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In the video, Woody Harrelson discusses various topics with Bill Maher, including smoking, marriage, relationships, and fame. He also talks about the Trusted News Initiative, alternative medicine, and the book The Shock Doctrine.

  • 00:00:00 Woody Harrelson tells Bill Maher about how he has quit smoking cigarettes many times, but has recently resumed because he has been trying to be a healthier person. He also discusses his experience with magnets, saying that eventually they lose their attraction and fall apart.
  • 00:05:00 Woody Harrelson and Bill Maher talk about marriage and relationships. Harrelson says that the two people in a good marriage are good people and that he knows people who are good in marriages. Maher says that he doesn't think that Harrelson will ever get married, and Harrelson says that the ship has sailed for him.
  • 00:10:00 Woody Harrelson discusses the odds of surviving in a boat versus in a car accident, highlighting how much worse driving is in Los Angeles. He then talks about Wim Hof, a Dutchman who set multiple records for longest time holding his breath, and how he does it. Harrelson suggests that people can put their fear of water out of their mind by practicing breath control.
  • 00:15:00 Woody Harrelson recalls a time when he and others thought that maximum time without breathing was four minutes. He then talks about a record-breaking 20 minutes he spent without oxygen.
  • 00:20:00 Woody Harrelson recalls when he first became well-known, feeling relieved and nervous at the same time. He says that being a household name before 30 is a big difference, and that his mind is always focused on making it.
  • 00:25:00 Woody Harrelson discusses how fame affects people, how it is different for different age groups, and how eventually people will figure out death.
  • 00:30:00 Woody Harrelson discusses the Trusted News Initiative, a project started by the BBC to stop foreign interference in U.S. elections. Harrelson believes that this project is being shut down because it is "obviously orwellian."
  • 00:35:00 Woody Harrelson talks about how he overcame a life-threatening illness by using alternative medicine. He asserts that mainstream medicine is often corrupt, and that Americans should be more trusting of their government. He also talks about the opioid crisis and how the pharmaceutical industry may have played a role.
  • 00:40:00 In the video, Woody Harrelson discusses scientific beliefs with Bill Maher. Harrelson argues that there are two different types of germs - those that are viruses, microorganisms, and bacteria, and those that are germs. Harrelson also argues that the germ theory is important because it is the foundation of western medicine, including vaccination.
  • 00:45:00 Woody Harrelson explains that he believes in the "terrain theory", which states that what is important is the internal cleanliness or the internal filth that filth generally originates in the colon or in the large and small intestine. According to Harrelson, this theory can be applied to many aspects of one's life, such as health and diet. Harrelson also discusses the importance of Ziprecruiter, a website that uses its powerful technology to find and match the right candidates with your job.
  • 00:50:00 Woody Harrelson and Matt Rogers of the Los Culturistas podcast discuss the book The Shock Doctrine and how it applies to current events. They also discuss President George W. Bush's connection to the oil industry, Vietnam, and the current state of the world.
  • 00:55:00 Woody Harrelson discusses his new projects and how he is not jealous of other friends.

01:00:00 - 01:45:00

Woody Harrelson and Bill Maher discuss a variety of topics, including the different ways that doctors treat diseases, Harrelson's friendship with Salman Rushdie, his love of Vegas, and his thoughts on marijuana.

  • 01:00:00 Woody Harrelson talks about people who believe they can live to 150 by reducing their caloric intake or fasting. He says this is preposterous, as most health problems are not people's fault. He also says that children get cancer, and that it is not due to Intelligent Design.
  • 01:05:00 Woody Harrelson and Bill Maher discuss the different ways that doctors treat diseases, with Harrelson noting that all three methods have their own shortcomings. Harrelson says that the key to preventing disease is to address the root of the problem, which is congestion in the body caused by a diet full of unhealthy food.
  • 01:10:00 Woody Harrelson discusses his friendship with Salman Rushdie and his fear for his safety. He also discusses his love of Salmon and Midnight's Children.
  • 01:15:00 Woody Harrelson discusses his belief in Jesus Christ and how some people believe in making up stories about what happens when one dies. He says that he hopes his discussion didn't come off as negative.
  • 01:20:00 Woody Harrelson discusses his love of Vegas, his belief that Jesus existed historically, and his hope that one day he and Bill Maher will take the Tesla out for a day of Uber driving.
  • 01:25:00 Woody Harrelson discusses his thoughts on women and how they seem to think there is always a level of him that is deeper than they are. He then goes on to talk about how he is not like other men because he has a happy wife and they have a deep relationship.
  • 01:30:00 Woody Harrelson discusses the effects of marijuana on the mind. He says that it changes what you think and remember, and that it is a great tool for entertainment.
  • 01:35:00 Woody Harrelson discusses the trade-off between creativity and other qualities that are "more pedestrian" when one is stoned. He says that the creativity is more rare, and so he is willing to give up some brain cells or whatever it is that he is giving up. He also says that promoting one's upcoming live dates is a thing that he does, and he doesn't need a dispenser to do so.
  • 01:40:00 Woody Harrelson discusses his new album, "Child of Nature," and how it evolved from a song about being a child of nature in India to a song about being jealous. He also discusses the current state of free speech and comedy and how Trump is a threat to both.
  • 01:45:00 Woody Harrelson discusses how he approaches acting and music, explaining that he repurposes ideas from life in order to create the characters and melodies he plays. His friends arrive and he tells them to be careful as he may be asleep. They continue to talk, and Harrelson eventually asks them to leave as he has to take a nap.

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