The Joe Rogan Experience Episode 630 with Duncan Trussell

Episode Number: 630
Episode Guest: Duncan Trussell
Original Airdate: March 25, 2015
Episode Sponsors: Squarespace, Stamps.com, Onnit

Guest Bio: Duncan Trussell is a stand-up comedian and host of his own podcast The Duncan Trussell Family Hour.

Topics Discussed: Podcast commercials; Uber vs. taxis; New York cabbie/gypsy murders; killing for money; predators; conservative ideals; future biotech; gender transformation; new virtual reality technology; downloading consciousness; living inside memories; 3D printing from memories; restoring memories; religious extremists; religion and technology; materialism; California drought; fixing the planet; new Japanese robot; very real looking robot video; robots are cars for artificial intelligence; demonizing the government; what if everyone was president; optimism; UK pedophile rings; echoes of the past; epigenetics; why do bees build hives; frequencies; living in war-torn countries; future weapons; the world as an organism; Skid Row; India; redistributing taxes; fixing the worst spots; Justin Wren and the pygmies; our personality as an operating system; psychedelic trips; grief; DMT; Daniel Day-Lewis’ method acting; Peter Diamandis book; problems we need to solve; downloading consciousness; what happens to our bodies; virtual reality addiction; Occulus Rift; virtual reality porn; virtual jet lag; sharing memories; resurrecting people with DNA; future of video games; Kim Dotcom; Magic Leap demo video; augmented reality; bragging in the future; predicting the future; podcasts; Pump Up the Volume movie; Footloose movie; Road House remake with Danny McBride; focusing on love instead of fear.

My Thoughts: Along with Joey and Ari, a podcast with Joe and Duncan is always worth listening to. You know what to expect.

Podcast Video: Below is a video of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast episode #630 available for streaming via YouTube.

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