after take-off, possibly causing the spacecraft to fail.
Musk who was physically present to witness the launch was quick to tweet that “Congrats @SpaceX team on an exciting test launch of Starship! Learned a lot for next test launch in a few months.”
Relatedly, twitter boss blasted BBC journalist James Clayton live interview in relation of the social site being misused and promoting immoral teachings.
The frustrated guest (Musk) asked the journalist to give at least 5 examples of such claims to which he couldn’t point out even one!
“You don’t know what you are talking about… You can’t give me a single example of hateful content. Not even one”. The journalist went mute! forcing him to admit he had no specific examples of hate content he had earlier claimed he has seen proliferating on the platform since Musk became the new owner.