Joe Rogan Experience #1035 - Paul Stamets

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Mister Dizzy : This dude is a literal wizard. I suspect he is at least 300 years old.

slipknotic2682 : Portabello and button mushrooms if consumed raw show the ability to cause cancer. He is silent because of trouble he got into for saying it in the past. Possibly death threats by marketers of these mushrooms or even use of these mushrooms to create weaponized cancer biological agents. This is what I found in my research over the last week or two.

Zahkoo : This dude is extremely well spoken and able to communicate long and complex stories in a way that is impressive for anyone, let alone someone who used to have a stutter. Very cool.

Wayne : What an incredible person. The world is so lucky to have this man doing his work.

nullunit : He looks like a person that came walking out of a Studio Ghibli film.

Janet Kim : Super Mario brothers knew the whole time!!!!

What Up : listening to stamot's story about mushrooms stopping his stuttering. I work as a professional skydiver. now in light aircraft the pilot is required to wear headphones by law to protect his ears. but the skydiving community hasn't caught up with this yet there are no laws. we jump from around 3.5km, 14 000ft in the air and you can hear the aircraft from the ground at that point. so you can imagine how loud they are. so I'm working away for a few years and it all of a sudden dawned on me that I had this tremendous ringing in my ears. I learned this to be tinitus. you may have experienced this temporarily after going to a loud concert or something like that. but after 3 years this was with me for life. I had it for about a year. you have no idea how much of an impact this has on you, people have committed suicide over it. I went to 3 different doctors who all said there is no cure. I asked my mum who is a dr and she said there is no cure. I was depressed for other reasons but my depression reached a whole new level. the next time I did DMT it cured it and I haven't had it since

MrDidjcripey : If god exists, it is a mushroom.

Adam Evans : Talk about going DEEP! This coulda run 3hrs+ ez.. He's gotta get back on...

Eccentric Bazaar : This show is fantastic. I like the way Joe Rogan gives the guests plenty of room and time to talk. Paul Stamets is a genius and a National Treasure!

Evan Edinger : This is such a mind-blowing episode oh my god

snavis : "Lip Smack" ~Paul Stamets

G J : This guy said he doesn't care what people think because he basically saved the world. Hahaha. That's great. Dude is such a beast. Edit: this is my second time watching this podcast, and I have been taking Lions Mane capsules sourced from the US for a month now. I no longer fumble words when I speak. That's worth money right there. It actually transcends money!

pingfunk : 00:05 - Paul is welcomed as one of the highest requested guests, and is also the first guest to wear a mushroom hat on Joe's podcast. 07:00 - Paul describes how similar humans are to fungi 10:00 - Paul talks about fungi and creating their environment 14:00 - The largest living organism in the world being a Mycilium Mat 18:00 - Mycilium found in lava beds in Africa / mushrooms having their form over a billion years before humans had form 21:40 - The Japanese slime-mold experiment 23:35 - Paul mentions Terrence & Dennis McKenna and their 'Stoned-Ape Theory' 29:45 - DEA agents trying to set up Paul to supply mushrooms 34:30 - The movement to change (Psilocybin) Mushrooms from schedule 1 to schedule 2 35:30 - Paul's stuttering problem / tree story 44:00 - Paul theorises why people potentially stutter. Tells Joe about the legal mushroom that leads to neuro-genesis 47:00 - The Mice experiments involving neuro-genesis via mushrooms 52:50 - Penicillin likely aiding in the outcome of World War II 56:30 - Some of the clinical trials and resulting effects conducted at Johns Hopkins University involving Psilocybin 1:00:00 - Psilocybin being revered in ancient tradition and civilizations and shunned in modern civilization 1:03:00 - Terrence McKenna's Timewave Zero falling on his birthday 1:04:30 - Glossolalia, Paul's first book, Bill Webb story 1:12:50 - Increased cognition with psychedelics and micro-dosing in Silicon Valley 1:15:50 - Joe's blanket dream during SoberOctober 1:17:45 - Colony collapse & bee dependent crops 1:21:25 - Bee preservation being a bridging interest with liberals and conservatives / Paul's dream. Contextualizes => 1:27:00 - Paul's mushroom discovery with bees 1:32:00 - Paul's post-9/11 bio-defense program related experiment and the black hawk helicopter 1:39:40 - HPV 1:43:35 - Gourmet mushrooms Paul recommends, contextualizes => 1:45:00 - The problem with Portobello mushrooms 1:48:15 - Enoki Mushrooms and being cancer preventative 1:50:40 - Paul talks about Cordyceps mushrooms 1:52:50 - Timestamp for Joe to go over many many many many many many times 1:55:40 - Paul's recommendation when getting mushrooms regarding the origin 1:58:00 - Paul's character on Star Trek:Discovery (also Hannibal) 2:01:00 - Paul & The Multiverse 2:12:45 - "reality is not limited to the perception that we have traditionally used" / Podcast ends

Steve Igi : He seems like a cool dude. Also reminds me of Robin Williams.

nicole dileo : Can you pleaseee make a JRE toon for Paul's psilocybin tree hugging trip?!?!?

Jesse K : A mushroom walks into a bar and asks for a drink. The bartender says "sorry we dont serve mushrooms". The mushroom replies "c'mon I'm a fungi".

nick kushnir : This dude has absolutely blown my mind. I've been really trying lately to kick my overall health into optimization, and in addition to certain vitamins, minerals and diet/exercise I am definitely gonna add mycelium suppliments into the mix. Damn, Paul!

K20C4Sam : Honestly this was amazing. Probably the best episode this year.

Eric Bottero : I hope that bus boy finds this video

Kato Sørensen : I would like to see a round two with Paul. I think his wisdom is worth documenting.

Tom Devine : "Language is code, and we haven't elaborated the code yet to elucidate the concepts that we're trying to articulate" totally parallels Terrence McKenna's concept of "We can move no faster than the evolution of our own language" (the irony coming from these two highly articulate and eloquent individuals), makes you think they're cut from the same cloth, or have convergently evolved the same thought processes toward absolute truth..

Rachael Wiseley : As a “marijuana” activist I prefer the terminology “Cannabis” to weed, reefer, pot, etc....... not that there’s anything wrong with any of these words/references. I can relate to Paul being passionate about spreading awareness and educating people. If we want to be taken seriously by “serious people“ then we need to speak to them in a language they can understand/appreciate.

Pravin Dahal : Mushroom brought me here. I ate a mushroom pizza. Out of hundreds of audiobooks I have, I picked "How to change your mind" while eating the pizza. While listening to the book, mention of Paul Stamets intrigued me. I looked for his Ted talk, and then saw this video as recommendation.

Brandon Krows : Thank you Paul Stamets. I will never finish a stutterers sentence.

bubblerings : Maybe the Fruit... of the Tree of Knowledge... was a fungus or mushroom growing on it.

Hud Maughan : I want A Mushroom Hat

Tony Duchars : Stamets round 2?

BarDownSnizzzzy19 : Jamie didnt say shit this episode, he clearly got an F in micro biology

Joe Nez : Everyone here making fun of how easy it is to blow Joes mind. But this potcast is ACTUALLY mindblowing. Loved it!

Sophia Normantas : One of the most fascinating interviews I've seen. Joe Rogan's podcast is now like Ted Talks in interview form.

Darryl Bradshaw : anyway of getting MF DOOM on??

“Survival Tips From The Natives” : Wowww thank you JRE. I work at an herbal store and we sell his products. I’ve been taking his Chaga for a month and yesterday a rep from his company told me about this interview and I’m so grateful to be able to share this info with clients that come in! Thank you Sir, bless all hearts in your name. Especially bee 🐝 hearts, which I’m not sure that they have, but you know the feeling♥️.

James Pierce : So the ability to communicate information back into the mycelium network, the ability to socialize, has been conserved by natural selection even after our divergence from fungi ~650 million years ago. And Jordan Peterson says that the propensity to organize the world in hierarchical structure has been conserved by natural selection since our divergence from lobsters ~350 million years ago. Hmm. Interesting timeline. Is the psychedelic experience the result of a mushroom trying to convey information back through the mycelium network that you still have the genetic scaffolding for?

BRRAAAIIINS theZombie : The Portabella Mafia is NOT to be truffled with!

Michael Roberts : One thing that strikes me is that if mycelium networks created meadows and thus wanted animals to walk in meadows etc. and that mycelium networks are intelligent and work over thousands of years, then how happy can they be about what humans have done to their environment by paving it over with ashphalt etc. Perhaps they see humans as temporary in the larger landscape of things. I would love to ask Paul this question.

IICaTz : Please have him back on the show.. I thoroughly enjoyed this for 2 days of driving to work.. mind .... blown...

Bradely Dowling : What he refused to discuss was, the Portobello mushroom has cancer fighting properties. Those with the monopoly on chemo, Silence geniuses like Paul.

Wide Awake : I imagine a world of teenage initiation with parents involved to microdosing adults riding bicycles and having even better parties than the 90’s on auspicious occasions amongst smiling world leaders.

black : i like his teemo hat

KLM M : This dude is a golden teacher

Benjamin Gentile : 1:45:00 The Portobello mafia is gonna ice this fool!

Papa : 38:49 i had the exact same face as Joe

Phil Norris : Those stoned apes - are they seriously eating shrooms or partying in a pre-historic way? BTW. Careful as you go there throwing out 'I once did' 20 gram amounts at 37:45, it might be really dangerous to suggest here that it can be a fun learning experience doing 20gr (presumably dried) mushrooms for the first time. For somebody who has never tried them before, it would probably not end the way the story in the video did - he would not be able to climb out of a tree at the peak of a 20gr trip - no way! So I rekon his story is either exaggerated, or he is talking about 20gr of fresh mushrooms, which is probably only a little less than about 100 (liberty cap) mushrooms instead of 600, or that he neglected to mention that he later totally lost it and went into the feeble trance that 600 dried shrooms will take you into. Also, I never really met anybody who trips 5 days in a row - its just a waste of fungii to attempt it, plus it is irritating, dissapointing, and tiresome too. So save those shrooms for later!

aksa908 : Paul ’i have multiple patents’ Stamets 😄 Great one

REDDRAKON : "no doubt" we came from africa is no longer true, why are scientists always so sure of themselves when throughout human history they have mostly been proven wrong again and again.

William1942 : I'm 76 years old and your podcasts are helping me understand how little I know, but how much I care. You give me gifts. Thank you. Thank you for Paul Stamets.

Soco Soco : If I eat his hat will I trip face?