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  • Oh, my God.

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  • Hi.

  • And welcome to this week's episode of the lab where we take your questions and turn them into experiment.

  • I'm great.

  • And I'm Mitch.

  • And this week, we're talking about all different types of disgust.

  • Do you find anything in particular?

  • Disgusting.

  • When you're on the subway, people like you in your face and spiders.

  • Oh, interesting.

  • You bring that up.

  • Because today we're actually going to be forcing ourselves to interact with a torrential of which we both find incredibly gross.

  • We're gonna potentially be drinking our own pee.

  • So you know him.

  • And then after that, we're gonna make ourselves a bunch of concoctions that are pretty nasty.

  • Oh, I like re actually like, we need to open it for people to see you.

  • But, like, I'm so gross that Oh, my God.

  • Okay, so the actual look of disgust when you actually, you know, have your brows furrowed, your lips raised your nose kind of clenched up is a universal symbol for discussed, and it's actually created through evolution so that we can warn other people that the thing that we're doing could potentially be harmful to ourselves.

  • Look, a spider if somebody vomits, it's a huge sign that they've not only it's disgusting, first of all.

  • And it's also a sign that something they've ingested is potentially poisonous or have made them.

  • You shouldn't be eating that because it's disgusting.

  • Oh, my God.

  • How did we get here?

  • Oh, my God.

  • Okay, great.

  • No, don't bigger close to doing.

  • What do we do that I don't want to touch it after coming on?

  • You know, I don't know if I can do this.

  • Who got it is the biggest.

  • Thanks.

  • You coming to you?

  • I don't know what to do.

  • I actually don't know what to do it.

  • We just I don't know who's gonna touch her when she gets out.

  • Obviously, when interacting with translate, we feel disgust.

  • I feel very hungry right now, but also we feel fear.

  • And it's really interesting because both disgust and fear, our core emotions that are built with an s to protect us from potential dangers.

  • Oh, she's just looking at us now.

  • So, Mom, if I were tied, she might want to wait.

  • I didn't touch a thing.

  • This spider is an example of sensory discussed When you think of insects or mice or all different sorts of things that kind of gross, too.

  • So it's often because they could be carriers of disease.

  • Something like a cockroach isn't necessarily dangerous for you, but it could indicate that your home or the space you're living in is actually unclean.

  • And so we've had this evolutionary reaction to find their disgusting to protect our own cells.

  • If you sneeze on yourself or your best friend sneezes on you is not nearly as bad as if a stranger sneeze on you on the subway.

  • And it's kind of like that I don't see trench was often.

  • I have no experience known.

  • You don't know the spider if we knew her personally.

  • Maybe a little less scared.

  • I'm so Sorey Susan Sarandon.

  • Molly, I think they call it Isn't Oh lifting it?

  • She's strong.

  • That's disgusting.

  • So we wanted to test some things that we perceive as disgusting, like a toilet and a urinal, and then put them side by side with the things we use on a regular basis, like our phones and the keyboards on our laptops to see which is actually more disgusting.

  • We then took the swab samples from each location to an egg are Petri dish and let the cultures grow.

  • Then we left them in a warm right place.

  • And here are the results.

  • So the cleanest and leased back to your grown was in the toilet, which is kind of the journal.

  • And the phone we're about the same.

  • And the most disgusting place was the keyboard.

  • That's all kind of surprising considering these two things are the things we touch every single day basically, and they're the most disgusting.

  • Now it's time to drink our home, Pete.

  • And so to do that, we have to now go pee pee at Maggie's.

  • Oh, my God s.

  • So it's pretty disgusting to drink her own pee like this.

  • And what we're gonna test is we're actually gonna be filtering RP using this lifesaver filter and see if after filter and knowing that all we're really drinking is water and salt, are we still gonna be grossed out by the fact that we have poured RP into this?

  • What's really interesting about this is relates to something called interpersonal discussed, which is that I'm gonna find it much easier to drink my own p d.

  • Even though it's being cleaned equally as yours, then yours.

  • I do not want to drink.

  • Yeah, I think that's not way nastier.

  • I mean, like, I don't really want a drink.

  • Might be.

  • But I don't wanna drink yours even more.

  • You It smells like cardboard.

  • I like the smell of my own fire.

  • It's like I can wipe my own.

  • But But as CNN's, it's like someone was, like, sturdy, like I'm like you.

  • It's all because we need to be able to go after.

  • So discussed is really fascinating.

  • And I'm just gonna go have you gotta do it fast.

  • Otherwise you go.

  • Why is that so disgusting?

  • Like that is the thought of you Smells like bran flakes.

  • So pissed.

  • Oh, it's not shot.

  • Awfully clear, but it is much more clear now.

  • I don't know what moisture on my hands is being one, isn't he?

  • I think this is your pee.

  • Just look clear when you first are yours is clear.

  • No, but I think it's because you're this completely clear.

  • Yeah, it's already looking more yellow.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • I'm, like, gross.

  • Not like I'm just Oh, 000 Actually, here.

  • That's no that I'm kind of it doesn't taste like my cereal.

  • Well, it's p so we're, like, very aware.

  • But if someone, it's like, Oh, this is like essence of cucumber water, I might be like, Uh, yeah, you're right.

  • I kind of gross tasting like I wouldn't choose it, But it's not, like revolting, which that sip tasted revolting to me.

  • So it's definitely a lot in our heads.

  • A lot of the times discussed can also be correlated with food.

  • So today we're gonna start by eating the three meals of the day, starting with breakfast.

  • There's nothing quite like a yummy bowl of cereal with some wholesome milk to go along with it in your lovely OJ.

  • Why is this disgusting?

  • 00 my God, Can you see this?

  • It looks like egg.

  • We love when things are pure, so we want you to organic kale juice.

  • We even would want to drink orange juice when it's pure.

  • But as soon as you mix it with milk, all of a sudden it becomes disgusting.

  • Little chugs good.

  • Oh, really grows.

  • So for lunch, I love hot dog and all my hot dog.

  • I enjoy some mustard and ketchup and with my hot dog.

  • I love a glass of nice cola.

  • It's fresh.

  • So what happens if you eliminate the hot dog?

  • And with this cola, we decided to add some condiments, like mustard on that all.

  • I was hoping with it home.

  • Oh, well, so we're deception so weird because, like the Muslim kind of are in clumps.

  • So you kind of get some coke and you're like, clump here in a clump here.

  • Last but not least, you want a delicious dinner here.

  • We have some broccoli, some rice, some turkey.

  • But what happens if we blend it?

  • Oh, so it's like that meat is like so rubber only got the whole table city kick.

  • Yeah, hell, the smell of you.

  • It says far.

  • It'll take a bit of a car, and I like the noise out there.

  • It's like, you know, that sounds like Who's fat?

  • Fatty fat?

  • Okay, choose, huh?

  • No, I mean, no.

  • It's stay strangely buttery, and some people are so scared to have this happened, even have food touching on their plate, let alone mixed all together.

  • It's kind of weird that the word discussed is used for what we did today, but also in a lot of other context, right?

  • Like when we're disgusted at certain people or certain acts like moral discuss.

  • And I think it's interesting cause this is sort of a metaphor for purity, like we like things to be pure.

  • You know, we will eat all of these things on their own.

  • Two students picks him up there grows and it's sort of like there's other forms of moral discussed, for example, fairness.

  • People got disgusted, and I am disgusted when you think about really rich, affluent, excessive wealth that exists.

  • And then maybe they take advantage of people who are impoverished or who need Maur.

  • To me, that is disgusting.

  • Isn't weird that it's the same emotion I feel when I eat like blended food isn't the same emotion we're feeling for the food.

  • Or is it two different emotions that we just use the same word for you?

  • And it's interesting.

  • We were talking earlier about the fear of the unknown and the disgust of the unknown.

  • We found that trans list of disgusting because we haven't been around torrential is mom a lot and we're taught that they are disgusting and it's interesting because when you think about homosexuality.

  • It's been places where it's not accepted.

  • Or maybe it's more unknown that people think it's disgusting act.

  • And so ignorance is actually very dangerous in those settings.

  • You could make a correlation there that if you know, if you if society changes and homosexuality is accepted and there's more exposure to it, like hashtag modern family thin people started like, Oh, this isn't disgusting and you could like progress In that way, it was like a weird, interesting correlation between the biology of looking at a translate what we feel on the actual moral discuss that some people have towards something like homosexuality.

  • On a lighter note, surveys have shown that the most disgusting word in the English language is moist, and now it's time for this week in Science Talk.

  • Through this week, diamond particles are being considered to redirect the sun's energy and fight climate change.

  • It's a desperate but feasible geoengineering strategy that involves throwing diamonds in the sky.

  • Scientists are using ultrasonic speakers, toe levitate objects in three dimensions with more control than ever before, so you can probably say goodbye to those Weir's Segways from 2015 and hello to the hover boards of the future.

  • And finally, if you're a teacher or student in Canada and want Mitch, not too may become film a video with you at your school or when a bunch of other different Samsung prizes we have a challenge for you go to solve for tomorrow dossier to find out all the details of how you enjoy in this amazing experience.

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自分たちのおしっこを飲む! (The LAB)(The LAB) (Drinking Our Own Pee! (The LAB))

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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