Episode 228 – How to Become a Billionaire (and what to do with it)

04/30/201210 Comments

So you want to be a billionaire? Easy. Just come from a well-connected, eugenics-obsessed elitist insider family and steal, swindle and scam your way to the top. Getting rid of your billions in a way that benefits you and helps to depopulate the earth, however…now that’s the hard part. Join us today as we study the master of billionaire-fueled, eugenics-driven philanthropy of our times: Bill Gates.

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Documentation

Subscribe to The Corbett Report RSS feeds
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Support The Corbett Report – Subscribe to the newsletter
Time Reference: 01:16

 

Bill Gates on 21st Century Energy Challenges
Time Reference: 02:52

 

Bill Gates & Hans Rosling launch Global Poverty Ambassadors
Time Reference: 02:59

 

Bill Gates speaks at the University of Chicago on Giving Back
Time Reference: 03:09

 

Davos Annual Meeting 2008 – Bill Gates
Time Reference: 03:29

 

1989 Bill Gates Talk on Microsoft (640k barrier)
Time Reference: 04:50

 

Bill gates gets burned by Letterman
Time Reference: 05:34

 

Triumph of the Nerds pt 2. – Riding the Bear
Time Reference: 06:48

 

Bill Gates Sr. (6/17/09)
Time Reference: 07:34

 

Bill Gates on NOW with Bill Moyers 2003
Time Reference: 08:09

 

Bill Gates – Biography
Time Reference: 08:45

 

Pirates of Silicon Valley
Time Reference: 11:58

 

Bill Gates: Sultan of Software
Time Reference: 17:23

 

IBM and the Holocaust
Time Reference: 18:00

 

Episode 118 – Who Owns Your DNA?
Time Reference: 18:05
Episode 103 – The Smart Grid Cometh
Time Reference: 18:06

 

One Mainframe to Rule Them All
Time Reference: 18:17

 

Apple WWDC 2006-Windows Vista Copies Mac OS X
Time Reference: 19:49

 

Steve Jobs say windows copy mac
Time Reference: 20:16

 

Bill Gates Dismisses Criticism of Him in Steve Jobs Biography
Time Reference: 20:47

Pirates of Silicon ValleyTime Reference:21:10

 

Bill Gates on Using His Money to Save Lives and Fix U.S. Schools, and Steve Jobs
Time Reference: 24:30

 

Psywar
Time Reference: 26:52

 

Now, Bill Gates becomes comic book hero
Time Reference: 28:22

 

Good Guy Gates meme
Time Reference: 28:43

 

Saint Gates
Time Reference: 29:08

 

NewsHour gets $3.5 million from Gates Foundation
Time Reference: 29:40

 

How Ray Suarez Really Caught the Global Health Bug
Time Reference: 31:43

 

The Guardian launches global development website with Gates Foundation
Time Reference: 32:32

 

Media-related grants from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Time Reference: 32:43

 

Bill Gates on Using His Money to Save Lives, Fixing U.S. Schools, Reflecting on Steve Jobs
Time Reference: 33:05

 

Accidental Empires
Time Reference: 34:34

 

Bill Gates: Innovating to Zero
Time Reference: 37:58

 

Bill Gates funds technology to destroy your sperm
Time Reference: 40:21

 

Information on GAVI
Time Reference: 41:28
UN, Bill Gates Foundation Push Deadly HPV Shots on Poor Nations Under ‘GAVI Alliance’
Time Reference: 42:34

 

Elite Billionaires meet in Secret
Time Reference: 44:41

 

Bill Gates on Using His Money to Save Lives and Fix U.S. Schools, and Steve Jobs
Time Reference: 47:27

 

Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Unleashed | Concerns Grow
Time Reference: 50:14

 

Gates and Monsanto in Svalbard Seed Vault
Time Reference: 51:29
Report: Gates Foundation Causing Harm With the Same Money It Uses To Do Good
Time Reference: 52:21

 

Gates Foundation Criticized for Increasing Monsanto Investment
Time Reference: 54:37
Gates Annual Letter for 2012
Time Reference: 55:48

 

Failure to Yield – Union of Concerned Scientists
Time Reference: 56:12
The Bill Gates Song
Time Reference: 58:31

 

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  1. MagicBullet says:

    This link in the Documentation doesn’t seem to be working:

    Gates and Monsanto in Svalbard Seed Vault
    Time Reference: 51:29

  2. SuperMom Belle says:

    Gate’s Geoengineering connection needs to be considered as well.

    “The Fund for Innovative Climate and Energy Research (FICER)
    Grants for (GEOENGINEERING) research are provided to the University of Calgary from gifts made by Mr. Bill Gates from his personal funds. The activities of the Fund for Innovative Climate and Energy Research fall outside the scope of activities of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. FICER is not a Foundation project and has no relationship with it.
    The fund has supported research in a wide range of areas. Some examples include:
    1. understanding carbon dioxide emissions associated with international trade in goods and services;
    2. developing technologies to capture carbon dioxide out of the air; and
    3. climate modeling to understand possible environmental consequences of solar radiation management”

    https://weathermodificationhistory.com/bill-gates-funds-geoengineering-research-ficer/ Jan 2007-Present (lists 12 reference links plus videos)

  3. отец says:

    Dear James,

    Part of what you suggest as the “official story” about Microsoft was first recounted to me around 30 years ago during a course on x86 assembly language, the instruction set initially used by Intel’s 8086 and 8088 microprocessors. The only difference being that Bill Gates sold IBM’s CEO, John Opel, on the idea of “DOS,” a name he made up on the spot, via a phone call, which John Opel took via a mobile phone on his private yacht. It was a fun bit of computer folklore, much like Xerox not having the foresight to patent the computer mouse, but I never thought much about it since it is irrelevant to actually working with this technology. Upon a bit of reflection, I realized that around the same time that this conversation, however it took place, between Bill Gates and John Opel, I already had person experiences with two different DOS’s, nether of which were connected to Microsoft nor IBM. In fact, Bill Gates was only 9 years old when IBM announced DOS/360 (Disk Operating System/360) for their mainframe computers and 11 years old when that IBM product was first delivered. Obviously, Bill Gates did not invent the name Disk Operating System (DOS).

    The movie Pirates of Silicon Valley is mostly fictional and based upon urban myths.

    The IBM Personal Computer, model number 5150 (no, this has nothing to do with Van Halen), which John Opel, then president of IBM, strongly supported, broke most of IBM’s development norms in order to enter the personal computer market. Had they use their traditional methods of vertical integration, it would have taken them four years, rather than 12 months, before they had a product and they would have likely lost the opportunity to enter this market. It was IBM executive Bill Lowe that spearheaded this strategy.

    Had IBM used the Motorola 68000 (a better chip than the 8088 and 8086) as Lewis Eggebrecht, one of the key members making such decisions, apparently wanted to use, Bill Gates may have never been involved in developing PC DOS, which Microsoft sold as MS DOS. However, the 68000 was not production ready at that time. IBM also chose the 8088 over the superior 8086 because Intel offered a better price and could provide more units, but this is rather irrelevant in regards to Bill Gates’ involvement. This was a major boon for Intel and the money that came their way because of it afforded development resources that resulted in Intel processors becoming much more powerful than Motorola processors. This is why Apple eventually began using Intel processors rather than the more elegant Motorola processors they had previously used, which is why Microsoft operating systems were then able to run on Apple computers. Of course, IBM could have also used their own, much more powerful, 801 RISC processor, which already had an operating system developed at the Thomas J. Watson Research Center, an operating system that was much more advanced than what eventually shipped with the IBM PC.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

    • отец says:

      … However, the objective was to break into the personal computer market, not to develop a better product than what was already on that market. The strategy IBM chose to accomplish this depended on outsourcing and open standards. Thus, they wouldn’t use their own processor nor their own operating system.

      IBM wanted to use Digital Research’s CP/M, which was already being sold as an alternative operating system for the IBM Displaywriter System (something IBM discouraged), as the operation system for the IBM PC. For some reason, IBM approached Bill Gates concerning CP/M. This may have been because Microsoft was producing the Z-80 SoftCard, which enabled the Apple II to run CP/M. As well, Mary Gates apparently discussed her son’s company, Microsoft, with John Opel right around the time IBM was looking for the necessary non-IBM pieces to develop the IBM PC. Bill Gates sent IBM to Digital Research, from whom IBM proposed to license CP/M and rename it PC DOS. Digital Research founder Gary Kildall refused to license the operating system because he wanted to sell CP/M on a royalty basis. Had Gary Kildall taken IBM’s original offer, perhaps he would be in a similar position financially as Bill Gates is now.

      Having failed to license Digital Research’s CP/M, IBM returned to Bill Gates and Microsoft, who had already collaborated with Tim Paterson of Seattle Computer Products in developing Microsoft BASIC for a CPU board they had brought to market. Digital Research’s CP/M would also run on this CPU board once an 8086-compatible version called CP/M-86 was released, but the delay in its release prompted Tim Paterson to write his own version of CP/M. This operating system he wrote was aptly called QDOS (Quick and Dirty Operating System), but was renamed 86-DOS. (The acronym DOS, for Disk Operating System, had already been used by multiple companies for a decade and a half before this, beginning with IBM’s DOS/360, as mentioned above.) As the name and quick development cycle suggest, this operating system was quite inferior to Digital Research’s eventually released CP/M-86.

      The use of 86-DOS was a temporary solution to allow Seattle Computer Products to sell their CPU board until the superior operating system from Digital Research was ready for the market. Since it had no other purpose, perhaps Bill Gates did buy it from Seattle Computer Products at an extremely low price. Regardless of what deal was made, this inferior clone of CP/M-86 was sold to Microsoft who modified it, licensed it to IBM as PC DOS, and sold it themselves as MS DOS.

      • отец says:

        Apparently, Bill Gates and Microsoft were only interested in developing and maintaining DOS until IBM decided to use Xenix, which was a version of the Unix operating system licensed by Microsoft from AT&T. However, IBM did not want to replace DOS and the average customer who bought an IBM PC or some clone never experience anything better like Unix or CP/M.

        Digital Research attempted to get in on this market that they had missed, but their product’s higher cost prevented them from gaining very many customers. I actually bought a used copy of DR DOS (Digital Research Disk Operating System) around 30 years ago from the instructor who taught the above mentioned course on x86 assembly language. It was far better than the product Microsoft was selling.

        As for the computer mouse, Xerox didn’t invent it, Douglas Engelbart of the Stanford Research Institute did. The Xerox Alto was the first computer to use a graphical user interface (GUI) and mouse well, but they did not hold the patents to these technologies. By the time the computer mouse became a marketed product, the patent held by Stanford Research Institute had expired.

        This is the actual “official” story. Not really much material for a conspiracy theory other than IBM and Microsoft legally ripping off Digital Research or Stanford Research Institute and selling their customers an inferior product. Nonetheless, this is how Bill Gates ended up getting so rich. Too bad Gary Kildall wasn’t willing to license CP/M to IBM. Had he licensed it to IBM, I may not be writing this using LiberOffice running on a distribution of Linux.

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        отец

  4. отец says:

    Here’s an interesting thing to think about: for security reasons, many government buildings and important offices have shielded walls, floors, and windows so that cell phones and other wireless transmissions cannot enter or leave these buildings. This is likely true of people’s houses if they have enough money and feel the need for such security. Perhaps even the cars they are driven around in also have such security measures. Thus, the only time such rich and powerful people would be exposed to electromagnetic pollution is when they go outside.

    The low band on Wi-Fi routers is 2.5 GHz, around the same frequency used by microwave ovens to cook food, only with a much stronger signal than Wi-Fi routers. The Wi-Fi high band is twice the frequency, 5 GHz, which has more trouble going through walls, but can deliver a higher bandwidth, even though a wired connection is better (this is why gamers use a wired connection rather than Wi-Fi).

    These Wi-Fi frequencies are rather controversial to be beaming around one’s living space, but nothing compared to the high band used in 5G, which will run between 25 GHz to 39 GHz. (The low and mid bands used to transmit lower amounts of data will be in the ranges of what is already being used.) These line of sight singles will not go through most solid objects, but will deliver a higher bandwidth that is as good as a wired connection. Of course, line of sight singles like this were considered quite dangerous 30 years ago while I was studying antennas and electrical communications. The lab experiments we were assigned were all done within a Faraday cage with the antennas and test equipment inside the cage and us students outside the cage, at least when the power was turned on.

    Did they stop teaching how dangerous these line of sight signals are since I was in school? I’m sure Bill Gates and other rich techies over the age of 50 know this… of course, they are all living and working in shielded buildings. Do they ever go outside? If so, where do they go outside? Once they have 5G in their neighborhoods, will they be staying inside?

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