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UFO & Conspiracy Theories with NASA Engineer Elio Morillo

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NASA engineer Elio Morillo debunks UFO theories and imagines how the AI takeover will go down.
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Have you ever came across the flat earther that tells you like
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the earth is flat.
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Have you ever slept with a flat earther?
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I hope not.
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I'm just saying it may make sense if that's the case.
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But when I hear flat earth, I'm like, oh, it's going down tonight
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You know what I'm saying?
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You know what I'm saying?
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You put on that nasty jacket like you know what?
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You're right man.
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There's a flatter surface called the bed.
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I'm going to show you the bed.
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W what's good, Mi Gente?
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We're back for another episode of Three G's in the pod.
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My name is Sasha Mercy.
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This is in the building and Eric Rivera here.
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So welcome to three Gs in the pod, Migente and it's gonna be
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a wild episode.
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We're gonna be talking about some real, real NASA stuff, nasty
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stuff.
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NASA.
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I don't know.
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We got back.
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I don't know where you guys are at mentally.
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I gotta make sure I honestly I've been like, just looking up
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like a whole bunch of UFO stuff.
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So I have some theories on my fee like crazy.
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That's all I'd be looking at.
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Do you believe in UFO S.
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Yeah, I mean, are they real?
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Your ass dude?
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You know what I'm saying?
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What about you?
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You, no, none of this is real.
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You are an alien.
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No, this is real with your perfect smile.
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Every time you see it's like I saw some lights in the sky.
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So, but what they don't know where the lights are coming from
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How have we not had anything physical, like physical proof
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that we can like, we don't have, you know, we don't, have we
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have you seen it?
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I, I haven't seen it but I'm not saying like I don't believe
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in it or I do believe in it.
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You know, there's some things that, you know, I don't have
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access to.
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So do you believe in Bigfoot?
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I believe in God.
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Do you believe in the monster?
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And I believe my girl cheats on me.
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Let me tell you something right now.
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Let me tell you something right now, dude, we have captured
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some stuff.
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Haven't you seen what's going on in the Pentagon?
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Have you seen a whistle blower?
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Have you seen it physically?
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Have you seen it?
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I'm not allowed on those campuses.
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We have some footage.
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Oh my God.
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And I'm gonna guarantee it's gonna be like some weird little
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spots in the sky.
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We're like, oh, there it is.
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I believe in dinosaurs because you can go to the museum and
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see bones.
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But how do you know that they were like you know, made up bones
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mates in Las Vegas, in Las Vegas.
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What's going on in Las Vegas?
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Let's see.
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First of all, it's Vegas.
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Let's OK.
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Oh, light in the sky.
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And then where, where's the thing?
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Eureka motherfucker.
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That's not nothing right there.
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Look at a la dona.
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I'll go in the sky.
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I will say I love the only person that knows English in the household
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is talking a little kid was something happened and it came
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down, dude, I will say I came down, I was excited to see this
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clip because it's usually Southern people.
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I'm like, I don't believe any of that.
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And it was the first time I see something.
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I thought it was a spirit.
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Here's my, here's my theory for UFO S I believe that UFO S are
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us from the future.
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That's what I believe.
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And also another thing that I believe.
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So if it's you in the future, you're gonna come back and see
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yourself.
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Like we go to museums all the time.
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So maybe they get in a time traveling machine where it's like
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yo, it's like a museum for them.
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That's why you see the lights where they're coming in and out
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No, I didn't.
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I said it before.
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No, you didn't.
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You thief.
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Now, I have a whole tiktok about it.
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Yes, I do.
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He stole it from me and put it on tiktok.
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Let me tell you something.
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The was always been like, that's just us in the future, coming
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back and supplies that we need for the future, you know?
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Oh, we run out of this.
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Let's go back and then they came back and then, and then they
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tell the guy Stuart you, you can't get caught.
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I'm not gonna get caught.
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I promise.
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And then they get caught and they're, like, real quick, what
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college did you go to again?
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Both of you because I need to understand the black one time
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And I believe what about all those people that said they got
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a Yeah, exactly.
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How about that?
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And that fire in the sky?
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Oh, that was a good movie.
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Watch your mouth, watch your mouth.
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This guy has been probed.
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He's been through a lot.
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You know, this is one of my theories too.
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Like I feel like the people that, you know, get abducted, right
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I feel like there's something really wrong with them or something
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and they're trying to fix them like, you know, like if you have
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an ant farm, there's something wrong with one of your alien
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people.
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Me, this is my theory.
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This is just my theory because like when you think about it
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right, we already trying to leave earth and we're trying
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to go live in Mars.
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All right.
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So, and every time we ask God for help, we always be like God
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please.
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So we, we're not from here.
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I don't think we're from here to be honest.
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No, I'm going with this.
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Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on.
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So what's going on?
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You think they're fixing us?
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I think they're fixing us and they haven't come down to fix
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Jesus yet.
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Exactly how they want him to be.
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You know what I'm saying?
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This is part of the, the, the machine that machinist.
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You really don't think, you really think that we're the only
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ones that here on earth.
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You really think that where, where's the proof?
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You love yourself?
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Where's the proof?
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Here's the thing you love yourself.
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Eric.
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We have the Pentagon.
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You know the Pentagon, right?
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I know the Pentagon.
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Oh my God.
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Look at a little spot.
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No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
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Hold on the Pentagon.
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First of all cataracts and the guy in a turtle, turtle neck
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I believe him.
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They don't know what that is.
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They don't know what the, what the spot is.
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They say it's moving too fast.
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They can't, they can't qua like quantify what this is.
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What's, there's a new phrase for UFO.
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Have you guys heard it?
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What it's called UAP?
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What's that stand for Unidentified in a building?
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You see what I'm saying?
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That little spec can be us from the future.
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Coming back.
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Listen, I've taken pictures of my iphone with that little
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spec it could be a little dust on the, on the, on the lens.
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You don't know.
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Come on, stop it.
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We're gonna take a quick commercial break.
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But when we come back, we have an actual NASA engineer, Elio
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Moria is gonna come in.
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He's gonna sit down here and you guys can give him all your theories
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because you saw men in black and fire in the sky and he can actually
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tell us things.
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So what if actually he says that you're wrong?
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No, we should be, we should be.
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But what?
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I don't know, what do you think he's going to come with an alien
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on his lap?
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Maybe?
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I don't know.
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We are back.
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We have like I promised nsa's engineer Elio Mod and I'm excited
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to have you because I can't with these two and you are a learned
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man, they can break down some of these.
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They think they're coming back from the future, but I'll have
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them explain.
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Yes, sir.
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First of all, welcome, welcome.
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Thank you.
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Thank you.
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Thank you.
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Thank you for having me so real quick.
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You work, you work for NASA.
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You've been there?
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How long I worked for NASA.
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I quit NASA last year.
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I was there for about a little more than six years and now I'm
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working at one of Papa Bezos company.
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I say I won't say it openly because I can't.
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But I told you he is a good looking guy.
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You know what I mean?
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He looks like he works out.
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Have you?
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Why are we talking about?
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He got one like lazy eye.
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What I deal with it?
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Not even what we talking about, we have a guest.
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Thank you.
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I feel like I got my kids guys this company we have.
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So uh so what are you doing for, for Bezos?
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Is, is it still in the space field?
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Like what's going on?
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Yeah, so, so at NASA, I actually worked on the the latest Mars
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mission Mars 2020.
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So I was there working on the rover that got there in 2021 work
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surface operations as well.
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So exploring Mars with the rover and the helicopter uh first
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time we fly a vehicle outside of earth, we did it there and I
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was part of that team, which was incredible.
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And now what I like to say is I'm working on lunar stuff.
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So I went from Mars to the moon shorter commute a little bit
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easier and we're trying to get humans to the moon very soon
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Do you collect crystals?
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Oh, let me tell you something right now, dude.
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How do they buy when you, when you wear earrings?
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Like you do, you definitely collect crystals you believe
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in energies you believe in uh you know, things like that.
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So all moon stuff right now, purely moon stuff.
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OK.
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That's what I do.
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OK.
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So my question is when you're saying that you're working on
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moon stuff, is it, first of all, you have to be OK?
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Is it for recreational purposes for people to go?
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And just almost like the plan because you know, how people
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go to Disney World.
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Right?
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And it's just like on the moon, I would think so.
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But it's gonna be, hey, I'm not that off.
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Right.
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But it could be like a thing where people are able to just go
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visit the moon on vacation or something like that.
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Is that like along the line?
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We talked a little bit about it earlier.
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Uh We're trying to put millions of people to live and work in
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space really in coming decades, probably centuries is how
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I realistically see it.
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But yeah, I mean, one day people like us are going to be able
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to just say I'm gonna go to the moon for the weekend.
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And what that's, that's the, that's the goal, right?
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And I think that one of the people that are very um that really
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believe in that is Jeff Bezos and the vision that he has, which
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which I align with is that the, the idea is to keep Earth as pristine
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as possible and you wanna start moving out what we call our
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heavy industries into space.
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So anything that has to do with creates a lot of contaminants
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and heavy metals and these things that are actually quite
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common in space, we move them out and we keep our earth as pristine
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as possible.
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So we're gonna pollute now.
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There's nothing because, you know, like all these, I gotta
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be careful, there are things that we consider when we talk
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about planetary protection.
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So this is now my NASA hat coming back when, when we went to Mars
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and as we are on Mars right now, ok, there's people on Mars right
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now, no people that's like several decades down the line.
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But we have robots.
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Right.
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And right now the pure ambition that NASA has and I think it's
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it's, this is one of the reasons I work there.
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It's completely noble, noble purposes is to figure out ultimately
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if we're alone in the universe.
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So on Mars, in particular, we'll start talking about aliens
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here for sure.
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And something you were saying, um whether or not there's proof
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right?
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So there are scientists right now trying to figure out if there's
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any kind of evidence of biological remnants on Mars.
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That is what the Mars 2020 mission was designed for.
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So what's going on is that we went there, we have this rover
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exploring, collecting these samples, catching them.
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So basically putting them in a tube so that the next mission
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goes, picks them up and brings them to earth.
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Two things.
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We gotta be careful with that.
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Uh Y'all have seen, oh man, I'm forgetting the name of the movie
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But this movie where they, they bring back like a, it's called
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venom.
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That's one it could be, I mean, it could be.
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But this whole concept of the Andromeda strain, if we do find
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something that's living or dormant outside, we bring it back
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if you don't take care of it.
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It could wipe out life here because literally, there's no
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way life on earth will be able to protect itself like a strong
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like ST of like, you never know you.
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I mean, to that point, if we find something, it would be maybe
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bacteria, maybe virus.
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So if you think little green people on Mars in particular,
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it's no, there's no real evidence that would support that
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But if we do find evidence of tiny little living things that
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independently formed on another planet, that was an earth
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then anything could happen in this massive universe.
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So if we confirm when and I think in the next decade, we'll be
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able to have an answer whether or not on Mars something happened
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because the next mission, the Mars sample return mission
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early 20 thirties is literally going there to pick up the samples
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and bring them back to earth.
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Um Do you guys test them out over there first?
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See if it's cool and then that's what the the rovers are doing
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right now is a robot can do I mean, I have all the cleaning vacuum
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robot.
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Did you just compare the rover to a Roomba disrespect the same
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thing?
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Stay tuned and check out what's next.
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After these commercial breaks, we are made of all the components
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in this.
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We are made of stars, we are made of stars, we are made of made
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of stars.
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You just said if we confirm so that means right now, there's
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no confirmation that there is life scientifically, there
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isn't confirmation.
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First of all, we have been throughout the last few decades
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and as of recently, as of last week with James Webb telescope
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by observing other planets, figuring out that there are ingredients
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for life all over the universe in our solar system and outside
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So whatever happened on earth could it have happened elsewhere
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Maybe we don't have what we have been saying is like in our nearest
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like universe or whatever, we haven't found any life.
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Not yet.
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But if we stop the ie to God, no, but seriously in our nearest
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solar system, we haven't found any life outside of ourselves
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But if we look, the scientist found that there might be the
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ingredients of human life or other life because I heard somewhere
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that all of the components of the stars, we are made of all the
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components in the are made of stars.
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We are made of stars.
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We are literally made of stars like a hot thing I made, we have
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all the wrong.
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I'm not wrong.
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And I think a layer above that, which is something that astronomers
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have said over the last few decades, people like Carl Sagan
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is like at the end of the day, we're the universe trying to understand
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itself that we are made of star and we are the universe trying
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to understand itself.
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It's almost like hold on.
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It's almost like the human brain trying to understand itself
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It's like there and then we're creating a Iy just think alike
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don't you?
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But these are the things, I mean, this is what I'll be looking
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at how Sasha has flipped it.
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Now, let me tell you my theories.
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Now, she's like, you know, you left the hood right now.
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You went, like, actually my theory over here just talking
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all this.
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My theory is that aliens is not the people that we're calling
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UFO S are just us on a time machine.
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I said that I said I have my thought on that too.
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So I wanna know, do you believe in the first of all?
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Hold on pan out.
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Do you believe that we're the only ones here on earth personally
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Do you believe that uh not on earth but like in the universe
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in the universe, I, I would think there would be, I would be
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incredibly arrogant to believe that we're unique.
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Thank you.
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And are you good?
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You heard him say to it?
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But we're trying to find it and hold on there.
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Not only is there Mars, but then you have moons like Europa
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which is a moon uh part of the Jupiter system that has more
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water than I was that your system.
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We know that where there's water, there's life on earth.
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So there's more water in Europa than there is on this planet
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So, however, there's like a 10 kilometer thick layer of ice
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and we're gonna have to break through to get to that ocean,
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but it's there and that's just a technical problem that I think
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we're gonna solve in the next few decades.
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And NASA is spearheading that with the mission in 2026 I think
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is when it launches.
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So, do you think in our lifetime we'll ever get that answer
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II, I truly believe so.
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I know people are working for it.
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So we're gonna find out whether or not something exists outside
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of earth and maybe it's yes, maybe it's no, I'm hoping it's
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yes.
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But out of all the things that you've been, you hang out with
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these smarty pants and I try to absorb, you know, you're around
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these guys guys and gals, you bet you guys and gals.
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I'm talking right now, dude, don't you fucking cross you out
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dude?
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What is one thing that you're excited about that you hear and
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you have like faith about like, oh you know what this is?
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I, I'm excited for this.
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I hope this happens.
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This gives me hope or is it all just scary?
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And we're all pretty much dying?
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You don't want to tell us?
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That's a good question.
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So we're trying to, no, we're, we're trying to prevent that
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from happening by expanding into the solar system.
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Uh So there's that aspect which I truly think is a noble pursuit
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Now, it's super exciting that we are trying to tap into the
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solar system because truly uh the resources that we think
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are limited here on earth, there's just infinite amounts
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of everything all around us in the solar system.
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And once we start tapping into that, who knows how society
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and how the world is going to evolve?
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So I have a question.
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How do you um have you ever met anyone with your hinge profile
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No.
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What do you guys?
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We can talk about that too.
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It's a little bit in my mind.
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Oh, shut up.
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So she can you let me talk?
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She looked like amber.
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She blushed it.
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Let her finish these guys, man, they let her finish.
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Ok.
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Have you ever came across a flat earther that tells you like
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the earth is flat.
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Have you ever slept with a flat earther?
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I hope not.
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I'm just saying it doesn't make sense if that's the case.
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But when I hear flat earth, I'm like, oh it's going down tonight
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you know what I'm saying?
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You know what I'm saying?
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You know what I mean?
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Like you put on that nasty jacket like you know what?
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You're right, bitch.
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It's like I told everybody but you got to keep it quiet.
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Go to my hotel.
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I'll tell you exactly where the flat earth is at where there's
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a flatter surface called the bed.
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I'm going to show you the bed, I'll just say it if I would just
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get you excited.
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Anyway, how do you debunked or like how do you even have a conversation
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with someone like that?
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It's difficult because people like that typically are already
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so set in their ways that unless they are truly curious, want
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to engage in a conversation.
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I'm just not even going to bother because we were watching
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these clips and people like, oh my God, I saw something in the
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sky.
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What do you, how do you explain that?
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Do you watch that as a, as an engineer and go like that's like
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these people could it just be that you guys are just out there
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working and you're like, man, come on, can we just keep it?
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You guys tap into a thing that you're like, man.
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So to that point, right?
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And I think it goes back to things even like when people talk
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about the pyramids and, and all this stuff, my first argument
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is like humans are smart as shit, not all of them.
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I know, but you know, we are, they're smart and just based on
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stuff that I've worked on.
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There are things that may look alien and may look completely
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exotic, but it's very scientifically driven.
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There's incredible people out there that are doing so much
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work and so much research that I hate to not give them credit
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and credit some stupid alien because I have friends working
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on some crazy tech that I know that they, they dedicate their
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lives to this kind of stuff.
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Um And, and to that point right.
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Also another, another light to this to bring up the Pentagon
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and maybe they're not gonna like me for saying this kind of
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stuff.
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Do you know what do you, you never, but I, I love talking about
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government and I'm super passionate about politics and,
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and, and statesmanship and all this good stuff.
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Imagine that you have someone like Russia or China developing
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their own tech and they're able to fly into our airspace.
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Do you want to admit that to the public or do you want to say,
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yo, can someone just speak up and say that that's a UFO that
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you saw?
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That's the thing.
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So what looks better for the public?
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Because otherwise you could start having people get really
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scared.
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And that's what happened a few months ago with the stupid balloon
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the weather ballet, the blue.
22:11
I, I have a question.
22:12
What about the people that say that they got a hold on?
22:15
Let him finish calling Yall Drum.
22:16
Please let him finish calling you guys.
22:19
Simple mind.
22:19
Continue.
22:20
Please go ahead.
22:22
So the balloon thing I think was such a waste of money.
22:25
Um because as I showed this on my Instagram in my master's,
22:31
I like for, for one of my classes in my master's.
22:35
You saw some documentary in my master's for one of my classes
22:40
Uh We built a high altitude balloon and you can project how
22:45
it's gonna fly and you can put cameras and, and, and you can
22:49
put whatever sensors you want and it costs like $1000 to build
22:53
what?
22:53
And, and here we are with how however much an F-22 cost, I don't
22:59
remember, but that's hundreds of millions of dollars using
23:03
a missile that cost 500 million a pop or whatever it is, or 500,000
23:09
a pop to blow up a balloon.
23:11
That was just to wait, mess around with the US.
23:16
Right.
23:16
So that kind of stuff kind of why can't you just pop it with like
23:19
you, you can, that you can just pull up with the drone and just
23:23
and it would have been enough.
23:25
But the problem uh yeah, there, there's reasons but you see
23:28
this is what I have trust issues.
23:29
You know, I'm Latino, I've been light through all my life,
23:32
you know what I'm saying?
23:33
And this is what I hate.
23:34
I hate that people are lying to me and, and if you're saying
23:37
this, it makes me wonder like, what else are they lying about
23:41
It could have been like a group of students literally flying
23:44
and they didn't call the FAA to say, hey, we're flying a balloon
23:47
here today because again, with 1000 bucks, you can just build
23:50
a balloon however, and it's really not FAA.
23:54
Um So, you know, these things that people see more often than
23:58
not, I think it's just like either projects that people are
24:02
building.
24:03
Uh remember, not only is there a government but there's also
24:06
corporations and corporations as we learn, they do whatever
24:09
they want on earth.
24:10
They're probably building some stuff that's lying around
24:13
and no one really knows it.
24:14
But you don't know, you don't know what happened with the balloon
24:16
I mean, your blown up.
24:18
No, no, no, no.
24:18
But you know where it came from and stuff like that.
24:20
It was confirmed, it was a Chinese balloon.
24:22
Did they confirm it?
24:23
You got to show and you got a poise strength that you have an
24:25
F-22 that can blow up anything in the sky that comes in, right
24:29
So that's kind of part of it.
24:30
So I understand, but also like we just wasted a ton of money
24:32
on that.
24:35
So basically what you're pretty much explaining is that a
24:37
lot of these things are just sensationalized just to distract
24:41
people from big words.
24:43
Now, I believe the fact that her posture went out with the folding
24:48
and I've never seen, can we look back at other episodes?
24:51
I've never seen her crisscross applesauce like that before
24:55
trying to get down.
24:57
She's excited.
24:58
We're all excited.
24:58
Yeah, this is something we really wanted to talk about.
25:01
So now that I want to know more about your new um new projects
25:05
that you're working on, you're saying that you are working
25:08
with Bezos and more about the lunar missions and stuff like
25:12
that.
25:12
And it's just for it to one to take these bigger corporations
25:17
outside of earth.
25:19
To make it safer or more livable.
25:23
But because we already know, or you mentioned that there's
25:26
so many minerals and all these things outside in the universe
25:30
Could there be a future where people are just living in a ship
25:35
in outer space?
25:36
I think so.
25:37
Um, and I, I, I'm just going to talk about the show that, that
25:41
presents a good way.
25:43
And the thing is that your science from a show that's making
25:48
me nervous.
25:48
Well, the expanse actually had a great scientific board and
25:51
it came from a novel and I'm blanking out on the names and it's
25:54
like very well scientifically written because I got my degree
25:57
from watching uh Interstellar and let me tell you something
26:02
dude, that was a good one too.
26:04
They actually used the black hole.
26:06
We'll talk about that later you can get crazy with because
26:08
no one really knows.
26:09
Well, that makes a difference.
26:11
But, ok.
26:12
All right.
26:13
So I think it's gonna happen.
26:14
People are gonna be living in space and we don't truly know
26:17
what that means.
26:18
The one thing I always tell people, right?
26:20
It's, it's not romantic at all to be in space.
26:22
Space, space is dangerous.
26:25
Space is not, uh it's not meant for humans really.
26:30
Well, Sasha got all the space on her bucket list.
26:35
I mean, all I said was that I would love to know what zero gravity
26:40
feels like that's on my bucket list, but you can do that on the
26:45
air that it's expensive.
26:49
00 gravity.
26:51
Yeah, like zero gravity floating in with somebody floating
26:57
with you.
27:01
This is valid.
27:06
Do as do it.
27:07
We've asked them no one.
27:10
People don't admit it.
27:11
Memoirs.
27:12
And there's definitely been romance in space.
27:15
You look this up because it's intense.
27:18
Wait, wait, why is it intense?
27:19
Because people go a little bit drama, drama will go with us
27:27
to space.
27:28
We're just a human being.
27:29
We're just, we're, we're human as we said at the same time.
27:32
And let me tell you something, you don't want to see me in space
27:34
player.
27:35
You know what I'm saying?
27:38
Hey, what's going on?
27:39
Hey, Josh, what are you doing?
27:41
I, that's one of the things that are on my bucket list.
27:44
I don't know if there's people that are watching this and would
27:46
like to know like, how can they go about maybe trying to experience
27:52
that?
27:52
Like being in zero gravity for now you got to have money.
27:57
So we're trying to make space more accessible over the next
27:59
few decades.
28:00
Like 100 years ago, the people that were flying on airplanes
28:02
were paying a lot of money to do it.
28:05
And I think now obviously we can all just, you know, where you
28:07
can go for free, the nearest pool, you just go in there, you
28:12
hold your breath.
28:14
Well, to that point, they do train the astronauts and give
28:17
them water to understand how to navigate.
28:19
And buoyancy.
28:20
It's not quite the same, but it's the closest we could get.
28:25
Right.
28:26
Um But yeah, I think there's going to be opportunities in our
28:29
lifetime.
28:29
I'm trying to go to space.
28:31
You want to go to space 100%.
28:35
It's whack over there.
28:36
That's why I'm an engineer working on it to make sure it's safe
28:39
And also, wouldn't you be bored out of your fucking mind?
28:42
I would be so bored if I was in space.
28:45
I don't feel like I got locked up, worried about surviving
28:50
board.
28:51
And doesn't that scare you knowing that what happened with
28:53
the, with the submarine, things like that can happen in space
28:56
It could, it could.
28:58
So that specific submarine that just happened is one of the
29:01
most ridiculous engineering failures and all of us in all
29:04
the engineering fields are talking about it because it was
29:06
entirely preventable.
29:07
Uh They did a lot of stupid shit that shouldn't have happened
29:12
They, they materials incorrectly like you just look at their
29:17
videos and the way they mounted screens onto carbon fiber
29:20
plate, the whole thing that pick you off the most that you like
29:24
Are you fucking kidding?
29:25
I think when I learned uh when, when I saw what I just described
29:30
this video that shows a monitor drilled into a carbon fiber
29:34
plate, I was just like if they got away with that, this whole
29:39
thing was just a joke.
29:42
And uh unfortunately, people died and, and I think that's
29:45
also something we are very conscious of in space.
29:48
It's just like we can't do that.
29:50
Oh, don't X out check what's coming up after this commercial
29:53
break.
29:54
Have you ever came across the flat earther that tells you like
29:57
the earth is flat.
29:59
Have you ever slept with a flat earther?
30:01
That's why I don't get in my uncle's car.
30:02
He's got a Nissan Altima with a Chevy Silverado truck is flying
30:07
to the moon.
30:07
We ain't going to get a moon.
30:10
Come on.
30:10
Yeah.
30:10
Yeah, I'm just saying that I got a question.
30:14
Do you think um companies are gonna have to work with the government
30:19
for certain regulations to go into space or is it that's what's
30:22
happening right now?
30:23
And anything that will be human certified, especially if
30:26
for now people are trying to fly NASA astronauts, that's like
30:29
the main customer.
30:31
You gotta build stuff to a certain standard for NASA to be like
30:34
yeah, we're gonna put our astronauts on there.
30:36
So who do you trust whose rocket would you ride on?
30:39
That sounded dirty as hell.
30:41
Hey guys, what are you fucking Bezos or three of us are comics
30:54
And we'll watch special.
30:55
We make fun of the special like that.
30:58
Do you watch like other people?
31:00
Bill Rock Light.
31:01
He put that, oh God, this guy, right?
31:03
He tends to be pretty critical of each other.
31:05
We do.
31:06
We do and some people are doing better than others and we we
31:10
love to talk.
31:11
Do you hold on?
31:13
Do you ever build anything on your personal use that you're
31:15
like, oh, like this is my own little invention that I have in
31:18
my house.
31:20
Not recently.
31:20
I don't have to brush my own teeth.
31:22
Something has stuff like that.
31:24
Not yet.
31:26
The next one down and I built the most recently said, man, I
31:32
do this for a living.
31:33
So, you know, I home, I'm trying to chill.
31:37
Oh You're one of those.
31:38
You are Latino.
31:40
I have a long day.
31:41
And were you always interested in space?
31:45
Like growing up as a kid?
31:46
Like was that your thing like, you know, I think, yes.
31:50
And I'm gonna pitch the book right now.
31:53
Please do.
31:54
I, I recently going to the details of all that and uh the boy
31:58
who reached for the stars, I had the opportunity to publish
32:00
with Harper Collins and um I talk about the influences and
32:05
and for me, I, I didn't grow up with much at all.
32:07
So the way I was consuming media was TV, cartoons.
32:11
That's kind of what led to the imagination just being active
32:15
And then at home, my mom was a teacher.
32:17
So part of it was uh I couldn't show up with anything less than
32:20
an A so that lines up pretty well with uh having to go after scholarships
32:25
and opportunities to go to college.
32:27
And uh oh, so your mom was super supportive.
32:31
She was like I I you about that dude.
32:37
So your mom is every time I put on this role, my mom used to make
32:41
fun of me these glasses.
32:42
Let me tell you this is why I'm inside.
32:44
All right.
32:45
OK.
32:45
I am inside.
32:48
OK?
32:49
And that's, that's very important that parents, we need to
32:52
support our kids.
32:53
Like see what happens.
32:55
And I talk about that your whole family supportive, like your
32:58
uncle, I grew up a single mother household uh in Puerto Rico
33:02
and, and the family was mostly between New York and, and Ecuador
33:04
So really, truly uh it was my mom and I and your mom probably
33:09
showed you, she showed you off so much.
33:11
He's right now.
33:12
He's in the Moon Perro when he comes back.
33:16
She's probably for the conversation.
33:21
She's saying that, oh I'm sorry, I don't even at the store like
33:25
it's going to be 150.
33:26
OK, great.
33:26
My son, he's a scientist.
33:29
As when you go home and visit mom, does she make you put the jacket
33:31
on and get that Jack humbled.
33:35
I mean, this is why I go back to New York every time that I can
33:38
hang out with the grandparents.
33:39
And Mr Nasa, you didn't even flush the toilet when you walked
33:42
in the toilet seat down.
33:47
One of my questions is like, you know, being able to work at
33:50
NASA.
33:51
How many Latinos are you working with?
33:53
Not a lot.
33:54
And we know this is why we're out here trying to tell these stories
33:56
because we want more.
33:57
So what you're like, fuck, I can't believe I'm here.
33:59
Moment.
34:01
That's a great question.
34:01
I think I had that after all was said and done, I was very focused
34:06
on getting the mission done.
34:08
And once we got to Mars and I started working operations and
34:12
running a lot of the components of the rover is when I start
34:15
realizing, I mean, I was very conscious that there's not many
34:17
people that sound and look like me there.
34:19
Uh But then truly, when II I got, I got to a point that started
34:22
reflecting, it was writing this book um that I realized how
34:27
special that that is.
34:29
And I think people opened the doors for me and I'm very conscious
34:33
of this too.
34:34
I had, I have, I had incredible mentors, Latinos, Latinas
34:38
that got me to, to, to, to work on this mission that I did.
34:42
Uh It's super important to me to, to do the same moving forward
34:47
and, and to the doors that were open for me, keep them open and
34:50
open more and more and more as we go on.
34:51
I think that's, that's the message I try to communicate and
34:54
I truly live by those words.
34:56
Yeah, I think this is great because honestly, I feel like right
34:59
now we're living in a generation where all these Children
35:01
they just want to be tiktokers and they want to be all this
35:04
stuff when it's like, there's more important things.
35:06
I mean, honestly, I mean, because we need people who are going
35:10
to take action to the better of the future.
35:13
We're all just going to be tiktokers and just be like, and,
35:15
and to that point, right at the end of the day, moving into the
35:19
world we're moving into to, that's gonna be really driven
35:21
by a lot of these A I innovations.
35:23
That was another question I was gonna have, we'll talk about
35:26
we'll talk about that for sure.
35:27
But I think that's especially important that we as Latinos
35:31
get involved in tech and in into this world because our culture
35:36
needs to continue showing up and in the spaces where design
35:42
choices are being made, we need to be represented.
35:44
I wanna, I wanna listen to bad bunny on the moon to that point
35:50
right?
35:50
When I want to experience bad bunny and zero gravity when I
35:53
was playing, when I was in the lab doing the work for the Mars
35:56
Rover, I specifically brought my speaker and I was like, this
35:59
is what we're listening to today because otherwise it wasn't
36:02
gonna happen.
36:03
Oh I bet you, William hated that.
36:04
God damn it.
36:05
I mean, he's bringing out Woogie boogie stuff.
36:08
One of the things I'm telling you this is like Jesus Christ
36:13
What the hell did you get hit with the ruler in school?
36:15
Girls in the bed?
36:25
Yeah.
36:26
Yeah.
36:26
I used to see it all the time anyway, we'll talk about that.
36:31
Some other times you got the cut.
36:34
You a bad boy.
36:35
You're Puerto Rico.
36:36
Yeah, you did.
36:36
You get bullied?
36:38
I didn't, you didn't get bullied.
36:41
Well, you know, when you're handsome, like the way you want
36:43
you hit on something.
36:48
If we don't acknowledge the cuteness, then we're gonna keep
36:53
giggling.
36:53
Like Sasha's giggling and we can't sit her so straight.
36:56
Let me tell you something.
36:57
Is there a lot of smart like hot uh uh Rican Hot?
37:02
Uh What do you call them?
37:03
I have like real questions.
37:10
We're about to get hit by hr and lawsuits.
37:12
I think what he's trying to say is when we watch movies, there's
37:16
the scientist is always a bald white guy.
37:19
Yeah, you, you show up, you got a sleeve, you got the earring
37:24
you got a cool look to you.
37:25
You got a swagger to you.
37:27
How many science bitches come up to you and be like, oh my God
37:30
I want to know something.
37:32
What is that music you play?
37:34
I just, you're like, oh you know, yeah, you're in the coffee
37:40
room and shit and you're just like, I just, I really like your
37:42
oh you like that, you know, that's what I do.
37:45
You know, I, I bring that little, you know, little touch to
37:48
NASA and shit, you know what I mean?
37:51
So I'm just saying there's no dudes that are swagged out like
37:55
that and that you don't be nice to those boys.
38:00
Those boys are nerds.
38:04
Yeah, they're fucking nerds, dude.
38:06
You're at the bar and you're just like, uh, well, technically
38:10
the amount of alcohol that they poured into that cup and do
38:12
that, that's the thing.
38:17
Like when you think about a scientist, you think about someone
38:19
that looks like you right now, I can't believe I'm not getting
38:28
on the ship.
38:29
You are not getting on the ship.
38:30
You were this close to get on the ship?
38:32
All right.
38:32
So I have, I have a real quick question.
38:34
So do you guys think that right now with the missions that you
38:37
are working with and trying to accomplish is a i an asset or
38:42
is it something that you guys are afraid of?
38:44
I'm, I'm excited for it.
38:46
I love it, I think.
38:49
Oh my goodness.
38:50
Director of Pinocchio.
38:54
Give me um he, he said it best.
38:59
Uh and, and I'll, I'll quote, I'm not afraid of artificial
39:03
intelligence.
39:03
I'm afraid of natural stupidity.
39:06
Damn.
39:08
Like that's the best way to put it because at the end of the day
39:12
it's a tool and people are programming, humans are programming
39:15
it to be whatever it's gonna be.
39:17
I wanted to, you know, admit something.
39:19
I'm actually hard to believe it.
39:21
I'm not a scientist and fooled.
39:26
Uh I just have a lot of pens and I'm actually not a scientist
39:32
I'm a cool kid.
39:33
I actually am a, I was a silver tooth kid.
39:36
Do you know what a silver tooth kid is.
39:39
Buckle up.
39:41
We're going on a ride.
39:42
Uh we're gonna take a quick commercial break but when we come
39:45
back, I'm gonna show you videos of silver two kids.
39:47
So the kids, you know the kids that grow up with silver teeth
39:49
they're bad kids.
39:50
You know what I mean?
39:51
They can't even take care of their own.
39:52
You look like confused and you don't know what's up, check
39:54
out what's coming up next after this commercial break.
39:57
The human helicopter.
39:58
No, she getting ready.
39:59
She getting ready to go on a NASA mission right there.
40:04
I appreciate this.
40:06
Did you ever experience something like this?
40:08
Welcome back, baby.
40:09
We're here uh at the uh three G in the pod and my favorite segment
40:14
It's the silver tooth kid of the week.
40:17
Uh Again those little bad kids that just run around.
40:20
Don't listen, they always have silver teeth, you know.
40:23
Uh I was that guy.
40:24
Ok, I'm not gonna lie and uh I'm gonna unbuckle this because
40:27
it's getting a little hot.
40:30
You better watch your mouth.
40:31
You keep staring at my my buttons on my zipper.
40:34
I don't know what's going on over there.
40:35
I watch the video, I've never seen an H and M lab coat.
40:37
So this is a video of the silver tooth K of the week.
40:46
So what we have here we have.
40:47
Oh yeah, the human helicopter.
40:51
She getting ready, she getting ready to go on a NASA mission
40:53
right there.
40:54
That's true.
40:56
Training them young.
40:57
I appreciate this.
40:59
Did you ever experience something like this?
41:01
Like an older sibling?
41:02
I did that to my nieces.
41:03
OK.
41:04
There you go.
41:04
You see, by the ankles or you did by the hands.
41:07
Here's, I know she's OK with it because she's in a position
41:10
of like, all right, I'm gonna control my hair and you do what
41:13
you gotta do, by the way.
41:15
Classic Latino couch.
41:17
Everybody.
41:17
You know what I mean?
41:18
I have a thea who has the same couch.
41:20
I remember me of when my cousin was supposed to babysit me and
41:25
he wasn't supposed to have any girlfriends over and he was
41:29
like, oh you want to play Tarzan?
41:30
And I was like, yeah, sure.
41:32
So we had a bunk bed and he just tied me to the bunk bed and I was
41:35
just hanging there while he was hanging out with some girl
41:39
I was like, we had the oldest sibling to take care of the, she
41:44
got some weird fetishes.
41:45
Do you want to play Tarzan to the bed and just leave like Tarzan
41:49
Shit.
41:51
Damn.
41:52
You ever tie somebody up?
41:53
This kid is going to, man?
41:55
If he drops her, bro, it was a rabbit.
41:57
That's it.
41:58
I'm glad he didn't just like this.
42:01
It can go flip flop.
42:04
I know she could have broken her whole entire skill you start
42:09
developing.
42:09
Maybe that's a little uncle because that was me, this kid is
42:14
also who's recording.
42:15
It's got to be a kid because look at the size of the like this
42:18
level, ground level.
42:19
So it's another little kid recording.
42:21
Junior.
42:22
What do you want me to do?
42:22
Junior?
42:23
Record?
42:26
She was recording.
42:27
Shut up.
42:28
And the girl is just like, let me tell you something.
42:32
If, if that little girl, well, no, I don't think y'all can carry
42:39
me.
42:40
Just be real, don't you?
42:42
Listen, sweet cheeks.
42:43
We saw the jacket question it.
42:46
We agree with you also noticed the nuts like that thing swollen
42:53
too.
42:53
What's going on?
42:55
You got a, you look like a zest, the version of him.
43:00
You know what I'm saying?
43:01
He just looked like he got on the time machine and then he came
43:05
out as the phone.
43:07
Look at the phone, bitch ass.
43:09
All right, here we go.
43:10
We got our next segment PK Ken.
43:12
Uh It's, we, we give advice and we're glad we have.
43:16
Like I said, I love that having another learned individual
43:18
on the couch with me because sometimes the advice can go a little
43:21
a little off the rails over there over there.
43:26
100%.
43:27
We answer fan mail, we answer voicemails.
43:29
We, you know, if you have questions right into our Instagram
43:32
or youtube and we will answer it here live and uh hopefully
43:36
we can help you out or mess things up worse.
43:38
We don't know.
43:39
Listen, we're not experts.
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We're not experts.
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Let's keep it real for you guys.
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Uh Liam Hit us with the first question.
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Hey, my jeez.
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I need some advice.
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I'm with a girl I'm currently talking to and she's really,
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really big on astrology and a big believer in extraterrestrial
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beings.
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Uh She tends to introduce herself with these facts and her
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sign, um Everything's been going pretty well except now she's
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really digging deep into my, like my earth chart and she doesn't
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know if this is gonna be able to work.
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Should I pack up and give up or give her a chance?
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What Sasha already knows what these are?
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I know too because I've been on the receiving end of like, it's
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like it's a thing now in L A like dating in L A is, is that now what's
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the, so what's your, what's your main three?
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Are you quick question?
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What is your, what's your birthday?
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April 30th?
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I just had my golden birthday.
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Golden birthday.
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Are you one of those birthday wig?
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Don't be that guy, dude.
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Birthday month.
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All right.
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See you Taurus.
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All right.
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So chill out.
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You're just like, OK, look, I think that the reality of it is
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that you can't really judge anybody by their sign, right?
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It's just like, are you an evolved human being or are you not
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That's it.
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Right.
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But it's good to know what you're working with.
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You know what I mean?
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Should you dump her?
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Yes, I believe in magic.
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If she's really being annoying about it and she's really,
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really, really, really, truly believes it because I think
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that some people just want to know for fun and kind of be like
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you know what dude, you know, I picked a different Jesus.
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What's your sign?
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First of all, Sagittarius, you already know what?
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Sagittary, sagittary gang all day, every day.
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You know what I'm saying?
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Nothing annoys me more when a girl does it.
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Like, what's the sign?
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You're like, oh Capricorn, I see it and you're like, you see
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what, what are you talking about?
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Shut up.
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I hate when people were just like such a cap.
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I don't like the sign thing like, what's your sign?
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I'm like, I think it's work and we're gonna leave it at this
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I'm gonna say this right?
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Women or whatever, like more people are gonna be, it's gonna
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be like a I, all right.
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People are just gonna wanna know your main thing.
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There's nothing that you, there's just a lot more people that
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are a I Yeah, this is gonna be like that.
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It's just like kick you right.
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I'm saying, I'm just saying that the main three situation
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is not gonna go away.
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Like people are gonna be more like, oh, what time were you born
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And it's probably gonna involve to like, oh what second were
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you born?
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It's just what I'm saying is the conversation before.
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Used to be like, oh, what sign were you like, what, what day
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were you born?
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And then now it's just evolving into something more.
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These apps are making it too easy.
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That's what I'm saying.
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OK.
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Yeah.
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Gotta be incredibly smart.
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I beg the diff the dumber the better because imitate something
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right now.
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All right.
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He say he would have been like, oh I got the wall card cause if
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she would have said I really had aliens and I'm like, oh this
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bitch is stupid.
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Ok?
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Let me tell you something right now.
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I, you're right.
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Let me tell you about, you're right.
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And guess what?
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I'm an alien.
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Are you the fuck up?
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We gotta keep it on the low though.
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All right, I always knew.
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I know bitch, I know you.
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That's why I'm here to tell you that, that you've been right
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So let's go to my room and I'll discuss alien activities.
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Oh my God, can I bring a friend?
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Don't bring a friend.
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They were, they believe that people have been probed and I'm
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just like I don't buy any of this.
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I'm a probe the fuck out of you.
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You got a space is Honda experiment.
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I don't think you should.
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What I'm trying to say is I don't think you should dump her because
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a lot more people are believing in it now and you know, which
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is a problem.
47:55
Wait, why?
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So you're saying don't dump her because a lot of people believe
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in it.
47:58
But if he doesn't believe that this man some real advice.
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But if he doesn't believe in it, why is he gonna stay with forever
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Because there's a lot of women that believe it, but there's
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a lot of that don't, so you're making it sound like this dude
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should, should take her on like a, like a restoration project
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Like, listen, you can fix her.
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Like if he doesn't, if they're not on the same page about this
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girl, it's a girl.
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I can't date you because you're the sign then.
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That's crazy.
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That's insane because like I said before, you know, say what
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I was saying is that you cannot judge like you can't just be
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like, oh you're this sign like no, you can't judge a person
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by their side.
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Either you're an evolved human being or you're not a strong
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Martin Luther King over here.
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Don't judge by this added to the equation.
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How big are the titties?
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Because let me tell you something.
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Oh my God, I apologize.
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I am so sorry.
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Are you going to be like this man has a masters?
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He went to NASA.
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You don't have to have a rover on if you're going to give her
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a, you when God, I don't give a fuck.
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What kind of scientist you are when there's titties involved
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you're like, oh, well, we'll work it out, we'll figure it
49:13
out.
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You know what you tell your smart buddies, you tend to short
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circuit.
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I just think that, that was the smart ass looking.
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But it was funny.
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I liked it.
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Oh, my God, that could be part of it.
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And I've been there, I've been there, I've been there.
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It's like they kind of, they're obsessed with astrology.
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I think that the true thing is, like, get to know the person
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and if you know that if you like them, then you go study up some
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Walter Merc.
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Exactly.
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That's another thing.
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Let's talk about that.
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If you like them.
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All right, cool.
49:43
And then if they like aliens, all right, you talk, you talk
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what I was talking about, you talk about what's happening
49:48
with sucking on Europa.
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What nasa's doing at the end of the day.
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No.
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If you get to know the person, if that's something that you're
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into, then that's like people have different beliefs.
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It sounds like he's having a problem with this.
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So that's why I say if you have a different belief, then you
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shouldn't date with her, then that's it.
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You have and you learn to accept it.
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That could also be a thing.
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You got to learn to live with the differences too.
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That's true.
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I know you're worth king.
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Fuck that bitch.
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Everybody.
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That's it for this episode.
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I knew it when a crop top.
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Oh my God.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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That's what happened.
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What happened?
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I don't even know.
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I just saw a big ass planet anyway.
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All right, man.
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Peace.