Bill Gates bought a $43M beachfront palace and he's dumping millions more into a total renovation and that would be a weird thing to do if you were worried about rising ocean levels right? ๐Ÿค”
ยท ยท Mar 26, 2022 ยท NottheBee.com

If you were convinced that a house would soon be under several feet of briny, filthy Southern California oceanwater, would you buy that house? Better yet, would you sink more than $40 million into that house and then just for kicks drop another few million into a down-to-the-studs renovation?

Of course not! That would be very strange of you to do.

This, thus, is very strange to see from noted climate alarmist Bill Gates:

Months of construction has got underway on a massive oceanfront estate in Southern California believed to be owned by 66-year-old Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, for him to use as his 'summer bachelor pad'.

The six-bedroom, three-bathroom 5,800 square-foot home situated in tony Del Mar, north of San Diego, was purchased by the Gates in March 2020 for $43million, but work to remodel the home has only recently got underway.

It was one of the most expensive home purchases ever in San Diego County, but Gates is now carrying out a gut renovation on the house in order to effectively build a brand new property for himself which will ultimately occupy more than 6,000 square feet when complete, across four parcels of land.

It's odd, literally just a year ago Gates was warning:

As sea levels and floodplains change, we'll need to rethink where we put homes and businesses.

Funny how quickly that changes!

Who knows, maybe Bill Gates got some better intel that showed rising sea levels are not that much of a concern. Or maybe the whole climate thing is all just an act. Does anyone else ever get that feeling? Anyone?

Anyway in the meantime I'm sure Bill Gates is real excited to get into his sweet $43m+ oceanfront bachelor pad!


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