The Anti-Elon Musk YouTube Hero
There aren’t many people willing to attract everyone else’s bullying for not praising the fake gods of our times, of which Elon Musk and Greta Thunberg are the most prominent, but this guy just has the guts to express his countercurrent opinions.
His YouTube channel isn’t only dedicated to debunking Elon Musk’s moronic ideas, but I won’t discuss his political and philosophical stances. For the time being, I’m happy this Central European guy is expressing some courageous ideas on technical and common sense issues, although here too, the thoroughness and the rigor can be questioned at times (he’s no Wendover Productions, if you know what I mean).
Since my 2016 quick post The Hyperloop is snake oil, I didn’t mention any newer YouTube videos on the matter, so I’ll start my quick selection of Adam Something‘s videos with hypercrap and otherwise Elon Musk-related shit, in reverse chronological order:
- The HyperPort Is Dumb And Will Most Likely Explode (Jul 25, 2021)
- The Tesla Semi Is An Engineering Failure (Jul 7, 2021)
- The HYPERLOOP Will Never Work, And Here’s Why (May 7, 2021)
- The VEGAS LOOP: Just As Stupid As You Think (Jun 6, 2021)
- Elon Musk’s Starship Earth to Earth: We Have Reached Peak Idiocy (May 16, 2021)
- Elon Musk’s Dugout Loop – The Disaster That Almost Happened (Feb 22, 2021)
- Elon Musk’s Loop is a Bizarrely Stupid Idea (Feb 6, 2021)
- Electric Buses Are A Scam (Nov 27, 2021)
- Flying Cars Will Never Be A Thing, Here’s Why (Oct 6, 2021)
- The Skybus: The Transit Revolution That Never Was (Jun 24, 2021)
- Why Monorails Are A Bad Idea (Jun 12, 2021)
Only a tiny bit of urbanism:
- Commie Blocks Are Pretty Good, Actually (Nov 15, 2021)
- Why We Shouldn’t Build Skyscrapers (Jun 18, 2021)
He’s still young and there’s a lot he doesn’t know about, but it’s a good start.
LATE EDIT: In other good news, Elon Musk’s lack of common sense might strike him quite soon: Elon Musk says SpaceX could face ‘genuine risk of bankruptcy’ from Starship engine production:
What it comes down to, is that we face a genuine risk of bankruptcy if we can’t achieve a Starship flight rate of at least once every two weeks next year.
Good luck with that!