Dial Musk for Murder - The SpaceX Conspiracy

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  1. nivek

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    The ‘Dial Musk for Murder’ SpaceX Falcon Heavy Conspiracy

    As one of the richest (net worth of $20.9 billion, listed by Forbes as the 53rd richest person in the world) and most powerful people in the world, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is no stranger to controversies and conspiracies, especially when it comes to SpaceX launches and his deep interest in traveling to and colonizing Mars.

    UFO watchers seem to find UFOs at many SpaceX launches, including the ill-fated explosion on the launch pad in 2016 and this week’s successful launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket, whose payload was a Tesla Roadster with a dummy astronaut in the driver’s seat that was sent on a mission to Mars. But nothing beats the conspiracy theory floated on reddit and other Internet sites suggesting that the entire launch may have been a coverup for a murder!

    "Elon Musk launched a car into space with a dummy in a spacesuit in the driver’s seat. The idea is that the dummy is actually a corpse, hidden in plain sight on international news, and nobody will ever be able to find the person he killed."

    Wait a minute, you say. That certainly sounds plausible … as well as a great plot for a murder mystery. And the plot thickens.

    “The real corpse is in the trunk.”

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    The Roadster’s trunk is definitely big enough for a corpse. But who would Elon Musk want dead so badly that he would create such an elaborate murder scheme? That’s when the conspiracy starts to unravel.

    Suggestions range from Elon’s space and World’s Richest Man rival Jeff Bezos to actress Amber Heard to John Wick to Musk himself — he’s not dead but alive in the car heading to his ‘home’ planet while a clone takes his place here.

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    Well, there WAS that UFO spotted during the Falcon Heavy launch, right? As with most launches these days, UFOs spotted at liftoff are probably news or security drones. Something in the video feed from the Roadster in orbit was suspected to be space debris.

    And, despite the fact that it was Musk’s rocket, the launch took place using a NASA facility and was heavily inspected by NASA and government officials. If you don’t think these people are tough, ask Mad Mike Hughes.

    Stepping back a bit, why would someone like Musk commit a murder he needed to cover up? Most celebrity murderers are impulsive killers or jilted lovers – think boxing promoter Don King, Oscar Pistorius, O.J. Simpson or Phil Spector. Does Musk act or talk like someone with something sinister to hide?

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    Why not just send another probe to track down the Roadster, pull it over and inspect the driver and the trunk? That’s where Musk DOES sound a little evasive, stating that the rocket overshot the trajectory to send the car around the Sun before flinging it to Mars and it will instead end up in the asteroid belt, possibly even approaching the dwarf planet Ceres.

    That is, IF it survives that long. While Musk said it would be orbiting Mars for billions of years, most scientists think cosmic radiation will destroy the Tesla and its contents — sinister or not — within a year.

    Do you think that may have been Musk’s idea all along?

    Conspiracy or not, kudos to Musk and SpaceX for getting the world interested in launches and space travel again.
     
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    @Kchoo

    Here is the conspiracy theory you were asking about...:)
     
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  3. Toroid

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    There seems to be powerful forces that don't want the civilian sector in space. Elon could have been in the spacesuit or trunk and they replaced him with a clone. You can't just add 200 pounds to the payload without issues, so there could have been an actual body in the suit. :eek:
     
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    That could be Elon Musk in the suit or in the trunk and a clone took his place...His actions over the next 6 to 12 months may reveal whether he is a clone or not...
     
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  5. humanoidlord

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    what if its the other way around? someone killed musk and launched him into space taking his place!
     
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    Has Elon Musk made any public appearances since that launch?...
     
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    he did an interview i think
     
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    He did or a clone?...
     
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    :unknown:
     
  10. starsfall

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    I love all of the conspiracies people have been making about him since the launch... the guy is obviously very into what he creates, and he has a huge, innovative mind. I have met very few people who admire him, or anything that has been created because of him, and more so people who like to think he has some other agenda...
     
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    I admire his motivation and innovation in the face of adversity and friction he confronts...In some ways I think I face something similar in my work, the corporate bosses I work for have pushed me to make many production changes across the board and they really like my ideas in that regard, but my peers have been resistant to change and cause me a great amount of friction in implementing said changes...
     
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  12. Dundee

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    You guys are just fooling around right? You don't actually believe this nonsense do you?
     
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  13. Kchoo

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    It's a crash test dummy. That is all.
     
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    I actually don't recall its trajectory. The driver must be asleep at the wheel.
     
  17. Double Nought Spy

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    It was supposed to go to Mars, but something went wrong with the engine burn that was supposed to send it on its way there, or something. Maybe the GPS system malfunctioned in the Tesla and the dummy didn't know where Mars was going to be in six months.
     
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