April 12 -- Investor and entrepreneur Peter Thiel talks about education in America with Bloomberg's Emily Chang.
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Flying cars will lead to anxiety that something is going to fall on your head. For the rest of your life. Cars won't be found on the road, but everywhere. Accidents wouldn't be limited to roads, but could occur anywhere, anytime. It's basically undoable.
increase he has to be important somehow. I’ve never liked economics as a science student. But what he talks about seems logical and efficient. The whole system seems a bit odd if you think about it.
More and more students are struggling getting jobs from inflation after graduation. The whole student loan federal and private corruption that occurred.
It’s all cash grab not forward thinking decisions.
Master Mayne Catholic slave, I don't mean to be rude but, haven't you ever wondered why you believe in that religion? You believe, because your parents believed in it, have an open mind and think for yourself. (FYI I was born in a Catholic household, and thought for myself instead of blindly conforming to other's beliefs.)
I agree, take the flying car out, but what he says on education is absolutely true. Today, many bright people has stopped thinking or solving real life problems; they are just busy cramming what's on the books a substitute for deep thinking and problem solving.
The part about education was thoughtful. The part about flying cars was stupid. (Instead of developing flying cars, how about concerning oneself with alternative fuel sources, or making cars more fuel efficient? The priorities seem very backward if you cherish being able to drive a car in the sky rather than being able to drive a car dependent on big oil.)
it was just a tagline. Peter has made comments in other debates where he emphasized the importance of energy innovation. Besides, putting "flying cars" in your tagline is more catchy than say "renewable resources"
the `corruptn is like way more
earth will be doomed by mentais for an few years
relative an bit of rhetorical expressn'es here, thoughe
whiche as if would taken as 'literal, or literal