Joe Rogan Experience #1513 - Andrew Huberman

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    PowerfulJRE

    Trukmė: 2:44:45

    Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain plasticity, and neural regeneration and repair.

Andrew Sims
Andrew Sims

Good podcast aside from the nonsensical covid/conspiracy diatribe/gatekeeping.

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Brian Tarrant
Brian Tarrant

JOE ROGAN I BEG OF YOU PUT TIME SEGMENTS WHERE YOU TALK ABOUT STUFF

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Reprogramming Mind
Reprogramming Mind

Joe is ok but he sucks ass hardcore on this one.

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George Enright
George Enright

Very interesting, this interview raises a question, how much DARPA money is apart of Andrew's research? It might even be more then he knows?

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Happy Change
Happy Change

Fauci is compromised by many areas.. wife’s employment & connections as well as his own.

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Abdulaziz Almaneea
Abdulaziz Almaneea

I felt bad for my English

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Breezy Beauty
Breezy Beauty

He literally explained things that are easily accessible on Google and didn't have compelling answers for anything. It was boring. I like the way he talks and dresses though 😂

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Patricia Beckman
Patricia Beckman

I want cntf injections! I've had injections bc of macula degeneration and it really isn't so bad. That was the left ete...my right has a macula hole. Andrew Huberman fascinates me with his knowledge! Thank you for this interview.

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Dean Harrison
Dean Harrison

huberman is a boss

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Banjojo
Banjojo

Are they talking about citicoline? Cause it sounds like they are saying acetocoline

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D G
D G

#LetHerSpeak #Vote #JorgensenCohen2020

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Sportys Business
Sportys Business

I was so enjoying this until they got on to why there are so many people who no longer believe in science. JR asked (1:33ish) 'who are the people who don't believe in science?' Andrew gave the worst, most condescendingly and UNSCIENTIFIC repeat of the mainstream propaganda by stating "well, there are the anti vaxxer, flat earther people, hahah." Sorry but the SCIENCE is clear, vaccines are not as safe, or effective, as we are repeatedly brainwashed into believing. Starting with the fact that they are legally classified as 'unavoidably unsafe'! Then the fact that they are never tested against a placebo as placebo testing is considered unethical. All vaccines (including covid) are tested against either another vaccine, or the toxic adjuvant component of vaccines. Someone in the current covid trial has just died and we don't know if he was getting the trial covid vaccine or the placebo, which turns out to be the meningitis vaccine, not a placebo at all. So, as a pro vaccine safety advocate (who the media negatively labels as an antivaxxer), I can FACTUALLY and SCIENTIFICALLY state that we have NO IDEA if vaccines are safe or not. Believe what you want, and laugh at my post, but it doesn't change the facts. Whether they said what they did to make sure the channel wasn't banned or because they really believe what they said, either way I am so disappointed in both of them.

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Damien Nelson
Damien Nelson

Listened to this one twice as well as several other Huberman interviews... so interesting!

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Grant Hendriksz
Grant Hendriksz

What you want to achieve by scaring mice?

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Josh Sasha
Josh Sasha

What a treat!

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Ms B
Ms B

We are just animals when it all boils down.

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Siddharth
Siddharth

36:08 a lot similar to Blake Crouchs book - Recursion

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Drew M
Drew M

Check how just flexing his text messages throughout this podcast 😂 Jeeez so many messages 146 text messages, poor me... Later Oh 14 new text messages gawww

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Suhas Shrinivasan
Suhas Shrinivasan

Get Andy Puddicombe on the podcast!

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Mike F
Mike F

Shia Lebeouf's father is on the podcast, nice!

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Deema Darwan
Deema Darwan

This is the first podcast episode that I watch/listen to so attentively until the end. DR. ANDREW TAKE ME!!!

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Lindsay Rex
Lindsay Rex

Wow, the knowledge in the podcast is truly astonishing.

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andycloned
andycloned

Joe "I have 14 new text message since I put my phone down" Rogan

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Fritz
Fritz

Need Dr. Anthony Fauci on the show!!!

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Vik Singh Dogra
Vik Singh Dogra

King of Sparta!!! He is handsome and Neuroscientist????? What a killer combo.

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TankingShaman
TankingShaman

Joe, if people learn to read each other's intentions, they'll stop reproducing 😁

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Weed Stox
Weed Stox

"the more stressed someone is, the easier it is to recruit them into delusional thinking" 🤔 sort of like brainwashing.

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how the jam
how the jam

Pupils also get larger when we look at someone we’re attracted to, is it because we want to focus or finding someone attractive related to a stress hormone ?

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TankingShaman
TankingShaman

You can put people who are afraid of spiders/snakes with real spiders/snakes though.

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Fiz N
Fiz N

How does one gain some control or influence over the limbic system, does the frontal lobe have this capability/capacity?

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jenipher chandley
jenipher chandley

Love Andrew Huberman's work. On a side note I think Polly Shore stated upspeek lol

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I was Egyptian in a Past Life
I was Egyptian in a Past Life

Where are the homeless people supposed to go, mister joe rogan?

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I was Egyptian in a Past Life
I was Egyptian in a Past Life

I loved Andrew’s comments about homelessness. Everybody deserves a safe home & healthcare. We all have the same basic needs, people. Most homeless people have mental disabilities & can’t function in life the way your average American is programmed to function. Have some compassion for your fellow human beings, no matter how long ago their last shower was. And be grateful for what you have in your life in comparison to these poor homeless people, even if they’ve fallen into the trap of drug addiction. You think when they were a child they envisioned being homeless when they grow up? Doubt it.

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M B
M B

Awesome episode! The only thing is Rogan is wrong about David Goggins being “all gas pedal”. I recall David saying he always does his “own version” of yoga/stretching while watching sports. That may be his recovery period.

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Paul Braga
Paul Braga

well, the brain is part of the body. some loose talk. yet we certainly are not just body, are we?

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alicia libbey
alicia libbey

Rogan=sell out!!

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gvidalq
gvidalq

He's too rugged for me to get distracted

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hallucinogen22
hallucinogen22

Yoga is a religion. Each asana is attributed to a specific Hindu god... the west wants to water it down and just use it for exercise, but rest assured you are essentially worshipping these gods. If you have issues with that, then pick another exercise, anything else really will give you the same physical benefits. Yoga is a spiritual practice first. Stop trying to whitewash these things to fit some American ideal

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Dolly Vandenbrink
Dolly Vandenbrink

Dr Huberman. U r wonderful & don’t be sorry for Giving soo much Information to us simple people.

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Nick MaGrick
Nick MaGrick

1:10:37 how do we know its not the other way around, and the intent which builds these resources is what then turns the eyes inward?

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Nick MaGrick
Nick MaGrick

1:03:16 I CANNOT be hypnotized. But I think that through meditation, and music and a few other triggers I have developed, I can self hypnotize, and its entirely about intent and focus. Kinda like how I can trigger a painful memory to feel sad or upset, but I can also trigger a memory of doing something like... well its SWIM's activities, those can put myself into a hypnotic state. Its hard for me to describe though. Its like crossing your eyes and suddenly every field of depth is the same and you don't focus on anything. I imagine electricity traveling up the base of my spine to the crown of my head, and I push that tingling sensation into place. Or I use some sorta rhythm (doesn't have to be a musical rhythm, or a periodic one) to put myself into a state... where the immediate is no longer the main concern... Im realizing I have a lot work personal work to do, to better describe this. Its like im being controlled by the whim of an alter ego instead of a hypnotist, but I treat it as equally alien to myself, even though its clearly familiar.

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Nick MaGrick
Nick MaGrick

is this a re-upload? EDIT: this is 100% a re-upload. I heard this podcast at least over a year ago 1:03:54 proof this is a re-upload. They still arn't worried about the pronoun stuff yet.

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RedCurlyHead
RedCurlyHead

Is it possible if we can read our thoughts to stop the civilization from progress? I mean everybody will get what they want and thats all..?

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Mina Aghaei
Mina Aghaei

I wonder why someone important like Dr Andrew Huberman has accepted to interview with someone who is using f.. word so often ??So unclassy.

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Rich’s Pizza Party
Rich’s Pizza Party

Mina Aghaei Because he’s not a pretentious and judgmental little flower like yourself.

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Leo Stark
Leo Stark

Andrew is great, he tried to discuss things about human performance that are based on evidence, specifically from his lab. But man, Joe Rogan managed to bend him into discussing all kinds of speculations about riots, comedy stand up performers, race, woke, Bertrand Russel, etc. etc, just bullshit and emotional outburst nonsense from Joe! Andrew, really pick your hosts, as some of us, who opened this video to learn about your experiments and research, had to listen more about Joe's speculations and emotional outbursts ranging from rioters to comedy standup performers. Why on earth would Joe Rogan even bring up this socio political crap, useless nonsense that's already filled up the Internet and mainstream media ? Doesn't look like Andrew's field of research is in this crap, he had to speculate himself and waste everyone's time.

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Nick MaGrick
Nick MaGrick

32:55 i think Joe is onto something here

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Nick MaGrick
Nick MaGrick

26:28 how do I shut off this "duration path outcome" thoughts? Ive had bad insomnia most of my life, only getting worse. Now every day I have a fairly clear sense of how much time has passed even after sleeping. Ive also stopped dreaming when I used to have controllable lucid dreams. Now I rarely dream at all. Ive had this thought that maybe my keen sense of the passing of time was linked to my ability to sleep, but I have no idea what caused it or how to fix it.

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MEZ
MEZ

2:36:00

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S S
S S

Hey Joe -- why don't you have DAVID PAULIDES of 411 on your show?

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Ajit
Ajit

1:18:33

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Aysel Güneysu
Aysel Güneysu

Around 53 min into the convo they talk about the wordings... I feel like everything is the same one thing and all the different educational sections are just studying the same thing in different ways and words, which is a good thing because it turns your brain to gold since it's harder to memorize difficult words, not only that but build and learn everything around it. For example laboratory would be one section of our spinal cord where a specific feeling/energy is created that the body needs to grow or repair etc.

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mew
mew

you are dreamers when you say that stressed people in this situation should meditate more and do more exercise. It's so hard to do all those things even if these are the best things you can do for your body, when you are forced to be a teacher for your kids, a mom, a playground friend, a cook, a husband, a wife, to try not to lose your job in the meantime, or try to get projects to bring some money home. When is there time to meditate???? We are stressed as FUCK!!! especially parents! to have to take care of kids and to have to gain money simultaneously in this situation is a loosing game for many people.

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quantum king
quantum king

Thanks to that " a whole lot of dead air here, kids", I had a second to think over my calc 1 student's skill set (just met with them) and reassess the neuronal files of my mind to better organize the data. Thanks yall!

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Mj Zen528
Mj Zen528

Upspeake = Karen’s

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Magnum Lifestyle
Magnum Lifestyle

1:00

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Ajay M
Ajay M

2:36:15

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ryan taylor
ryan taylor

To put it as simply as I can... Andrew fascinates me, the guy is super cool and relaxed and helps you to understand things the best he can whilst also helping you to learn and super fucking intelligent. Definitely one of my favourite of your guests

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Cassie Davis
Cassie Davis

Please bring Andrew back

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barry byrne
barry byrne

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0u9GST_j3s

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barry byrne
barry byrne

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEw5BkK9K9A guided self hypnosis

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Body Clock Coach
Body Clock Coach

Hypnotisable IS a word!

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alexbk44
alexbk44

Andrew seemed nervous at firsts but settled in nicely.

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Sam
Sam

Not talking about those affektive, pretentious people, but when you're a very empathic person you actually pick up dialekts. (I'm talking actual dialekts - not valey)

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F K
F K

WOW - me countless times. This was brilliant. Amazing talk. Amazing work,

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Black Cheetah
Black Cheetah

Captain super genius lmao

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brushjunkie
brushjunkie

Puhleeze Joe Rogan, upspeak isn't done just by California tech people on purpose. Try traveling to a different country (ie. your neighbours to the north) lol. It's easy to adopt an accent or speaking style that's different from your own original when you're immersed in a different environment. It's not always done deliberately. Just ask immigrants...

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Shells
Shells

Joe always wants to test sh!t on prisoners lol

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Kat A
Kat A

Such a great listen. So interesting and so TRUE! Although I feel homelessness is an economic problem and with the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer, this disparity was inevitable. When faced with economic hardship without societal supports, the only solution (for some folks) to survive is to tent it out. That is a government responsibility and why we vote.

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Jasper 03
Jasper 03

This is, next to Elon musk’s and Wim hof’s, my favorite jre one

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Kurtis Emling
Kurtis Emling

‘I think we are in the Technological Dark Ages’ -JR, 2020 Couldn’t agree more my friends.

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Kurtis Emling
Kurtis Emling

Neuroscientists for politicians!!!

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Daniels S.
Daniels S.

Andrew is a Lex Fridman 20 years later! )) I swear! I am from the future! ))

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Aaron DeSalvio
Aaron DeSalvio

“I’ve learned to take great comfort in suffering.” -Goggins

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Zatchi DZ
Zatchi DZ

A rational mind : the more unexpected a joke is the more it's funny This podcast : jokes break spacetime that's why they're funny ! Come on dude, can we even take a break from the bullshit ? Ok let me bullshit you more, jokes are a quantum field extrapolation of an unnaturally ordered set of words. I mean, this is interesting, but the amount of hype just makes hard to believe any if the science he's talking about.

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Jacob Schaffer The Cosmic Rockstar
Jacob Schaffer The Cosmic Rockstar

This is great

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Nick Piscitelli
Nick Piscitelli

Well I found out he's an idiot

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Indrani Das
Indrani Das

If only JR could let his guest finish a damn sentence without banal interruptions

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PETER EASTWOOD
PETER EASTWOOD

I love listening to the Doctor. !

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Nick Piscitelli
Nick Piscitelli

This guy makes money doing this and what is it that he does?

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Nick Piscitelli
Nick Piscitelli

I know it his name is and what he's supposed to do but what is he talking about

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Nick Piscitelli
Nick Piscitelli

This guy keeps changing his mind and making it up as he goes who is this guy anyhow?

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MELANIE TUCCI
MELANIE TUCCI

Joe needs to interview Nick Catone and his wife

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IMTHEBIGGESTCUNT
IMTHEBIGGESTCUNT

When you suffer a head injury, it can take a while for your brain to catch up with your eyes. First hand, this needs looking at in much more depth. Ears.. they seemed to work as normal.

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Vadel O'Ghader
Vadel O'Ghader

Lo

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arcade.ly
arcade.ly

Hey, don't blame tech for upspeak. I work in tech and we don't do that. It originated in I think the 60s and 70s amongst Californian hippies, slowly spreading, and then you can blame Paris Hilton, the Kardashians and the like for disseminating it everywhere like some sort of idiot virus.

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omar M Mustafa
omar M Mustafa

Joe rogan you Amazing fuck thank you!

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gary s
gary s

looters were created by Soros that owns the media, wake up to the puppet masters , mastering your minds

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gary s
gary s

payed actors

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gary s
gary s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TWLuo-8H98&t=21s. covid experiments

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gary s
gary s

These guys think they know the mind, although they do not know 1. The media that information travelled through and out the tv into the mind by passes the analytical mind straight into the subconscious and formulates belief systems through a theta alpha wave frequency, in turn it makes them believe their own suppressors. 2. Media created subliminal messages , masks, tape on buttons, wash hands , fear fear fear stress stress stress - shuts down ability to think critically , which makes you run to your suppressors more. 3. No diversified open research on what a virus is ....or the fundementals on how the media came to their conclusion. 4 the slow transition of the human mind depending on technology and the hi jack of the human mind. which we don't need, separation of humans is not good for any ones health.

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Amanda Carroll
Amanda Carroll

This is basically the most interesting thing I have ever listened to, so good!

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Saurav Acharya
Saurav Acharya

lol rogan trying to make it political when Dr. Huberman (yes, don't just put the title as Andrew) talks his talk

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First Name
First Name

"Upspeak," at least the way Joe keeps imitating it, sounds an awful lot like "Valleyspeak." :)

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3djjm
3djjm

11:32 Andrew trying to push it to 2.5 years?

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Peter LaCombe
Peter LaCombe

technology has been weaponized the target is pushing trans-humanism the reality is we are being divided and dumbbed down we have evolved as social creatures that thrive on close contact interrelations and we capitalize upon those social structures. We are moving in the opposite direction of that evolution which is influencing our de- evolution its not make America great again its make the future greater than it ever was in the past, not return to a past that was never really great to begin with, greatness is expounding on a discovery of knowledge and science that opens up the universe to discovery and creativity and development of advanced concepts that create an abundance of resources for people who have been traditionaly denied that abundance of hope for the future and condemned to a life of abject poverty and slavery.

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SMacCuUladh
SMacCuUladh

150 new text messages would spike my stress response.

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bernadette woodlock
bernadette woodlock

Makes my day to listen to some mind working information. I really appreciate it all but the vision science is especially interesting .

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Karen Glawe
Karen Glawe

Andrew u need to help my sister in-law she thinks god (spicifically Christian) is the reason for anything good or bad in her life and thinks it’s all signs directing her to truth or (living the word of god).. wtf happened to free will

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Dan Schriver
Dan Schriver

N' M

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pavan kharche
pavan kharche

Acytocolin isnt supplement. It's a neurotransmitter. The interviewer has no idea about that.

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Tyler Millaway
Tyler Millaway

Jordan peterson podcast fit well into this podcast in content and Application and understanding.

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Jeremy JMIAH Williamson
Jeremy JMIAH Williamson

Joe cracks me up how he repeats what other people have TAUGHT HIM on just previous episodes. LOL  BUT... IT MEANS HE PAID ATTENTION AND LEARNED!!!!

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Digital Soldiers 17
Digital Soldiers 17

Cabal sponsee rsucks....

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