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Eric Weinstein on Jeffrey Epstein

Eric Weinstein on Jeffrey Epstein

(15:25) MD of Thiel Capital and physicist Eric Weinstein talks about the impression he got from the one time he met Jeffrey Epstein. Full interview with Rebel Wisdom: youtube.com/watch?v=MpGxOR50sn4

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AxiomOfChoice AxiomOfChoice (23 days ago)
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don't know much about epstein but enough. however, the idea that someone with 600million dollars would not buy things like islands seems to be contradicted by this guy's execrable boss, peter thiel :

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Seasteading

On April 15, 2008, Thiel pledged $500,000 to the newly-created nonprofit Seasteading Institute,[86] directed by Patri Friedman, whose mission is "to establish permanent, autonomous ocean communities to enable experimentation and innovation with diverse social, political, and legal systems."[87][88] At one of the institute's conferences, he described seasteading as "one of the few technological frontiers that has the promise to create a new space for human freedom."[89] In 2011, Thiel gave $1.25 million to the Seasteading Institute,[90][91] but resigned from its board the same year.[92] In a 2017 interview with The New York Times , Thiel said seasteads are "not quite feasible from an engineering perspective" and "still very far in the future".[93][94]

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don't know much about epstein but enough. however, the idea that someone with 600million dollars would not buy things like islands seems to be contradicted by this guy's execrable boss, peter thiel :

from wikipedia

Seasteading

On April 15, 2008, Thiel pledged $500,000 to the newly-created nonprofit Seasteading Institute,[86] directed by Patri Friedman, whose mission is "to establish permanent, autonomous ocean communities to enable experimentation and innovation with diverse social, political, and legal systems."[87][88] At one of the institute's conferences, he described seasteading as "one of the few technological frontiers that has the promise to create a new space for human freedom."[89] In 2011, Thiel gave $1.25 million to the Seasteading Institute,[90][91] but resigned from its board the same year.[92] In a 2017 interview with The New York Times , Thiel said seasteads are "not quite feasible from an engineering perspective" and "still very far in the future".[93][94]

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