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As described in Walter Isaacson's biography of Elon Musk, the man behind Tesla and SpaceX, is renowned for his unique perspective on family.  

Musk believes that educated people should breed, and the book explains why he had children from several different women. 

An important figure in this story is Shivon Zilis, a senior executive at the firm Musk co-founded, 

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Neuralink Corp. In keeping with Musk's promotion for procreation among the intellectually inclined, 

Zilis was convinced by Musk to consider him as the donor when she initially considered sperm donation for motherhood.  

He urged me to have a family since he believes that intelligent people should have them, Zilis reported.  

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