Elon Musk Smokes Weed with Joe Rogan

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 8, 2018

I often ask myself if I were to go on Joe Rogan, if I would smoke weed with him for the meme.

I wouldn’t.

I really hate smoking weed. Haven’t done it in years. And whenever I have as an adult, it’s really just made me very dizzy and given me a headache.

I think Elon Musk must regularly smoke weed, or he wouldn’t have smoked weed on the show. He clearly has real bad autism. I’ve never seen a long interview with him before. Although he could just be pretending to be autistic, just like he’s pretending to be intelligent.

For the lulz.

He pushed that simulation thing.


Elon Musk thinks we’re all probably trapped in a “Matrix”-like pseudo existence.

The universe is 13.8 billion years old, so any civilizations that may have arisen throughout the cosmos have had loads and loads of time to hone their technological know-how, the SpaceX founder and CEO explained early this morning (Sept. 7) during a long, wide-ranging and very entertaining appearance on comedian Joe Rogan’s popular podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

“If you assume any rate of improvement at all, then games will be indistinguishable from reality, or civilization will end. One of those two things will occur,” Musk said. “Therefore, we are most likely in a simulation, because we exist.”

“I think most likely — this is just about probability — there are many, many simulations,” he added. “You might as well call them reality, or you could call them multiverse.”

The “substrate” on which these simulations are running, whatever it may be, is probably quite boring, at least compared to the simulations themselves, Musk further told Rogan.

“Why would you make a simulation that’s boring? You’d make a simulation that’s way more interesting than base reality,” Musk said, citing the video games and movies that humanity makes, which are “distillation[s] of what’s interesting about life.”

I think this is total bullshit.

It’s a way to distract people from reality by making it appear that it is meaningless.

The great philosopher and mass murderer Sam Hyde spoke intelligently on this.