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#1169 - Elon Musk

2018-09-07 | 🔗
Elon Musk is a business magnet, investor and engineer.
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if you're doing constantly innovating decides is make fine thrower would have time for that well the famous edwin but wouldn't put a lot of time at the flames the hunters with an off the cuff thing and i'm sorry i'll throw like it's sort of a sort of a hobby company the boring company which started out as a joke and we decided make real and and dig a tunnel duelli and then dig then people other people ass a civic tunnels and so we said yes and a few cases darwin and then and then we have a merchant dissection that only has one piece of merchandise at a time when we sorrow for the cap and there was only one thing on it we're just boring companies come slash cap or hat that's it
and then we solve the hat sliver limited edition it you said the boring company and then i'm gonna spaceball movie and in space balls yogurt goes through the merchandising section and they have a flame fur and the merchandise extraction of space balls and it like the kids love that one line when it pulls up laborers like fainter so we does anybody tell you know does anybody go ilan maybe for yourself but selling a flame throughout the liabilities although people you're selling this device to what kind of unhinged people can be bought inflamed or in the first place to really want to connect ourselves tell these potential arsonists gets terms idea animal by what i said don't buy
a splinter don't that's what i said at the snow people it is another thing i can do to stop them it's eve i did i would come i said don't buy it it's a bad idea how many it's wrong don't buy it still view about it i couldn't stop them how did you make twenty thousand and they're all gone in three i think for days they sold out in four days think for days that's all that in four days are you gonna do of another run no now is it yes i said would you twenty that we did fifty thousand but you haven't hats at and and there was a million dollars workable we'll sell something and for ten million and that was twenty thousand vampires at five hundred dollars
they went fast there how do you have to take the time to do that though i mean i understand that it's not a big deal in terms of all the things you do but how do you have time to do anything i just don't understand your time management skills i mean a dense spend much time on this flame through i mean three totally frank it's actually just a roofing torch what an arrival cover not a real flamed her which is why it is not a flame through that's why we were very clear this is not actually a slander and and and it also told that various countries would would ban shipping of it but they would not there would ban flame throws so we very to solve this problem before or the customs agencies we label did not have time for their work effective i don't know i think so yes all far yes now but you dream that you cannot sir proclaimed her but you do
how many different things forget about the flame through like you do all the others how are you are you how does one decide to fix ella traffic by drew the holes in the ground and who do you even approach with that like when you have this idea could you talked about that nothing can be successful or not so like asserting that's gonna be successful but so far i've lived in allay for sixteen years and the traffic is always been terrible and so i don't see any other like ideas for improving the traffic so in desperation we're going to take a tunnel and maybe that tunnel be successful and maybe it won't listen i'm not trying to convince you gonna work and are the people get your anyone but
you are starting this that this is actually a project you're starting to implement right yeah no if we ve doug about a mile long take longer walk it yeah now when you do in this would it what is the ultimate plan the altar plans have these in major cities in any where this mass congestion and just try to know a first year at its its nl because i mostly live in early that's the reason is a terrible place to dig tunnels born of the workplace dick tunnels because the does most because the people were your think it's like what about seismic us like actually both tunnels are very safe and earthquakes why's that earthquakes up earthquakes are essentially have surface phenomenon it's like waves on the ocean so if you if there's a storm you wanna be on that on a submarine
a ring of tunnels like being a submarine now away the taos construct is constructed out of these interlocking segments kind of like a snake is sort of like a snake exoskeleton with doubles the us and so even when the ground moves the its able to the tunnel actually is able to shift along with the ground like an underground snake and it doesnt crack or break or or an and its extremely unlikely that both seals would be broken at its is capable of taking five atmospheres pressure its waterproof methane proof more gas proof of any kind and and meets all california seismic requirements so when you have this idea who'd you to military means
but when you hear your implementing at sea digging holds the groundwater have to bring someone that lets you do it yes oh they were there some engineers from space sex who were you thought would be called to do this and the guy rented like they today's steep davis his long time space ex engineer he's great so steve like i'd like to help make this happen a cool so we started off with dig a hole in the ground scott like up permit for a pit make pit and dynamic pet and you have to tell them what the pits for you to say hey woods one de gaulle they split this form as it yeah i was putting our parking lot
and what do you have to give them some sort of blueprint for your ultimate idea and they have to prove it like hers i work now i just started off with a pit atlantic pit and that is not really a you know they're really care about the existential nature of a pit he just say like i want it but right now and so on the ground so in red payment for the pit and we dug the pit in we dug in three days to three days actually too there is good cause aircars said he was coined by for the hype too he's gonna tender happily competition which like a student competition we have four who can make the fastest pardon the khyber loop and he was coming this was get the files are gonna be on sunday afternoon and so a web access conveyance on avenues linking up with it has put and then like shark
so we dislike friday morning and then yes those butler forty four years later we dug the pit there's like when twenty four seven twenty four put them what putty straight out something like that and douglas big pet and and and we're like should erik the pit of essential to pit but hey it's a whole grounds better no home ground and would you tell me this parliament you so this is the recurring of this idea yes we're gonna build tunnels under l aid to help funnel traffic better and their girl and they just coca that without we we ve joked round about this in the park as before to like one of the poorest you can go to the beach the run the city go here when dixon poles on the ground put some tunnels in there in nagoya ok i know other home ground but it's building on the ground will time but by making my question like i know how much time you must be spending on you teslas
factory i know how much time you must be spending on space ex engaged i have time to dig holes under the ground in a way and come up with these ideas and then implement mike i'm going it is i'm sure it isn't a shortage of that i don't know how you manage your time i don't understand it didn't seem it doesnt work seemed humanly possible you know do best i think we'll don't you totally understand what i do with my time they think like him business guy or something like that like my wikipedia page says business magnet what would you call yourself a businessman it is not please why wikipedia page to magnet the right now he's already jane is locked so nobody has been able to unlock it and traded to magnet somebody get what are you a magnet doing engineering and manufacturing in that kind of thing the sick eighty percent more more of my time
ideas and then implementation of those ideas does like hardcore engineering designing things right structural mechanical electrical software user interface engineering airspace engineering but you must understand is not a whole lot of human beings like you you know that right dear an odyssey aims yes to chimps like me we're all chimps yet we are not so much about europe some of us the more confused when i watch you do and all these things are like how does this motherfucker have all time all this energy and all these ideas and then but just let him do these things because i'm an alien that's what i've speculated that i'm on record saying this in the past i wonder it struck me if there was one i was like the was like maybe an intelligent being that we created in some way i creature that's a superior to pay
maybe i'll just hang around with us further while a cuban doing and then six months shit that's away i might have a son mutation or something like that you might do think you do probably do you wonder likely around normal people you let him think what's up with these borne down motherfuckers ever not bad for a human but i think it will not able to hold a candle to ai you scared the shit out of me when you but between you and sam harris consider until at a podcast with sam once again maybe my pants talking about a i realize like oh this is a genie that once to have the bottle you never get it back in that's true there was a video that you tweeted about one of those boston dynamic robots like in the future it will be
so fast you can't see without strobe light yeah equality that right now and no one really paying it too much other than people like you were people that are really obsessive technology are these things and happening in these robots are did you see the one where it be peter a statement you shouldn't kick robots wise for retribution that their memories but good bet it's really good really good about it is yes and getting better every day really are you honestly legitimately concerned about this are you the is like a i one of your main worries in regard to the future yes it is less of a worry than it used to be mostly due to taking more fatalists attitude so you used to have more hope and you
gave up some of it and now you don't worry as much about ay i like this is just what it is pretty much whether or not it is it but now it's not necessarily bad it's just stephanie gonna be outside of human control not necessarily bad right it's not it's not necessarily bad is just it's just outside of human control that the thing that's gonna be tricky here is that it's going to be very tempting to use a eyes a weapon we re attempting in fact will be used as a weapon so the b b the honor amp too serious a i the danger is can it be more humans using it against each other i think most likely that'll be the danger
how far do you think we are from something that can make its own mind up whether not something's ethically a morally correct or whether or not it wants to do something or whether or not it wants to improve itself whether or not it wants to protect itself from p or from other how far away we sent from something really truly sentient well i mean you can argue that any group of people
like a company is essentially a sigh cybernetic collective of people and machines that's what a company is and then there are different this different levels of complexity in the way these companies are formed and then there are sort of business like a collective a high in in the google sort of search google search in about where we are also a plug dynastic like notes on the network like leaves on a big tree often involve real feeling this network with questions and answers rural collectively programming be i am and google plus the older humans they connect to it are one giant
seven eight collective this is also true of facebook and twitter and instagram and all these social networks the giants i've never collectors humans and electronics all interfacing and constantly now constantly connected yes constantly one thing that i have been thinking about a lot over the last few years is that one of the things drives a lot of people crazies how how many people are obsessed materialism and getting the latest greatest thing and i wonder how much that is lot of it is most certainly fuelling technology and innovation it almost seems like its built into us take what we like what we want to feeling this thing that's costly around us all the time and it doesn't impossible the people going to pump the breaks it doesnt seem possible at this stage or content spending knew a cell phone latest tesla update the newest macbook
probably everything has to be newer and better and it's going to lead to some incredible point it seems like is built into us it almost seems like gets in instinct that we were working towards this that we'd like it is our job just like the ants build the anthill our job this is some hundred fuel this yes we're may this current some some years ago but it feels like we are the biological bootloader for i actively we are building it and then we're building progressively greater and intelligence and the percentage of intelligence that has not human is increasing and eventually
we will represent a very small percentage of intelligence but the eye is informed strangely by the human limerick system and it is in large part our id writ large power so we mention all those things the sort of primal drives us all all things that we like and hate and fear there all there on the internet there are projection of olympic system i know it makes sense in the thinking of it as a anything of thing of course
relations and just thinking of does human beings communicating online through social media networks as some sort of an organism that's a it's a cyborg took its combination the combination of electronics and biology this in itself is a measure that is to the success of these on line systems is the is a sort of a function of of how much limerick residents their able to achieve with people the more limerick residents the morn gauge meant whereas like one of the reasons why i probably instagram miss more enticing than twitter alembic residents here yet more images more video s tweaking your system more yes do you worry about war wonder in fact about what the next step is a lot of you
and see twitter coming that communicate with a hundred forty characters or two hundred eighty now would be a thing that people would be interested in like it's gonna excel it's gonna become more connected to us right yes things are getting more connected there at this point constrained by bad with our input output is slow but tickly output i forgot was with thumbs and we just have to put up with one thousand and ten fingers now we have thumbs but images artists are also other a wave communicating at high bandwidth take pictures and you sent pictures people what sense that's that communicates far more information than you communicate your thumbs so what happened with you or you decided or will you be took on a more fatalist accounted like what
was there any specific thing or was it just the inevitability of our future i try to convince people to slow down slow down ai to regulate this was futile i tried for years to see nobody lean in a movie robots fuck you take over you're freaking me out nobody listened nobody list no one people more inclined to listen today it seems like an issue that brought up more and over the last few years then it was maybe five years ago it seemed like science fiction maybe they will so far they haven't i think we would all like then only the way that regulations work very slow whistler indeed
so usually will be something new technology to cause damage or death there will be an outcry they'll be investigation years will pass there will be some sort of insight committee they will be rule making then there will be over site actually regulations this all takes many years this is the normal course of things if you look at say what a motive regulations how long did it take for seatbelts to be too if implemented to be required of the auto industry fort seat belts i think for more than a decade successfully fought any regulations on seat belts even though the numbers are extremely obvious if you had a seat belts on you'd be far less likely to die or be certainly entered unequivocal
and the industry for this or yours successfully mentally after many many people died regulators insisted on did belts this is it this time frame is not relevant to a high you can't take ten years from the point which is dangerous so late and you feel like this is done gave away or years away from being too late you have this fatalistic attitude and you feel it's going wherein almost a good doomsday countdown isn't necessarily a damn doomsday count on its its out of control countdown how to control their we will call the singularity and that's that's preliminary thing about it is it's a singular it's hard to predict like a black hole what what happens past
event horizon right so once its implemented its very difficult it it what do you it's of bottle but i'm gonna happen and it will be improve itself brought yes that's where get spooky right the idea that it can do thousands of years of innovation we're very very quickly and then will be just ridiculous were taken we will be like this ridiculous by logical shitting pissing thing trying to stop the gods now stop like we like living with a finite lifespan and watch in normandy call paintings it could be terrible and it could be great it's not clear right but what one thing is for sure we will not control do you think that it's likely that we will merge somehow or another with this sort of technology
augment what we are now or do you think it was replace us well that's the snark that they be merged scenario with a sigh is the one that seems like probably the best for us yes like if you if you can't beat it join it that's here so from a long term existential standpoint that's like the purpose of neural link is to create a high bandwidth in her face to the brain such that we can be somatic with an eye because we have a band with problem these can
communicate through ngos is too slow and whereas neural link at right now i think we'll have something interesting to announce in a few months that's at least an order of magnitude better than anything else pipe any better probably few anyone thinks as possible how much can talk about that right now jump the gun on that but what's like the ultimate what's what the idea behind equity trying to accomplish with it what would you like this case an area i think this is an area we have had to emerge with a sigh where we s serves as a tertiary cognition where where we ve got limerick system can be a primitive brain essentially
got be cortex suit you currently anna symbiotic relationship with your cortex olympic system organism our relationship and generally people like their cortex and they like the olympic system i haven't met anyone who wants to delete the olympic system or delete their cortex aris himself like both and the cortex is mostly in service to olympic system you may think that but that there that the thinking part of themselves is in charge but it's mostly their alembic system that's in charge and the cortex is trying to make the olympic system happy that's what most of that computing power is aren't towards how can i make the olympic system happy now if we do have a third layer which is the extension of yourself that is also symbiotic anders enough band with between the cortex and the air
extension of yourself such that the aid doesn't de facto separate then that could be a good outcome that could be quite a positive outcome for the future so instead of replacing us it will radically change our capabilities yes it will be all anyone who wants to have super human cognition
anyone who wants this is not a matter of earning power because your earning power would be vastly greater after you do it so it's just like anyone who once can just do it in theory ass the theory and and if that's the case then and lets say billions of people do it then the outcome for humanity will be the sum of the of human will the sum of billions people's desire for the future and that that billions of people with enhanced cognitive ability radically enhance yes and that which would be about how much different than people today of you if you had it explain it to a person who didn't really understand what you're saying how much different eu talking about when you say rather we improve what do you mean
you mean mine red wondering domingo every difficulty to really appreciate the difference like how much smarter are you with a phone or computer than without its your vastly smaller actually you know you can answer any question tribute disconnect arab answer any question premature instantly and calculation that your phones memory is essentially perfect you can remember flawlessly of of phone your phone can remember videos pictures i ever thing perfectly that's the that your phone is already an extension of you your already cyborg you donovan what's will arise there are already a cycle it that phone is an extension of yourself it's just that the data rate the rate at which
the communication rate between you and the cybernetic extension of yourself that is your phone and computer is slow very slow and and that that is like a tiny straw of of information flow between your biological self and your digital self and we need to make the tiny straw dry it roerer huge high bound with interface interface problem they re problem solved it is a problem that i think i think we hang onto human machine symbiosis through the long term and then people may decide that they want to retain their biological self or not i think they're probably
he's retainable biological self verses some sort of ray kurzweil scenario where they download themselves into a computer you will be actually snapshot it into a computer and times your biologic self dies you could probably upload into new unit three percent whisky we're going crazy ridiculous radical greatness of her commitment to this issue freaky see if i was thinking i long time by the way i believe you first talking cheers by were just as a great whisky thank you no one's came from her brother sectors can remember someone gave us old camp whoever does thanks good this is just an amicable again going back to you when you decided to be have of this fatal listing viewpoint so you weren't you tried to warn people you talked about this plague sensibly i've read several interviews we talked about this and then
he just certainly said ok just is not just an you in a way your by communicating sophia mean for sure you're you're getting the warning out to some people yeah yeah i mean i've out really going on the warning quite quite a lot of warning everyone i could your mouth obama and just for one reason like does what about a yes and what did he say so what about hilary whereby her first he listened he suddenly listened with congress i met with i was at a meeting of all fifty governors and talk about just it a danger and thought i want a good
i want to seem to realize where this was going is it that or do they just as soon as someone smarter than them is already taken care of it cuz it wouldn't here but something like a i've it's almost abstract it's almost its was like it so it so hard wrap your head around by the time it only happens it'll be too late you think they can quite understand at org and think it was near term or not sure what to do about it and i should like an obvious thing to do is to just establish committee gum in committee to gain incite before before you oversight before you do make regulations loose looked her understand what's going on and then you have it in sight committee than the ones they learn what's goin on good speed
then they can make maybe some rules for proposed some rules and and that would be probably a safer way to go about things at seems a means and i know that is probably something that the government's posed to handle but it seems i wouldn't want to i don't want the government to handle this what i want you to handle oh geez like you're the one who can ring the bell better because if if my pants let's talk about amulet shut up it's i think i come has no its target there was a random how to regulate other companies especially at bay but maybe companies get a great maybe getting could be some sort of a is that we have a good events where are you nuts was to dump toxic waste into the ocean you're not supposed to do certain things that could be terribly damaging even though there be profitable maybe is one of those things we should realize that you can't hit the switch on something that's going to be able to think for itself and make up its own
as to whether or not it wants to survive or not and whether now thinks you're a threat it whether i thing you're useless like why do i keep this dumb finite life form alive why why this thing around it just stupid it just keeps polluting everything should ever work goes lighting areas iron shooting each other while turkey too stupid thing alive lot some it makes good music now sometimes it makes movies sometimes it makes beautiful art and sometimes you know some i'm schooled hang out with i gave my lows reason for us those great reasons but framing objectives any outside this definitely flawed system does like if you the jungle in you watch is chimps engage in warfare each of us have started with edicts their fuckin really mean what mean the roaming aside chimpanzee authority relaxing does anything like oil cow what will lose recalled chimpanzee whom isn't exactly henry yeah yeah gonna get documentary i like
damn these transfer mean they're mean their cruel the other their calculated yeah they sneak up on each other and rise chimps did calculated cruelty now has pretty left that meeting and gave orders it's dark right where we know better because we have advanced but if we hadn't we'd billig wanna fuck and live in house the champ ways brow chip ways to go is it man chimp life so i want to fight now but we in a way to the a i might be like those jumps like these stupid large and missiles out of drones and she each other underwater like were crazy get tore torpedoes submarines fuckin airplanes drop nuclear bombs indiscriminately on cities or assholes they might go why are they doing this it might like
look at our politics look at what we do in terms of our food system but what kind of food we forest damages throats go there's these people crazy new look out for themselves make how much do we think about chimps not much very little take these chimps are at war these like look like groups are chimps just attack each other they kill each other torture is pretty bad behind monkeys there like this is private most that you know i mean it was less aid or rightums let me there all the time you have talked about or slovakia like asked did you say let's change every people are left and right now cancer obsessed i saw that david attenborough documentary on chancellor eat knows call bus monkeys and riven by heart
many many years ago and she screamed to how if i go oh this is why we were so crazy we came from that thing yet exactly now or in the hollow both yeah beggar like better philosophy yeah gaelic swingers they really are there they seem to be way more even than us way more civilised ahijah simply resolve everything was sacked the only rules they have as the mom more bang son that's ok my brain your sons their good women yeah good women the noble community everything else is back in and out haven't seen the bonobo movie while there
durban just at a zoo of bonobos at the zoo is costly go and harshly fucking ninety days of words and they don't care gay straight whenever this is far without labels irons invalid was at his years probably something in the pyrenees action you don't think they haven't at many zoos we ve looked at rome of looking pretty i think that's the thing the ability to keep regular chimps its use has been almost just always jack off and what's that evans nba gonna dig gotham really interesting press freedom yeah area how many other in a cage unanimously bryce can be pretty intent yeah we're we're weird thing you know when i've often wondered if whether or not we're do you know our ultimate goal is to give birth to some new thing and that's why we're so obsessed with tech gee because i like these technologies really mean it certainly enhancing our lives to in a certain way but is mean all
millions of making people happier right now most technology say no in fact you know we're too about social media before this about not having instagram when you phone and not don't you feel better yes i think that one of the issues with social media has been pointed out by many people is that i think maybe particularly instagram people look like they have a much better life than they really do right so by design people are posting pictures of when they are really happy there modifying those pictures to better looking enough though not modifying the pictures there at least selecting extra for the best lighting the best angle so people basically seem their way better looking than they were ass we really are right and their way happier see
than they really are so if you look at everyone honest ram you might think man they're always happy beautiful people and am i beg you log in and i am not happy so i must talk you know and that's gonna may feel sad so when in fact the people you think or see rabby actually not their abbe some europe really depressed the very sad some a happy saying people actually some sad as people in reality and and and nobody looks good old times the amount of you are now it's not easy something you should want what do you a great deal of time the exactly so i think i think things like that can make people quite sad when you basing my comparison cause you you sort of young people people generally could think of themselves i'll have to to others it's it's a wheel
personally ree we based lining our expectations and you can see the say if you watch some sure like naked and afraid or refused gonna try living in the woods by yourself for awhile you like the learner civilizations quite great has lights luggage is people when i come back civilization pretty fast on word unafraid was now throw quote the comparisons a thief of joy yeah of happiness is reality minus expectations that's great to but comparisons a thief of joy really holds true to peat is a date or as roosevelt fascinating in when you think about instagram cause would essentially instagram is with a lot of people is you're giving them the opportunity to be their own pr agent and they always go towards the glamorous and when and anyway does show that no filter
if they really do do thou o you're so brave look you don't make up now they were good anyway you look great we doing oh my god a bicycle causes farc you know you don't i know you don't you there they're they're letting you know and then the feed not that comments section who looked sidney i click it's a fresh stream of love like again right up to the sources it comes out of the earth and second that's lotta we let it alone water body bodies letter where it is i want my concern is not so much what instagram is is that i didn't they the people had the for this or the expectation for some sort of technology that allows them to constantly get love and adulation from strangers and comments and in this the ability to project this sort of distorted version if we really are but i worry about where it goes like what's the next one what's the next one where is it is it going to be augmented some sort of a weird augmented or virtual sort of instant
i'm type situation where you're not gonna want to live in this real world you gonna wanna interface with this sort of world is created through social media page and some next level thing the am go eleven the simulation yeah maybe it in the same year some ready player one type shit that's real that seems we have that hd survive here and i went down at a couple i was quite honestly as a kind of freaks me out her my kids fucking love it man they love it they love plain these weirdo games and and and walk around that headset on but part of me watching them do it goes well i wonder if this is like the precursor to sort of if you look at that that phone that gordon gecko had on the beach compare that offer here he predators like a galaxy note nine or other factors that become that right and i wonder when i see this hd survive unlike what is this thing gonna be ten years from now when we're making fun of what it is now what is how i mean how ingrained and how
how how connected interconnected is this text you gonna be in our life will be at some point indistinguishable from reality will lose this will lose this like you and i just look nature through eyes i see no easy me i think i hope you think so i think you know we have regular as this could be some simulation it could do you understand that while the argument for the simulation i think is quite strong because if you assume any improvements at all over time any improvement one percent one percent just extend the timeframe make a thousand years a million years the universe is thirteen point eight billion years old or what civilization if you count it feel very generous
polarization is maybe seven or eight thousand years old if you counter from the first writing there's nothing says nothing so if you seem any rate of improvement at all then games will be indistinguishable from reality or civilization will end one of us he thinks worker although we are most likely in a simulation we're we're on our way to stand right bobo but just because we exist we must certainly be on the road we could beyond them did that why doesn't mean it has to have already a harsh reality it could be invest reality we could here now on our way to the road on our way to the destination where this can never happen again
where we are completely ingrained in some sort of an artificial technology or some sort of a symbiotic relationship with the internet or the next level of sharing information but right now are not there yet that's possible to write it's possible that a simulation is one day going to be inevitable that we're gonna have something it's indistinguishable from regular reality but maybe we're not there yet that's also possible two quite there yet that this is real i touch thou veal aerial maybe that's why everybody's again like mason jars and shit mason choose people craft restaurants and they wouldn't want raw would have what's this nazi metal people it simply people like longing towards some weird log cabin type in a shroud reality uphold them on like clinging to sir regular nails through the mud look don't take me yes i want to work but then but there you will go get a mason jar with wine stem or handle the stark
municipalities bathing lose wine stamina handle they have those ass the sturdy people faster assholes that's like people make pet rocks rough some people just ass also take advantage of our generous nature it was made with the wines them made with animal they made it that way so them the one where you value right back onto the mason you thought i was a fine if there was included on or something in writing de legs made that white trash sheikh this is disgusting this is your honour this is terrible that's like fake breast that are designed to be hard like fake breast from the sixties it's if you really long for the ones rebels here we go sums what that is what you gonna do man is nothing meaner certainly do stop
certain terrible ideas from propagating yeah i would also like things were too dark as i think like you gonna have to be optimistic about the future there's no point in being pessimistic does too negative doesn't help doesn't help you know i think you wanna be my theory rather be optimistic i think about it i rather be optimistic and wrong than pessimistic and right right at least on that site right here is if if your pessimistic is going to move this rule yeah yeah nobody wants we around you anyway if it's the end of the world like a full told you broke yeah world that ending it is what it is for all mean enjoy the journey rid of you we want to get morose
made it is what it is for all of us anyway we we're all gonna unless some something changes in about ultimately you know even if we just sort of existed as humans forever we'd be which will eventually be like the heat death the universe bright adjoin yes or no but even if we get a pass the sun if we ever got away pass the sun running juice eventually it's gonna end it just assertion of went right so it really is all about the journey or transcendence from whatever we are now to something it doesn't worry about that none us as we know it will dissipate into a fine mist of cold nothing eventually then someone's gonna bottling put a fragrance to it sell it to french me for one another dimension survey long time i think it's really about how can we make it last longer
are you a proponent of the multi universes theory deeply there are many many universes and that even if this one fades out that there's other ones that are starting fresh right now there's an it a number of them and they just constantly and never ending cycle of birth and death i think most likely this is just about probability there are many many simulations relations we might well call them reality we could call the multi these simulations you believe are created like someone many their running on the substrate so that such trade is probably boring boring puzzle or will we create a simulation like game or remove the distillation of
interesting about life you like it takes to take a year to shoot inaction movie and then that's all the sole down into two or three hours so we tat you ve seen action will be being found for you it's boring super boring takes does like lots of takes us evidence in a green screen looks pretty goofy doesn't look cool but when she had the siege i'd have great editing it's amazing so like most likely you for a simulation it's really boring outside the simulation because why would you make some nation is boring makes emotion way more interesting this reality that is if this right now is a simulation if at all mentally inevitably were if as we don't dire get hit by a meteor we're going decoy
eight some sort of simulation continue on the same technological path pathway or on right now but we might not be there yet so might not be a simulation here but it how likely is you feel other places this notion of place or where is flawed yes flawed but where action like that if he has a sort of that live in him which further dismayed bivalve and stay in asia is re valve that made it actually see the hardware but is really about thing makers of half life yes her gray company craig company when you're in there and that some in that you virtual reality
which is only we get better where are you where are you really right yard anywhere more whereas in the computer what what defines where you are is equally right it's your perception is it brings europe sanctions or is it a scale that we have on your butt you right here of measured you in the same way as you were when you left me well your experience i think they're where you are right now you might not be a spark of joy if you talk you man just gonna come in here might have to lock the door when i earnestly on i that's my heard you might be taken medicine man i think about this all the time i mean its unquestionable that one day that'll be the case as long as we keep going his eyes nothing interrupt us and if we start from scratch and you know we're single celled organisms all over again and then millions and millions of years later would become the next thing that is us with creativity
in the building changed environment it's gonna keep monkey with things until a figure out a way to change reality to change i mean you're almost like a hole through what is this thing into what what it wants it to be and create new things and then those new things will inter sectoral other people to do things and will be this ultimate pathway of infinite ideas and expression all through technology and then we're one we're gonna wonder are we here when we don't let's find out welsh item and i think we should take the actions the set of actions that are most likely to make the future better yes bright yeah right back and then re evaluate those actions to make sure there there that it's true
but i think there is a movement that i mean in terms of social movement i think some of its misguided in some of its exaggerated in this law a lot of people that are fine for their side out there but it seems like the general old trend of like the social awareness scene to be much more heighten now but at any other time in history because of our ability to express our instantaneously to each other through facebook twitter or what have you in that the trend is too who banned in prisons if notions abandoned prejudice abandoned discrimination and promote com this and happiness as much as possible in this life so when it gave me sorry that is in fact to different dawning brought this with i want to stay here a real samurai swords going to play with that i know you're in the weapons that's going to one thousand five hundred and ten
early in the table universe go grab it alone that's a legit samurai sword from it actual samurai from the fifteen hundreds if you pull out that believe that blade was made the old they were massacred craftsmen folded that met and hammered down over and over again overlap period time and home that blade into what it is now was crazy is that more than five hundred years later that thing is still christine mean whoever took care that sit down to the next person to care of it and took out the pod classroom pretty fuckin crazy
yeah one day someone's gonna be looking tessa like that fuckin back doors they pop upside lamborghini because they can do you didn't you should i'll show you out was driven one i love them ever most people don't know what it can do like ludicrous mode in terms i try and super fast and irresponsibly on public roads irishman domenico can do that yeah looking to do that the new know about ireland the legs can do this like ballet thing to the transit baron orchestra spectacle red dances if legitimate genuinely want that's why would you programme man and took like that's what i get about you that's why it's weird like when you should appear all smiles plot a fuck
low torch not a blowtorch but i'm clicking austere flamed not aflame through my what i mean there are definitely not you're you're having fun this is like this thing when you know your programmer car to do a ballet dance fun how do you have the time to do that and understand why you dig in holes under the earth incentive rockets into space and and and power and people in australia i gotta fucked you have time to make the car dance ballet well i mean in that case there are some engineers tesla they said what if we make this card ants and play music like that sounds great let's try to get it done
time for christmas we did this your concern about someone just losing your mind and making do that and highway now or do that but if it's an operative number traffic now know won't do it notes actually you have to drag sinister idea that's where people to know about it we will have clark whereas like it could do lots of things lots of things once it gets hold of it ones how you're just at its everyone if you search for internet you'll find out but people another initiative such measures are well they do now des ass though so many things about the level action they model ass in the model three that i don't know about which probably very or something it explain it because i have close friends of mine and they say do you know the car can do this network
do you want to do a video there do you like the fact that some people don't know no i think it's probably not we should tell people yeah probably yes that would help your product methodology you don't sell enough from you so almost too many of them right be i mean i think a tesla is the most fun thing you could possibly by ever that's what it's going to be well our goal is to make it it's not exactly a car it's actually a thing to maximize enjoyment make maximum fun ok electronic like big screen laptop ridiculous speed handling stuff yeah do you have put video games in it you are yet possess wise
well what can you you won't be able to drive while you're playing the video game where we're going employed part we're just putting the be it the atari emulator remember later in it so we'll play missile command and leader lander and a bunch of other things you yeah that's cool is pretty fun like that we improve the interface muscle command to art with the old tranquil so this as does the touch screen version of missile command so you have a chance do you have an old car don't you don't sound like an old jaguar yeah yeah that's that's what's that sixty one series won't eat have jagger i love cars straight now of old cars the german daily to get only two regressing car they have a that and an old afford muddled that a framework give us molly to gas tankers is the form
all tea stockwell there's your car convertible of course our car that's a good looking car s desires that is it's not mine it's extremely close to mine that i don't have a front license plate online so beautiful car they need at that and i'm tired out god they nailed that must remain looks like that is my dear certain iconic shapes there's there's something about those cars to their not as capable not new he's cave was like a tesla but there's something wrong satisfying about the mechanical aspect of like feeling the steering the grinding the gears and the shifting the something about those this extremely satisfying even though their not that competent have a nineteen ninety three porsche nine six for its ago lightweight it's not as
the arrests america not very fast start like in comparison to a tesselated but the thing about it is like its mechanical feeler everything's etc you this weird thrill like your on this issue key ride and this all this feedback listen linked to that absolutely i'm in my type is like basically no electronics it's so you like that but you also like electronics your teslas soup it's like the far end of electronics yes drives itself striving itself better every day tat its they were about to release the software that enable you to just turn it on and it'll drive from highway on ramp to highway exit do lane changes over take other cars to go from one interchange the next if you get on say the four hundred and five and get off get off
three hundred miles later and go through several highway interchanges just to overtake other cars and hook into the naps system and then they use meditating home causes travellers very very scary what you think when you saw that video that dude fallen asleep behind the wheel i've seen it the one cent this girl is outside of san jose did out cold like this in the cars inch but above all traffic moving along he had seen it right yea i will we hope the generally what have i done software about signing it all video which software if if you don't touch the wheel it it will gradually slow down and put the emergency lights on and wake you up that's a larry s ear that's all areas teaches what voice wake you up what's up moreover its haunts hans had it should be like wake up fuck face well
in doing during your fellow humans we could we could gently wake you up with a sultry voice that big again something with a sudden accent why can't i get so hey swing back exactly what you wake i pick pick your right like see yeah just the australian girl for siri her voice you wanted seductive favorite i got one billion what flavour of do you want to be angry could be anything you want those us brilliant prison lady genes now when you love when you programs like that in is this in response to a concern or is it your own if you look at it and go hey dish in disbelief fall asleep its wake him up yeah it's like erect look there are people falling slippery but to do something about that fraud but when you first released it you didn't considerate right you just like well no one's guns sleep people fall asleep
as all the time that's i crash yeah these thoughts are visible crash that's better spare not to crash it's like i had fallen asleep and in a gasoline car there all the time for sure that every crashes somebody yeah and in fact the thing that really got me to cycle we'd better get what about going get it out there was a guy was in an early tesla down the highway fell asleep and he ran over cyclists and kill them and secondly man if we had autopilot when you run out one might have fallen asleep but only sooner run over that cyclists so how did you implemented like to just use cameras programmed with a system so that if it sees images it down what time do you give eric
the person whose in control of it allowed the programme how fast it goes s day you can programme to be more or less i more conservative like more aggressive driver and you can say what speed you wanted what what speed is ok i know you have ludicrous my dear douche bag loud were images gets people fulfilling changes this tricky because if you're like allay like an ice you're pretty aggressive rags pretty hard to change lanes it's hard to be sought nom it's hard to be known thursday here now i ask you if you want to hear tat santos boulevard african i mean you got a little pushy globular pushy specially everywhere angry angry didn't want you and speed up sometimes other people like overall
pretty nice one i've highway even an ally but sometimes there not to think the neurological help that things like probably everybody been locked in gather as high mind tunnel will help it would have traffic that'll help a lot those can you put in their cars we have an emerald money ass they might tells you can go three d sound go briny levels bright serve until he had held here for you go you can have a hundred levels of tunnel cheese i want be a ninety nine the ninth negative ninety nine floors this is one of them a mentor things people don't appreciate about tunnels is that does not like roads the fundamental issue with roads is that you have a to g transport system reedy living and workspace environment serve god always tall buildings or or concentrated work environments and and then
then you want to go into this activity transport system will usually ineffectually low density cars per spaced out pretty far an so that obviously is not going to work you gonna have traffic guaranteed but if you go three d on your transport system then you can solve all traffic can either go treaty up with flying car or go through it with tunnels you can have as many tunnel levels as you want even arbitrarily relieve any amount of traffic you can go further down with tunnels than you can go up with buildings your ten thousand be down if you want i would recommend it but what was that movie with what's his face bradley could not bradley cooper christian now what the foxes name bound like whose batman christian bail where they fought dragon
heaven matthew burkina hey to deepen the earth how for deepening the girl was meant for dragons emotional about member discussion bill arena fire rainfall have you ever saw that now turn again we but good when reckon s handwriting super far down yet would you get hot right martin weir yeah earth is a dry and ball of lotta with a thin crust on the top which we think of it like the surface then crust and it's mostly just a big ball a lover that's but ten thousand feet we do have you given any consideration whatsoever to the flat or movement top but that's a troll oh it's not know it's not you would like to thank you because you're super genius ta but
as a normal normal person i know this the way dumber than me and they really really believe they were youtube videos which go on uninterrupted and spirit a bunch of fuckin fake facts very eloquently and inarticulately and they really believe these people really believe for excellent i'm fine where the right deadness age where you noticed ludicrous mode new car goes one point nine seconds zero to sixty two point two too i too which ones one point nine the broader the next generation roads or cast out of this year and on top of this shit that's just it that's what standard additional sort of throughout the former package will provide performance package with what the fuck you need rockets for real yes what am i gonna burn think or pressure compressed air well
just a gas thrusters did you have to have air tanks or the s second era ok there's a electric pump well pop up like ten thousand piazza and how fast we talk and jeered assisting faster that's my girl could make to obtain why i want to go back in time craig fly you may fly you anticipate that has been me you're talking about the tunnels then flying cars developing this can we rural too noisy and this too much airflow so if the final issue in my heart to get work one of those like toy drones you how much how loud those are and how much era that they share they blow now imagine if that's like a thousand times heavier not going to be make your neighbors heavy your neighbors are not going to be happy if you'll out of line car in regard to reverse the hell kind of like the orange we have just really gonna be like what data was annoying
here can't even if you want to find i just put some wheels and a helicopter is your way around that like what if they figure out some sort of magnetic technology like all those bob lazard type characters thinking that was part of the u s foe knowledge they were doing an area fifty one members than they have some some thoughts about magnetic no no bullshit has really yeah there's a fundamental momentum exchange with the air so you must you must accelerate does those like this bears a sudden you you have a mass and have grabbed gravitational acceleration and mass mass times your mass times gravity was equal the massive airflow times acceleration about airflow tavern neutral force so too i'm gonna go round and then you want move empty is greater than emmy you will go down and if emma s great and andrew you up
outworks this is no way around there is firstly no around it does no way to create some sort of a magnetic something or another that allows you to tell me glee yes you you could have a strong enough magnet but that mind it would be so strong that you would create a lot of trouble you just said cars up a new car pick up i'm axles and after a pair of either mature on the ground or in a really natty situation of earth gravitational field and somehow make that incredibly light but that magnet would cause so much destruction you'd be better off with her helicopter so if there is some sort of magnet road like you have to magnets repel each other
at some sort of a magnet road that was below you and you can travel on that magnet road that would work ha ha ha yes yes you got a magnet road a magnet road has had too ridiculous no it's what work how do i dig it was too early i would not recommend it does a lot of things recommend resume or not recommend that get not wise i think i'll roads now that now to find out i think i was good was a lot of trouble so you put some time consideration to this other you know instead what my foolishly rendered thoughts so you think the tunnels are the way to it oh it'll work pressure than a work yes and you're the is it these tunnels and you're building right now there's a basically just like test versions of this ultimate idea that you have you know it's just a hole in the ground right we played
videos of it where you are right as you drop that hole in the ground this sled on it and steady goes very fast a hundred miles an hour plus yeah real fast festooned and then work a long distance long distances unionist draw the air the tunnel picture israel straight through the air in the ten years her reckoned tunnel because the then then japan how fast wanna go through these wheels or you could use our bearings depending upon the ambient pressure in the tunnel or you could maglev it you wanna go super fast so magnet road yes but underground magnet roads underground manga wiser going to really create a lot of trouble with because this metal thing so margaret rose the weighty gouges underground shorter really fast underground european and you'll be maglev in a vacuum tunnel mag
vacuum tunnel magnetic levitation in american alters one with rocket launchers now not recommend putting any come exhaust gas in the tunnel ok finally i open on right you have pointed out and you probably have limited mountain air in the first place like how much can you breathe give to pump surgeon into these cubicles and about whom pressurize part b like it like a little tiny underground spaceship basically like airplane because you are you're an plants not in new era and it is it is yes we have a little hole yet ever pump really they from the outside yes why
as i said at the heirs of aeroplanes have a private easy because they essentially you can they're pretty leaky but he's happy swung his day sons the airport is working out of this has been a backup pumps and i like you know three palms of four pounds or something and then that then there's like there's an ex exhausts through but the outflow valve and and through whatever seals are not ceiling quite right usually the door doesn't seem quite right on a plane so the butt of leakage around the door and in that but the pumps exceed the outflow rate and then that sets pressure in the in the cabin now have you ever looked at plans and gone i can fix this
time as you make a bet design for plain you do a better design i mean probably i think it is only talked about this and i have talked to friends friends friends and i mean frank girlfriend you could tell me what he got let's go on women exciting thing to do it be some sort of electric vertical take off and landing supersonic jet of some vertical take off and landing mean no need for my mind to shoot up try me here and talk how'd you do that when they do that's and some military aircraft cracked yes the trick is that you have a gift of transition to level flight and then you the thing that you use for vertical tear for take off and landing is not suitable for high speed flight so
two different systems vertical line as lots and lots of guiding light you're thinking about an electric plane is that you wanna go is highest possible but you need a sudden energy testing the battery back because you have to overcome gravitational potential energy once you welcome rubbish his potential entry and your at at at at a high altitude the energy use in crews is very low and then you can recaptured a large part of your the gravitational potential energy on the way down so you really don't need any kind of reserve fuel if you want because you have the energy of height graph to
energy this is a lot of energy so so once you can get high you but i like the way to think about a plane is its force balance to the force balance soap a plain that that is not accelerating is is a neutral force balance the force of gravity if the lift force with the wings then you ve got force of the wherever thrusting device the propeller or turbine whenever it is and you got the resistance force of the air now hire you go the lower the air assistance yes air density drops exponentially but drag increases with a square an exponential beats a square the hire you go the faster you will go for the same amount of energy and at a sudden i'll tell you you can go supersonic with less energy per mile
quite a lot less energy from well then an aircraft at thirty five thousand feet because it's just a force balance conversation it makes sense though no i'm sure does now when you think about this new idea of of designing you intervene when when you have this de about improving planes bring this somebody ages chuck liable under my plate right this from san i don't know i do what you do now but if you keep coming up with these it but it's gotta be here upon these off on someone else either a cake go do a job good job with this vertical take often landing system that i want to implement to regular planes airplane electric and isn't necessary right now electric cars are important
we need or some areas important stationary storage vantages important these things are much more important than creating electric supersonic futile also planes naturally you really want that gravitational and density for aircraft improving over time so you know important we accelerate the transition to a sustainable energy that's why electric cars matters whether lettre cars happen sooner or later europe were really playing the crazy game here with the atmosphere of europeans were taking vast amounts of carbon from deep underground in putting this when it was not in the analysis is crazy should not do this very dangerous
switched wishes we should accelerate the transition to a sustainable energy i understood bizarre thing is that obviously we're going to run out of oil in london you know there's only so much oil we can we can minor burn this total logical we must have sister s sustainable energy transport and energy infrastructure in the long term so we know that's the end point we know that so why run this crazy experiment where we take coins of tons of carbon from underground and put it in the atmosphere and oceans this is insane experiment it's the dumbest experiment in human history why are we doing this crazy do you think this is a product of momentum that we start of doing this when it was just a few engines a few hundred million gallons of fuel over the whole world not that big of a deal and then slow
but surely over a century it got out of control and now it is it's not just our fuel but it's also good looming fossil fuels are involved in something different electronics so many different comes at people by judges is constant desire for fossil fuels constant need for oil without the adoration of the is our inability to things like oil well coal gas so easy money brian's easy money have you heard about clean coal has been tweeting about it's gotta be real clean all caps dc used all caps clean coal well you know it is very difficult to put that's your two back in the ground doesn't like being in solid form have you thought about energy like that like some sort of a filter giant building sized filter socks carbon out on that matter
because i'm not i don't know you know it's possible now of no notice report no not fucked i mean this is quite a complex question right you know we're really just one or two more carbon we take out the ground and at the atmosphere and a lot of it gets permeated the oceans the more dangerous it is like either i dont think right now i think we're ok right now we can probably even add some more but the momentum towards sustainable energy is too slow like that there's a vast base of industry vast transportation system like this does two and a half million cars and trucks in the world so and ended than new contract production
if it was a hundred percent electric that's only about a hundred million per year so it would take it if you could snap your fingers and its instantly turn all old cars and trucks electric it would still take twenty five years to change the transport base to electric makes sense because how long's a truck car truckle ass before goes into the junk yard and gets crushed at twenty to twenty five years is there a way to accelerate the process like some source cities are so encouragement from the government financially well the thing that is going on right now is that there is an inherent subsidy in any oil burning device and eat any power plant or car
is fundamentally consuming the carbon capacity of the oceans and atmosphere or to say atmosphere for short so you can take ok there's a sudden probability of something bad happening passed a certain carbon content asian at me in the atmosphere and so this sum uncertain number where we were too much carbon in the atmosphere is over heat oceans warm up ice cap smell ocean real estate becomes a lot less valuable humbugs underwater and anne but it's not clear what that number is but it's definitely scientists would all it's really quite the scientists scientific consensus is overwhelming of warming i mean i don't know any seriously
actually zero literally zero who don't think that's that's but we have quite a serious climate risk that we're facing and so this fundamentally a subsidy occurring with every fossil fuel book burning thing power plants aircraft car frankly even rockets i mean rockets use up they burn fuel but there's just with rockets there's no other way to get two aubert unfortunately so the only way but with cars does definitely a better way with electric cars and to generate the energy do so with photovoltaics because we ve got a giant then when you clear reactor in the sky called the son it's great
shows of everyday fair level so if you can generate energy from solar panels stored with batteries can have energy twenty four hours a day and then you can have consented to the poles coordinate near two to the north with i voted lines on the north nor the northern part of parts of the world tend to have a lot of hydro power is well underway that all of us off your power things have an inherent subsidy which is their consumption of the carbon capacity of the atmosphere and ocean so he will tend to think like why why should electric vehicles have a subsidy but they are not taken
to account that's all fossil fuel book burning vehicles fundamentally are subsidized by the cost the environmental cost to earth but nobody is paying for it we are going to pay for it obviously in the future we will pay for it it has not paid for now now what is the bottleneck in regard to electric cars and trucks and things like that is it battery capacity yeah go to scale up production of car compelling make it better than selina diesel cars making more efficient in terms of late to distance it can travel you're gonna get far far enough recharge and you're roadster you're urine dissipating six hundred miles is that correct yeah yeah we would with alexander miles out right now i'll give you driven one six hundred miles now network
they make one right now there were six her mouth but the thing is too expensive so that cars are much more so widely salvatore kilowatt hour pat battery pack and you there are six hundred miles my mercy what do you have now three hundred and thirty mile and thus reclaiming thirty mile range and what is at issue in terms of kilowatts well that would be for model s hundred kilowatt hour pack will do about threerd thirty mildmay three thirty five as some people have hype while the two five hundred mile high profile that would just like go on forty five hours and hours somebody out like thirty miles an hour serious on level ground with papa tyres up really well gonna smooth surface in and you can go for a long time but definitely they do three hundred miles is there s mind for most people usually two hundred or turn fifty miles is fine thread of miles is you don't even think of
really is there any possibility that you could use solar power that solar powered one day specially in los angeles and then as you said it the giant nuclear reactor a million times bigger than earth floating in the sky is it well that one day you'll be able his power all these cars just on solar power i mean we don't ever have many days if we do this three of them well that the surface area of a car is without making the correct really blocky or having some like a g wagon reallocate or and unjust gotta look a lot of serb sir we're like maybe like solar panels fold out or something like your class thats we needed but you type yeah that the jaguar each type with a giant long hood that could be a giant solar panel what behaved as i did when i have this light unfolding solar panel thing they'd press a button and i would just like unfolding solid
animals and like charge recharge your car in the parking lot ah yet we could do that but i think is probably better to just put them ruth right and then it's gonna be facing the sent all the time because i what car wage about in the shade of in the shade commit a garage is right here didn't fiscal have on the roof the fiscal karma now generation for us i believe was only for the the radio that correct yeah i mean that i think it could like greece hard like two miles a day or did you laugh when they start blowing up when they get hit with water demur what happened they got that yeah the wind they had dealership lawyer fiscal carmen we're part is that like that with a flood and says when the hurricane came in they got overwhelmed with water and they also exploding this fucking great video of it you watch the video added watch the video but fallacies on picture of the i've been loomed up
what does that have video laugh my ass they are blown up they go when they blew up that's not good yeah we made it battery waterproof so that doesn't happen smile yeah there's a guy in kazakhstan that i think is kazakhstan that he has just voted through tunnel under an underwater tunnel that could flooded tunnel and just turn the wheels to steer and pressed accelerator and it just floated through that any smiles steered around the other cars you like that's me it's on the internet what happens if your car gets a little sideways like if you're driving and snow like what if you driving if your autopilot is on and you're in like denver snows out its little sideways tis a correct its does however it's got great tat attraction control but doesn't know had i correct you know oh yeah ass and kicked out you not account to steer knows
it knows how to do it well pray crazy that's pretty crazy so i give you grown sideways he knows how to correct itself generally want go sideways want now why not it will correct itself before it goes sideways even in black eyes yes this videos we could see the car b that alone traction control system is very good at makes fix your man great he like feel like you didn't like make you feel focusing credible driver i believe now how do you programme what would we do our testing on like an ice lake in sweden a real area and like norway and canada and a few other place porsche does allow there to video in as well they do a lot of their they do some other driver training school on these frozen surfaces so you're just the cars going sideways with you like it or not and you have to learn how to slide
into corners and how it asked but will electric cars have really great traction control because the reaction times so fast ran so the but guessing car you ve got a lotta latency takes a while for the and the engine to react and but for elected electric motors incredibly precise that's why you're not like look if you like a printer or something you you haven't you wouldn't have a gasoline engine printer that we pretty weird or
or like a surgical device it's gonna be an electric motor on the surgical device on the printer gassing engines can we just chugging away scan are going to have the reaction time but to an electric motor its operating at the most second level so it can turn on track antonov traction if within like inches of getting on the honest like this they driver patch vice it'll turn traction off and then turn it on a couple inches right off the ice like a little patch of ice because in the frame of the electric motor you're moving incredibly slowly you're like a snake it's your snail you're just moving so slowly because it's it's i can see at a thousand francs a second it's like say one mississippi it it just thought about things
thousand times so it's realise that your wheels are not getting traction it underneath answer some slippery surface it you driving on as it makes adjustments in real time yes and milliseconds there will still be so much safer than irregular car it is just that on four loved ones you did you want them to be driving a car yes that on board voters do fuck regular motors that them as action three are to have the lowest probability of injury if any cars ever tested by the us government well says yeah but it's pretty fun pretty crazy weep you know people still sue us like they'll have like some accident at sixty miles an hour where they like twisted and ankle and they said they like there be dead another car they still to us but that's the expected isn't it is to be expected
you take that into account would like the same sort of fatalistic you know undertones to sort of discover you got his eyes let it go this is what people do god knows what it is quite a lot of respect for the justice system judges a very smart and they see theyve as like i've so five found judges to be very good at justice because i like what like an juries a good two like there actually quite good you know people are you read about like a casual errors in the just system later you most the time the very good and like there the other guy mentioned that who fell asleep in the car are you he rode over a cyclist and an end and that was what encouraged me to get autopilot autism is possible that guy suit us he sued you for falling asleep
yes he will eat i i'm not coming he blamed on the new car smell what yes he blamed him falling asleep on you now car smell did someone is a lawyer as a real thing that happened what is a lorry that thought that through in front of his laptop before you wrote that up yes he got a lawyer and he sued us and the judge was like you this is crazy stop bothering me now thank god yes thank god god is georgia there was a brain dredges judges a very good some what about that enlargement voice up the river pennsylvania whose sound those kids out nobody story judge was selling young boys to present he was like literally yeah literally under bribes for he was was this to judge or it
you have just like actually a politician no has elected judges is a very famous story who he's in jail right now i think for the rest of his life and he he put away he would take her to a young boy would do something like steel something from a story and he would put him in detention for a five year something work over ridiculous your courageous and they investigated this history and they found out that he was literally being paid off was it by private prisons is that what the deal was there was some sort of but anyway this judges to judges for judges kids for cask and also the eye common please judges so i think they are elected and who is paying them some one it was proven to the point where they are in jail now paying them too who put more asses in the seats in these private presents a payment to put him in the eu
spilled over a million dollar payment i do think it's this process prisons thing is creating a balance and art right yes but that judges in prison thank god yes but i buy it for people who perhaps the justice system consists entirely of judges like that i want to assure you this is not the case the vast majority of judges a very good i agree and they care about justice and they could have made a lot more money if they wanted to be a trailer and instead they care justice and they made less money because they care about justice and that's why they're judges i feel the same way about police officers there are so many interactions with so many different people with police officers that the very few that stand out that are horrific we we too and to look at that like this is evidence of police are all corrupt and i think that's crazy no most most please there are a very honest yes on and and and and and
the more inhabitants lonely and by now that i know i'll get very honourable ethical people yes and much more our moral ethical below the average person that repression does my impressions well but an that's what it's just that we will be completed assume everyone's unethical and if somebody is is given a a trusted place in society such as being a police officer or a judge and they are corrupted then we must be extremely vigilant against such situations yes and take action but but we should not think that this is somehow broadly descriptive of people in their profession i can agree more i think is also an issue with some one of the things that happens with people officers prosecutors and and and anyone who is trying to kid big someone or arrest someone as that it becomes a game and in james people want to win sometimes people cheat yes yes i mean if it
if your prosecution you should not always want to win there are times when you should like locate should not want to in this case and then this pass on that case sometimes we want to win too much that is true and it also becomes tough if you're sure like a district honey you know it you use a tentative see a lot of criminals and then your your view of the world can get negative we ask of a negative you have a negative view of the world because you ve just interacting criminals play most of society is not consist of criminals might have to have this conversation at dinner so we'll just go with the truth tony i was like man was sometimes seem pretty dark because mechanism some terrible human beings out there and like you and yours like doing some case which consisted of
a couple of old ladys that would run people over somehow for insurance money it was rough allow us thus pretty rough as like it so hard to maintain faith in humanity if you're district attorney but but you know it's only a few percent of society that are actually bad and then if you go to the worst say point one percent of society other worst one in a thousand one in a million but how about as the millionth this person in united states rarity damn bad like damn evil like the familiar things like the millionth of one in a million of evil is so evil he will could not even
conceive of it but this three hundred and thirty million people the united states so that three hundred thirty people out there somewhere but by the same token does also threatened three people on earth and credible angels and unbelievably good human beings yeah on the other side but because of our fear of danger we tend to our thoughts tend gravitate towards the worst case scenario yes and we want a frame that ended this one of the real problems with prejudice we want and whether as prejudice towards different minorities or prejudice towards police officers or anything so if we want to look worst case scenario and say this is an example of what this is all about and you see that even with people are they frame genders some some men frame women like they get ripped off a few women and they sat all women are evil some women get fucked or by a few men all men are shit and in this this very toxic and its also
it's a very unbalanced way of viewing the world and its very emotionally based and its base on you experience your anecdotal experience and it can it can be very influential to the people around you and it's just today this way it's a dangerous thought process and pattern to promote it is it is a very dangerous but i really think people should give other people the benefit of the doubt and assume that there are good until proven otherwise and really most people are actually pretty good people nobody's perfect they have to be if you think that vast numbers of us thirty interact with each other with each other instantly we have to be better than we think we are known there's no other way i these weapons like but how many times like nobody's preserving i d motor and nobody yes nobody's like but not right flamelets writer fake flame thirty years not a flame through hell we're gonna go problem i'm report on that side to leave for the guests yeah
look man i say some doubt fucked up it's right there live and the thing is for sure guarantees make any party better yap well that's nets they armed civil in theory right that an armed community is safe and polite community access to cultural yeah i mean people to access a super polite never make somebody angry now don't know what's gonna happen yes on a good move yeah piss people often everybody can have a gun off just slip guy get in your lane yeah yeah what are we gonna big a site and central texas new ngo beautiful he asked this in macgregor about fifty miles we got close to her tat digit lives it out its head nugent
ok cool yeah there in a we have like lots of fire loud explosions and things people that their call with it i don't give a fuck out there there's very supportive yeah you can buy fireworks we kids go to school the ads you know it's dangerous yeah but it's free three there's something about oasis that's very enticing because that it is dangerous but its also free right yeah i can like texas well i prefer over places that are more restrictive but more liberal because you could always be liberal i'd just because these are free and just because you have a certain amount of right wing type characters it doesn't mean you have to be that way you an honestly there's a lot of those people that are pretty fuckin open minded and let you do whatever you to do right bother them yeah exactly that's my hope right now with
the way were able to communicate with each other today and how radically different it is then generations past is that we all the dust saddles and we all realize i like what you are saying that most people are good most people are good the vast majority yes i think give you will benefit out for sure i think you're right you know get help that what mushrooms don't think they're delicious yeah right too good for you too all kinds of what do you see in terms of like when you think about the future of our companies what do you see is like bottlenecks much more than her what do you see in terms of like bottlenecks the things that are that are holding back innovation is it right you're commissions and and people the donor stand the technology that are in
printing policy what what what could potentially beholding you guys back right now is there anything that you would change your question you know i wish which politicians were better at science that would help a lot that's problem yes there's no incentive for them to be good at science there isn't actually another pretty good at science in china i have to say yeah the mayor of beijing is i believe an environmental engineering degree and the deputy mayor of physics i met them and they are so shanghai is really smart and wood europe on technology what you think about this government policy of of stopping use of waterway phones and does there something about that than the worry about spying is
mean from what i understand from real tat people they think it's horseshit oh i'd i found it i know i don't know how to govern say don't you buy waterway phones did you up on our now we just then and this idea well i like i guess if you're if you're rub if you have like topsecret stuff then you wanna be pretty careful about what hardware you use but you know like most people do not have topsecret stuff right like nobody really casual porn you watch earlier is like nobody actually cares you know have they do that's kind on them communities like nationals by agencies do not do not give a rat's ass well why not for you watch that i do not care so like what secrets to death
nationals by agency have learned from the average citizen pipe nothing will that stood argument against the the narrative the argument by lotteries tat people is that the real concern is that these companies like waterway are innovating at a radical pace and they trying to stop them from integrating in our culture and letting this right right now there the number two cellphone manufacturer in the world ok samsung number one always number two apples now number three they surpassed apples number two and the idea this is all had taken place without them having any foot whatsoever in america there are no there no carriers that have their phones you have to buy their phones unlocked through some a third party and then put ok so and though the worry is that these are some another controlled by the chinese government they come is chinese government is gonna distributor phone and out of its though the worries economic influence they'll have to
which power ought to know what it is you you pay attention and it is not really you know i don't think reached worry too much about oil funds you know maybe you know security agencies shouldn't have however why five maybe that's a question mark but for the average citizen it doesn't matter didn't just like no that's not it pretty short the chinese government does not care about the goings on of the average mechanism is dead is there a time where you think that there will be no security work impossible to hold back information that whatever bottleneck boat will let go we're gonna we're gonna give in whenever bottleneck between privacy and ultimate innovation which will have to be bridged in order for us to achieve the next level of technological proficiency that we're just gonna abandonment and they'll be no
no security no privacy do people want privacy as they say put everything on the internet around now here confused but when you talkin about your nora link in this this idea that one day we are to be able to share information we're gonna be some sort of a thing that symbol finally symbiotic connect here i think we will need to worry about security in that situation and one sure that's like a security paramount shore but also we will we will be will be so much different large our concerns about money about staff it's about where all these things will will seemingly go by the wayside if we really become enlightened if we become artificially enlightened by some sort of an age interface we have the symbiotic relationship with some new internet type can and to information what what happens then what
what is important and what is not important is privacy important when we're all gods i mean i think the things that we think are keep private right now right we probably will not think or shame right information right what are you what are you hiding emotions where we had i mean i think like previous like embarrassing right embarrassed and stuff but it does actually like giving people does not that much that's kept private the people that is actually relevant right that be what other people actually care about me think other people care about her but they don't really care about us and so governs don't what some people care about it but then it gets weird when you when it gets exposing jennifer lawrence when old naked pictures or got exposed agatha in some ways people liked or more than they were
she's a person just a girl who like sex in this is to live and as a boyfriend and sends a messages and now you get to look into it and you probably shouldn of somebody go and they put online and she seems to be doing a person she's just you and me in the same things in some weird place where she's gonna thirty five foot tall green with music playing every time she talks yadda rush she's like not have not i'm not happy about it but she notches birches fairly doing fine but once this interface is fully realised where we really do become something far more powerful in terms of our cognitive ability are our ability to understand irrational thoughts and and mitigate them and they were all connected in some sort of an insane way would it mean how would it what our thoughts on wealth i thought
on social status like how many of those just evaporate and our need for privacy we need for privacy will be the ultimate bottleneck that will have to subject the we'll have to surpass i think the things that we think are important no will probably not be important in the future but there will be things that are important what was more for things might be some more of ideas potentially i dont think darwins going away right though is gonna be there there was no doubt will be there forever forever it will just be a different to a different irina the victory of the digital arena the foot arena dollars are going away what keeps you up at night was quite hard to run companies
especially car companies who are challenging the cart businesses the hardest manuel the things you do yes the consumer and business is opposed to space acts and not the basics of space access my walk in the park but but a car company spread of course keep car company alive spread of guilt you know there's only two car companies in the history of moroccan car companies that haven't gone back that's ford and tesla that's it he ford rode out that crazy storm her though the only one is getting their teeth shut out the mustang about security that isn't stan whereas able tells us we barely survived how close to get the folding very close we
or two thousand is not a good time to be a car company especially a start of car company and especially in lecter car company i was like stupirti squared and this is when you have those cool roads hers with the tire with a target up yeah we're like here is a highly finally chassis the body was completely different were superman strategy that we actually did was item is based on two false premises one false premise was that would be able to cheaply convert the lotus lease and use that as a car platform and that will be able to use technology from the store company called ac propulsion for the electric dr train and the battery is facing propulsion technologies are now working production and when
using none of it and long term none of it where to resign everything and then the once you out a battery pack an electric motor show card gotta heavier got three percent heavier invalidated the entire structure or the crush structure everything had to be redrawn nothing like that i think it had less than seven percent of the parts were common with any other device including cars or anything seven percent yes everything including tyres and wheels ports breaks yet even as they and will see the steering wheel was i think the steering wheel was almost the same ass this tat the the windscreen went whence different now i feel the same yes i think so i think we re vote lastly seven percent so that's what basically everybody panels different the entire structure is different the we couldn't use the h like the age back system that the commissioner was about driven
now i needed something that was actually driven will need a new ac compressor and all that takes away from the battery live as well we need small highly efficient air conditioning system that fit in a tiny car and was electrically powered not belt driven very difficult how much of those were the those cars the roster i think it was twenty seven hundred pounds a silvery lion dependent which version twenty six fifty two tweets him fifty pounds oh my god and what was the weight distribution it was about fifty well there are different versions of the car so about fifty five in the rear it was real rear bias right but not bad liking considering like a nine eleven which like one of the most popular sports cars while time heavy wherein bias well i mean
yeah but the nine eleven lacking the turk is like the bastard despite newton not being on their side of your fighting newton it's very difficult well if i gave you thus the moment of inertia on yeah i levin don't make any sense do once you understand once you understand i want to hang the engine of the asked this is not a wise move you dont want to lead up on the gas when you're in a corner of the parliament with whether with with something that's where the engine is mountain of the rear axel or off the rear axel toward the rear say a poem but of inertia is fundamentally screwed you cannot solve this is unsolvable use road problem the notorious your screwed right like sex life if you spend the car like a top that does your parliament of inertia you're just a promise i swear this show whether we really to my friend tell their practical fuck himself
told you not to swear afraid a good friend s where we realize you're fucking elon musk do whatever we want man variegated fuse commie elsewhere in private wherever storm to save frickin it's fun way the cycle all house moms wives and share that they have children yes frickin thing better way like like the portions and uttering how a handles given that it's the physics he asked we have enough sheriff hartman up to actually still make it work well is isn't gravel what do you know how to turn to the corner once you get used to the feeling of it there's actual benefits to it there are some benefits i enjoy the car i had before there was a nine eleven ok has nine nine seven or sick at seven
great carmen yeah i'm in particular with other ports when they had a variable veins turbo and you didn't have the toolbar lagged i was great azra great whatever language is like here if you for it phone home player in the older one thinks about an hour later let our accelerates and super dangerous drugs in the real world start spinning yeah there's something fun about a fellow like feeling that rear wait taking around again ozma efficient filter yeah i agree but does that was talking about earlier about that little car that i have than ninety three nine eleven assist theirs is not fast does not listen best handling car but it's more it is fine than any other car have because it's so mechanical it's like everything about it like crack poles and bumps and it gives us feed can i take it to the communist or because when i get there i feel it
my brain is this popping and sunfire fire its strategy for me now that i really stop driving other cars there i drive that car there just for the brain juice just there the inner the interaction arranged to try less pure another day i'll turn lawyer mind skull ok yeah tell me what order order model s people de ok james that data is the car that i drive ok ok i'll get with the car you drive ok don't might have our side i believe you have drive her father eighty miles that's good for allayed regular days you'll never noticed the battery never never how hard to get like one m crazy plugs starting your house that difficult now its severity just like a dry or plug in second violet didn't you come up some crazy tiles for your roof that are solar panels yeah yeah worth having
my refer not actually just try it out that's it though they its it takes a while to test roof stuff because roofs after last a long time rather like what you live route elastic could it curdle years over a regular roof now the sawdust versions as like this all powers you put on a roof so liked best whether europe's new or old save european you don't want to place the russia want to put like so pound on the front so that's like retrofit you know i never try to make the record for pounds of realize but then the new product we carry out with is if if you if you have a roof that's either you building or you're going to replace a roof anyway then you make the site the tiles sought have sole solar cells embedded in the tiles and then it's quite a tricky thing because you want to not see the solar cell behind the big the glass tile ass he really work with the ass an end at the end of the rivers coatings and layers so that you don't say
the solar cell behind the glass otherwise it doesn't look right weren't such really tricky theirs to put it up there yet hannah looks good she is right if you look closely can save you zoom in right you can see the sea the cell but if you zoom out you don't see the right but screen go that's more isabel so really hard because you have to sunlight go through right but we're too when this when it gets reflected back out it doesn't it hides the fact does a seller now are those available to the consumer right now all we have i think those are my roof right there yes that's amazing those good i like that one sort o that kind of fake spanish looking thing i like best french light that's why
people in connecticut smoking pipes without one that's bad ass did so actually work i believe so the thus the solar panels and our on that house that we just looked at is that sufficient to power the entire home it on your energy on her composure yeah generally ass i would say is probably for most it's gonna vary but it anywhere from more than you need to maybe half like who have to one point five of the energy that you need depending on how much roof you have what's to living space and how ridiculous you're with tv tvs no problem anders their emission echo conditioning that is the problem if you have an efficient air conditioner and you don't and putting on how like our
air conditioning rooms when they dont need to be a condition which is very common cause in the neck ears like programmer vcr like right now it's just blinking twelve so people just like i have a thought i was gonna make it this temperature all day long right i don't have a smart homeward if you're in the room then stay cool right yeah sure predict when you're gonna be home and then cool the room the rooms that you likely to use with a little but of intelligence we're not talking about like gene his home here was talking like elementary basic stuff ran like if you can hook that into the car like news coming home like is not more willing the home run in a calm keep in the heart of the home really cool oh you're not their right it can tell your coming home was going to court to write but you're right you have an outer that works with your solar panels or anything like that yeah area and we need to hook it up to a to really make the air conditioning have you thought about creating an air conditioning
system i you have your question i cannot answer questions about fischer pretend ok let's just let it go will move on to the next thing that would be an interesting idea she outside radiant heating all that good ideas now when you win you think about the efficiency of these homes and you think about implementing solar power and battery power and is there anything else that people are missing is or any other like i just saw a smart watch that is powered by the heat of the human body at some new technology is able to fully power i dont know if italy or if it's like this was right here this is it casio it's called a protest and its in like an outdoors watch and solar powered and so it has the ability to operate for a certain amount of time on solar yeah so if you have it exposed it can function
for a on solar yell ito like there's the self waiting such as where ya gotta wait in the watch and as you move your wrist the weight moves from one side to the other and at what wines the watch up that's a pretty cool thing yeah yeah but it's amazing that like rolex is that it's all done mechanically gino batteries and there is no nothing you can do the same in queer little charger that's based on risk movement but really and how much energy watches you know it's fucked up about that we accept a certain manner like fuckers with those watches like i brought my watch i've a rolex that my friend lorenzo gave me and i brought it to the watch store and i said this things always fast sid it's always like after a couple months like five minutes fast and they go yet really is what it does hold on i go you telling me that it just is always gonna be fast there's a guy it's like
every few months ago a reset it seems like wish recalibrate that thing they can't they ride they say every few months with its four months for five months or six months gonna be a couple minutes fast ok seems like they should really recalibrate that vineyards initiates always decided in our delete those minutes fucking kick down the door rolex which is a lazy discover amazingly and keep onerous watch with these tiny little game it's amazing i mean though the whole luxury watch market is fascinating i feel i'm not that involved in it i don't buy them are bottom is gifts or non binding for myself when i look at them online with this million dollar watches out there now that are like they have a little rotating moons and stars and they they live they look at this how to download j these preposterous like yours i love them i looked i think there's beautiful
but there's some of these people that is taken it rightly asked thereby he watches like seven fifty thousand dollars my girl that's a time exxon nobody knows it's not a better than some casio that you just by legally that though what here's the thing if your person that doesn't just want to know the time you want craftsmanship you wants artisans touch you want innovation in terms of like a person figuring out how gears and colleagues all line up perfectly to every time it parents over its basically a second me that's just this this art to that that's great it's not just telling time they are like this watch a lot but if it got hit by a rocco at sad sis to watch the mass produce thing that runs on some courts battery but those things
this art yet no i agree too beautiful yeah yeah blow it now there's something something amazing about it it's because represents the human creativity is not just that just electronic innovation there's something this is a person work in that death you have watch on now every used have what would happen my boyfriend tells the time point but lose your phone do you went on shirt let me guess you are a no case guy that's correct i regard the ash the grass thyssen dealer grass times in the last week i marveled visibility to get through life that a case right you know he takes his phone and he flipped cemeteries fingers like like
a soldier would do it his rifle is roles that china between his fingers marvellous he says that reason why they do it he said would you look as someone who has rifle what will they do that they flippin around like that right so that when it goes to drop they haven't enhance the catch quickly does what is phone you just flippity phone around i got that mexico i was hoping it holds joint does do anything at all you just how to hold its george story out there but like try to put a joined their close it you put like one one blunt one that seems pretentious you know that's the idea behind it i bought it one thousand max jokes i figure to be a good sized to hold joint or fraud
says that a joint posted a cigar yet now ok marijuana in light of tobacco ok says i push plot upon your how that i think i tried one once come on man and probably can't because stockholm i mean it's legal right to legal how does it work to people get upset at you if you do certain things back and marijuana there that's did the combination of tobacco marijuana wonderful first turned do it by charlie murphy and then reignited by day chapelle plus whisky exactly bounces it up i also druggist grandfather while its
the draw its a drug that gets a bad rap because you just have a little crate little sip here and there and you see or inhibitions relaxed and shows you true self and hopefully your more joyous and friendly and happy and and everything the real worries the people they can't handle it like the real worry about people can handle cars that go zero to sixty one point nine seconds or anything ever considered something that imagine if one day everyone has a car that's on the same at least technological standard as one of your cars and one agrees that the small thing to do is not just to have bumpers but perhaps have some sort of a magnetic repellent device something some electro magnetic field round the cars that has come has come close to each other the autumn
clearer adequately de celebrate because magnets or something what i'm in our cars break automatically break their yeah when they see things yes but look of physical barriers the weather wheels were pretty well wheels pretty well decelerated at one point one to one point two geez that kind of thing is you are concerned the one day all your cars would be on the road and then still be regular people regular cars twenty thirty years from now that'll get the mix and be them the main problem yeah they fix or like there was a time of transition or their horses and gasoline cars on the road at the same time has been pretty where ah that'll be the worst yeah
i'm horses were tricky back in manhattan had a three hundred thousand horses they forgot like floor horse lives fifteen years twenty thousand says that governed at every day however every year should say every a tweet on horses office three thousand was is and a few near lifespan back in the gangs in new york days that movie a lot of their horses you needed a horse to move the horse wearing the prodigal retrieve pretty freaked out if they have to pay their debts do you think they know what's going on it is rather tired pretty weird now what about my dragon this dead in a hoarse around and on a horse do you ever get up and think about your role in civilization different stop and think about your role in the culture cause me as a person never met you until today when i think of you
i've always thought of you has been this weirdos super inventor dude who just somehow another keeps coming up with new shit but does not a lot of you out there like everybody else seems to be obviously you make a lot of money in a lot of people to make a lot of money you like tat clock president right is a great clock one gets one sure ok done like where things like this are this is the coolest is tt promotion what is his tt studios too did she studios yeah gentlemen who makes all this by hand yes really cool let's study is filled with where devices well get ready for another one son your way you want a werewolf to hook up one a werewolf and one clock comin up do you think about your role in the culture cause me as a person ever met you until today of always
did you like power has is greatest inventing shit i carry you you keep coming up with all these new devices in what do you ever consider how on you like i had a dream once that there was a million teslas instead of like one tesla there was a million teslas not justly the car but niccolo oh yeah sure and that in his day there was a million people like him who were radically innovative it was a weird dream was so strange and i've had it more once result in very rapid taken gee innovation that's for sure it's one of the only dreams my life have had more than one time ok like whereof woke up and it's in the same dream i mean the same dream and in this dream its nineteen fourteen nineteen fifties but everyone is severely advance there's flying glimpse with like elsie de screens in the side of him and everything's bizarre and strange and it it stuck with me
for whatever obviously just stupid dream but for whatever reason all these years stuck with me like it takes one man like niccolo tesla to have more than a hundred inventions that were patent tripe mean he had some pretty great fucking amazing ideas yes but there were slightly in his day there was very few people like him is true what if there is a million what in ending the very quickly right there's not a million elon musk says one mother fucker do you think about that please try not i dont think i don't think really want to be
well what's the worst part about um people would like it that much but they can't be so that's why i'll take some superhero type shit you know when my baby spider man sleep tight and gotham city i hope he's out there doing his job is very hard to turn it off what's the hardest part might sound great too if it means around but what if it doesn't turn off now i showed you the isolation tank and you you ve never experience that before i think that could help you turn off a little bit just for the right yeah just you ve been asleep little bit of perspective magnesium that you get from the water as well that makes you makes you sleep because the waters absence alternate but maybe some sort of strategy for sacrificing your by allowed order not sacrificing by enhancing your biological recovery time by
figuring out away whether assume meditation or some other ways to shut off that that thing at night you must have a constant stream of ideas its run through your head all the time again text messages from checks now i'm getting text messages for a manager and say what the hell are you doing smoking weed zip at variance legal government approved it's not you know i'm not a regular smoker of reed how often smuggling almost never i mean is it i dont actually noticed any effect while they go there was a time work i think it was wrong dance for someone gave some buddhist monk bunch acid ok and ate it and have no effect on i doubt that
i would say that too but i've never met headed to the level that some of these people have whether constantly meditating all day they don't have any material possessions and all of their energy is spent tranche if certain mindset i would like to cynically deny that i like the senegalese pages fuck and think the same way i do they just hang out with flip flops on make weird noises but maybe now as i know a lot of people like weed and that's fine but i don't find that it is very good for productivity for you but for me the ads didn't mean i would imagine that for someone like you it's not something you be mala cub coffee you wanna european latte yes quite the opposite of a cup of coffee would you like a cup of coffee in reverse
we do so i'm saying you would like more more like will be beneficial to you would be like coffee i like to get things done like to use for that is one of the hardest things to do and i'll be useful when you say you'd like to get things done layer in terms of like what are they value satisfaction when you complete a project when something something that you invent comes to fruition and you see people enjoying it that feeling yes doing something useful for other people that i like doing that's interesting for other people so that do you think that that is maybe the way you recognise that you have this unusual position in the culture weaken uniquely influence certain things because of this many essentially have a gift right you with ngos occurs but i'm sure it's been
you will by many many years of discipline and learning but you essentially have a gift and they have this radical creativity engine when it comes to innovation and technology like you're just you're going at a very high our all the time what is our lives and stuff i don't know what would happen if i got into a sensor deprivation tank try cells will concerning who running the engine with no resistance that is not what it is though maybe it's not maybe it's fine i don't know how much i it tried have you ever is founded experimental with meditation or anything yet what do you do
i would have you done rather area just sort of sit there and be quiet and then repeat some mantra which acts as a focal point its does still the mind it just don't mind but i don't find myself onto it frequently do you think that perhaps productivity is may be more attractive to you the enlightenment or even the concept to whatever enlightenment means like what are you trying to achieve in your meditating all tat we would you it seems like almost like there's a frantic this to your creativity that comes out of this this burning furnace and fruit in order for you to combat thing down katharine might have
throw too much water on it like a never ending explosion i what is it like i try to explain it to a dumb person like me what's going on here and never ending explosion constant ideas is bouncing around who dan so when everybody leaves since ilan centre brush his teeth just bunch ideas bounce around your head who all time when did you realize that that's not the case of most people i think one of us if i were sex or something i thought i was insane why do you think you're insane because it is clear that people do not want their mind wasn't exe
voting with ideas also time they were in expressing it they weren't talking about an old any realised by time we're five or six like oh they're probably not in getting this thing that i'm getting no interest strange who is like an strange the strange but did you feel demand spider in like no this is a weird thing that you really probably couldn't commiserate with with other people there were they wouldn't understand you have there wouldn't find out because they might like put me away or something you sought that for second this when you were little rewarded me away like when you were little use others as well you thought is so radically different than the people around me if they find it i got the stream come in there
yeah it's only like virus ex do think this is like a mean there's there's outliers biologically you mean there's people that are seven foot nine as people of giant hands is people their eyes at twenty fifteen vision is always outliers you feel like you're caught this like you ve got some like on some weird innovation creativity sort of wave that's very unusual i keep you tapped into wins think of them that the various things even able accomplish in a very short amount of time and your car really doing this that's a weird your weird person right i agree here what if there's a million ilan mosques or that would be
we're very where whew yeah we prepared like real where personally now one of their main targets the previous tuna i mean i think that's the case with a lot of folks yeah i mean like my girls like twitter useful things maximize probably futures good making future exciting three or four too
with your tesla will try make things that people love is like not how things keep buying it you really love that really give you joy so rare sir i wish there were more things thus or try to snake things that somebody love when you when you think about many things that someone loves like do specifically think about like what things when move people's experience like what what would change the way people interface with life that would make them more relaxed or more happy you really think like when you thinking about things like that that like money you're considerations what we're gonna do that would help people don't be they won't be able to figure out like like what are the sort of things that can be done to make the future better
like so i think that a future where we are space bearing civilization and out there the stars this is very exciting this makes me look forward to a future makes me want that future in other things need to be things that make you look forward to waking up in the morning you wake up in the morning you look forward to the day for the future a future where we are space bearing civilization another amongst other he was very exciting that is a thing we want whereas if fiend we would not be a space frank civilization but forever confined to earth this would not be a good future that would be very sad i think don't want to stop seizure of the just that the finite life ban earth itself in the solar system itself that even though it promise me i mean how many what we're how long they feel like the sun and the solar systems exist how many huh
millions years well it's probably if you're saying when does the sun boil the ocean ripe about five hundred million years so is is it sad that we never leave because an i've got a million years that happens is that what you're saying no i just think like this there are two futures and one futurists were out there among the stars and things we read about and see in science fiction movies the good ones are true we have these starships and where we were going to see what other planets alike where molly pennant species and the scope and scale of
consciousness expanded the crust many civilizations and many planets and many star systems this is a great future this is a wonderful thing to me that's what we should strive for but that's biological travel that's cells travelling physically to another location using those deftly where we're going no yeah i don't think so either i used to think so and now i'm thinkin more likely less than ever like every day less likely that's my go to the moon and mars yeah do you think we're all gonna die like belt and we're gonna lose jupiter saturn you get clearer debbie the craziest place ever if we colonise bars and retire formed and turned into like a big jamaica
this is and i thought about it i mean imagine rate period as a great it's perfect there is an amazing alright we turn the whole thing in cancun well media overtime i wouldn't be easy video right it's you could just won't you could walk up yeah i'm a big it at air yes water there i mean overtime move hundreds of millions of years whatever takes rubio multi planets mrs thirty amazing you ve gotta species doesn't always want to be like air conditioning sadder pro human me too i love humanity i think it's great we're glad as row but that you love human sk as we love you too and we know why it occurs and eat us and you don't strangely i think a lot of people don't like humanity and serious blight pray do not buy think one of those that i think part of that is they ve been they ve been struggling when people say they associate the struggle with other people
they never internalize problems they looked other people is holding back and people socket fuck people and it's just you know evelyn never ending cycle but not always again most people are really good most people vast majority this may sound corny it does sound quite openly the answer is the answer it is it sounds quite because we're all scared you know we're all scared of trial love people being rejected are some taking advantage of you because you're trying to be loving her what have we argued just relax and love each other when her to have more love in the world jeffrey wouldn't hurt to be great we do that yeah i agree mad really how do you fix i ever loved machine is now but probably
spend more time with your friends and less time on social media now deleting social media from your applications from your phones they give you temper samples to happiness was the way these percentages i think probably some guy air could ten percent i mean i mean i think kept is twitter because i can i need some means of getting a message out you know about it so far so good well what's interesting do you actually occasionally engage with people on twitter here what percentage of that is a good idea good
ten percent second tar it's mostly i think it's on balance more good than bad weather is definitely some bad so do you ever hopefully the good outweighs the bad do you ever think how is the bleared feeling that you get me some says some shit you on twitter and you read it the weird feeling weird little negative jaw sech a subjective negative a lot of energy they don't really need to absorb it do anywhere war fought the scar fuck him i mean there's a lot of negativity on twitter it is but weird it's in in its form the way if you ingested as if you're like a tribunal scientist as your ingesting it well we're is this even getting upset and some stuff each person saying something mean to me some even accurate
in that there are vast number of negative comments have asked for the vast majority who i just ignore them the vast majority every now and again it drawn in a good start good make mistakes yes you can make these techniques we also mistakes were all human we can make mistakes it and people love it when you say something and you take it back not fuck you we saved it forever fuckin screenshot that shit bitch you had that thought you have that thought wow i deleted it good enough we had the thought i'm better than you i never had that thought you had that thought you piece of shit look i say did put it on a blog your wife you don't think that that any one would think that deleting it we make them go away the cycle of windows internet for a while it's even like a thing is they dont brown or you to be able to delete it because
the problem is if you don't leader i believe it anymore it's really to say hey that thing above i believe that anymore i changed my mind the way you things yes because people double fuck you are have that over there i'm just take that america pay attention that shit you wrote on its own your permanent drought forever bright eyes out to destroy your permanent record took a tattoo you keep it is this thing where this it's it's all there is a lack of compassion so lack of compassion issue people just intentionally shitty to each other the time online and trying to catch it's their more trying to catch people doing something that's arrest a ball like a cop travel i get home arrest son as his record so they try to catch you something more than there logically looking at it thinking it's a bad thing you ve done or the so an idea they don't agree with so much need insult you try to catch you dare
i mean it's ways are to be mean on media than it is to be mean in person yes ways you yeah it's way europe is not a normal way of human interacting its churning was it interacts so easily but people are not looking at yes you'd never do that you'd every some mean someone living in their eyes if you did you feel a shit most people yeah lesser sociopath you'd feel terrible yes either musk there's been a pleasure yeah like what it's really has been spending an honor thank you for having me thanks for doing this cuz i know you don't do a lot of long form stuff like this but in weird you out and hope you don't get mad at you spoke with a bad sleep where'd california the just as this whisk you have been drinkin exactly does all get right charities
thank you sir any message you would like to put out other than loves the answer because i think you really nailed it with that i think you know i think people should be nicer to each other and give people and give give more credit others and don't assume that their mean until you know there actually mean just it's easy to demonize people usually wrong about it people are nicer than you think give you one more credit i could not agree more and i want to thank you not just for other crazy innovations you ve come up with in your constant flow of ideas but that you too who's to spread that idea which is it's it's very vulnerable but it's honest and it resonant me and i believe it i believe is true to say thank you
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