Joe Rogan Questions Everything

UFC commentator Joe Rogan is a longtime stand-up comedian and actor, and if you’ve ever listened to his podcast, seen his stand up routines, or followed him on Twitter, you’re aware of his affinity towards conspiracies and mysteries of the world.

Well, he’s taking that passion to television this year, bringing a show to the SyFy network with a working title of “Joe Rogan Questions Everything.” Here’s the official description for the program:

“Life-long unexplained paranormal mystery-addict Joe Rogan ventures into unknown worlds and untapped territories to search for answers to life’s most startling theories. Having explored these questions for years on his podcast, Joe now takes his journey to the next level, traveling the country and knocking on any door necessary to find the truth. In his own unique and inquisitive style, Joe will stop at nothing to quench his curiosity for the unknown.”

The show is expected to premier on Tuesday, July 16 at 9PM ET.

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  1. Re: episode 1 of “. . . “Questions Everything”:

    All the “best” phisical evidence of bigfoot I have *ever* seen, including in this episode, is obviously fake. You only need to know what to look for to see:

    1. a. In the clip of “bigfoot” walking across the open area in front of a forest, the gluteals show no movement or bulging. For an upright biped, especially one that large, these, the most powerful muscles in the body, are necessary to hold it erect and keep it from twisting and teetering, and they lift the leg back and sideways. They bulge when pushing off, and stretch when the leg is extended forward.

    1.b. For a slouching, upright biped, as shown, they would do even more work with greater difficulty, along with the back muscles. These back muscles are also needed for erectness, and erectness is their *default position* for most purposes, all else being less efficient. The slouching walk cannot be normal for any upright biped. Anatomical principles and physical laws do not change from one specie to another.

    1.c. There is nothing required for a smoothe walk that a human cannot do. Watch the guards at the Tomb of the Unkowns, anyone wearing boots or high heels, and Groucho Marx (who often walked with even more spread than “bigfoot’s” walk, and straight-backed).

    2. All the footprint castings showing toes, I have ever seen, are obviously fake, because all show one kind of shoe distortion or another — bunion enlargement, compressed toes, et al. These cannot happen to an habitually bare foot, because Toes are the best anatomical aparatus for walking and running on soil and sand, and work best when spread widely (see Sully’s feet in the movie “Avatar”).

    GS

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