Nuke Mars: Elon Musk Prints T-shirts Of His Destructive Idea, While Asking 'Mars' Out On A Hot Date

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Driving into his abstractly destructive dream to drop nuclear missiles on Mars, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, on Saturday, launched 'Nuke Mars' T-shirts.

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Updated On:

Driving into his abstractly destructive dream to drop nuclear missiles on Mars, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, on Saturday, launched 'Nuke Mars' T-shirts.

The T-Shirt bearing the 'Nuke Mars' legend shows four planets depicting his envisioned transition of the inhospitable Red planet into the green Earth. 

He further went on to ask out Mars on a date assuring that it would be 'hot'.

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He also assured people that 'nuking Mars' was a step in the right direction.

Previously on Friday, he continued his obsession with Mars seems to be never-ending with this destructive proposition.

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Netizens worry about Musk's supervillain plans:

But Why Nuke Mars?

Musk's idea behind 'Nuke Mars' is not reportedly not meant to destroy the Red Planet, but to 'terraform' the planet i.e deliberately change large areas of the environment making it hospitable to humans to aide in the colonization plans.

Musk has theorized earlier that by nuking Mars we could release trapped Carbon dioxide (CO2) from various sites on Mars, creating a greenhouse effect on the planet to trap liquid water on the surface before it could either freeze or evaporate, as per news reports.

NASA says NO

Scientists at NASA have pointed out that their results have pointed out that there is not enough CO2 remaining on Mars to provide significant greenhouse warming were the gas to be put into the atmosphere.

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