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Get more sleep, Arianna tells Elon. It's not an 'option,' he tells her in 2:30 a.m. tweet.
by Lindsey Bever, Reporter
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20 August 2018
On 20 August 2018 The Washington Post reported:
An apparently overworked, under-rested Elon Musk rejected Arianna Huffington's recent suggestion that he get more sleep -- and he did so in a tweet in the middle of the night. It prompted Huffington, a longtime sleep advocate who co-founded the HuffPost, to reach out and offer her fellow entrepreneur some tips. 'It's like trying to launch us into our clean energy future (or into space) with a coal-fired steam engine. It just won't work,' [she tells him]. Huffington said that she wrote to Musk in an open letter because the issue does not pertain to only him.
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'People are not machines,' the business executive told Musk in an open letter posted last week on her website Thrive Global. 'For machines -- whether of the First or Fourth Industrial Revolution variety -- downtime is a bug; for humans, downtime is a feature. The science is clear. And what it tells us is that there's simply no way you can make good decisions and achieve your world-changing ambitions while running on empty.'
'Ford and Tesla are the only 2 American car companies to avoid bankruptcy,' he wrote Sunday in a tweet to Huffington. 'I just got home from the factory. You think this is an option. It is not.'
... 'You've come up against incredible challenges, and you've met them by being ever more rigorous and determined about applying the latest science,' Huffington wrote in the open letter to Musk. 'But at the same time, you're demonstrating a wildly outdated, anti-scientific and horribly inefficient way of using human energy. It's like trying to launch us into our clean energy future (or into space) with a coal-fired steam engine. It just won't work.'
... for the vast majority ... long-term sleep deprivation is a serious threat to well-being [said Ying-Hui Fu, a professor of neurology and neuroscience at the University of California at San Francisco, who has studied the regulation of sleep for 20 years].
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