October 15th, 2019

Warren Buffet is the owner of Chinese EV Manufacturer BYD. Elon Musk has sailed his way into China with a new Gigafactory in Shanghai.

2 Billionaire competitors going after the biggest EV market in the world.

And then there is Bill Gates. US Administration has been pretty tough with China. In Gates’ Netflix Documentary we sympathize with Gates because he is a victim to the current US Administration/China negotiations.

Trump really fucks him over. Like he is starting a Chinese Nuclear Factory and then it basically becomes illegal – imposed by the US.

Here is a crazy thought. Combine resources from Gates’ Nuclear plans, Warren Buffet’s money and Elon Musk’s engineering to build a Nuclear Power Plant in the USA.

Each of these guys has tremendous abilities to contribute to a massive Nuclear power revolution.

Warren Buffet and Elon Musk have made clear indications they are all about clean energy. On top of being primary investors (and more) for the top 2 EV makers on the planet, Elon Musk has delved deep into Solar and Battery Storage for clean energy – Tesla Energy. And just today Warren Buffet invested 200M in Wind Turbines in Alberta.

Bill Gates has the plans with Terra Power to build a Nuclear Power Plant that is meltdown proof and fuels itself with spent nuclear waste crazy efficiently. With energy density improvement the grid could be replaced with completely with clean energy.

So Musk, find some resume’s or LinkedIn accounts of your best engineer rejects from SpaceX/Tesla. I am sure there are tens of thousands. Team up with Gates and utilize his plans to start a nuclear power plant together. Buffet, it’s your job to make sure funds don’t run out. I am sure that wont be a problem.

Best of luck guys. I can’t wait to see what the future will bring.

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October 15th, 2019

I am TSLA Long. Model 3 Owner. Brother of a Model 3 owner. Son of a Model S owner. I have reservations for Slate Roof and Cybertruck. I am a Tesla speculator and fanboy. I am not a financial advisor. Investing in anything comes with inherent risk.