Elon Musk and his company SpaceX plan on developing a new and independent constitution on Mars once their rockets land on the planet.
Hey Siri, we are done with Earth. What is the process to move to Mars? Elon Musk and SpaceX have always wanted to send humans on Mars as the main aim behind sending its own rockets into space. And like a chapter taken from a sci-fi movie, the aerospace company plans on imposing a constitution on Mars and a legal regime once their rockets land there. Musk claimed that the Red planet should be considered as a free planet and therefore they plan to form a self-governing, self-sustaining settlement where Earth laws wouldn’t apply.
To build a settlement on the planet, the company is developing a rocket system that will be fully reusable and will be able to carry 100 people. The General Counsel of SpaceX, David Anderman in an interview revealed that he is drafting a constitution for Mars. The terms of service for Starlink is also in the works. It is SpaceX’s new satellite-internet project that was shared by Reddit users after they received a public beta test invitation. While all of this still seems like a joke and another new meme in the making, there will be a number of changes to international laws that the company will have to go through to make this happen.
Take a look:
Direct democracy by the people. Laws must be short, as there is trickery in length. Automatic expiration of rules to prevent death by bureaucracy. Any rule can be removed by 40% of people to overcome inertia. Freedom.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 16, 2018
— Jonah Jones (@jazzyjonahj) November 7, 2020
Elon Musk caused quite a stir on Mars declaring be well not recognize Earth laws
It seems like we need to do the same. Just saying 💭 pic.twitter.com/SDvUWvYVDT
— Liv£ £voLv£ Lif£ (@LiveEvolveLife) November 2, 2020