Joe Rogan Experience #1352 - Sean Carroll

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  • Published on Sep 17, 2019
  • Sean Carroll is a cosmologist and physics professor specializing in dark energy and general relativity. He is a research professor in the Department of Physics at the California Institute of Technology.His new book "Something Deeply Hidden" is now available and also look for “Sean Carroll’s Mindscape Podcast” on Apple Podcasts.

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  • Andrew Boria
    Andrew Boria 17 hours ago

    After watching this I feel like I learned so much, but also absolutely nothing at the same time.

  • Daddy and Bella
    Daddy and Bella Day ago

    Just began to watch.... does Joe bring up DMT?

  • adankseason ADS
    adankseason ADS Day ago

    I love when you have my favorite physicists on Joe! Thank you for all you do. The show is amazing!

  • Dusty Parker
    Dusty Parker Day ago

    Holy hell, if you take away from or make THIS life less good, be gone. You are the shittiest link...GOOD BYYYEEEE! 😁🖕

  • Chino Moreno
    Chino Moreno 2 days ago

    We’re in a simulation, where the only thing real is information. There is no distance, everything is located in the same spot. The interaction between our knowledge with quantum states, shows this to be an interactive reality, consistent with a large video game like simulation

  • Sue Maleski
    Sue Maleski 2 days ago

    Cancer treatment cure? tvclip.biz/video/mBL9pS6GMdA/video.html why isnt this on the national news instead of a phone call Trump made.. ?

  • Sue Maleski
    Sue Maleski 2 days ago

    I feel like many of the answers are within the study of energy and vibrations.. like this cure for cancer, shattering cancer cells with electrical signals.. why is this not much bigger news that EVERYONE Knows about? tvclip.biz/video/mBL9pS6GMdA/video.html

  • Turley16
    Turley16 2 days ago +1

    50:35. Can you start a sentence in a more Christopher Walken-like fashion? :D

  • Plippy :p
    Plippy :p 3 days ago

    i like this guy. he makes physics sounds like mr Rogers from the neighborhood

  • Nobody Unknown
    Nobody Unknown 3 days ago

    I'm an idiot, but that bit at 15:30 doesn't that prove that hard determinism is not true then? You have nuts like Sam Harris who argue otherwise but here's a physicist that is telling you that things are not 100% predictable

  • Arties Nose
    Arties Nose 3 days ago +1

    Put Joey Diaz on with this guy bahahaha

  • T Mac
    T Mac 3 days ago

    This could have been a silent film that was translated using Portuguese sign language and I would have understood just as much.
    Me tu dum to git kwantim fiziks.

  • krish
    krish 4 days ago +1

    How to get high without weed.

  • Rowan Wolf
    Rowan Wolf 4 days ago

    wheres the part where he's talking about not letting his students be ideologues?

  • Gemini Jake
    Gemini Jake 4 days ago +2

    33:45 ...all 32,645 of my friends are digital representations of human beings.

  • Otto Frank
    Otto Frank 5 days ago

    Make sure to subscribe Sean Caroll’s MINDSCAPE PODCAST !!!

  • Avol80
    Avol80 5 days ago +7

    "Why don't you explain this to me like I'm 5" - Michael Scott

  • you don't know me
    you don't know me 5 days ago

    i've seen 3 podcasts with Sean Carroll. Joe was asking about quark-gluon plasma in each of them.

  • xRadiantMindx
    xRadiantMindx 5 days ago

    Get DEAN RADIN on the show!!

  • Oscar Bamaca
    Oscar Bamaca 5 days ago

    Yea idk,
    Sounds like
    A bunch
    Of bull 🤷🏽‍♂️

  • dimension of all
    dimension of all 5 days ago

    I love this guy. Physics is totally fascinating. So glad I decided to listen to this one.

  • choco flavored cookies 56

    GET DESTINY ON PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF THE UNFALSIFIBLE GOD

  • Juanito G
    Juanito G 6 days ago +1

    Eurgh i hate the many worlds
    What a wasteful universe where EVERYTIME a wavefunction collapses a new universe is created :/

  • TheCascade14
    TheCascade14 6 days ago +1

    Joe Dispenza? Also big on the quantum.

  • M K
    M K 6 days ago

    Excellent. Thanks!

  • Greg Gaynor
    Greg Gaynor 6 days ago

    This guy is really smart, he should write a book!

  • supralex1
    supralex1 6 days ago

    Carroll has gone insane

  • Darth Phaser
    Darth Phaser 6 days ago +1

    By 49 minutes I feel like Im the only one still here... I should go.

  • John Roscoe
    John Roscoe 6 days ago +5

    This guy is like if Neil Peart went to School instead of drumming

  • Happyradish18
    Happyradish18 6 days ago +2

    I'm almost finished this one and wishing it was another 3 hour podcast. I love these science podcasts so damn much. Quantum physics especially. Sean Carroll is really easy to listen to and as he said, likes explaining how the world works. Brian Cox as well is quite enjoyable to listen to. Hope to see either of them as soon as scheduling allows.

  • Dakota Rose
    Dakota Rose 6 days ago +1

    Joe Rogan get David Chalmers on here GODDAMMIT!!!!!! that guys a baller

  • Dakota Rose
    Dakota Rose 6 days ago

    I appreciate Sean's being reasonable. His ideas line up with the great philosopher Thomas Nagel. Nagel's The View from Nowhere is great for anyone looking for the philosophy side of this stuff.

  • Dakota Rose
    Dakota Rose 6 days ago

    When Sean said those WTBleep guys were just telling a story about themselves I thought that right there is what people are doing in a self-depricating way as well. like oh im just little ol me listening to joe rogan. haha kinda funny. bringing the self into it. philosophy right there. whoadude.

  • Joe Blow2
    Joe Blow2 7 days ago +1

    Unified Field theory explained. No quantum quackery or particle physics involved.
    tvclip.biz/video/HbijQzkJFAo/video.html

    • Joe Blow2
      Joe Blow2 2 days ago

      @David Johnson I hope so. Took a while to find a "good" video to post. He has so many.

    • David Johnson
      David Johnson 2 days ago +1

      I came into the comments hoping someone had posted something from Ken Wheeler. Nice! In 50 years from now, the name Ken Wheeler will be a household name.

  • Sven-Bertil Tååbe
    Sven-Bertil Tååbe 7 days ago

    This guy doesnt say shit. It's all theoretical and "what if".
    Waste of time. DOWNVOTE.

  • Roach Gang Shit
    Roach Gang Shit 7 days ago

    I can see how some of what he mentioned can correlate to a similar system discussed in the more recent episode regarding UFOs

  • John T
    John T 7 days ago

    Please interview Veronika Hubeny!!!😉👍

  • John T
    John T 7 days ago

    Big enough for whatever I want?
    Hold my Aleph Null.

  • NGC 7635
    NGC 7635 7 days ago

    This many world theory makes me wonder if maybe time travel is possible after all. Maybe we could go back in time and the universe would be forced to automatically “fix” itself to “fit” the consequent reality. In which case we should totally bring back Einstein and get him to help with modern physics, lol.

  • Jake Zahradnik
    Jake Zahradnik 8 days ago

    how i felt watching this:
    tvclip.biz/video/TP5W2MG8Jjs/video.html#t=50m35s

  • wolfstrela
    wolfstrela 8 days ago

    #PowerfulJRE Please have Leonard Susskind on the podcast.

  • Lee Orr
    Lee Orr 8 days ago

    I'd love to see someone come in and talk about loop quantum gravity

  • MugetSu178
    MugetSu178 8 days ago

    did not understand a word this whole podcast. interesting nonetheless lol

  • Public Execution
    Public Execution 8 days ago

    Carroll's voice is like a science-y John Mulaney

  • Tor Strasburg
    Tor Strasburg 8 days ago

    Good job, Joe. Pretty daring to take on such a complex, difficult subject.

  • Joseph Jimenez
    Joseph Jimenez 9 days ago

    SHOTS FIRED!!! 54:29

  • Suraj Poudel
    Suraj Poudel 9 days ago

    is another universe Joe rogan is vegan.

  • Eigenbros
    Eigenbros 9 days ago

    We are two physicists who did a podcast talking about Sean Carroll and Joe Rogan. Check it out here: tvclip.biz/video/ivuhPRmAsDA/video.html

  • Pro Fights Info
    Pro Fights Info 10 days ago

    I watched this on September 18th, 2019!

  • Baleur
    Baleur 10 days ago +3

    The insane thing is that quantum mechanics CAN have macroscopic cascade effects, ESPECIALLY now in our modern electronic civilization.. Just think about this silly simple example we can all relate to.. What if tomorrow, you open up Tinder or whatever electronic app that lets you meet new people. A quantum fluctuation in the app servers causes an electron to jump to another wire in the CPU while it's calculating the random seed number that matches you with another person, thus the resulting number changes based on that single quantum fluctuation.
    That now means that a completely different person is matched with you, compared to if that electron had NOT jumped wires. You both match up, start talking, start dating, and eventually marry and have kids. Now, that REAL physical flesh and bone child, was essentially summoned into existance because one quantum fluctuation caused a single electron to teleport and change position inside that CPU..
    Now, that child grows up to start a Mars colonization project, to jumpstart our effort to become multiplanetary. This results in humanity having established a self-sustaining colony on Mars 20 years before it would otherwise happen if that person didnt accelerate the progress beyond the delays of bureaocracy. Now what if the unthinkable happens..
    A huge asteroid impacts Earth and pretty much eliminates most of our civilization, perhaps even sterilizes the planet.
    But our Mars colony manages to survive, and eventually recolonize / support Earth in its recovery.
    If that quantum fluctuation in that 1 electron didnt happen, the two people wouldnt have met, and that child wouldnt have been born. That child not being born would not have lead to the Mars colony getting set up 20 years in advance, in time to be self-sufficent before the asteroid impacted Earth. And all of human civilization would have been wiped from the face of the galaxy..
    Do you guys see what im saying here? We dont even DARE to contemplate how much a single quantum event can change in our new electronic civilization, which could NEVER happen before we started harnessing electrons in this way.
    This is something that would be VERY hard and nearly impossible to have macroscopic effects in the pre-technological part of our history. If a single electron changes location in a lake, that wont affect the people living there, who they meet, what children they have, and so forth.
    But especially NOW with our reliance on calculations made by electrons moving through CPU's, they can have MACROSCOPIC effects that cascade down the chain of cause and effect, in ways we cant even begin to predict or comprehend..

    • B E N B O B B Y ᵝ
      B E N B O B B Y ᵝ 6 days ago

      Hah interesting post. Is mind blowing to think about. Not just your example, but even every day minor choices that we all make (e.g. even typing this now instead of sleeping I might wake up a few minutes later and avoid a car crash tomorrow). The so called butterfly effect. That's why the many worlds theory seems too abstract to me as there's so many possible permutations. A deterministic universe almost makes more sense.

  • slaunie
    slaunie 10 days ago

    There's probably an alternative universe where Joe Rogan talks to Bill Maher for 5 hours, smoking weed, smoking cigars and drinking booze and talking crazy!!!

  • slaunie
    slaunie 10 days ago

    Fucking awesome interview!!!

  • Daniel Mendoza
    Daniel Mendoza 10 days ago

    Firas Zahabi talked about Laplace's Demon in your podcast Joe

  • Steg human
    Steg human 10 days ago

    First work out an irrefutable statement of information that needs no belief to back it up.
    (now is a truth for it is constant proof of itself).
    Then to work out what is this division betwixt the concepts of that which is not "now' the past and future.
    How does it help, what use is it?
    It is the truth of truths, to my mind.
    Then by knowing this, I can imagine and suppose uses for the ideology.
    We perceive the outer from this inner symmetry, it constantly divides for that is what it is, the center of all things, constantly (now).
    It can only be this way, for a vibration has only the inner symmetry to expand away from and collapse toward.
    The magnet has only this inner symmetry to have opposing fields.
    Imagine that hydrogen is a spherical vibration, it expands out to the size of a hydrogen atom then collapses through "inner symmetry (now) only to expand again, at an incredibly rapid rate, imagine that the expansion side of the cycle is (heat) and trending future.
    The counterbalance is the collapse toward the inner symmetry (gravity, the absence of heat, dark energy) past trending.
    Yet this is nowhere near the smallest scale of the universe, the "electron" extension in ratio to the (quantum) proton-neutron, comparable to the size of the galaxy to the earth in ratio.
    The neutron by all accounts is the inner symmetry that the proton oscillates about at rates exponentially more rapid than the constant of hydrogen.

    But this to my mind is the universal "now" the inner symmetry, the fastest and smallest a vibrational frequency can get.
    All other resonant vibrations can only be in slower and larger inertia about it , (the outer) potentially infinite in scale and rate, only potentially infinite because of the restriction of the inner symmetry (now).

    Even to extent of a possible mechanism that can transmit frequency exponentially faster than any machine we have at the moment.
    I don't think it possible to reproduce the intensity of the inner universal vibration, but to come to close at very powerful resonance might be a great thing.
    Manipulation of much larger atomic scale, matter generation,
    Just like cymatics with the patterns of sand and sound.
    But at the quantum scale.

    The future machine may even be the computer processor.

    Just work out what you want (purpose) and attempt to make it happen.
    Stop thinking particles and smashing,,,,, < (wrong) start thinking about creating exponentially faster transmitters if your purpose is to uncover quantum.
    The possibilities are incredible.

  • Cluckery Duckery
    Cluckery Duckery 10 days ago

    Holy shit this comment section is disaster lol. Personal incredulity fallacies are rampant. Dunning-Krueger is in full effect.

  • Shadow Heart
    Shadow Heart 11 days ago

    When Fyman said the is one electron in the whole universe, it's just moving around (or something like that) was it just a thought experiment, philosophising, or was he being literal, or just to give an example of something or what?

    • Juanito G
      Juanito G 6 days ago

      Im sure that was a quote from someone else which feynman often referenced.
      Ive always taken it as a flippant scientist joke thats "technically" correct but not.
      Like...how einstein once pondered how a man in a concealed box (i.e. with no reference) in space (0g) accelerating "up" (towards his head) at 9ms/s^2 is indistinguishable from being stationary on Earth and experience gravity (downward acceleration at 9m/s^2)
      Ive read that one electron remark equal to a physicist saying "ah we're just living on a flat disc accelerating up at 9m/s^2". A clear joke - doesnt ACTUALLY believe that. But hints at a deeper truth

  • Rudyard Kipling
    Rudyard Kipling 11 days ago

    A coin toss is actually 50/49 in favor of heads not 50/50 due to the weights of the carvings and the extra and missing material on the sides, why do I talk to you all like I am ther I dunno, I talk to myself as well, and yes I answer myself

  • Rudyard Kipling
    Rudyard Kipling 11 days ago

    hey, I am a smart ass so I will answer the question -Q: "What is infinity" - A:- "It is an 8 someone kicked on it's side" :p

  • Berserkramo410
    Berserkramo410 11 days ago +12

    I wonder if in a DMT trip you are “seeing” quantum mechanics?

  • Boomer22z
    Boomer22z 11 days ago

    If quantum mechanics is definitionally unpredictable then doesn’t that refute determinism?

    • TheTyme99
      TheTyme99 7 days ago

      Determinism, in the quantum world, is more definitely wrong, however, things like cause and effect can be true in the macroscopic world