Watch Elon Musk Give Interview While Smoking Weed And Crash Tesla Stock


Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder, Elon Musk was seen smoking weed, sipping whiskey and talking about supersonic electric planes and much more in his recent interview. The interview done by Joe Rogan made it to the headlines as soon as it was released. To clarify people, Musk told that he is not a regular weed smoker since the substance is poison for productivity. He said, “It’s like a cup of coffee in reverse.” During the interview, his phone also buzzed, and he told the host it was a “text messages from friends saying, ‘What the hell are you doing smoking weed?”

Musk also discussed complicated topics like the difficulties he faced while running Tesla and called it his hardest job. He said, “It’s very difficult to keep a car company alive.” Later in the interview, he told where his passion and consistent dedication to the firm comes from when he described the addiction to fossil fuels as “the dumbest experiment in human history.” Rogan asked him if it was very late for us to start using some colorful language to which Musk replied that it was not but “but the momentum to sustainable energy is too slow.”

Musk also said that he had developed preliminary designs for a supersonic electric plane, but the aircraft is not important right now. He said, “Electric cars are important, solar energy is important, stationary storage of energy is important. These things are much more important than creating electric supersonic VTOL.” He told that his computer-brain connecting project Neuralink might be out in a few months and will offer some great advancements. He said, “Best case scenario, we effectively merge with AI.”

Rogan and Musk discussed the Hyperloop, living in a simulation, the dangers of Boring Company flamethrowers, potential failures, the complications in Musk’s brain, the potential of AI to be used against humanity and much more. The interview video is more than two hours long, and the host made sure they talk about every aspect of Musk’s life and his plans for the future tech.