And I think we can probably agree that a cyborg dragon apocalypse is more provocative than a nuclear apocalypse or a flu apocalypse or a non-biodegradable plastic apocalypse. It’s definitely more original.
SpaceX boss and mad scientist Elon Musk announced on Twitter last night that “oh btw I’m building a cyborg dragon”, adding that it’s “such an underserved market”. Maybe for some very compelling reasons, Musk-O, but I suppose ethics are kind of irrelevant when you’re already in the business of manufacturing household flamethrowers, which as we’ve previously discussed, would be ineffective in a dinobot apocalypse. Which is more or less the same thing as a cyborg dragon apocalypse, and it’s almost like he wants humanity to lose the war.
Oh btw I’m building a cyborg dragon
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 25, 2018
Or maybe it’s something about the Dragon V2 rocket going to Mars, but that’s (somewhat?) less impressive, unless it’s also a spaceship that can transform into a cyborg dragon. That would be rad too.