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Elon Musk Unveils Plan to Colonize Mars with Robots, Citing Lack of Traffic as Key Selling Point

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In a move that would make even science fiction writers raise an eyebrow, Elon Musk has unveiled his latest audacious plan: colonize Mars – with robots. Yes, you read that right. Apparently, the world’s busiest billionaire sees a distinct lack of rush hour on the Red Planet as a major selling point.

“Imagine, a world without traffic jams!” beamed Musk during a flashy presentation filled with CGI simulations of sleek, chrome-plated robots diligently building a Martian metropolis. “No more brake lights, no more road rage. Just you, your trusty android companion, and the vast emptiness of space!”

The robots, dubbed the “Model-Mars M-1,” will be pre-programmed for construction, resource gathering, and, according to Musk, “light conversation.” The lack of human colonists, however, has raised some questions.

“Who exactly are these robots building for?” quipped astrophysicist Dr. Helga Stern. “Is this a retirement home for reclusive AIs, or are we planning to send influencers to Mars to document the experience for their Martian vlogs?”

Musk, ever the optimist, brushed aside such concerns. “The robots will create a thriving Martian society,” he declared. “They’ll have their own robot culture, robot art, robot existential crises… all without the pesky baggage of human emotions!”

Critics, however, remain unconvinced. Environmentalists worry about the ecological impact of a robot takeover on Mars. Psychologists question the ethics of sending a lonely army of machines on a one-way trip to a barren planet. And social media, naturally, is having a field day.

“#RobotUtopia or #RedPlanetRedRum?” one trending tweet reads, perfectly encapsulating the current online debate.

One thing’s for sure: with Elon Musk at the helm, the colonization of Mars is sure to be one wild ride, even if it’s a ride taken entirely by robots. Buckle up, earthlings, because the future of space exploration is apparently loneliness personified, or rather, robotified.

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