(James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are
By James Saft
Sept 28 (Reuters) - When I first heard Elon Musk had asked
his audience if they were willing to die in a great endeavor, I
assumed he was speaking to shareholders.
That wasn't the case. The visionary founder of Tesla, SpaceX
and SolarCity was actually talking about the risks participants
in his planned voyage to Mars must be willing to face.
Still, "same difference," as they say back home in Chicago....More