Bill Gates: The 2021 60 Minutes interview

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“Without innovation, we will not solve climate change. We won’t even come close,” Gates says. Anderson Cooper reports for 60 Minutes.

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    Jeff bezos
    Mark zuckerburg
    Elon musk

    one thing these four billionaires have in common is that their first names have four letters.

  2. Would love to hear about the cerebral internet and the imprinting of the human mind and it's highly effective use with regard to advertising and dare I say it? It's use in the electoral process. Any comments on that Bill,?

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  4. I know Bill reads the comments as I saw him in the comments of his Netflix documentary teaser. Bill, please, hear what the people are saying. I know it's difficult because you turned off the comments for your YouTube page but you have to see that alot of your work is hurting the masses. Just take a moment a really hear the people.

  5. The governments of the world realize we’re doomed. We only have a few decades left before we destroy the planet. Only solution is to wipe out half of humanity. COVID was just a test run

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