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    PHILANTHROPIST Bill Gates criticized a new coronavirus adviser rumored to be replacing Dr Anthony Fauci as apparently agreeing with the Trump administration’s “crackpot theories.” Gates, who said he has recently communicated more with Fauci than President Donald Trump, disapproved of views held by Dr Scott Atlas, a new member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force.  4Bill Gates criticized the Trump administration's coronavirus response and the views of a new adviser, Dr Scott Atlas Credit: AP:Associated Press Namely, Gates disagreed with Atlas’ reported support for allowing Covid-19 to spread with little monitoring so the United States can achieve herd immunity sooner rather than later. Atlas is a neuroradiologist as well as a public policy fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution....
    Bill Gates said the Trump administration appointed Dr Scott Atlas as the new coronavirus adviser because he 'agrees' with the White House's 'crackpot theories.' In an interview with STAT News, the co-founder of Microsoft, whose foundation has committed $350 million for COVID-19 initiatives, criticized the federal government's response to the pandemic. This includes the hire of Atlas, a senior fellow at Stanford University's conservative Hoover Institution. Atlas has advocated for herd immunity, believes Americans should be exposed to the coronavirus as children and has questioned the effectiveness of masks.  'The administration's now hired this Stanford guy who has no background at all just because he agrees with their crackpot theories,' Gates said. Bill Gates criticized the hiring of Dr...
    NUTTY conspiracy theorists have falsely claimed that a photo of Earth snapped by Nasa is a fake. The image, taken by astronaut Doug Hurley, shows the smooth curvature of our planet as viewed from the International Space Station. 3Nasa astronaut Doug Hurley snapped this photo of the Earth from the International Space StationCredit: Doug Hurley Posting the photo to Twitter on Wednesday, Doug revealed he "never gets tired" of the view from the station's observation deck. While response to the tweet was overwhelmingly positive, a handful of nutty "flat Earther" conspiracy theorists inevitably chimed in. Fat Earthers believe our planet is shaped like a disc rather than a sphere – a baseless theory that has been condemned by countless scientists. Clearly...