SpaceX’s Elon Musk Admits ‘Bunch of People Will Probably Die in the Beginning’ Race to Mars

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Musk: arduous and dangerous journey where you may not come back alive

ABOVE VIDEO: Elon Musk interviewed by Peter Diamandis as they discuss optimistic views of the future in wide-ranging topics from energy and communications to knowledge and transport, the importance of making humanity an interplanetary species plus the duo will announce the $100M XPRIZE Carbon Removal competition.

(FOX BUSINESS) – Elon Musk has admitted that “a bunch of people will probably die” in the race to get to Mars.

The SpaceX pioneer made his blunt prediction as he laughed at how his planned Mars mission was being seen as “some escape hatch for rich people.”

“You might die, it’s going to be uncomfortable and probably won’t have good food,” Musk told Peter Diamandis, the founder and chairman of the X Prize Foundation for scientific discovery.

Advertisements for the journey should note how it will be an “arduous and dangerous journey where you may not come back alive,” Musk said with a chuckle.

“Honestly, a bunch of people will probably die in the beginning,” he said, while insisting it will also be “a glorious adventure and it will be an amazing experience.”

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