Joe Rogan is quickly becoming my favorite O&A guest, and I actually sometimes get upset when I turn the radio on and discover he is in studio, because I know that it will fly by too fast and he won't be back for a while. He definitely needs to make more appearances because as much as his podcasts rule, it is great but in a totally different way that O&A&J + Joe Rogan is great, sort of like one is pizza and one is french fries? I do need to know if I was the only listener who thought my head might explode while listening to the video about the double slit experiment. I will never understand why people need to take scientific studies that are so incredibly fascinating the way they are, and completely twist them around like that video did, to make it seem mysterious in a way that is just completely fabricated. The video did an excellent job describing the experiment up until (around 3:45) the point where it began discussing the unexpected wave pattern caused from particles interacting with each other, which appeared again when the particles were sent individually. To see which path they actually took, the video actually says that the simple act of watching the particles completely changed their behavior (bullshit): "The very act of measuring, or observing, which slit it went through meant it only went through one, not both. The electron decided to act different as though it was aware it was being watched." Unfortunately the viewers are not informed of the fact that "being watched" actually means using techniques that determine which slit the particle passed through, and this can involve techniques that cause the electron to actually collide with another molecule/particle located at each slit, which would obviously have some affect on the electron's path compared to when it "was not being watched." I hate when videos like this claim to be presenting factual information, and instead important facts are omitted from the description of the experiment so that the moron that created the video can hide the complete and total lack of evidence supporting the pseudoscience nonsense about some sort of awareness displayed by electrons.