The rescue operation has proven challenging to date as swimming to safety could take about five hours and would require navigating through tight and dark passageways.
Yesterday, the dangers of the swim were made even more apparent when a former ThailandNavy SEAL drowned while trying to find the exit of the flooded tunnels.
The reason for the shift is not clear, but Musk's tweets have driven business in the past.
Elon Musk has said he is "happy to help" if there's anything he can contribute to the rescue mission of a Thai soccer team from a cave. Don't know if pump rate is limited by electric power or pumps are too smal.
He added that it could supply "fully charged Powerpacks and pumps" to aid authorities.
Musk later said The Boring Company is proficient at digging holes and has radar technology with underground detection capabilities.
We Happy Few is no longer banned in Australia
In some parts of the game, taking the drug reduces the difficulty and makes the game appear more colourful and vibrant. Games like Saints Row IV and Hotline Miami 2 have been banned from the country in the past.
China firm told to halt Malaysia rail link project
Mahathir said he will visit China in August since China's president, Xi Jinping, was unavailable this month. He says he will raise the issue of the unfair terms of the Chinese contracts and Chinese loan.
Police use drone to search children play area for Novichok
Russian Federation responded to the criticism from London by saying Britain was trying to frame Moscow for the latest poisoning. The Skripals' illness initially baffled doctors after they were found unconscious March 4 on a park bench in Salisbury.