Joe Rogan's Theory on Life and People

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Mike Rashid : Brilliant.

DoopaThePoopa : Organismical.

inter stellar : you ever wonder if bacteria on the sandwich get all sad and try to stop destroying stuff but they can't

PhlegethonianStream : Here's Tom with the Weather..

pofkonijn : Savant

GCF : This makes me really want to go and eat a sandwich.

jose chavez : bacteria like to grow in warm places... most humans also prefer to live in warm environments next to water, our main source. looking down from space, we do act as bacteria

kptins : I'm so glad he said this. I've been thinking this for years now and there's never been any theory or any idea that's persuaded me otherwise. Humans are a cancer and that defines the human condition and why we're all so conflicted and fucked up

Ranger Kasdorf : Here because of Savant.

mrlx1064 : Savant, thank you.

Jamie Gaudett : This is exactly what I was thinking that's why I looked up other theories . We are harvesting all earths resources. Pulling them from the ground and leaving it on the surface, or consuming it . We keep growing and soon we will infect other planets . Maybe something created the big bang so other elements would be made smaller then they can work with. And bang here we are making Shit finding smaller Shit . What if our universe is some sort of molecules or cells or whatever you scientists look at .

kaister901 : Ain't nothing wrong in fking things up and eating that sandwich. Sandwich ain't gonna eat itself up now is it?

coltsrule5150 : Joe makes a good point. Humans are like a bacteria. Go to Google Maps and look at the Earth from a distance. Cities look like mold growth. Big, moldy spots, with little bit moldy spots here and there. But we don't have to be, if we can just be a bit more responsible.


CV : He's just imitating agent smith from the Matrix referring to humans as bacteria that expand and consume natural resources until they run out - then they expand more Life is about lessons and learning to let go of ego and coming back enough times to this planet until you 'get it' and turn from STS (service to self) to STO (service to others) before you evolve to a 4th density being - from there you evolve to 5 - 6th and finally 7th density (dimensional) being where you merge with 'prime creator' - or what most call God We are all basically extensions of god living in a universe based on free will - what we experience - he experiences (quantum physics) There is no right or wrong in this existence - only lessons (right and wrong are only specific to relationships between identical species)

Wolf : Yeah so? It's only naural, we have evolved from unicellular life, and all life forms have to consume resources in order to process it into energy, which is what every form of life that has ever existed does, conservation is a raw instinct in every living thing, that's why we enjoy so much having sex, (and you cannot blame us/them) even cute cats eat birdies for conservation (your kitty would eat you for survival), we are just the most advanced/complex form of life, but from mammalian species, ultimately. And btw the way Rogan talks about mold, as some "disgusting shit" is so retarded, every life form from my point of is stunning, a reminder of where we started, where we came from, where mammals, reptiles, birds and fish came, our cradle, so what if we seem like them from afar? That "fucking disgusting mold" are our ancestors from long time ago, and even then the human race is becoming more and more rational overtime, we care about animals more than we ever did, we are using (and developing) greener/renewable energy resources, we care about our environment increasingly (at least the most "rational" of our species), we are getting far and far from instinctive predecessors as time passes and we develop our conscience, so the argument he claims is fucking stupid, and even then no one said our life (not to mention all "life") had to have a meaning, a purpose, you and I, and every living organism exist only as coincidence of the universe, life in Earth is an accident (that will be over in a couple million years), we didn't came to anything, no "magical" purpose we are here, no target, no goal, no "meaning of life", no nothing, thinking that we do THATS the narcissistic point of view, we are here just to enjoy this coincidental experience we call life, nothing more.

Patrick M : Lmao when he called L.A cancer I couldn't help but laugh

drvannostran : Well, he may be correct. Humans are reproducing at an alarming rate. Take a look at China. That will be the United States. At what point do we run out of resources? Oil, clean water, even food wont last forever. What do you think will happen if there was no running tap water for four or five days? Or no oil to fill our cars? There would be rioting and looting on a massive scale. If for some reason we couldn't get food we'd be cutting each others heads off in a matter of days. We wont need to worry about the Earth, the (sandwich) as Joe calls it, will still be here. People are going away. Wear a condom morons. Birth control.

Kenny Powers : "This is necessary. This is necessary. Life feeds on life."

Alex Stixx : This, coming from a guy in the back of a limousine, is some of the finest irony one can experience.

EPSTomcat11 : But wait, what happens to the bacteria after they comsume the entire sandwich?

ProPaleo : I think you need to take shrooms at least once in your life to be on the same page as him.

L C : who could thought that Joe will become the new Socrates of the 21th century?Let's eat the sandwich!

Kyle : Soo am I the only one here that thinks that comparing human beings who have emotions, feelings, and potential to a fungus is sort of an apples-to-oranges kind of ordeal? Or are we just gonna try to keep being edgy?

JonO387 : Joe Rogan, being an idiot as usual.

NGAPUHI90 : This gave me a laugh... lol love Joe Rogan.

Robert Garcia : wrong, he's trying to sound smart...just because we are hosts of this planet doesn't make us parallel to bacteria. bacteria can't self reflect on their actions. we can, that's why we progress.

огромная эрекция : Cancer and bacteria are not the same thing douche nozzle. The earth will be here long after entropy has ended our existence.

Yotto O. : Rogan is such a New World Order stooge. This is the doctrine of the illuminati; they teach and believe this very same thing. That's why they believe in population control, and they want to wipe billions of us out. They think we're no better than bacteria. Research the Georgia Guidestones and Agenda 21. The elite want human population at under half a billion. This is what all the New World Order elite believe at their core - that we're all "useless eaters" over populating and destroying the earth, and they "need" to wipe out most of us to save "mother earth."

CK_32 : We are cancer.

Daniel Verrill : after you've listened to enough of this nonsense from joe rogan you may enjoy tuning in to christian radio.Its very good.

kitKat : Interesting take. Good thing the Earth is adaptable. It's not the Earth that's in trouble, it's humanity. Earth will just take on new forms, while we will just kill ourselves off. 

Will Brookes : Or perhaps we were placed here for the very opposite, we may be a form of bateria. But within bacteria there is good and bad. We as humans took the easiest way to destroy the organism. As most bateria evolves to do that very same thing. We could of spread as a beneficial life form ensuring the preservation of the system. We have capabilities to be positive bacteria.

Ratatoskr : Well that's the system we've allowed to develop, so yep. Until the system changes and peoples values mold to a more reasonable way to live together, with the planet and ecosystem as well, it will continue to work like a disease.

FritzIdler : Wow. I've never heard such a comparison before. Humans are germs, or cancer, or pollutants. He forgot to mention robots, or meat puppets. Zombies? Then he mentions aliens. Well, what do the aliens worlds look like? Especially if they're advance enough to visit earth? Do they live in huts? How about tents? Or maybe tepees? I know, they live in caves! Or maybe they just live outside, in the elements, and shower in the rain.

leoyoman : this idea ruined disastermovies, made everything depressive

PresidentialWinner : I saved this in facebook ten years ago.

EyeFell OutTheSky : How old was Joe Rogan in this video??

Fritz Idler : That's so deep I forgot to take a dump in it.

David Barber : I bet all them girls "sho" make there parents proud! An if they do....

Copulaxoxi Ranbooi : I think that's a really pessimistic point of view. I wonder if he still thinks this?

John Guilbert : I have to say I think there is a lot of truth in this despite the tongue in cheek analogy. We all need to think outside the box and conceptualise a "what if" scenario rather than swimming with the fish that just makes us no use to humanity at all.

luke rockhold , i chocked out bisping : do ppl really listen to this....

SSJG : I just told my mom all of this and then I found ur video I was frightend how right I was

Sofie424 : Missing the concept of symbiosis. Most bacteria are helpful or harmless. Humans have that potential as well.

#somelivesdontmatter sldm : if paint is 94% white and 6% blue the paint is blue this guy's perspective is such a Debbie Downer and single he's obviously indoctrinated

Kyle Ranard : realest mofo

youreallbrainwashed : Yo! My ancestors came over on the sandwich

Helios601 : ET would see individual people alright, come on now

Malconeous Prime : Interesting. On a universal scale, it has no impact. Regardless of our existence, the universe will march toward an inevitable entropy. Concern for the earth is stems from the illusion of its universal importance.