HAWTHORNE, Calif. — Billionaire inventor Elon Musk of Tesla and Space X fame has unveiled his boldest project to date: rockets that will get Adventists to church on time.
Musk said that the deafening noise of rockets landing on pads outside Adventist homes would dissuade any member from trying to sleep in on Sabbath morning.
“They’ll be out the door and strapped into the passenger hold faster than you can say ‘Happy Sabbath,'” said Musk about the new transportation system.
“Regardless of traffic or McDonalds drive-thrus on the route to church, we’ll land that rocket right in front of the church lobby within moments of blast off,” said Musk.
He estimated that the rockets would be available for testing on the tardiest of Adventists within seven months.
“Adventists will be officially out of excuses for why they can’t make it to Sabbath School on time,” said Musk.