For a number of months now, Elon Musk has been a part of our everyday life. It’s impossible to avoid the world’s wealthiest man due to his constant presence on social media, particularly the microblogging platform Twitter, which he wants to purchase for $44 billion. As of June 30, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index indicated that he was worth $208 billion.
He is the only member of the $200 billion club on the whole planet. His constant presence has an effect on us since we feel like we know him. Everyone has a different perspective on him. His admirers vouch for him. To listen to them, Musk is the lone genius of our time. If there existed a planet’s key, they would give it to him. Musk’s critics see him as an egomaniac and narcissist whose only goal is to make people talk about him.
In light of Musk’s description of Twitter as the de facto Times Square of our time, they are afraid of its purchase.
‘Twitter Me & Real-Life Me’
Even people who are apathetic have a perspective on the fascinating and mercurial serial entrepreneur. He receives criticism for his boisterous remarks. They would want to see him be less binary and more nuanced. They consider gray to sometimes be beneficial.
In the end, it becomes apparent that we don’t know much about the tech magnate. He does seem to be telling us that, after all. Just now, Musk gave us a roadmap for comprehending him. And the protagonist of this manual is Bruce Banner, a superhero from the world of Marvel Comics.
Scientist and geek Banner can change into the multiple-personality Jade Giant Hulk when he’s enraged. The “Twitter me” and the “actual me” are really different, and funny! Posted on June 21 by Musk. Two photographs were attached to the post by the billionaire. On the left, we can see Bruce Banner as an enraged Hulk. The banner is seated to the right and is wearing spectacles. It’s difficult to believe that he is also on the right.
Musk wrote a comment over each photograph. Elon Musk via Twitter, commented in reference to the picture of Banner turning into a furious Hulk. The businessman describes the picture on the left as “Elon Musk in interviews.” These postings are Musk’s last communications before becoming silent. The mogul has not been seen on social media since that time.
Unfiltered Musk vs. Thoughtful Musk
The Tesla CEO seems to claim that he is unfiltered on Twitter. He lets himself go, loses self-control, and says all that’s on his mind without bothering about what other people would think. He is less circumspect. When he’s on social media, he doesn’t truly think.
However, while speaking to the media, he turns into another Musk. He is more collected, deliberate, and less impulsive. The quiet scientist Banner’s alter ego is known as the Hulk. This manifested when Banner unintentionally received a significant amount of gamma radiation. Therefore, the researcher transforms into a true, almost unstoppable monster that destroys everything in his path as soon as he experiences a strong emotion like rage, stress, or fear.
Even Nevertheless, the Hulk is one of the most well-known characters in the Marvel world and often a victim since all he wants is to live in peace, but the other heroes or the government are always after him because they either want to exploit him or kill him because they are afraid of his might.
The Jade Giant was inspired by the fabled fictitious figures Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde because of their dual personalities, said Stan Lee, the co-creator of the Hulk, in interviews. A researcher who transforms into a monster is the fictional Dr. Jekyll.
He was also influenced by the monster created by Victor Frankenstein, who merely wants to live in peace but is constantly pursued by those who dread him. The fact that Hulk derives his power from fury and hate is what matters most because when he is under stress or anxiety, his strength grows and knows no bounds. Due to the Hulk’s near invincibility, appeasing him and quelling his rage is often the only way to win against him.
Source: The Street