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Why should skeptics care about climate change? Tesla CEO and Solar City Chairman Elon Musk has an answer. Revolutionary Insights is curated from the Computer History Museum's Revolutionaries interview series and is brought to you by Audible. This talk was originally recorded on January 22, 2013.

©2016 Computer History Museum (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Too short. Not enough context.

This is only 1 minute long. Elon's comments are fantastic as usual, but this clip should be a free download if anything and more context included.

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Far Too Short

This was only one minute. Musk is an important figure in climate change. This should include more of his thoughts.

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Wow, powerful and mind opening

if you haven't given thought to the risks of our current lifestyle choices before, this will make you think

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Maybe to concise

Ok so risk to reward it's not worth even 1/100 chance of destroying the world for our present life style. This assumes car culture is desirable could you also consider how the alternatives compact cities mass transit locally grown food disarmed by many more people than have them