Kiril Sokoloff’s Big Picture

Published on
December 22nd, 2017
70 minutes

Kiril Sokoloff’s Big Picture

The Interview ·
Featuring Kiril Sokoloff

Published on: December 22nd, 2017 • Duration: 70 minutes

Revered investment visionary Kiril Sokoloff, founder of 13D Global Strategy & Research, encapsulates the big picture trends better than anyone and Raoul Pal gets the chance to sit down with the legendary thinker to peer into the future of technology, including China’s quantum computer advantage, which has the potential to be the ultimate disruption, with an unhackable new form of internet, as well as long term challenges facing the US like health and demographics. Filmed December 8th, 2017 in Nassau, Bahamas.


  • CW
    Chris W.
    1 April 2020 @ 02:10
    90% of millennials are not socialists! Haha
  • DM
    Douglas M.
    20 August 2019 @ 01:06
    An excellent interview. Even though I am a High School English teacher, he was eloquent when it came to instilling intellectual curiosity and educating his children. He's right about homeschooling and the ability for it to unleash a child's intellectual potential.
  • BP
    Byron P.
    8 March 2019 @ 23:36
    i find Kiril's view far to general, almost to the point that they are of little use. Timing is everything and Kiril's views take a notion of "eventually, this will happen". For instance, one could short equities now, be right in 15 years, but get wiped out before then. Timing is everything.
    • JC
      Jack C.
      17 August 2019 @ 10:44
      I find that predicting a secular theme is a totally different skill set to trading. As George Soros himself puts it: “My financial success stands in stark contrast with my ability to forecast events.”
  • ed
    elizabeth d.
    22 December 2017 @ 16:40
    Thank you RV and Mr. Sokoloff for this wonderful Holiday gift. For anyone not already familiar with Mr. Sokoloff's book, "Personal Transformation: An Executive's Story of Struggle and Spiritual Awakening", I cannot recommend it enough. It is required reading for my 3 sons... everything I dream of them becoming (honest, grateful, persevering, courageous, compassionate, spiritually dedicated and most of all loving) is in Mr. Sokoloff's incredibly inspiring story.
    • TR
      Travis R.
      6 March 2019 @ 21:40
      Thank You. This is why I read comments. Lots of fantastic knowledge in the RV network. Many other links above as well.
  • MS
    Matt S.
    15 December 2018 @ 08:43
    What are his views on Macron now? Macron the ex-Rothschilds banker (2008-2012) placed in power by the very central banking powers that Kiril claims to hate at the start of the interview. Why is it so hard for people to join the dots, sometimes? It's hiding right there in plain site. I agree with Kiril on his dream for a second European Renaissance, Europe is a unique and wonderful thing in this world, there is nowhere like it, the best of all things have come from there. But with the centralized banking powers of the world wishing to form a single block made up of a Euro-African race, easily controllable and obedient, I don't hold much hope for that vision to come to fruition; in fact, it is the end of the European peoples as we know it, and all by design. This is the New World Order - it's not a conspiracy theory, it's as real as day. Bankers, industrialists, money men do not care about cultures and traditions, they care about power consolidation and domination and great wealth. Until this is addressed frankly, honestly and directly.... things will not only not change, they will continue to worsen. All the censorship and fabricated "hate speech" laws are evidence of this dark movement.
    • EN
      Eric N.
      6 January 2019 @ 12:54
      Are you done, have you spit it all out? Any actual thoughts on the video maybe?
  • HJ
    Harry J.
    30 November 2018 @ 01:30
    A session between Kyle Bass and K would be interesting to put it mildly!
    • EJ
      Enrique J.
      31 December 2018 @ 10:09
      what would be great would a 4 way china series with Kyle , Jim rogers, Kiril and Steve Bannon with Raoul as moderator...
  • PD
    Peter D.
    22 December 2017 @ 14:09
    Great stuff. Probably the most convincing and thoughtful of all the bulls that RV has had on recently, Good contra-insights on India, China, Japan and Europe. Comments that the Chinese are building quantum computing capabilities that are a million times greater than anything out there seemed optimistic. Will definitely need to Google that. Other than that another great hour with RV.
    • MK
      Mark K.
      16 December 2018 @ 21:47
      Very thought provoking overall. He's emphatic the gold price is suppressed. I wish he had elaborated on this.
  • HJ
    Harry J.
    30 November 2018 @ 02:29
    It’s been almost a year since this interview, it’s time for a follow up. If you can ask him to come back to examine changes in the world and his views...... Does he still wear the glasses? Very interesting. Thank you Raoul.
  • RK
    Roger K.
    18 November 2018 @ 18:25
    Irony is you are nobody in life until you have made it financially. The most of the brilliant minds we might not have seen or heard of , might have lived and died quietly.
  • DL
    Dan L.
    25 January 2018 @ 23:15
    The last segment when Kiril says "My Dream always was to instill in the girls a love of learning and curiosity," sums up how I feel about life now at 30. I feel like it took me too long to spark that flame (probably because of the schooling system as he says now that I look back on it). Really enjoyed his perspective and hope to find a pair of those glasses! (ps - if anyone knows what those glasses are called please reply and let me know!)
    • JF
      Joseph F.
      8 November 2018 @ 03:55
      Just bought a pair of these glasses.
  • TE
    Tim E.
    16 January 2018 @ 19:46
    I really noticed how Kiril became more animated and forceful in his demeanor when talking about the education of his girls. My wife and I are facing the same dilemma deciding how to educate our daughter, and appreciated hearing the views of someone who has obviously been very curious and achieved an enormous breadth of knowledge himself in his lifetime. As another friend puts it, there is no "teaching," there is only "learning." The role of the educator is to inspire the pupil to learn, and provide guidance on how to best achieve that. They current system really does fail in many respects to achieve this, it seems.
    • DP
      Daniel P.
      1 October 2018 @ 20:38
      Loved that segment too! We took our kids out of school and travelled the world with them fro 2.5 years. We were questioned heavily about our decision to go against the usual system, but it was the best thing we ever did! If interested, you can learn more by searching Princes Off The Grid. Have a great week Tim
  • SU
    Shakeel U.
    29 September 2018 @ 23:35
    Great interview, excellent and interesting questions. Appreciated!
  • IV
    Iouri V.
    19 May 2018 @ 04:57
  • YB
    Yuriy B.
    25 March 2018 @ 20:16
    Though the interview had minimal useful investing info, it was just interesting to hear from this man for two reasons: (1) his attitude toward his deafness and (2) his suggestion to live life "twice each day."
  • rd
    ross d.
    11 February 2018 @ 08:42
    RP's best interview to date, well done
  • RS
    Ryan S.
    30 January 2018 @ 16:08
    Absolutely brilliant. Really like it.
    • RS
      Ryan S.
      30 January 2018 @ 16:11
      Agreed, it is provoking.
  • MA
    M A.
    28 December 2017 @ 07:58
    One of the best interviews, changed my perspective on a lot of things. He's also killing us with those german energy glasses!!! I googled for a while and couldnt get them and then realised maybe the comment section has an answer, turns out they are just as lost.
    • DL
      Dan L.
      25 January 2018 @ 22:01
      I'm googling everywhere right now. Can't find them either. I tried "energy glasses german pineal" ... nothing.. #crymyselftosleep
  • DK
    Daniel K.
    24 January 2018 @ 03:58
    I'm patiently waiting for Raoul to come out directly and tell Americans to flee the country. Our future continues to darken. I am hoping I have enough time left to finish school and escape before everything implodes.
  • LC
    Liliana C.
    21 January 2018 @ 06:57
    I enjoyed this beyond anything else gor a v long time! As a parent of a 10 year old girl and as an investor and career in finance, 🙏👍
  • BM
    B M.
    26 December 2017 @ 20:46
    Anybody has a sense of how much is a 13D subscription?
    • JL
      Jim L.
      27 December 2017 @ 23:25
    • TE
      Tim E.
      16 January 2018 @ 19:49
      I've heard $15,000 a year. And they have to "approve" you!
  • JD
    Joe D.
    16 January 2018 @ 02:54
    It may be interesting to ask Kiril what he thinks Musk, Brin, Page, Zuckerberg, et al's responsibilities are for the future.
  • AG
    Alex G.
    27 December 2017 @ 20:47
    The glasses Kiril is referring are definitely Nucalm. Kiril says it himself here: A little confusing given the website describes it not as light emitting glasses but as a system that includes a light blocking eye mask.
    • JL
      Jim L.
      27 December 2017 @ 23:59
      I have a nucalm system and what he is referring to is 100% not Nucalm
    • DF
      Diamantino F.
      2 January 2018 @ 15:22
      the glasses are from a German company :) , Nucalm is from USA !
    • M.
      Milton .. | Founder
      8 January 2018 @ 19:04
      Hi all, mystery solved. The glasses Kiril Sokoloff refers to are FIT 915 and are made by Occidental Institute. Anyone who wants to find out more details can check out page 14/15 in here:
  • NC
    Norman C.
    27 December 2017 @ 19:52
    Fantastic interview. I'm lucky to be a subscriber to 13D and read it as soon as it arrives each week. Kiril is really one of the best thinkers out there. Also, this is link to the glasses - one of his associates sent it to me :
    • DS
      Dan S.
      28 December 2017 @ 02:27
      Awesome thanks!
    • CT
      Claudia T.
      29 December 2017 @ 20:31
    • DS
      Dan S.
      4 January 2018 @ 06:10
      $1390 USD for those interested
  • AF
    Andrew F.
    2 January 2018 @ 22:06
    Thx Raoul. Really loved this interview. Had so many aspects that left me more fascinated about Kiril.
  • PR
    Pedro R.
    22 December 2017 @ 15:14
    Best interview of the year! What is the name of the company that produces the energy glasses? I want to buy one.
    • RP
      Roberto P.
      22 December 2017 @ 15:26
      Me too !!!
    • JB
      Joe B.
      23 December 2017 @ 03:13
    • CY
      C Y.
      24 December 2017 @ 03:21
      Ya I've looked EVERYWHERE and can't find them
    • BT
      Beckett T.
      24 December 2017 @ 08:17
    • RN
      Richard N.
      25 December 2017 @ 08:53
      Agreed and also want some energy glasses
    • HS
      HANA S.
      26 December 2017 @ 18:58
    • BS
      Bernie S.
      30 December 2017 @ 01:05
      Put me on the list as well.
    • AU
      Alex U.
      1 January 2018 @ 20:21
      me too :)
  • SS
    Steve S.
    30 December 2017 @ 01:16
    wow super enlightening conversation. Well done RV!
  • CC
    Charles C.
    29 December 2017 @ 23:55
    This is one of the best RV interviews. Just fascinating, and i like the focus on long term and big picture thinking. An obvious RV follow on could be a series on quantum computing - what it is, why it is so disruptive, who are the leading innovators, etc.
  • EB
    E B.
    28 December 2017 @ 11:28
    I honestly didn't like this interviewee at all. No value except the German glasses. Am I the only one who noticed everything he said was pretty much mainstream establishment consensus? You could read everything he said on Reuters and CNN. There was no original thinking, and it's no surprise: 13D is an organization with 50! Researchers! Way too big and averagey when you're surrounded by 50 filters. To me a quality original interview is the Marc Cohodes piece for example.
    • SP
      Simon P.
      28 December 2017 @ 12:24
      EB, Ive never had the will to criticise a persons view on RV more than when reading your comments above. OMG, what were you looking for, a free kick? Seat by the band? This was one of the best ever interviews and you, are either a complete ignoramus or total troll. Cant be anything else. Ok, well, maybe a washed up engineer, again, looking for a free kick.
    • CB
      28 December 2017 @ 16:54
      Agree. Struck me as a tarot card reading, all vague, "it's going to be big" but with little to no process or predictive value.
    • JL
      Jim L.
      29 December 2017 @ 00:30
      Kiril is one of the greatest thinkers in all markets globally. your comments show you clearly haven't read a single note he has ever written. Perhaps the interview didn't get that across adequately (I'm not sure) and from my perspective there was nothing new only because i read his note weekly. It is the most sought after, revered note in macro globally. You can get his thoughts on CNBC?! haha that takes the cake for foolish comments on this site
  • ag
    anthony g.
    28 December 2017 @ 19:29
    great discussion. He does appear to have rather different views on China and Europe than those of GPF, which is a Geopolitical group run by George Friedman. Be interesting to see who is correct on these big picture calls. Lets do another one with Sokoloff in about 2 years or so ?
  • JH
    Jesse H.
    28 December 2017 @ 14:32
    This was fantastic, and delivered just as Raoul promised -- in terms of high-level, global macro thinking. My favourite part was the philosophical musing at the beginning with regards to blindness and deafness, and developing a sense of the world...deep wisdom worth reflecting on. Thank you RV.
  • PJ
    Peter J.
    28 December 2017 @ 11:15
    Brilliant interview has put into words so many things that my gut has been telling me that brain wasn't
  • SD
    Stephen D. | Contributor
    28 December 2017 @ 04:07
    Kiril Sokoloff is a reamrkably erudite man but da Vinci "as the greatest scientist, probably, until Einstein" Surely not. There are many who ought to rank above the great Renaissance polymath. Isaac Newton would perhaps rank above all, probably including Einstein himself. Einstein, in 1919 wrote "No one must think that Newton’s great creation can be overthrown in any real sense by this [Theory of Relativity] or by any other theory. His clear and wide ideas will for ever retain their significance as the foundation on which our modern conceptions of physics have been built. " I liked this interview a great deal, but the pedant in me can't let that Da Vinci assertion pass.
  • JL
    Jim L.
    27 December 2017 @ 23:25
    Been reading 13D for years. Single best publication in the world. Great to have him on. And yes, nucalm is what he refers to. I have had a unit for a year or so. They are fantastic
    • JL
      Jim L.
      27 December 2017 @ 23:59
      Sorry correction - that is not what he is referring to. That is a different thing I'm not aware of
  • TE
    Tito E.
    27 December 2017 @ 17:28
    Without it being mentioned i'd have had no idea Mr Sokoloff was deaf. That's pretty incredible in itself.
  • NG
    Nicolas G.
    23 December 2017 @ 15:40
    Raoul, sorry but I do not understand why? This is the first person in RV who makes the point about the real killer app of BTC i.e. decentralized store of value to free up citizens from the monetary control of the central banks and governments, and yet your only answers to it are: "for me it is a bit of a fantasy" "today it is impossible to be the answer due to its high daily volatility". Oh, come on! I really want to read from you proper arguments. I read your superb analysis in Macro Investors and I cannot believe you do not have anything else. I hope you reply here. I really would like to hear from you more deeply on this topic. Thanks anyway! Superb interview. You continue to rise the level of RV.
    • NG
      Nicolas G.
      23 December 2017 @ 15:47
      BTW for those interested in Quantum Computing, Quantum secure communications and the Quantum threat to BTC, please refer to QRL, a british startup building the first Quantum Resistant Ledger and its Ephemeral messaging layer with Quantum encryption. You can buy their token for pure speculation or as an edge to BTC in case Quantum becomes a real threat to BTC soon. I hope this helps.
    • IP
      IDA P.
      23 December 2017 @ 19:50
      the QRL seems really interesting, notice the difference in style, they have a website with the team, I have never received aggressive emails from them, while for months I have been receiving dubious emails in my spam inviting me to: "Buy Bitcoin and earn 10000$ in an hour", thanks for signaling QRL
    • RM
      Robert M.
      24 December 2017 @ 17:25
      If you want to read a good analysis of blockchain, which relates to bitcoin's future, suggest you check out this article:
    • AS
      Andrew S.
      27 December 2017 @ 16:35
      I agree with Nicolas. Kiril sums it up nicely, no one knows how it plays out but Bitcoin is fascinating disruptive technology providing something that there is a HUGE appetite for worldwide. Hard to imagine having zero exposure.
  • js
    j s.
    25 December 2017 @ 21:57
    who makes the glasses he is talking about that helps with sleep and memory??
    • gg
      gurdeep g.
      27 December 2017 @ 13:39
      Role of 'filters' or 'tints' have been around a long time, particularly blue tint for dyslexia etc. These energy filters will be a bust, read the science not convinced at all. (Optometrist)
  • VM
    Vedanth M.
    27 December 2017 @ 11:01
    Great interview! I think the glasses are this---
  • DS
    Dan S.
    27 December 2017 @ 04:04
    I keep checking back in case some kind and smart Real Visionary has cracked the link to these German energy glasses! 13D is definitely institutionally priced (unfortunately)
  • JE
    John E.
    27 December 2017 @ 00:44
    Great interview, such breadth.... So many interesting references in this interview. Love it. Be it the Robert Kuok Memoir, Walter Isacson's book, or the glasses from Germany. A notes section (with links, dare I dream) from references given within the interview would be a great way to add value to subscribers. Happy and Prosperous New Year to all....
  • GP
    Gordon P.
    26 December 2017 @ 20:32
    Awesome, Thanks RV
  • BP
    Besar P.
    26 December 2017 @ 17:52
    Excellent. Please interview him again in the near future.
  • AG
    Alexander G.
    26 December 2017 @ 07:15
    Great Interview, thank you very much. Can we get link to glasses Kiril mentioned?
  • CT
    Christopher T.
    26 December 2017 @ 03:11
    interview of the year
  • MB
    Max B.
    25 December 2017 @ 22:29
    If Kiril sees the US falling behind!!! Where the hell does that leave the UK???? Eeeeekkkkk
  • DS
    David S.
    25 December 2017 @ 22:23
    Total national isolationism does not worked in the long run. - look at the Ming dynasty in China and the Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan. Today China and Japan are practicing a type of cultural isolationism and control coupled with internationalism in trade. With "America First" the US is moving toward isolationism and control, but unilateral trade agreements may not be win/win for the US trading partners. Mr. Sokoloff discusses the possibility that US trade agreements may drive smaller countries away from the US into large trading blocks if the US trade agreements are win/lose. American trade agreements may be improved with the America First policy, but the trade agreements still need to be win/win. Of course, trade policies are only one dimension of the America First policy. DLS
  • KE
    Kenan E.
    25 December 2017 @ 20:52
    Kiril is such an interesting and enlightening person, WOW. On one hand I'd love to have a beer with him and ask him thousands of questions. On the other hand I would be frightened to look really dumb... Thank you for this really interesting Interview!
  • RH
    Robert H.
    25 December 2017 @ 12:35
    Excellent interview. Such optimism. He’s definitely ‘glass half full’.
  • JD
    John D.
    25 December 2017 @ 10:06
    Phenomenal.... This is Real Vision at its very BEST....
  • SS
    Sami S.
    25 December 2017 @ 07:39
    Great interview Raoul - thanks! The range of knowledge displayed is amazing and humbling, people like this are truly an inspiration.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    25 December 2017 @ 01:23
    One of the absolute best and I’ve seen almost all of them! A very early RV segement (maybe the author that interviewed Basketball Coach John Wooden?) talked about having the 5 people in your “Circle of Competence” all be smarter than you are. For me, Real Vision is MY circle of competence and continues to expose me to the kind of thinking and analysis that I just can’t find anywhere else. It was an honor to spend an hour with this fine Gentleman and I felt humbled in his digital presence. Thanks guys for yet another blockbuster interview!
  • TM
    The-First-James M.
    25 December 2017 @ 00:14
    Wow, just wow. An incredible tour de force!
  • MY
    Madjid Y.
    24 December 2017 @ 23:21
    Amazing Thank You
  • DS
    Dan S.
    24 December 2017 @ 03:37 Ps: really enjoyed the interview. This helped make the decision to send our daughter to a Montessori school.
    • NV
      Nicola V.
      24 December 2017 @ 22:52
      These are not them. They do not emit a light and are not made in Germany. Save your money, there are same glasses that can be found on for about $15. The change in color lense does work and I use the Amazon pairs anytime I am in front of the computer after 5pm. If you are interested about Biohacking, which is what Kiril is basically discussing, follow David Asprey and Bulletproof.
  • JO
    J O.
    24 December 2017 @ 22:00
    In a word, marvelous.
  • LK
    Lisa K.
    23 December 2017 @ 06:18
    I don't know which company he is referring to but sells glasses from $299 to $1749 that uses photobiomodulation.
    • GM
      Gerald M.
      24 December 2017 @ 00:01
      Uhm, no. They don't sell glasses. They sell a cranial harness and a nose clip.
    • RM
      Robert M.
      24 December 2017 @ 17:26
      Was googling for the glasses but can't find them.
  • MN
    Mark N.
    23 December 2017 @ 17:34
    Great interview. I didn't understand the part where Kiril said no commodity has declined three years in a row, hasn't there been loads of commodities that have 'achieved' this?
    • RM
      Robert M.
      24 December 2017 @ 17:18
      Thought he was referring a a basket of commodities and not one specific commodity being down for 3 years in a row. I took his point to mean that if commodities had not "crashed" per se, they had gone down, in general, for 4 years which set a record. Certainly interesting times over the last 7 years and I am also a believer in his tall building indicator. 2018 is shaping up as a critical pivot point on the markets.
  • RM
    Robert M.
    24 December 2017 @ 17:15
    Excellent. These are my favorite types of interviews. Taking his comments and GMO's recent quarterly letter, need to spend more time looking at investing in EM markets and India. Very helpful stuff.
  • KM
    Ken M.
    24 December 2017 @ 16:47
    This was the best interview I have seen on Real Vision. Brilliant
  • PB
    Pier B.
    24 December 2017 @ 11:46
    Absolutely brilliant and thought provoking.
  • FG
    Fred G.
    24 December 2017 @ 01:15
    This may be the best interview has produced. I am in full agreement with james e.
  • je
    james e.
    23 December 2017 @ 19:06
    For thumbs down, I think RV should require at least one reason to be stated. This guy is brilliant, humble and has a breadth of experience and thought and I would like to understand the reasons for someone voting thumbs down. Maybe I missed something. This was excellent IMO.
  • WP
    William P.
    23 December 2017 @ 17:20
    It is this type of interview that makes RV so different and so valuable. Absolutely spot on!
  • IP
    IDA P.
    23 December 2017 @ 13:42
    could someone who put thumbs down on the interview explain why? I'm not criticizing their view, I would like to understand, because I don't....
  • DC
    Daniel C.
    23 December 2017 @ 08:45
    thank you for this great interview. just thank you
  • SR
    Steve R.
    23 December 2017 @ 08:29
    Just brilliant! I find myself agreeing with so many of his thoughts and observations, especially in tech where I've been saying the same things for years too. Its great when someone comes long like this that also thinks along the same lines as myself, its not only refreshing, but adds additional credibility to my own thoughts and observations and that I'm not just the odd one out.
  • BP
    Bryce P.
    23 December 2017 @ 05:05
    Fantastic. Simply awesome interview. One smart dude.
  • TB
    Tim B.
    23 December 2017 @ 04:31
    Real Vision is like the master Japanese craftsman renowned for creating the finest works of perfection. Then, defying all expectations and a few laws of physics, takes his craft beyond perfection, into the sublime. Just amazing.
  • PN
    Philip N.
    23 December 2017 @ 04:06
    I really enjoyed this interview while I disagreed with much of it. For example it doesn't matter what Xi says about wanting to trade with others when the reality is China's government uses its bureaucracy to make it extremely difficult to export anything but raw materials to them. Or the, this time its different, view on China's command and control economy. I found Mr. Sololoff's life advice was fabulous and I think that it is really his views on tech are really interesting. The future, as always, is cloudy.
  • JB
    Joe B.
    23 December 2017 @ 03:11
    That was simply the best interview I've ever seen, financial or otherwise. It evoked joy, humour, and optimism, but also fear and concern. It was like an encapsulated microcosm of human life. It didn't matter the question or topic, everything really came back to the human element, to the psychology, dare I say, to spirituality. He's so grounded and his thinking just soaked in experience, and yet his humility is so evident. Thank you for this, truly wonderful.
  • VS
    Victor S. | Contributor
    22 December 2017 @ 22:06
    Not once in all kiril talk did he mention “politics” ie how society should live! In this end China will collapse as the USSR did. This is a Communist nation. It will end from debt ,or hyperinflation... as always. The EU will also end because no commission can dictate to 500 million people what to do. The US trend under Trump has the best chance. Here is a point to ponder: the worlds Central banks have so distorted investment via QE and negative rates that NOT ONE PRICE IN THE WORLD IS ACCURATE. GOOD LUCK
  • NH
    Neil H.
    22 December 2017 @ 22:03
    fabulous interview on a myriad of topics. I was hoping that since you are a bull on the dollar and kiril is a bear that you would have hashed this out between the two of you. Perhaps you can let us know why your argument for a strong dollar is more compelling as he makes a compelling case as well as to why it will fall.
  • RP
    Rod P.
    22 December 2017 @ 20:28
    Thank you, for this extraordinary conversation.
  • RL
    Radu L.
    22 December 2017 @ 19:52
    on these kinds of topics, I may suggest an interview with Vacla Smil(not mkts related but encyclopedic knowledge)
  • IP
    IDA P.
    22 December 2017 @ 19:39
    I really loved this thank you!
  • CH
    Colin H.
    22 December 2017 @ 18:56
    What a fascinating man
  • AA
    Anatoli A.
    22 December 2017 @ 17:51
    RV, give us the name of the company with the energy glasses :) This interview is definitely in All time Top 3 of RV
  • PS
    Patrick S.
    22 December 2017 @ 15:54
    I can't download audio ????? Why no link on this video specifically
  • LK
    Lyle K.
    22 December 2017 @ 15:40
    LOVED THIS!!!! World Class interview..... this is what makes RV Special!!!
  • CA
    Christopher A.
    22 December 2017 @ 15:33
    Does anyone know the white/red light glasses that Kiril refers to in this interview? Thanks!
  • BB
    Bojo B.
    22 December 2017 @ 14:10
    Thank you. Brilliant thinking, and both authoritative and humble presentation. It seems the biggest question of today is whether we will live in a human civilization or not. Technology in itself is neutral, as everything, but if we don’t preserve our humanity, technology (such us microchipping children, GMO, Facebook) will make our society like a rich man without character.. not sustainable.