It's Okay To Be Smart
It's Okay To Be Smart
It's Okay To Be Smart

Joe Hanson, Ph.D. is a curious group of atoms in a curious universe, and he's here to tell you how it all works.
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  1. author

    FluffyCloudIl y a 2 minutes

    Anybody blink at 1:20?

  2. author

    Jan emmanuel LabioIl y a 21 minute

    Its the rain

  3. author

    Cixle VixinIl y a 25 minutes

    I would blow up ever spider

  4. author

    Ricardo PetingaIl y a 41 minute

    - Stop subsidizing animal agriculture. - Stop making hierarchies of human value, where others are deemed inferior to your selective and exclusive "us", and be inclusive of diversity. - Stop filling your mind with superfluous concerns such as what people wear and look like and who they have consensual intimacy with so you can find the mental space to properly frame your worry on things that actually matter. - Do not tolerate those who are intolerant, i.e. those who depersonalize others to deny them their fundamental rights. - Promote equity. - Go vegan (does not necessarily apply to indigenous people living in balance with their ecossystems). - Abolish capitalism, the state and the military. - Abolish the laboral system (read Bob Black's short essay "The Abolition of Work"). - Build cooperative communities and decentralize power into communal assemblies as much as possible, without succumbing to tribalist isolationism. Stay open to interchange with other communities. - Work voluntarily and cooperatively on that which guarantees everyone has their basic needs met, which will amount to far less work and much more free time, in which you can also playfully work for less basic necessities (wants rather than needs) if you want to, resulting in better quality of life, less physical and mental disease. - Factories should be open-access with constant formation by experts and training for whoever chooses to collaborate. Same for agriculture and pretty much all fields of work once the profit-motive ceases to exist. - Educate children in all areas necessary for survival: agriculture, construction, engineering, plumbing, electricity, design, and of course practical sciences, etc. Allow them to develop their skills and talents in whatever areas through guidance and collaboration. Arts are necessary as well to develop creative minds. - Educate for curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, humility (the greatest contributor to learning), empathy and collaboration. - Realize that the common good is in every individual's best interest, except for those sociopaths who thrive on keeping things as they are or making them worse. - Realize that people are not so idle or lazy that they would not work. We're just exhausted by capitalism's inherent mandatory labor and wage slavery. There. Solved it for you. You're welcome. Now some praxis, please.

  5. author

    Golden HackerIl y a 43 minutes

    I am alergic to all types of nuts

  6. author

    Coconot TofuIl y a 47 minutes

    The end? Or a new beginning?

  7. author

    Manjushree SrivastavaIl y a 50 minutes

    So, you mean that I am related to Harry Styles??

  8. author

    juniIl y a 51 minute

    i can remember faces but for the love of god can never match the faces with their names

  9. author

    Cater95 3Il y a heure

    Guys it’s ok to be smart

  10. author

    Shaney GachaYTIl y a heure

    My friend found my doppelganger... She's a model..

  11. author

    Daniel CometaIl y a heure

    *yo momma has join the chat*

  12. author

    Ricardo PetingaIl y a heure

    I recommend watching the latest of Mexie's videos (and every other of hers while you're at it) and getting to know Murray Bookchin's work if you're interested in possible solutions.

  13. author

    Diarrhea ShrekIl y a heure

    Who else wants this guy to be your science teacher? 👇

  14. author

    bubblesIl y a heure

    When I got it I didn't know what it was, so I thought it was a dream

  15. author

    Atheist FryguyIl y a 2 heures

    Just a few short years ago, this comment section would be filled with arm chair scientists, telling everyone how they are sheeple, and this is some grand conspiracy to usher in socialism. Back then, I thought it was hopeless, trying to argue with them as a layman was incredibly difficult, trying to convince them that scientists were not agents of evil was useless, it all seemed so hopeless. Thanks to channels like IOTBS, the pendulum has finally shifted. Most people are finally on board with understanding climate change is being impacted by people. We certainly still bicker with one another, but at least most of the conspiracy has been tossed out. Thank you IOTBS, and all of you who have contributed to raising awareness.

  16. author

    Vania NurainiIl y a 2 heures

    My cousin and I share the same birthday, lol

  17. author

    anjing anjingIl y a 2 heures

    The earth is flat

  18. author

    Brian JohnsonIl y a 2 heures

    The Hawk: *DO I LOOK LIKE A JOKE TO YOU*

  19. author

    Tony McModeNutIl y a 2 heures

    I would be wary about CuriosityStream. They have no obvious way to cancel a trial and you cannot remove or even change your creditcard details. The cancel button handily appears *after* the first payment has been made. I suggest using a one-time creditcard if you want to check it out.

  20. author

    IvelllIl y a 2 heures

    ummmmm. my classmate was borned february 29 2008

  21. author

    Tee JIl y a 3 heures

    There is no climate emergency says the letter, sent to UN by 500 scientists. It is actually the opposite.

  22. author

    AlvaroGhazali_22 indoIl y a 3 heures

    We all are secretly cousins..

  23. author

    Bikram MondalIl y a 4 heures

    Now you're my fav guy on FRreporter!

  24. author

    Lucas BIl y a 4 heures

    What if one possible Great Filter is based on whether or not a particular form of intelligent life evolved from a "high competition" environment? Perhaps there are planets where the sustaining resources are so abundant (and the life form so efficient), competition isn't necessary. Evolution would likely move far slower, but in terms of universal time, inconsequential. Intelligent life from "low competition" environments would, in this theory, have little need for the concepts of competition and greed. Perhaps THOSE are the forms of life that ultimately make it.

  25. author

    Taylor WhalenIl y a 4 heures

    Mind blown.. Amazing!

  26. author

    Amelia ZIl y a 5 heures

    Does anyone else have blue eyes but they look more like grey?

  27. author

    Pavel FilimonovIl y a 5 heures

    Real science is based on truth derived from experiments and not on consensus. I bet 99% of scientists believed the earth is flat before Galileo.

  28. author

    Sun QueenieIl y a 5 heures

    I believe that real dinosaurs are alive because less than 5% of the ocean has been discovered and dinosaurs were also marine animals.

  29. author

    lifewatchgroupIl y a 5 heures

    Human population growth is decimating natural resources and causing global warming. Animal husbandry ( chickens, fish, milk, eggs etc) cause up to 70% of C02. Stop eating animals, and our plant will hae a chance to continue sustaining us. See how: frreporter.com/v/vid%C3%A9o-4zbv_w93qUc.html

  30. author

    Ivy AlonsoIl y a 5 heures

    So wait ur telling me it’s scientific

  31. author

    sune pereraIl y a 5 heures

    alabama 💯

  32. author

    insert cool name here ΦIl y a 6 heures

    It's okay to be smart: blue is rare Me: looks up (while outside)

  33. author

    Superparty PoopeIl y a 6 heures

    Yes there was it was Adam

  34. author

    Max MustermannIl y a 6 heures

    There is no free science anymore, if there ever was. Scientist who disagree get threatened and loose their jobs. Greta is a teen from a actor family. Last time a teen gave a speech before the UN: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nayirah_(testimony). Mars has 95.67% CO2 and -63°C/-82°F average temperature. So atmospheric pressure is way more relevant. What about maximum absorption of sunlight? Where is the point when co2 absorbs all sunlight, so an increase dosent change the temperature? All models i have seen are linear. That is false to 100% certainty. When 100% gets absorbed an increase of co2 would make no difference. Where is that point? 10ppm? 300, 4000, 10000? Lina models are made for the public to brainwash. The poor are going to paying the rich to solve a "problem".

  35. author

    Lucia TagliariniIl y a 7 heures

    My cousin called the Kyper belt the Cooper belt😐

  36. author

    Maswiyat IIl y a 7 heures

    PEWDSS

  37. author

    e wIl y a 7 heures

    *w a t e r*

  38. author

    NoelxIl y a 7 heures

    I thought the thing said “do pee fish”

  39. author

    spencer martinIl y a 8 heures

    The issue with Flat-Earthers is they don’t look at science, they don’t think about seasons, the sun, eclipses, and more.

  40. author

    This is GehIl y a 8 heures

    I am a dumb guy and here is a dumb question : If the universe is almost 14 billion years old then how did we counted that the universe is 92 billion light years across? The light from the most farthest out should not have the time reach us yet. Is this just a calculation or found by some other way. Plz simplify

  41. author

    Julien GomezIl y a 9 heures

    0:05 "There are no blue tigers, no blue bats, no blue squirrels, no blue dogs..." *Furries have entered the chat*

  42. author

    U.F.OIl y a 10 heures

    to be honest i like blue that is my favorite color cus my dad likes blue since i was a kid like 6 yrs old i like blue so much today im even wearing a blue shirt

  43. author

    Kaka DodoIl y a 10 heures

    Look at what the cereal makes in the bowl 🤮 0:49

  44. author

    Marco_Weird -_-Il y a 10 heures

    Me with no sugar: nothing Me with sugar: REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  45. author

    lindomar 20Il y a 10 heures

    Cringe

  46. author

    lavenderIl y a 10 heures

    BRUH 9 SECOND IN AND 2 PRESIDENTS WERE BORN ON THE SAME DAY I WAS WHAT THE HECK IS THIS-

  47. author

    I have a small Peepee, butIl y a 10 heures

    Well guys, guess I can say the n-word

  48. author

    Grace SmithIl y a 10 heures

    Hey cousins!

  49. author

    jim lotusIl y a 10 heures

    THOSE ARE ALL TREE STUMPS !!! THE GRAND FOREST HAS BEEN BEEN CUT DOWN .. ALL MOUNTAINS ARE TREE STUMPS AND THE GRAND CANYON USED TO BE A GIANT FOREST OF BIG TREES !!! THAT IS WHAT THOSE CANYONS AND PLATEAU'S ARE .. GIANT TREE STUMPS FROM THE GIANT FORESTS THAT USED TO BE OUR HOMES !!!! WAKE UP !!!

  50. author

    KSTJ_B_forBunnyYTIl y a 11 heures

    Intresting (edit) formula

  51. author

    Illumination SeekerIl y a 11 heures

    Weren't heavy metals like uranium 236 and titanium also found there.

  52. author

    Hale BerryIl y a 11 heures

    It just looks like such an arduous task when someone uses their left hand to write😂

  53. author

    Gazz MazIl y a 11 heures

    Better watch out or ill start thrown up teeth

  54. author

    Storm AnimatesIl y a 11 heures

    My eyes are hazel and they change from brown, green, and hazel depending on the clothes I wear, and the light. Once when I was walking home with my friend she turned to talk to me and loudly said “WOAH. Sam! Your eyes are green! I have to take a picture! They’re amazing!” My eyes are so weird but I love them 😁

  55. author

    MooMooBoogsIl y a 11 heures

    I'm near sighted without glasses, but it's hard to focus in tubes closer to my eye using glasses. DARN YOU, COSTCO!

  56. author

    ching chong wheres my money?Il y a 11 heures

    My mom is like 5'3 but my dad is 6'5 and I'm 6'2 lol

  57. author

    Homelover productionsIl y a 11 heures

    Wait so in the cuddle dog or wolf question will the wolf bite.

  58. author

    Mark OppuseIl y a 11 heures

    How was DNA at it's code made? From nothing?

  59. author

    XxRed WolfxXIl y a 11 heures

    I feel like the scene where the nerd boy got bit by that spider and turned into spider man from the first movie took place in her laboratory, it looks familiar

  60. author

    RayzingIl y a 11 heures

    Japanese people still eat healthier then most Americans

  61. author

    M 998 HMMWVIl y a 12 heures

    Another bozo using big words that mean nothing. Is he going to run for congress next?

  62. author

    AmariPlayz RuepongIl y a 12 heures

    Lol i get mosqito bite but no ded yeeee

  63. author

    Potato platoonIl y a 12 heures

    We all know its ps4 heat ok

  64. author

    Mr MisterIl y a 12 heures

    I honestly don’t think they were all cavemen like the stereotypes show, somebody that “dimwitted” wouldn’t be able to mix with humans

  65. author

    Mr MisterIl y a 12 heures

    Well at least we still have Primates somewhat like us, and we’re mammals so we relate to a lot of these animals

  66. author

    Charles RonkIl y a 12 heures

    Funny how we went from swinging in trees to walking upright building sky scrapers in the same number of opertunities for genetic change the ordinary field mouse has not changed at all. Genetics are strange.

  67. author

    grace opaajeIl y a 12 heures

    I always wondered why is curly headed girls have curly hair but not curly eyebrows and lashes i wondered

  68. author

    Giselle YatzyIl y a 12 heures

    You have a 16 colored eye 😭

  69. author

    Lenny With a qIl y a 12 heures

    Your fingers, hand em over

  70. author

    Sweet N SourIl y a 12 heures

    So Disney has been thinking through all of this!??!

  71. author

    Craig LiangIl y a 12 heures

    Should I cuddle with a dog or a wolf? I'll go with the wolf.

  72. author

    Ken HavensIl y a 12 heures

    Kurzgesat in a Nutshell has done a few videos similar to this.

  73. author

    Loki LokiIl y a 12 heures

    Twins separated by birth?

  74. author

    Stevo DevoIl y a 12 heures

    "We did a science." Seriously? Is that anything like, 'we did a grammar'?

  75. author

    Nebraska BassinIl y a 12 heures

    South Sudan 🇸🇸

  76. author

    Artie FusionIl y a 12 heures

    That's because it's meant for developing brains of kids and adolescents, once you're an adult your brain doesn't need the stimuli anymore because you're full grown.

  77. author

    Nate SandersIl y a 12 heures

    Why do you keep calling them “neanderTALLS” when them niggas were hunched over all the time

  78. author

    TSM_Seb 21Il y a 12 heures

    im my class of around 30 classmates and including me there are 4 people in my class which is october 6, 2005

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    EcoSilvioIl y a 13 heures

    I find something really concerning: why do media use the "97% of scientists agree" figure to "prove" climate change is caused by humans? Truth is not a matter of concensus. We ALL agree earth's surface is warming up because there is conclusive data about it, not because percentages of agreement, and that's the same for other facts. What if truth comes from that 3%?

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    walther freigeistIl y a 13 heures

    The moon was to close to the Sun in the early Beginnings. It got hit by a Meteor at some Point , leading it to change its gravitational Movement

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    Jeremy VillalobosIl y a 13 heures

    Why are dinasour teeth dark or brown? Where they not white when the animal had them? Also, before I had a brain I wasn't me. Just like the water that is in my body now was not me until I drinked it.

  82. author

    prometheus TitanIl y a 13 heures

    I am able to my make eye twitch on command oof what does this mean¿

  83. author

    Arandom GamerIl y a 13 heures

    Bruh i didnt even know cicadas were good at math in the first place

  84. author

    Bread PodcastsIl y a 13 heures

    No! People divorce and don’t make children .....

  85. author

    Jose MorenoIl y a 13 heures

    Here because of anime Dr.Stone

  86. author

    ༺Aeຮτheͥτiͣcͫ༻ Aภge ProdͥนcͣtͫΐoŇsIl y a 13 heures

    1:32 Boi I saw that

  87. author

    CloverStream 10Il y a 13 heures

    I have the same birthday as Donald trumps older sister...but different years! :)

  88. author

    Sylveon RibbonIl y a 14 heures

    I’m probably smarter than that slime *energy equals mass times the speed of light*

  89. author

    Joshua LeeIl y a 14 heures

    *Anti-vaxxers have left the chat*

  90. author

    shaykhriyadhIl y a 14 heures

    Look at this drone

  91. author

    Dan PhamIl y a 14 heures

    who here is so short 😭

  92. author

    ROBERT ANDERSONIl y a 14 heures

    SWAMPY BULLSHIT LIES. SOLAR FORCING C.M.E.'S AND SOLAR FLARES ARE NOT COUNTED. NEWS FLASH THE I.P.C.C. JUST GOT PWNED & HAD TO RETRACT THEIR LATEST PUBLISHED PAPER ON CLIMATE CHANGE.

  93. author

    asdf asdfIl y a 14 heures

    2:17 me after eating chipotle

  94. author

    Alyssa MuellerIl y a 14 heures

    I’m not scared of Holes 🕳 just makes me wanna scratch the holes away or rip it off lol Idk why tho

  95. author

    Estela EscalanteIl y a 14 heures

    She blew my mind! Edit. THEY BLEW MY MIND

  96. author

    Zill MiracleIl y a 14 heures

    Amanda and Meredith are both wearing makeup too, sometimes if people have a similar aesthetic my brain mixes them up regardless of face. The not remembering details thing is so true! I will always remember a person's hair and face shape but unless someone has dark brown eyes or mentions their eye color in conversation I won't remember.

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    Sid SmilyIl y a 15 heures

    Is it like this that kyper belt or asteroid belt will form another planet or moon like structure in the next millions of years??

  98. author

    Thomas BortzIl y a 15 heures

    I’ll admit I didn’t watch the video before commenting this but DNA is also proof AGAINST evolution because it is irreducibly complex. Btw, the fossil record, fossils of most of the phyla of all animals living today found alongside fossils of dinosaurs, and the fact that there are really no transitional fossils found anywhere(“Lucy” and other “transitional fossils” for humans have all been debunked) are all proof against evolution. A few years ago a lot of scientists got together to try and come up with a new model for evolution because all of the ones they have today don’t work because of modern evidence, and guess what, they came up with nothing. Evolution, in my opinion, is a theory that can not be backed up by evidence found today.

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    Game FoolIl y a 15 heures

    23andMe *MORE LIKE 23INME*

  100. author

    wassollderscheiss33Il y a 15 heures

    The answer to the fermi paradox lies in biological intelligence creating AI and AI shutting itself off for not seeing any meaning in existing.