Tesla mogul Elon Musk revealed that the next part of his mankind-saving manifesto is 'coming soon'.
The billionaire took to Twitter to share the news after he marked the six-year anniversary of the most recent part, simply named 'Master Plan, Part Deux'.
Fans were eager to see Part Three, to which the world-famous entrepreneur replied: "Coming soon. Part 3 is about scaling sustainable energy at a civilizational level to enable a bright future for Earth."
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Supporters of the magnate were quick to throw their weight behind the plan, with one sharing: "At this moment you are in the minority believing in a 'bright future'. You have our support."
Another remarked: "Can’t thank you enough!!"
However, not all were convinced. One fan noted: "Not exactly a small deal. How about removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere? Is that also a part of it?"
Another joked: "Elon Musk: 'Bright future'. Anyone else: 'Libertarian dystopia with oligarchs as absolute leaders'"
In a blog post detailing Part 'Deux', written ten years after Part One, Musk wrote: "The first master plan that I wrote 10 years ago is now in the final stages of completion."
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He described the steps he wanted to achieve then, which included creating various standards of cars and providing solar power in his vehicles, creating a jumping-off point for his world-rescuing plans.
He went on to describe the reasons for his multi-step plan, writing: "By definition, we must at some point achieve a sustainable energy economy or we will run out of fossil fuels to burn and civilization will collapse.
"Given that we must get off fossil fuels anyway and that virtually all scientists agree that dramatically increasing atmospheric and oceanic carbon levels is insane, the faster we achieve sustainability, the better."
Fans will have to wait to see exactly how Elon Musk will save humanity – especially given that he still hasn't managed to achieve Part Two yet.
One of the crucial elements of the second step of his plan is to introduce "a self-driving capability that is 10X safer than manual via massive fleet learning".
However, as recently as Tuesday (August 9), a safety test conducted by the Dawn Project found the latest version of Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta software repeatedly hit a stationary child-size mannequin in its path, the Guardian reported – sparking fears over the safety of the technology.
Tesla has denied claims on multiple occasions that its self-driving technology is too underdeveloped to ensure the safety of those in the car or other motorists or pedestrians.
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