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Three Inventions that Will Change the World

By January 29, 2012

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Elon Musk is a 39-year-old engineer and serial entrepreneur. At 28, he co-founded the popular e-payment company Paypal. He then went on to start SpaceX, the first private company to launch a rocket into space, and Tesla Motors (no doubt named after inventor Nikola Tesla), which builds electric cars.

Musk sounds like one hell of a rocket scientist. Do listen to the CNN interview with Elon Musk, where he answers the question, "What three inventions will change the world?". And check my profile on Musk, this inventor rocks.  Photo Getty Images


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March 19, 2011 at 4:38 pm
(1) Koushal Bauri says:

I Think this inventions can change our world.

1st >> invention of an alternating energy source from black.
i mean, from any kind of dark/black matter, light and
SPACE is also a big example, cause we know, space is
full of dark energy.

2nd >> result of LHC project

3rd >> can we invent that which are the start point and end
point of UNIVERSE

March 18, 2013 at 5:41 pm
(2) AJAY JAIN says:

Elon Musk is a great legend ripe for the US Space Age of today but way ahead of his time. He has realized his dreams in exploiting the Internet through founding his Billion dollar company PayPal, in promoting sustainable energy production like through his company SOLAR CITY, his promotion of sustainable energy consumption like through his all electric car company TESLA and his vision to promote space travel through his company SPACEX and is making progress successfully by leaps and bounds.

Elon Musk made his first fortune selling PayPal to eBay in 2002. Now NASA is using his SpaceX to resupply the International Space Station while shares of his Tesla electric car company gained 10% last year. Next up: SolarCity, run by Musk’s cousin Lyndon Rive, wants to put solar panels on your home.

Elon Musk Profiled: Bloomberg Risk Takers: Video – Bloomberg Uploaded Jan 2013http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTJt547–AM”Bloomberg Risk Takers” profiles Elon Musk, the entrepreneur who helped create PayPal, built America’s first viable fully electric car company and started SpaceX …

National Geographic: Megafactories TESLA Model S (English) Uploaded Jan 2013http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=VUgDcA1pZAM&feature=endscreen

2013 TESLA Model S – The quickest Sedan Built in America http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOdsTuaJEfc&list=PL2CC76D636F09E03D

March 18, 2013 at 5:42 pm
(3) AJAY JAIN says:

The Voting Rights Act (VRA) must be upheld by the supreme court:

The numerous despicable attempts to restrict voting made during the last election cycle are proof of that. Anyone who truly believes the VRA is obsolete needs to recognize, given last year’s voter suppression efforts, the Jim Crowe era is biding its time.

Now even if you are dumb enough to believe that all is OK with the world and there are no reasons to have the voting rights act on the books. Then why are the the parties at opposite end’s on this? Why are the Republicans in America trying to keep people from the poles ?

The argument is that VRA is discriminatory against Southern states to require them but not other states to seek pre-clearance for voting laws; I actually agree. The Voting Rights Act should require *ALL* states to seek pre-clearance. After what we’ve seen the GOP try to pass in states all across the nation prior to the last 2012 election, I see no reason this safeguard against voter suppression should be limited to just Southern states as suggested by VRA of 1965 but now should be expanded to apply to ALL 50 states.

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