Elon Musk: The Unauthorized Autobiography

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This book details first-hand a real hero’s journey on a quest to save humanity from global warming and possible extinction.
Elon shares the story of his life and dreams. From Musk’s childhood in South Africa, all the way to Canada and the United States, where the bulk of the story unfolds.
Discover great insight into the history of Tesla, SpaceX, SolarCity, The Boring Company, Hyperloop, PayPal, OpenAI and more.

Book Details

Pages

500 Pages

Language

English

Released

2018

“The Internet is like the world acquiring a nervous system. Before the Internet, and particularly before the telegraph, telephone, and advanced telecommunications, communication was incredibly slow. It would have to go from one person literally to another. Maybe at best that person could carry a note from another person, but it’s still literally person to person. Unless one person bumps into another person they are pretty much not going to communicate. You had to like basically physically connect with somebody to communicate, like a letter, like you would send letters… on paper.

People were sort of like isolated cells if you will, they would communicate information almost by osmosis relative to how the Internet works. With the Internet suddenly all the worlds information, all of humanity’s knowledge is instantly available to any person. That is just like one cell in your body having access to all the information about the rest of your body. In the same way that when we just “had multicellular creatures without nervous systems, they would just communicate via osmosis. Imagine a simple multi-cellular creature that would communicate via quite slow chemical signals, there was really no way that one cell had access to the collective consciousness. Now if you have a nervous system any part of the human collective can know about any other part instantly. I think it has literally gone from a situation where people would communicate almost like via osmosis, to any part of humanity knows what every other part of humanity is immediately, it’s pretty incredible.

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