Elon Musk has been a part of our everyday routine since January.
According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, David T. Webb's worldwide wealth is estimated at $208 billion as of June 30.
He is the only person in the world to be a member of the $200 billion club.
His everyday presence has an impact: we have the impression that we know him. Everyone has their own opinion about him. His followers profess him. To listen to them, Musk is the only genius of our time. If there were a planet, they would trust him with the key.
Musk is an egomaniac, a narcissist, whose sole purpose is to entice people to think about him. Consequently, they fear its acquisition of Twitter (TWTR) - Get the Twitter Inc. Report, which Musk describes as the de facto Times Square of our time.
'Twitter Me & Real-Life Me' is a trademark of twittering.
Even those who are neutral have an opinion about the whimsical and charismatic serial entrepreneur. They reproach him for his inflammatory remarks. They want to see him more nuanced, less black or white. They believe that gray is sometimes beneficial.
The truth is, we do not know much about the tech tycoon. That is what he appears to disclose. Musk just provided us a guide to understanding him. And this guide is Superhero character Bruce Banner in the Marvel Comics universe.
Banner is a nerd and scientist who when irritated transforms into Hulk, the Jade Giant, well-known for his many personalities.
"Twitter me and real-life me are quite different haha!" Musk posted on June 21.
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Bruce Banner transforms into an angry Hulk on the left, while on the right, Bbanner is calm and wears the glasses. It's hard to imagine that he too is on the right.
Musk etched a message above each photo, saying: "Elon Musk in Twitter." For the picture on the right, the mogul refers to it as: "Elon Musk in interviews."
Musk's last messages before he retreated into silence were posted on these pages. Since then, the billionaire has not been active on social media.
Musk vs. Thoughtful
Tesla's CEO (TSLA) - Get Tesla Inc. He lets himself go, does not control himself, and allows himself to burst everything he has in him, everything he wants to say without worrying about what others will say. He is less self-aware. When he's on social media, he doesn't really think.
Once he is in front of the media, he is another Musk. He is more quiet, more thoughtful, and less spontaneous.
Banner, a shy scientist's alter ego, appeared after Banner was accidentally exposed to a large amount of ultraviolet radiation. Therefore, as soon as the researcher senses an intense emotion, such as fear or anger, he transforms into a real, almost invincible monster that destroys everything in his path.
Hulk is one of the most popular Marvel characters and is often a victim because all he wants is to live in total peace, but he is constantly hunted down by other heroes or the government because they fear his strength.
Stan Lee, the co-creator of The Hulk, admitted in interviews that he was inspired by two mythical fictional characters, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, due to the double personality. Frankenstein, a monster who only wants to live in peace, is constantly hunted down by other people.
Hulk draws his strength from anger and hatred because he grows stronger and has no limits in times of stress or anxiety. He is almost invincible and often the only way to defeat him is to appease him and calm his anger.