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  • Hello Internet.

  • When's the next Q&A with Grey? -Discord21337

  • Right now!

  • What opinion have you held for a time and then changed radically? -desvirtuado

  • Well, as mentioned the first time I talked about changing your mind,

  • This is always hard to discuss

  • because the specifics are often quite personal.

  • But the biggest non-personal thing I've changed my opinion on is

  • breakfast.

  • I used to believe breakfast was absolutely vital -

  • not just believe it -

  • I had evidence that skipping, nay even

  • delaying breakfast ruined everything.

  • But as I've tried to get healthier

  • slowly and inconsistently,

  • I've experimented with various things and the one that shocked me the most is

  • breakfast is bulls**t.

  • After an admittedly rough adjustment period,

  • my body no longer needed breakfast,

  • and it's hard to describe

  • just how much of a huge quality-of-life improvement this has been.

  • Simplifying my normal morning routine

  • and making early travel days easier.

  • While I'll still eat breakfast sometimes,

  • particularly on vacations,

  • because it's clearly the best of the three -

  • (seven) -

  • meals, it's no longer the necessary part of life I thought it was.

  • What do you want people to remember you for 500 years from now? -Coolie2

  • I don't want to be remembered,

  • I want to be alive.

  • What is the most frivolous item you own? -ClenchtheHenchBench

  • Man, that is a good question

  • that had me looking up exactly what "frivolous" means:

  • Not having purpose or value.

  • So, a thing I own which has neither purpose nor value.

  • I'm not really sure anything I own fits that description,

  • but I'll keep looking for you.

  • If you have an idea in the shower without phone or notebook present, what do you do? -Hoepla

  • (Shower sounds)

  • Hey Siri!

  • Hey Siri!

  • (Siri pings)

  • Make a note;

  • must not forget

  • million - nay, billion dollar idea

  • (Siri pings)

  • Nice weather coming up for Paradise, Nevada, United States.

  • (Grey groans)

  • What do you think of jazz? -Maxim_Potashov

  • Jazz is opposite of everything I like in music.

  • I want music to have patterns, and repetition.

  • Patterns, and repetition.

  • This is why I also don't like live music.

  • I view music as a brain manipulation tool, and to that end, jazz is anti-useful to me.

  • Do you speak dutch? -Riobhain

  • (In Dutch) I don't speak Dutch, my mother is Dutch, but she never spoke Dutch with me.

  • (In Dutch) I grew up speaking just one language.

  • If you had control of a super-intelligence to which you could only give 1 command,

  • and it would execute it to the best approximation of what you intended, what would your one command be? -DeepFriedJif

  • Min-max happiness and suffering.

  • Oh wait!

  • What's one thing that you're not satisfied with your life right now, and how do you plan to solve it? -Living-stoneInAfrica

  • I've gotten into time tracking pretty deeply.

  • I used to just track my work hours, but I began to record how every hour of every day is spent.

  • And, let me tell you

  • no matter how well you think you spend your time, and no matter how well you do spend your time,

  • tracking all of your time is an unflinching look into a mirror, eternally uncomfortable.

  • So, I'm not thrilled with the way my pie chart for last year looks.

  • It was a year of chaos.

  • But, it's not possible to improve without knowing where you're starting

  • and one of the ways I'm working to make this better is simply to have the data about how I spend my time

  • more visible in more places.

  • I've just begun in the most baby steps way possible, but so far,

  • making life more visible seems like a good feedback loop.

  • How are you doing? -MrEngineeringGuy

  • Good, thanks.

  • You?

  • If you had to enroll at a university tomorrow and had to choose one field of study which would you choose? -rubinowitz

  • I'd like to say I'd take a programming course

  • but I'm pretty sure I couldn't pass at the university level.

  • Constants and functions and loops, oh my,

  • are fun and clear but once it gets to pointers,

  • it's a level too far.

  • So if I needed to pass I'd probably sign up for economics

  • I dropped out of that Master's course

  • as mentioned in a previous Q&A because it wasn't the right fit in my life at that time

  • but I'd be happy to give it a go again.

  • Of all the classes you've ever taken at Uni, what was your hardest?

  • What did you hate the most? Why? -Negative-One-Twelfth

  • Well, the physics classes in my later years were the hardest and

  • were probably the hardest intellectual thing I've ever done or will do.

  • But that's the boring-er question.

  • More interesting question is which class I hated the most.

  • That was a required humanities reading class

  • It was one of those classes where

  • the professor had free rein to just select a bunch of books they liked and

  • force students to read them and write essays

  • agreeing with the professor or

  • disagreeing in a way the professor agreed with.

  • God, did I hate it.

  • I really think it's the kind of class

  • that professors make mandatory because they

  • like to teach it and it makes them look smart and

  • it's easy and not because it's remotely good for the students involved.

  • Anyway, it's had to be done

  • and I had a pretty good idea in advance I would hate it

  • so at my college there was an option

  • to compress an entire academic year of these classes into one intense summer.

  • So I stayed at college over what was vacation for most people

  • to finish this class as fast as possible.

  • I've always been pretty good at reading a lot using an on-off schedule when I need to,

  • and it served me well here.

  • I think I read something like 30 stupid or boring or flowery or pompous books over that summer.

  • Anyway, it works so well it was a strategy I used every summer,

  • compressing as many dumb mandatory classes into as short a time as possible

  • If your school gives that as an option, I highly recommend it

  • so you have more time during the rest of the year to focus on more important things.

  • Raisins in chocolate chip cookies? -interesting-__o__

  • Gross.

  • What noise do you wake up to? -architecty

  • None. I used to use music to wake up to, because this

  • (wake-up alarm sounds) is the world's most unpleasant sound.

  • But doing so trains yourself to dislike whatever song you use

  • and have it randomly cause you a sense of drowning anxiety

  • when you hear it in a different context.

  • I used to use a Sigur Rós song during my teaching years to wake me up,

  • and I still can't hear the opening few seconds

  • without feeling like I'm drowning, a decade later.

  • Of course, the sound may be none

  • but I currently use my Apple Watch to wake me up with a vibration.

  • And I know I'm in a good routine when I wake up naturally before it goes off.

  • If you could have one superpower (excluding the power to have all powers),

  • what would it be? -jackmedrek

  • Invulnerability.

  • With an exit option.

  • Can you wear silly ties for the rest of the video? -Nesogra

  • No, I spent years plotting and scheming how to escape the world of ties.

  • I will not go back to it now.

  • You are given the opportunity to permanently, and irreversibly, change one fundamental law of physics.

  • What would it be and why? -Blarghenshnarf

  • On the panel of fundamental laws and constants,

  • I've draped a very big "do not touch" sign

  • How do I get over a crippling Factorio addiction? -Ggecho_Swe_

  • You tell me, man. I'm over a thousand hours deep.

  • Do you feel that "Humans need not apply" needs ... updating?

  • Has anything changed since its creation that would change your message? -DarkJohnson

  • Not really anything I would change.

  • I do enjoy that the debate around autos has switched from

  • "They'll never happen" to "Why aren't they here now?",

  • which is an interesting question.

  • At least in this moment, it feels like progress and self-driving cars is a bit of an s-curve,

  • so maybe I was over-optimistic about the rapid approach of commercially-available autos,

  • but I still think they're coming,

  • and if I can't buy or rent an auto within ten years of the publication of that video,

  • I'll be surprised and disappointed.

  • What is love? -theheroinwaiting

  • What is love?

  • Baby don't hurt me,

  • don't hurt me,

  • no more.

  • Lastly, of coursely

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