Joe Rogan Experience #1003 – Sean Carroll

Sean Carroll is a cosmologist and physics professor specializing in dark energy and general relativity. He is a research professor in the Department of Physics at the California Institute of Technology. Check out his books and more of his work at

24 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1003 – Sean Carroll

  1. First saw Sean on Sixty Symbols talking QM liked him right away. After seeing this PC, I have a whole new level of appreciation and admiration for him. Thank you for bringing us such interesting guests Joe Rogan.

  2. Interestingly, the man that predicted the Big Bang Theory was Father Georges Lamaitre, a Belgian Roman Catholic Priest. The Big Bang was given as a possible way that "God" could have created everything in a single instant. Atheists that believe in that theory are professing a belief in Christianity.

  3. I like that Joe has a diverse range of guests on his show and he should keep it that way. That said, I think it'd be awesome if a higher proportion of them were scientists. In a world where there are so many scientifically misguiding outlets, Joe has the platform and skills to elevate mainstream curiosity and knowledge.

  4. Why , if you fire just one electron / photon at a time does it not always hit the same spot . Why if they are fired from one spot do they hit many spots . Even when fired one at time and observed why do they not just hit the same one spot every time ? Even when observed you get two vertical lines . Why do they not hit the same spot particularly when observed .

  5. There was a minute physics video that once described the Big Bang in a really interesting way. Don't think of it as a bang, but more of an "Everywhere Stretch". Because all of space was created in that instant, and then it stretched outwards very rapidly.

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