- Elon Musk gave birth to his first child at the age of 29, and he confirmed that he has 9 children and 3 women.
- He told The Full Send podcast that low birth rates are the biggest threat the world faces.
- When Mark Cuban asked Musk how many children he had, he replied, “Mars needs people.”
Elon Musk has confirmed that he has nine children and three women and that he would rather “civilization end with a bang than whimper and adult diapers”.
go on Send the podcast in full In a Thursday release, Musk was asked how many children he has and said he has nine children and three women. One of the hosts mentioned that he met Musk’s twins, who are now in college, their father said.
The world’s richest man says the biggest threat to the world is a declining birth rate and claims overpopulation is a myth.
“The population isn’t growing. Lifespans are increasing. People are living longer. That’s the only reason the population isn’t plummeting on Earth, but it will,” Musk said.
However, that United Nations The world population is projected to increase by 2 billion over the next 30 years, from 7.7 billion to 9.7 billion by 2050.
Musk added: “One thing to track is the ratio of adult diapers to baby diapers. When did this country have more adult diapers and baby diapers?” He said sales of adult diapers in Japan since 2011 It has surpassed the sales of baby diapers.
Musk has long voiced his concerns about declining birth rates. SpaceX CEO wants to put humans on Mars. He has previously said on a podcast that SpaceX will send humans to Earth on its Starship rocket within five to 10 years.
However, he claims that if the population crisis continues, not enough people will move to Mars.
On this week’s podcast, Musk said civilization would die with a whimper and an adult diaper: “It sucks, isn’t it, it’s anticlimactic. Frankly, if I had a choice, I’d rather civilization die with a bang, Instead of whines and adult diapers.”
In July, Insider reported that the tech mogul had given birth to twins last November with one of his Neuralink executives, Shivon Zilis, court documents show.
Musk is worth about $264 billion, According to ForbesHe owns four companies: electric car maker Tesla, spacecraft maker SpaceX, tunnel-building startup The Boring Company, and brain-computer interface implant company Neuralink.
You can view Musk’s family tree here.