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Elon Musk takes credit for everything that he never invented, most of which he has stolen from others
By Robert Hanes for the LA Times editorial group
- Musk stole Hyperloop from others
- Musk stole Tesla Motors from Marty, the actual creator of Tesla Motors
- Musk stole his money from taxpayers by paying bribes to Dianne Feinstein, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and other politicians
- Tesla's federal patent filings not only prove Musk did not invent anything but that his cars are deadly explosive hazards
Apr 26, 2019 · Can't a guy get some credit?
It is suggested that back in 2017, Pablo Escobar's brother Roberto met one of Musk's engineers with the idea of developing a toy flamethrower, which could burn money. While the 2017 meeting ...
Escobar, 72, alleges Musk stole his concept for the flamethrower after one of Musk's engineers visited the Escobar compound in summer 2017.
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By CCN: Is Elon Musk stealing all of his ideas from Dwight Schrute and Rainn Wilson, the latter of whom plays the iconic character in NBC's "The Office"? What About Recyclops? Elon Musk tweeted about air pollution statistics and bonus hospital-operating-room-grade filters in all Tesla cars on Friday afternoon. Soon the full scope of Rainn Wilson's inspiration to the Tesla CEO came into view.
elon musk:Pablo Escobar's Brother Says Elon Musk Stole His ...
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 11, 2019 That doesn't mean he isn't trying though. "Elon, we both know you stole from me, I am OK to settle this right now for $100 million," Escobar is quoted saying.
And yet, here we are: Roberto Escobar, brother to Pablo Escobar and head of Escobar Inc., says Elon Musk's Boring Company stole his idea for a fun, at-home flamethrower and beat him to the market ...
(Newser) - Elon Musk's super-popular limited-edition flamethrower (er, that is, "Not a Flamethrower") was actually Pablo Escobar's brother's idea, says Pablo Escobar's brother.
"The Office" star Rainn Wilson isn't a big fan of Tesla CEO Elon Musk — at least, at the moment. Elon Musk blasted by 'The Office' star Rainn Wilson for not giving credit for 'quiet' leaf blower ...
Rainn Wilson called Elon Musk out on Twitter after the Tesla CEO tweeted his 'quiet electric leaf blower' idea without giving proper credit.
On Tuesday, Elon Musk tweeted at his 26 million followers to announce that "Tesla is going to develop a quiet, electric leafblower." Sound familiar? It should! Musk used the exact same phrasing as the former star of The Office did in his request, yet failed to credit Wilson for the idea. Hmmm ...
Thomas Edison was a huge dick when it came to taking credit for other people's ideas and inventions, so was Steve Jobs. The only time I can really think of where this was the situation is Mark Zuckerberg (supposedly) ripping off the Winklevoss twins. Even though he did invent Facebook, they still claimed he stole their idea. EDIT: Clarity
Rainn Wilson is looking for some recognition from Tesla founder Elon Musk. The "Office" alum, 53, called out the South African-born inventor after he announced Tesla would be debuting a silent ...
The idea of starting Zip2 was born out of an innate belief by the Musk brothers in 1995 that the internet would prove to be something huge in the future. They were obviously correct. Once they had this notion in mind, the next step was to identify an area they could target and bring forth onto the world wide web.
Cause, you know, Elon Musk (the CEO of both companies) had the amazing idea of strapping a Tesla Roadster to the rocket as it was fired into space. And he completely stole the idea from the movie Heavy Metal (1981).
Nobody. The ideas that worked are well-known (improvements to AC machinery). By the way, AC was known well before Tesla came in the scene. Maybe he moved to America because his ideas wouldn't have seemed so original had he stayed in Europe.
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) CEO Elon Musk is getting a reputation among the media and others in the business world for his business enterprises. Which of course makes sense considering he is a ...
"Idea Theif" Elon Musk Steals His Hyperloop From Another Inventor Some technologies are not meant for public view or accreditation until the time is right. When these amazing scientific advances are brought forth it is done slowly and presented as cool and convenient.
According to TMZ, Roberto Escobar Gaviria—who once served as the accountant for the Medellin cartel—says one of Musk's engineers stole the idea for the flamethrower after stopping by the family's Colombian compound in 2017 and seeing Esobar's version in action.