Whether we’re going to go back to the dinosaur age, I don’t know, but it seems that Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite Internet service, which is managed by space company SpaceX, has a very strange term for dinosaurs in the warranty it offers to its customers.
On social media outlet Reddit, a user noticed something outlandish in his contract with Starlink, took a picture of the page and uploaded it to social media.
“The warranty does not cover damages due to: lightning, electric surges, fires, floods, windstorms, earthquakes, meteorites, solar storms, dinosaurs or other forces of nature,” says the specific piece from the Starlink guarantee. Unsurprisingly, this revelation triggered a wave of humorous reactions on social media.
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Someone, for example, wondered if he would get his money behind Elon Musk in the event of an invasion by aliens.
“Maybe it’s some kind of warning for those who want to put satellite Internet in Jurassic Park,” commented someone else.
“Birds are also flying dinosaurs. Perhaps this is their way of saying that any damage caused by birds does not fall under the terms of the guarantee,” said someone else.
“This may have been true as an argument in a biological court, but I am not so sure that it would be the same in some normal courtroom,” replied another user, also with knowledge of Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution of Species.
However, for the record, it is worth mentioning that one of Elon Musk’s associates, recently, had stated that the tycoon’s Neuralink company now has the necessary technology to create a true Jurassic Park.