Joe Rogan Experience #610 - Brian Cox

  • Published on Feb 10, 2015
  • Professor Brian Cox is an English physicist and Professor of Particle Physics in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester in the UK. His BBC science comedy show/podcast "Infinite Monkey Cage" with comedian Robin Ince will be touring the US during the spring of 2015.
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Comments • 5 598

    GEORGIE GEO 5 hours ago

    Joe! You're missing his point. OY!

    GEORGIE GEO 5 hours ago

    Uhh, all they have to do, Brian Cox, is have your voice narrating and half a million people will listen to YOU read the phone book.

  • Bit Finesse
    Bit Finesse 9 hours ago

    I love God. I looooooove religion. It’s so great. It allows you to identify people who don’t spend much time thinking about stuff. And they willingly label themselves with this identity. It’s really helpful. Then you can decide if you want to play with them or stay away from them. Not always true but as a guideline, not bad. Not bad at all.
    “I like my nazis in uniform... I bet after the war you’re gonna take that thing off, aren’t ya...”

  • Chris W
    Chris W 9 hours ago

    I can't stand Joe rogans voice. He is a government brainwashing agent

  • Lars Rye Jeppesen
    Lars Rye Jeppesen 14 hours ago

    Hyper Novas... ok

  • BoxEx
    BoxEx 21 hour ago

    3 daaayssssssss ish

  • Happyradish18
    Happyradish18 Day ago

    Very old video but don't fuck with online voting. Or soon people won't get a free paid day off to go vote.

  • Jake Nicholson
    Jake Nicholson Day ago

    joe : i like this movie
    brian: idk i dont really like that one
    joe: yea its not that good


  • Cody Campbell
    Cody Campbell 2 days ago

    'i dont know string theory' - BC... the one thing

  • Drastic Dzastr
    Drastic Dzastr 2 days ago

    London hammer throws this logic out the window

  • Michael Beringer
    Michael Beringer 2 days ago

    Block Chain Tech, where you can publicly check your vote would at least be a start.

  • Reuben Hollebon
    Reuben Hollebon 3 days ago

    10 is as close to infinity as 11

  • Colonel Angus
    Colonel Angus 4 days ago

    Monkey flips over a cowpie, finds out that with just a little water he can simulate monkey shit that can be applied to typewriter keys. Brian Cox surmised this would happen, Hit the monkey over the head and took the cowpie back to his terrarium.

  • Colonel Angus
    Colonel Angus 4 days ago

    Universe where the monkey that shits on typewriter keys whilst writing Shakespeare actually lives in Monte Carlo, that's a theory

  • Colonel Angus
    Colonel Angus 4 days ago

    old movie Day the Earth Stood Still 1952
    the spaceman finds a boarding house and moves in.
    Theres a lady and her son that live there and that day the lady goes out on a date and leaves her little boy trusting the spaceman to watch him

  • Kat
    Kat 5 days ago

    Why does the footage of Brian look like it was filmed 20 years ago?
    "Sup freak bitches it's ya boy Joe Rogan, it's 2015 and I'm here with my good friend Brian Cox who just flew in from 1997, Brian how ya doin man?"
    "Oh I'm good Joe, just a little fuzzy"

  • Lee Fraser
    Lee Fraser 7 days ago +2

    Kardashians; simple apes talking about shiny things.

  • RA MO
    RA MO 7 days ago +1

    When Brian talks he's always between smiling and bursting out .

  • F And
    F And 7 days ago

    He looks like Tom Cruise

  • She-Ra Princess of Power

    I don't know how truly intelligent people like Cox manage to stay polite with good humour when interacting with someone with a subpar high schooler mentality like Joe. Oh, and Joe, the pioneers' wagons were usually pulled by oxen or mules; not horses.

  • ted pierce
    ted pierce 8 days ago

    Mainstream science is entirely materialistic and denies the existence of beings which are not physical; not only that, but is foolish enough to think that 'Artificially Intelligent' self replicating machines could be considered to be living. This thinking is leading us in the wrong direction.

  • Seraphim401
    Seraphim401 8 days ago

    This was a real conversation.
    Better than when Neil is on.

  • BlueRyder
    BlueRyder 8 days ago +2

    I know i'm late for this party but I just wanted to say, the BBC is probably one of the most important things that happened when it comes to knowledge sharing. In the 80s/90s BBC started exporting their educational shows to other countries. In Portugal we got the BBC with subtitles, so we got to listen to Sir David Attenborough talk about all kinds of interesting things, while at the same time learning english from the subtitles. This was so impactful that even to this day people here still refer to educational tv shows as BBC, regardless of what network airs the show.

  • Andre Jaar
    Andre Jaar 8 days ago

    im a Coder, kisses back Joe hahahaha

  • Chris From The Sticks
    Chris From The Sticks 10 days ago

    the cosmic ray partial would be like every single human on the planet taking a 1000 ton sledge hammer and smashing it into the ground a billion times, each, in a fraction of a second... if not more, to produce the energy needed to make that single partial, behave like it does... that's my take on what he's thinking. cool stuff

  • saltyragequit 123
    saltyragequit 123 10 days ago

    about infinite monkeys ~26:00 maybe it is impossible - because monkey just don't press random keys (like computer for example), maybe there are some keys they don't press at all, or rarely press - so maybe all monkeys die from old age

    • saltyragequit 123
      saltyragequit 123 10 days ago

    • saltyragequit 123
      saltyragequit 123 10 days ago

      they brain is not workin that way (to press random keys) - he will always fail

    • saltyragequit 123
      saltyragequit 123 10 days ago


    • saltyragequit 123
      saltyragequit 123 10 days ago

      im assuming he is pressing one or fiew keys at the time because if he just "hitting" keybord it cant be sustained as writed text, for words, sentences, because they are spaced in different parts in keyboard

    • saltyragequit 123
      saltyragequit 123 10 days ago

      they biology do not not allow for it

  • joanna drozdz
    joanna drozdz 10 days ago +1

    Great show I really like it, but it would be even better if you could go easier on cursing..,.this way we could share in with the younger population. We can all agree they need a solid education and someone who can give them a good example how to behave and express themselves in more elegant and intelligent way.

  • Luke Bell
    Luke Bell 10 days ago

    Every podcast I imagine joe with a big perm on his head and bright red lip stick, and a big set of tits

  • Anon Myous
    Anon Myous 13 days ago +1

    Joe is a democrat spy, pushing nwo agenda. There’s a reason why all companies and governments keep important physical documentation, so that they can’t get hacked and so they don’t lose their information.

    • Anon Myous
      Anon Myous 13 days ago

      Ballots only no electronics!

  • Simon Farmer
    Simon Farmer 15 days ago

    Headphones will never catch on

  • Sean Hazlett
    Sean Hazlett 15 days ago

    I don't know why he is surprised that when you ask teenagers what they want to be when they grow up they say they want to be famous.
    Famous people are in the public eye and have lots of money and normally have high sexual value too...Why wouldn't you want to be famous when this is what they are exposed to.

  • rhys bowen
    rhys bowen 15 days ago +2

    It was after watching this i sat down with my kids and watcned footage of the apollo moon landings up to curiosity footage on mars. Amazed me that not only had i never thought to watch these with my kids but just how fascinated they were with mars and space in general.

  • Anders Öhlund
    Anders Öhlund 16 days ago

    Ex Machina IS an amazing movie

  • Carol Spillman
    Carol Spillman 16 days ago

    Sorry but the probability of a monkey typing the works of shakespeare is zero. Even in an infinate universe. Because although there is a likelihood that there is other life out there, we don't know what forms of life or whether there will be humans or monkeys. We also may be the only planet with life. Even in an infinite universe.

  • Gene jordan
    Gene jordan 17 days ago +3

    2:38:26... reference to Ex Machina before US release .......PRICELESS!

  • Matthew Coulter
    Matthew Coulter 17 days ago

    Brian Cox: From the protons perspective time passes normally but distances are squashed.
    Joe Rogan: How worried are you about artificial life? Because I want to tell you about this technological caterpillar theory I came up with.

  • ハンナ
    ハンナ 18 days ago

    I am thankful that I can just listen to these two yap away in my kitchen. Thanks technology. Am gonna read more !

  • Pusfilth
    Pusfilth 18 days ago +1


  • Stormbringer_777
    Stormbringer_777 20 days ago

    Holy fuck rogan has ears! 😂
    Who'd ah known

  • 0121neil1
    0121neil1 20 days ago

    What if we evolved from the bacteria on an aliens shit, he left behind before he abandoned this once Barren outcrop

  • 0121neil1
    0121neil1 20 days ago

    the typing thing was tried with a few monkeys and a few keyboards for a while ! And one typed :chumbawumba "I get knocked down"

  • ed blair
    ed blair 22 days ago

    Most everything is a debate. New discoveries happen everyday that raise questions. It is most all theory based on dating we know is suspect.

  • ThisGuyfj
    ThisGuyfj 23 days ago

    Didn't know James Blunt was smart bro damn

  • Richard Woo
    Richard Woo 23 days ago

    Cox is a remain tosser

  • Jimbodiah
    Jimbodiah 23 days ago

    Joe and his porno-tech...

  • Steven
    Steven 23 days ago

    It could be interesting now before your election about the Swedish social culturar projeckt.

  • Steven
    Steven 23 days ago

    You should interjuv me. i can tell u the uncensored story of the swedis culture and how if was to been born in this socialistic land and its turns out, starting 1979. And the hiding of smoking marijuana. zero policy, highest death in drugs per capita is you see statistict in EU. And now the new sweden after the migration wave that make the swedis "Kommuner" goes down and shutting down medicialcare like babycare .babys are born in cars before is to long to a Hostpital 150km/93miles. And there a lot to that story to. like why we as swedes accept it!

  • Trevar Gerken
    Trevar Gerken 26 days ago

    He’s talking bout the bbc. How bout pbs? In the US?

  • MrMereum
    MrMereum 26 days ago

    we need to learn how to communicate across dimensions

  • Joey DiLuigi
    Joey DiLuigi 27 days ago

    The difference between 2015 and 2019 is crazy. Joe is so jacked up and excited right now. Maybe because he's not used to meeting his heroes yet, but its tough to watch at first. Joe you come a long way, brother.

  • Eddie Byrne
    Eddie Byrne 29 days ago

    I was in college , work and play sports and all that time ive played computer games , if brian wasn't in the chair , joe would be banging on about how great games are .

  • LithaMoonSong
    LithaMoonSong Month ago +2

    We need to ask Brian Cox if dark energy is collective conscience... cool idea.

  • Todd Secor
    Todd Secor Month ago

    Wow this is an amazing discussion.

  • Slathe 37
    Slathe 37 Month ago

    Fuckin turns out Shakespeare had a ghostwriter who was a chimp😂😂😂

  • George
    George Month ago +1

    "Frodo you are my brother!"
    Love that famous quote thanks Joe.

  • George
    George Month ago +2

    "that's not known, but I must admit I don't know that"...

  • Sea Winds
    Sea Winds Month ago

    That man can put me to sleep in seconds

  • Peder Hansen
    Peder Hansen Month ago

    back when joe couldn`t stfu and let the guest spread knowledge

  • Myles D
    Myles D Month ago

    Joe has aged a lot in the last 4 years wow

  • stephen welby-jenkins

    the greatest dummy is president 🤦‍♂️