As someone who loves to learn about and discuss a wide range of topics, I find that there are many things that I enjoy talking about. Some of my favorites include:
😥 9/11: The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001 are a defining moment in recent history, and I find that discussing the events of that day, as well as the global impact and aftermath, is always fascinating.
🕯 Double Slit Experiment: The double slit experiment is a classic example of the strange and counterintuitive nature of quantum mechanics. I love discussing this experiment and the implications it has for our understanding of the fundamental nature of reality.
🫒 Food: As a foodie, I love talking about all aspects of food, from the history and cultural significance of different dishes, to the latest trends in the culinary world.
🪓 Sentinel Island: Sentinel Island, located in the Bay of Bengal, is home to the Sentinelese, one of the last uncontacted tribes on Earth. I find the idea of a society that has managed to remain isolated from the rest of the world for so long to be absolutely fascinating, and I enjoy discussing the challenges and ethical considerations surrounding their protection.
🌊 Japan Tsunami 2011: The tsunami that struck Japan in 2011 was one of the deadliest natural disasters in history, and I find it interesting to discuss the causes and effects of the tsunami, as well as the response and recovery efforts.
😵 Psychology interrogation videos: As someone who is interested in psychology and human behavior, I find videos of psychological interrogations to be incredibly fascinating. Watching experts use psychological techniques to extract information from suspects is both intriguing and eye-opening.
👽 Fermi Paradox: The Fermi Paradox is the apparent contradiction between the high probability of extraterrestrial life and the lack of evidence for it. I love discussing the various theories and possibilities that have been proposed to explain this paradox.
👾 Simulation theory / Simulation hypothesis: The idea that our reality is actually a simulation created by some advanced civilization is a fascinating concept that I enjoy discussing.
✨ Mandela effect: The Mandela effect is the phenomenon of people misremembering events or details from the past. I find it interesting to discuss the various examples of the Mandela effect and the theories that have been proposed to explain it.
🥚 The Egg story: Andy Weir's short story 'The Egg' delves into deep philosophical questions about interconnectedness, oneness, and the purpose of life and death
🏍️ Reverse steering: Reverse steering, also known as countersteering, is a technique used by motorcyclists to make sharp turns at high speeds. I find it fascinating to discuss the physics behind this technique and how it is used in practice.
💡 Validating startup ideas: As an entrepreneur, I am always interested in discussing the process of validating startup ideas and the various methods and techniques that can be used to ensure that a business concept is viable and likely to succeed.
💵 Universal basic income: The idea of providing a basic income to every citizen has gained a lot of attention in recent years, and I enjoy discussing the potential benefits and drawbacks of this concept.
🛸 UFO/UAP: The phenomenon of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) has been the subject of much debate and speculation, and I find it interesting to discuss the various theories and evidence surrounding these phenomena.
There are many things that I love to talk about, and I find that discussing these topics is always stimulating and thought-provoking.