Who says that there is a deficiency of noble people in the world? The most recent example that nullifies the argument of the question in earlier statement is that of Elon Musk, who has donated as much as 1 million dollars in favor of a museum. It would have been very difficult for a common man to make such a lucrative announcement but it aptly suits.
Elon Musk, who is the CEO of two innovation ridden American companies. He works 80 hours a week but still finds time for charity and the time to spend with his children. It leaves us in amazement of how selfless a man can be.
Elon Musk has supported the idea of celebrating the legacy of Nikola Tesla, who was also one of Elon’s personal heroes. The plan is to support a museum that is made in the memory of Nikola Tesla. Elon has already promised $1 million of hard cash to the museum founders.
This is not the first time that Elon has elongated his support to such a noble cause. He is actively involved in making charities and donations in between his hectic schedule.
Matthew Inman was the pioneer of the campaign for Nikola Tesla museum. He played a pivotal role in bringing the donation from Elon Musk. Mr. Inman was aware of Elon’s admiration of Nikola Tesla and hence, it became easier for him to bring funds to the museum.
Nikola Tesla was one of the top inventors in late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The legacy that Tesla enjoyed was incomparable but he died penniless apparently. Now if a billionaire has come out to donate 1 million USD in Tesla’s cause, we can easily say that Tesla has finally got his share of smile.
The whole science community is happy with the contribution of Elon Musk and it will help the other billionaires to also realize the importance of remembering the science heroes and donate cash in a noble cause.
@Oatmeal I would be happy to help
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 14, 2014
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