Elon Musk puffs on marijuana joint during live interview

Elon Musk puffs on marijuana joint during live interview

During the podcast, Mr Rogan offered Mr Musk a joint, which he said contained a mix of tobacco and marijuana - dried leaves and flowering parts of the female cannabis plant.

Musk stunned investors a month back with tweets saying he had funding to take the company private for $420 per share.

Morton - who did not respond to a request for comment - joined Tesla last month from Seagate Technology where he served as a VP for two decades and CFO for nearly three years. "It is sort of like a cup of coffee in reverse".

Musk said he was not as anxious about artificial intelligence than he was previously after "taking a more fatalistic attitude".

"A lot of people don't like humanity and think it is a blight, but I don't", Musk said.

Tesla Inc. (TSLA) shares dropped down to their lowest point in almost six months today amid a lawsuit made by a short-seller who is suing the vehicle company over claims that they lied to investors about taking TSLA private. "I don't find that it's very good for productivity", he said.

Rogan asked Musk about The Boring Company, which Musk said started as a " joke", mostly borne out of his desperation to fix L.A.'s notoriously bad traffic problem.

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The interview touched on one of Musk's favorite themes: ways to revolutionize transportation.

"Electric cars are important, solar energy is important, stationary storage of energy is important".

He insisted that his plans to dig tunnels under cities to whisk commuters around in high speed pods are the best solution to traffic jams.

"Maybe it will be successful, maybe it won't", Musk said. "Do people get upset at you if you do certain things?"

"If you want a flying auto, just put wheels on a helicopter", he added.

His venture Neuralink will have "something interesting" to announce in a few months that will be "an order of magnitude" ahead of what people now think is possible, he said.

"Defendant Musk artificially manipulated the price of Tesla securities with objectively false tweets in order to "burn" the company's short-sellers", Left said, stressing that Musk's actions violated federal securities laws.

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