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Elon Musk's Boring Company has received a permit from the Washington, D.C. government that will allow it to begin some initial digging and other preparatory work in a parking lot about a mile from the US Capitol. The permit represents...Show More Summary
Space could become an entry point for a larger underground system.
Elon Musk continues to be relentless with his ventures to date. Musk’s Boring Company was given the green light and granted a preliminary permit for New York to Washington DC Hyperloop. According to New Atlas, the concept of a Hyperloop would be a mode of transportation for passengers and freight. Show More Summary
A 29-minute trip from D.C. to New York may seem too good to be true. And it very well may be. But that isn’t stopping Elon Musk from pushing forward with plans to build a Hyperloop along the eastern corridor. Read More
As difficult as it may be for some companies in the industry to admit, healthcare can be perceived as being exceedingly boring — especially for those of us needing to take appropriate steps to improve our own health. Despite the fact...Show More Summary
Elon Musk’s tunnel project has is moving forward. The Boring Company intends to build an underground hyperloop between New York and Washington, DC.
It's been far easier for Elon Musk to send a rocket to the Mars than move a pebble in Washington, D.C. That could be changing, according to The Washington Post. The SpaceX entrepreneur's tunnel digging company, The Boring Company, recently...Show More Summary
Jason Salerno didn't want to wait 3 months to buy The Boring Company's sold out flamethrower, so he decided to build his own. He disassembled an airsoft gun, put in a blow torch, and added a propane tank on top. It worked... and cost him $200 to build compared to Elon Musk's $500 flamethrower. Read more... More about Tech, Watercooler, Youtube, Mashable Video, and Diy
This is a video of Youtuber So I Had This Idea... building his own 'perfect replica' of the Boring Company flamethrower that Elon Musk is selling, using the exact same components. Admittedly, that thing has more reach than I was originally led to believe. Show More Summary
I'm not saying that building a flamethrower is a responsible use of your time – but I'm not saying that you shouldn't take the time to build one, either. In January, Elon Musk's Boring Company built 20,000 $500-flamethrowers and sold them all to the tune of $10 million. Show More Summary
Obligatory disclaimer: Don’t be dumb. What follows is a video showing high level instructions on how to build a nearly exact copy of The Boring Company’s flamethrower. Basically, gut this $125 Airsoft gun and insert a propane torch.Show More Summary
Commentary: Perhaps it was bound to happen. But one intrepid gadgeteer has ventured into the Boring Company flames.
Last week, Elon Musk hinted that he may use the Boring Company to dig a tunnel between the Tesla factory in Fremont to the seat manufacturing facility a mile away in order to remove one of the bottlenecks holding up volume production of the Model 3.
The idea of a Japanese tech company spending $10 billion on a stake in a reinsurer sounds crazy, but when you think about Softbank’s pursuit of Swiss Re, it starts to make frighteningly good sense.
With constant news coming out about Tesla, SpaceX, and The Boring Company, it's really easy to get bogged down on the many developments with Elon Musk's companies. But take a step back, and it's easy to see that Elon Musk is an absolute madman. Elon, r u ok? Read more... More about Tesla, Elon Musk, Spacex, The Boring Company, and Culture
Apparently bored with hawking flamethrowers, Elon Musk's company SpaceX launched the world's most powerful currently operating rocket into space yesterday with a Tesla Roadster as its payload. It's an impressive breakthrough in science for sure. But the Bugatti Chiron can hit an impressive speed milestone even quicker than that rocket. More »
Commentary: The Tesla and Boring Company CEO says there are a few problems with customs agencies.
While Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been pretty busy promoting his company's boring flamethrower, he’s still taken the time to make sure that his more, shall we say, mainstream products are getting into the hands of the populous. Take forShow More Summary
Last week it emerged that tech billionaire Elon Musk, best known for SpaceX and his Tesla electric cars, is planning to sell flamethrowers… and fire extinguishers. The, now live, pre-order page promises that the flamethrowers will be...Show More Summary