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Podcast #258 - Things Jenna Wikipedia’d This Week

May 31, 2021
It allows me to write so I know the notes happen, it's that frustrating. The first thing I did on Wikipedia was The Week Was the Immortal Jellyfish You've Ever Heard About. Not that, now I have to write it down and go find the article, so I would do it on Wikipedia, but some of these are real articles because they are a little more interesting to read or we like them more so that we understand what you can give us. just one sentence backstory was still why did you make Wikipedia okay, do you need to know why my thoughts get where they do?
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In general, I would like to know that, well, sometimes you can't, okay, then, the immortal jelly I have never had. I've heard about

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alien episode, but scientists discovered a jellyfish that can theoretically live forever. It is called turritopsis dohrnii. She is now officially known as the only immortal creature. It turns out that the secret of eternal life is not. simply living long is about maturity or rather the lack thereof, immortal jellyfish, as they are better known, popularly spread and then, faced with the normal race of dying, chose to revert to a sexually immature stage , it turns out that once the adult forms of the four-point-five-millimeter-wide species have reproduced, they do not die, but rather transform back into their juvenile polyp state, their tentacles retract, their bodies shrink and sink. at the bottom of the ocean and begin the cycle again between laboratory samples.
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All adult Pteropus observed undergo this change regularly and not just once, they can do it over and over again, so the only known way they can die is if they are consumed by another fish or if a disease attacks the jelly. However, there are so many mysteries. surrounding the door of Pteropus and I: the whole process of reverting from its adult phase to polyp was observed several times, it has not been observed in nature yet, only in laboratory environments, so it is the Benjamin Button jellyfish, yes, just be young again. again yeah and then it starts again like it's a video game yeah that's so crazy does it get rid of part of its body or something it just says its tentacles retract into its body and it turns into a polyp again?
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That's so efficient. Wow, good for them, but. has reproduced, so it created other jellyfish, no, that's literally living a full life, having a family on a diet of a hundred, you say exactly, let's do it again, but now, imagine it, okay, this is totally made up. a little fish tank full of immortal jellyfish starts with one, yeah, it reproduces and then all of a sudden it sinks to the bottom and it's a little polyp, but now you have like four and how do you know what are babies and what is the Benjamin Button? one is you have to keep track of you have to teach them their name yeah you have to teach them their name keep track of which ones okay that's interesting isn't it?
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It's great, I want to be him, you want to be him, yes, but as if there were no other species that we knew on earth can return to a sexually immature stage and begin their life cycle with or without dividing into a part of themselves, they Become part of a new being like you know me, Byers, yes, yes, no. They eventually die, I think parts of them do, but I think parts of them move on or something, I don't know, I'm not a mathematician, but I don't think they go back to a sexually immature stage like that, it's a really intense stage. process yes, how do you do that?
I don't know about jellyfish being Wyland anyway, wouldn't you be a jellyfish, but you're also Benjamin Button? It's like it's really interesting, like how even? I wonder why what you do with that information, like why. Can you find out how they do it? How but why how about why huh? Okay, next thing I did on Wikipedia, but it's more like a Wikipedia fan, whatever the fandom is. He was literally sleepy, yeah, whatever he was playing Elder Scrolls. He plays oh hey. you know, sorry, sorry, cut, I was playing Elder Scrolls with a friend of mine who is in one of my guilds and she was telling me that she really likes My Little Pony, which I've heard from a few people, I just had it.
I have no idea how popular he was and I've heard he's like people I don't know their names. Sorry if I'm being ignorant, but they love My Little Pony so much because it's about magic and friendship, have you heard that before, not until you told me that they love it, okay, and the adults yes, they love the show, the books and that it's so big that there's something called, well, there's a lot of fan fiction like independently written stories about My Little? The Pony universe is indifferent, whatever it is, this particular one is called Fallout Equestria like the Fallout Equestria West Rio game with My Little Pony type characters, so all the individual fan fictions usually focus on one of the ponies that you It teaches a specific thing about life, yes. like one of them would be about this pony and his journey as he learns that his purpose in life is to sacrifice himself for all his friends at all costs, while another could be about perseverance and one of the ponies has to learn that his work and your life Being persistent is hard now, so my friend was telling me that she loves this series called Following Equestria and I thought: What is that?
Like a book. Well, what is it? She was like she was independently written fanfiction, but listen to these consequences of Equestria. is a crossover fanfiction between the television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and the video game series Fallout that was written by k-kat because I was wondering who the hell is the author that was writing these fanfiction. This person's name is KCAP, first published in April. 2011 and completed by Christmas of that year, Fallout Equestria spans forty-five chapters, as well as a prologue, introduction, epilogue, and afterword, and contains over six hundred and twenty thousand words, making Fallout Equestria one of the most self-published works. of derivative fiction that exist.
That's crazy. It's crazy that many words and then she told me there was another one that's over a million words so I thought, you know, I'm making my mind look a little like this is fanfiction, yeah, that's it. six hundred and twenty thousand words, so I thought it was crazy. I don't even really remember the last time I read a book that long or something that was that long. You know, I don't know. Honestly, I don't think I ever have and she said I don't really read them. I listen to them on YouTube and I thought I have to see this.
There are literal YouTube channels that are dedicated to reading fanfiction and its posts. like three hours long and it's going to be like three chapters it's a whole world that I had no idea about that's what I'm saying yeah the biggest spin off fanfiction series out there is Fallout Equestria or one of the biggest and craziest ones from Fallout Equestria. Have you ever played Fallout and she said yes but I said no, that's not the important part, it's the pony part, yeah Fallout, it's more like the world it's in or whatever, yeah that's really funny right yeah so I Googled what that was or I guess Wikipedia but that was good look at all these chapters like it goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on It goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on it goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on It goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on.
There are many others, yes, but I had no idea that people wrote fan fiction of television series that ran for so long, yes, or that they had this kind of following, yes, that's crazy, it's just dedication. I mean, there's that level of interest where you know. a world, a fictional world in which people want to derive content that is so intense, yes, I mean, for those of you who have liked it, even if you have a hard time understanding what it is, if you liked Game of Thrones, if anyone wrote a million words of Game of Thrones fanfiction on a Minecraft background yeah, that's the equivalent, yeah, that's crazy, that's so wild, right, yeah, I had no idea, yeah, it was everyone's thing modes.
I was blown away when she told me that, okay, next thing I looked up on Wikipedia. seeing ancient aliens were the akashic records, have you ever heard of that? No, okay, I'll read this straight from Wikipedia, hit me, I don't know how to say this word in theosophy, that word sounds amazing, you sound smart, all of you Sofia and through inter fossa pee you know what's right, the Akashic records are a compendium of all human events, thoughts, words, emotions and intentions that have ever occurred in the past, present or future. They are believed to be encoded in a non-physical plane of existence called the etheric plane.
There are anecdotal accounts but there is no scientific evidence of the existence of the Akashic records. What the hell? What then it doesn't exist on a physical plane. What does that mean? Yes, so well that I had to look it up. on Wikipedia even though there are more questions than answers, yes when you look at Wikipedia, but in ancient aliens they basically described it as a record of everything that ever existed, all your memories, all my memories, all everyone's memories, everything what ever existed, all its. all thoughts of your intense God everything is where we are all connected to a cosmic consciousness that is the collection of all our consciousnesses together, so that everything that you are experiencing enters into this cosmic consciousness that there are people who have tapped into the akashic records of God like meditate or you know they exist in them, what do they call it, um etheric plane that you can actually access at some point if you say I don't know who the person we have, they can get it. your Deepak Chopra, I don't know who can get there, someone has to be super out of themselves to get there, like elevate themselves, yeah, but I didn't know there was a word or it's like the library of humanity mm- hmm, that exists on a non-human plane of existence, what sigh server do you think is huge, how many terabytes, incredibly huge, billions of terabytes, literally, I mean, imagine, dude, every thought everyone has ever had, hmm, do you? how do you organize that?
Do you take advantage of that? Well, think about how big the universe is. Listen, here is my Akashic record, it's not even just human existence like all beings everywhere and everything in every universe. meditating one day and you're just getting there, you're out there, you're like really Levitt, like levitating your mind to a different place because you're meditating so cool, yeah, right, yeah, and you start to look really calm, you get the slap and you start to hear or see or you like to experience thoughts and you like how you know that that's where you are, that you're in the Akashic records and you're not just experiencing random thoughts that are in the you know, I feel like if you're close to experiencing the Akashic records You don't have questions, so what you're asking is fair enough, they just know you're saying, oh my God, what are these thoughts?
I know you're over it. I feel like it's one of those.

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that if once you get there, if you're the person who can get there, you know where you are, yeah that's what I'm saying, yeah, so on Wikipedia, is there any documentation of someone claiming I've reached it and won't speak in the evil mmm that's great buddy, speaking of meditation, can I do it Julian? Download call map today it's a great app that helps with guided meditation, mindfulness, sleep, it has something called daily calm, so you open the calm app on your phone, it's really cool, you just open it, okay , you press daily calm and you put in your airpods or your headphones, your wireless, whatever you listen to or you just play it through your iPhone speaker or whatever it is and it guides you through a mindfulness routine in the one where you can really, at least for me, center yourself, become aware of your thoughts and just separate your mind from everything that's going on in your life, whether it's work, relationships or what's going on. on your phone or what you have to do today or responsibilities or stress for the 10 minutes really and this is just the daily calm is just one of the

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that they offer they have a whole library of different activities 60 million people use them but of all modes For me, at least for those 10 minutes I can focus on my brain and enjoy my thoughts, and for me that is very powerful because I feel like I could go so many days,

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I wake up and I start to feel a little crazy and I feel like I'm losing myself, you know myself in ways to become more aware of what's going on in my head, so with the comma it's a really cool experience and true. now you guys can get 40% off the premium communications subscription when you go to calm calm CA LM comm slash Jenna Julianne. I highly recommend it. AlsoThey can try the free trial or the free version when they simply download the Calm app. a try, let us know what you think, highly recommended and also guys, read it.
It's an amazing daily newsletter that you can subscribe to and in five minutes you can read the biggest news of the day, good news, bad news, whatever it is. i'll give you the points of what's happening in the world that you better know so right now go to es ki mm that's two M's com / Jenna Julian or click the link in the description enter your email and click Subscribe and then You're done, it's completely free and all you have to do is open your email mask when it arrives in the morning, grab a cup of coffee and get informed, that's it, it's very easy to read , easy to digest, it is not complicated. with other things and opinions and this and that just gives you what you needso check it out and also when you subscribe to the skin newsletter you are now entered to win a $250 Visa gift card that you can spend wherever you want thank you sponsors thank you sponsors anyway the akashic record... that's intriguing to me mm- Hmm that reminds me of your interstellar clock, yes I saw it with you, oh I remember if I saw you, but do you remember when spoilers are okay when they are?
He's like traveling through space and time, and he comes to it as what it is. it's like inside the closet or something, you know what I mean looking at it and he's like there's all these different dimensions around him? That's what I imagine, the Akashic records, that's what popped up in my brain when you described it well, yeah, and I mean. According to some of this it's also like not only what happened in the past but what will happen in the future makes sense, yes some of it is not entirely clear, it's like a synergy of what could happen.
It's like you're tapping into a radio frequency of almost whatever, but I mean I'm reading some very confusing stuff because I think it's a confusing topic, you know, because no one knows, so it's all what everyone thinks, so that I see there. a lot of language which is like how you access your Akashic records, which would be like all your lives and all your thoughts and all your intentions and that for supplies I guess your soul has lived before and will live again. you're accessing something that's personalized to you, you mean? I think the definition of this is like a total cosmic totality of everyone's consciousness, sure, even animals and anything sentient, yes, but the basic idea is that everyone has their own, every being would have one no, I think it's just a thought, maybe people have an individual Akashic record and there is a bigger one, I don't know, yeah, what do you know why it has that name? um, I mean, I know it's not, maybe it was.
It's funny where it came from, but that's super interesting. Well, it's a Sanskrit word for ether sky or atmosphere, that's cool, okay. Next up, soul, the panels on the moon aren't looking down and seem disinterested, it's a good time. Are you ready? Yes, did you understand? this information aliens: Yeah, no, when I see something on ancient aliens and you know they'd like to cover it and I think I want to read a little bit more about it, I'll just go Google it, that's what a phone is. is exactly like this, this comes from the NASA website or something that looks like NASA, I know it's bubble gum, so, yeah, okay, this is the concept of the Moon ring.
Electrical energy from the Moon's ring generated by a belt of solar cells around the lunar equator could be transmitted and transmitted to Earth from the near side of the Moon. Yeah, so this is a real thing and I think it was a Japanese construction company that was seriously considering. Well, I'll worry. I'll read this and tell you what. I know that Shimizu Corporation and the Japanese construction company recently proposed this shim and I don't know what year it was published, but recently every time it is published, a plan to harness solar energy on a larger scale than almost any previously proposed concept is published , his ambiguous plan.
It involves a belt of solar cells around the Moon's 6,800-mile or 11,000-kilometer equator that converts electricity into powerful microwaves and lasers to be transmitted to Earth and ultimately converting the rays back into electricity or in terrestrial power plants or power plants. terrestrials, the lunar concept. the company says they could meet the entire world's energy needs. Shitty robots would play the main role in building the lunar ring. tella operated 24 hours a day from the ground the robots would be operated tella from the ground to level the lunar landscape and assemble machines and equipment in orbit before they land on the moon a team of astronauts would support the robots on site due to the enormous amount of solar panels and other materials needed for the project lunar resources would be used to the greatest extent possible water could be produced near the equator by reducing lunar soil with hydrogen imported from Earth, lunar resources would also be used to manufacture cementing material and concrete, while solar thermal treatments could help produce bricks, fiberglass and structural materials needed for the project.
The lunar ring itself would initially be a few kilometers wide, but could extend up to 400 kilometers wide, the electrical power generated by the solar cells would be transmitted via electrical cables to transmission facilities on the near side of the Moon, while that it would be constantly facing the Earth after the electricity was converted into microwave beams and laser beams, antennas 20 kilometers in diameter would transmit the energy to receivers on Earth, a guidance radio beacon would ensure accurate transmission to the receivers. I'm just trying to read this as really viable or not or if they're really moving forward with it or what, oh.
Yeah, whatever, okay, but the idea is that we're dealing with some energy problems, yeah, some renewable resource problems and climate problems, this basically proposes a way to transmit unlimited clean energy to the Earth from the Moon because the Luna always receives sunlight and lots of it. The light from the sun is brighter and much better than what the Earth receives because they have no atmosphere. Oh, and they just pass it on to us. That was my question. Why do they have better? That's crazy. Thinking about remotely operating robots from the Earth to the Moon is responsible.
Okay, so imagine they build this right and in about 150 years the Earth has now run 100 percent on the moon's diffractive energy refracted by the Sun, right? And there's a problem, imagine being the tech support guy responsible for programming the robot. solve any problem and all that, the only thing that depends on it is all the energy of the Earth, like that it's crazy to me, it's cool to think about it, although it's true, like anyone just transmits the energy and so you say you mentioned . something about converting energy back into usable electricity, so think about how many people have solar panels, like California is a state that will give you what taxes, the obscure tax deductions if you're using a house that has solar panels, that kind of thing .
They are encouraging people to have solar panels, but the problem with solar panels is even in California, which is a very sunny place, you still have cloudy days, you still have night, you know, there are still times when your solar panel He doesn't serve you. any power if you put it in a place where it becomes constant, really all the time, all the time, whereas in theory you could have enough power to feed the entire world, you know where I see that being more realistic is like If I could imagine that reading something about this in the future actually happening is not a way for everyone to get their energy from the moon, but rather a premium energy subscription that only the super rich could afford to get energy like a handful. of solar panels on the moon or the ones that were in outer space, right, that's terrible, it's not that scary, but that's not something I can imagine, like they think you're sizing the corporation right, but also like you're not they could climb completely. immediately serve everyone so only the elite can afford it or something and there's only the super rich people who get it from the moon, yeah, imagine that's crazy, that's super interesting, although true, the belt of panels, just the one you described on the moon, that would go around the entire moon like it was a kind of ring. hmm and every second some energy is absorbed hmm, that's cool, imagine what the moon would look like with that thing on it, it would have a fancy belt, so cute, so cute, it would look so cute at night with this little boat that's like trip me up thinking about it, yeah, BAM anyway, I thought it was really cool.
I like that one and I mean, I don't know how viable it is or how seriously they're doing it, but I do know. that's a theory that exists and I think that's a really cool theory like what a brilliant thought is brilliant and then here I'm sitting on this but I'm sitting on this like what am I contributing to humanity except a giant who never-? end the distraction, you're welcome, okay, seriously, I like staying awake at night, sometimes I think I'm just contributing to the cultural distraction of a terrible person, okay, the next thing I have is a Wikipedia where the demons of the Japanese water people are called Gappa, this is straight from Wikipedia, a kappa or river boy, also known as Kawa taro, he ki mm-hmm Oh Kawa taro is a river boy, he ki is a polar horse, kaltura is a river tiger and Sui Co or water tiger is an amphibious yokai demon or imp found in traditional I.
Like, there are a lot of imps in the Elder Scrolls found in traditional jet fuels. When you make Tarkov jokes found in traditional Japanese folklore, they are usually depicted as green, human-like beings with webbed hands and feet. The green one has a turtle-like shell with horns on its back, okay, here's the most interesting part: it prepares a depression in its head called a plate or sara that retains water and if this is damaged or liquid is lost, either By spilling or drying, the Kappa is severely weakened, so it is more or less a bowl of water.
It's a bowl of water, so to defeat it you say peach, you're thirsty because the water rocks it even the bowl of water, oh my god, okay, why is it called a demon? or why is it a will listen, okay, sorry, Kappa are known to prefer young cucumbers. and cute, I would love to participate in the fun of sumo wrestling. They are often accused of assaulting humans in water and extracting a mythical organ called I'm trying really hard Shiri Kodama from the victims of him eNOS oh, so it goes to the butt mm-hmm. What is a mythical organ there?
I guess they have talent. I want aliens from Incheon. That's where I saw them. They talk even though they had a beak. People used to tell their children to stay away from water because there is kapa. in them and they say: I'm fine. I'm going to take your ekodama cigar from you. Now you remember and then they do THINGS IN THE EXTREME, but they say, oh, hey doctor, you know I'm ethical. Oregon, it really hurts. to have some medicine for that appearance just think that self-learning the mythical word Oregon the Kappa is said to be approximately informed and child-sized humanoid that inhabits the ponds and rivers of Japan is typically greenish or yellow-blue in color in any of its scales. or slimy-skinned with webbed hands and feet and a turtle-like shell on its back, a particular feature is that a cavity in its head retains water or some type of liquid that is considered the source of the power or life force of Kappas, this cavity must be filled every time a Kappa is away from water if it ever dries up or spills the water Kappa loses its power and may even die.
Kappa are sometimes said to smell like fish and can swim like them, according to some accounts. Their arms are connected to each other through the torso and can slide from side to side so that the arms can rotate. Look carefully, they are mainly aquatic creatures. They sometimes venture onto land when they do. The plate on their head can be covered with a metal cap for protection a metal cap metal cap behavior Kappa are generally seen as mysterious troublemakers or trickster figures yeah they don't sound direct at all mmm these cunning ones their actions range from comparatively minor like looking for women's kimonos mmm no no no to outright malevolence, such as drowning people or animals, kidnapping children, raping women and sometimes eating human flesh, oh, those who sometimes threaten him, can also behave friendly to humans, thanks peach, here is a whole section on cucumber, popular beliefs claim that cucumber is its traditional.
A favorite festival food, cucumber offerings are often made to the Kappa. Sometimes it is saidthat the Kappa have other favorite foods, such as Japanese eggplant, soba, fermented soybeans, kabocha sushi. In old Edo Tokyo there used to be a tradition where people would write the names of their relatives with cucumbers and send them afloat into streams to appease the Kappa and prevent harm to the family. In the stream regions themselves, it was customary to eat cucumbers before swimming as an action, but in others it was believed that this act guaranteed an attack, yes, that would not make you smell and taste like a cucumber, so they would love you well, this is cool, get this, a cucumber filled sushi roll is known as Kappa Maki, oh my gosh, I think I've actually seen that name. on the menus there you go because Tuna Rolls Tekka Maki Oh YUM fun like water monsters Kappa have been blamed for drownings and it is often said that they try to lure people into the water and lure them with their great wrestling skills family wrestling Sumo wrestling is sometimes said to take their victims in order to drink their blood, eat their livers, gain powers by taking their Sheree Sheree Kodama, a mythical ball said to contain the soul found within a tiss, has been used to warn children about the dangers of lurking in rivers and lakes, as it has often been said that Kappa tries to lure people into the water to attract them, even today the scientific warning about Kappa appeared in bodies of water in some Japanese cities and towns as if there were literally an image of a child getting into it.
Stopped, imagine visiting your kids and being like what's going on at this lake, so I was wondering what it would look like. This drawing makes it look like a fish. There are other images that you can, you can Wikipedia on your own. How big are they? How big are they? Did you already say I know, I forget about Toppy or child size? Okay, it's also said that the cap victimizes guys, especially horses and cows. The motif of the Kappa trying to drown a horse is found throughout Japan. buh-buh-buh-buh-buh Oh defeat the Kappa, okay, here's a picture you can see of BUTT STUFF with the soldier, oh yeah, there you go, they were believed to be a way to escape if one got away.
He was facing a Kappa. The Kappa are obsessed with courtesy, so if a person bows deeply, they will return the gesture, this results in the Kappa spilling the water contained in the plate over their head, which prevents them from leaving the bowing position until that the dish will be refilled with water from the river it lives in if a person refills it, the Kappa will serve that person for all eternity. The Kappa's similar weakness involves his arms which can be easily torn from his body if one arm is detached, the Kappa will perform favors or share knowledge in exchange for his return, tell me your secrets.
Kappa, another method of overcoming defeat, involves shogi or sumo wrestling. A Kappa will sometimes challenge a human being to fight or participate in other tests of skill, here you go Julian, this tendency is easily used to encourage the Kappa to spill water from their Sarah, a notable example of this. method is the folktale of a farmer who promised his daughter's hand in marriage to a Kappa in exchange for the creature watering his land. What the hell is that father who a farmer's daughter challenges the Kappa to submerge several pumpkins in water when the Kappa fails in his task he retreats saving the farmer's daughter from the Kappa marriage I too have been distanced from his aversion to iron , sesame or ginger oh, I like ginger, okay, here are some good actions.
Humans, once befriended, Kappa can perform any number of tasks for humans, such as helping farmers irrigate their land. Sometimes they bring fresh fish, which is considered a sign of good luck for the family receiving it. They also have great knowledge about medicine and Legend has it that they are taught the art of setting bones to humans. What I want to know is how they are underwater most of the time. They can come out, but they are underwater most of the time. How is it done? sumo wrestling underwater and if you do it right somewhere else, you don't land, you can't beat them because they put the damn metal cap on your head and they can't, you can't get the water out, take the cap off, it's a sumo cap. metal is like a tank mm-hmm that's super crazy seems to be very similar I don't know as known in Japanese culture because of my shows on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 Leonardo Michelangelo Donatello and Raphael are mistaken for capital when you're teleported back in time to feudal Japan in no way is it that real it's real in a movie yes, but that movie is a documentary I thought oh yeah, it's a document ok, are you ready for the last one? yeah yeah hit me hit me hit me which one really sent me on a fun ride ok so your girl was looking at nikola tesla's personal life on

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Ok, boy, is this a good time? You want it, you want to hear a portrait of a man. I give you a portrait of the personal life of a Tesla man. He was six feet tall and two inches tall and weighed one hundred and forty-two pounds with almost no variation in weight between 1888 and about 1926. His appearance was described by newspaper editor Arthur Brisbane as being almost the tallest, almost the thinnest and certainly the most serious man who goes to Delmonico's regularly. He was an elegant and elegant figure, an elegant figure in New York City, meticulous in his grooming and regimented attire in his daily activities and appearance which he maintained as his business relationship progressed, he was also described as light-handed u light eyes, very large hands and noticeably large thumbs.
Tesla read many works, memorized incomplete books and supposedly possessed a photographic memory, he was a polygon who spoke eight languages, various creations Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian and Latin. Tesla recounted in his autobiography that he experienced detailed moments of inspiration during his early life. Tesla was repeatedly affected by illness. I remember all that, but that's not the good part. I'm getting to the good part. scientific skills, he once said in his early years that he felt he could never be worthy enough for a woman who considered women superior in every way, okay, I'm on board, ready, I'm on board Tesla, before wishing that his opinion had begun to influence.
Years later, when he felt that women were trying to surpass men and become more dominant, this quote from New Woman was met with much indignation from Tesla, who felt that women were losing their femininity by trying to be in power in an interview with the Galveston Daily News on August 10, 1924 stated that in place of the soft-spoken, gentle woman of my reverent adoration has come the woman who thinks that her main success and her life lies in looking like the as possible to man in dress, voice, actions and sporting achievements of all kinds. The tendency of women to sideline men, supplanting the old spirit of cooperation with him in all matters of life, is very disappointing to me, although in later years she told a journalist that she sometimes felt that at Not getting married hadn't accomplished much.
It was a great sacrifice for his work. Tesla decided never to seek or enter into any known relationship, but rather he found all the stimulation he needed in his work. Tesla was antisocial and prone to withdrawing into his work; However, when he became involved in social life, many people talked. positively and admiring Lee of Tesla Robert Underwood Johnson described him as distinguished with sweetness sincerity modesty refinement generosity in vigor I'm trying to get to the good part something good there are some good things here give me a second hit me with that part it's a good time in the one who was stimulated by his work, Tesla could be harsh at times and openly express his distaste for overweight people, such as when he fired his secretary because of her weight, he was quick to criticize clothing on several occasions, Tesla ordered us to Let's go home and change our clothes When Thomas Edison died in 1931 Tesla contributed the only negative opinion to the New York Times buried in extensive coverage of Edison's life This is what he wrote He had no hobbies nor cared about any kind Without taking into account the most basic rules of hygiene, his method was extremely ineffective, since you had to cover an immense amount of ground to get something, unless blind chance intervened, and at first I was almost a pitiful witness their actions, knowing only a little. theory and calculus would have saved him 90% of the work, oh my goodness, but he had a real varying disdain for book learning and mathematical knowledge, trusting completely to his inventor's instinct and his toxic, American practicality. oh my goodness, the sleeping habits Tesla claimed he never slept more than two hours a night, yet he admitted that he snoozed from time to time to recharge his batteries during his second year of study at Gras.
Tesla developed a passionate mastery of billiards, chess and card games, sometimes spending more than 48 hours in his stretch at a card table my boy was the game you know what I say on one occasion in his laboratory Tesla worked for an 84-hour period without rest Kenna's Swasey a journalist Tesla had befriended confirmed that Tesla rarely slept, he recalled one morning Tesla called him at 3:00 a.m. m. I was sleeping in my room like a dead person, suddenly the phone rang and woke me up, he just never sleeps, he worked every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. m. to 6 p.m. m. or later with dinner at exactly 8:10 p.m. at the Delmonico restaurant and later at the Waldorf Astoria hotel, Tesla would telephone his dinner order to the head waiter, he would also be the only one who would serve him the food had to be ready at 8 o'clock, he dined alone, except in the rare occasions when he would give a group a dinner to fulfill his social obligations, then Tesla would resume work until 3:00 a.m.
To do exercise. Tesla walked ten miles a day once when he curled his toes 100 times per foot each night, saying it stimulated his brain cells toe curls high curls what the heck toe curls for girls girls like them strong toes she was a player he loved women until he hated them yeah, I've never been with one I want to try it, because if that stimulates his brain. It probably works fine, yes, but so does never sleeping and there's a part about him getting sick a lot, yes, which probably has to do with the fact that he never sleeps or likes to do anything other than walk and eat at Delmonico's at 8 p.m.
Julian, no, I just curled my toe and he was like a low-key idiot, huh, Heike's penis skin he put on Thomas Edison's butt, oh my god, horrible, it's so easy, cells like what it is unnecessary. What's going on with you, my boy? boy my boy just take a nap my boy boy is dead buddy just let it go like take that for a

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or two my boy if you don't have anything nice to say about Thomas Edison considered just not saying anything at all Omg yes he was a player but he was toxic he was a toxic guy he's a toxic player who didn't sleep they had no time for women except to tell her to go home and change her dress, walking ten miles a day only one person can do. him at Delmonico's that's so wild right, yeah that was real, he was a real personality, 142 pounds, you live like that guy, he was just too busy.
I mean, we're all grateful for all the things he's contributed to us, so I'm talking about you. live your life however you have to live it to be able to have all those thoughts so it's a cool thing yeah as men we're not going to forget what you did guys you made my boy Tom very dirty he was the one first toxic player, the first. always toxic player that's who you are toxic yeah terrible that's so crazy and interesting like what to think that's wild I just like reading stuff like that because I'm like wow okay I should start with Wikipedia because I was really interested in everything You mentioned that well , thanks, but I mean, I think it was rather interesting, why do you think I sit and look up all the time?
How do you think my brain is filled with the worst stupid information from Dominus? Many rooms cannot be opened. I keep putting stupid things in there. I can not stop. Sometimes I just leave it empty. Okay thanks. So I want to. I can listen to myself at a very low dose. Now it was very fun. We had another segment. but we will do it in another episode, yeah, for me it was really cool. I love the idea of ​​just getting lost and Wikipedia. Everything I did is great. What is it? The library, the records of Akasha Akashic.
That one is crazy mm-hmm. That's the one that will keep me up at night. I wish I was thinking about that when I try to fall asleep. Great, it will be difficult to fall asleep. It's already hard for me to fall asleep. Well, not falling asleep. Falling asleep. but don't worry anyway guys, thanks for another year of really great

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