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Inhabiting a stranger's body using VR (Tomorrow Daily 173)On today's show, Ashley and Khail explain how a particular VR experiment might mean we could have robot bodies someday, freak out over a really cool horror game that uses AR to transform your home and take comfort in an object that could make getting...
On today's show, students at Rice University are trying to find a way for you to get shocked without pain. And AR that turns your home into your very own survival horror game. And Swedish scientists are gonna Put you in someone else's body using virtual reality. Well, probably not you, but there are some other people we'll tell you about. Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Greetings, citizens of the internet, welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best e-talk show in the known universe. I'm Ashley Esqueda, and joining me as always, the man, not in a mask, Khail Anonymous. I love the shirt you gave me. I, it did look familiar, I really, it's a little big. You're so trim Khail Anonymous. How do you, how do you keep your trim figure? Shrinking pills. Shrinking, oo, that's gonna be on the show tomorrow. I'm a little smaller every day [LAUGH] One day, [INAUDIBLE] is going to actually be the size of Ant man. Im getting ready for my ant man cosplay Perfect. Im super stoked for that movie. Comic con is coming up, coming up. So you gotta be be I'm gonna be that small. You got about like 60 days, [INAUDIBLE] I already got, i already my small ticket for comic con. Mighty little ticket. I got a little room at comic con. [INAUDIBLE] I'm ready to go, yeah. I love it, all right, great. Well Let's hit the headlines. [MUSIC] It's, it's, its not even Thursday. Okay No, no, it's not even close to, it's not even Wednesday. we're not even close to going off the rails. So I'm gonna tell you about this really weird and interesting story out of Sweden, this comes from the Karalin, karalinksa institute Karolinska, in Sweden, and I thought this was super fascinating. So, scientists took VR headsets, they, they stuck 15 people, not at all at once, but one at a time and do it MRI machine, they put VR headsets on them, and then they try to give them the, a sort of out of body experience by making it look like they were in someone else's body, a stranger's body, it's a VR headset, okay? And what they wanted to do was, they wanted, this is terrifying considering controlled threats and stuff. So what they wanted to do was they wanted to check brain activity to see if your brain Would feel like you were in that stranger's body, if you were using VR. So they were scanning while the experience was happening, to see what your brain would do. So did it work? Surprisingly, yes, and it was actually shockingly quick how everybody's brains adjusted to being inside the stranger's body. So this is super fascinating. They, so what would happen, as you saw in the video, you could see two different sets of feet. You actually were looking at the person who's actually in the MRI machine, with the VR headset on i, in the background. You see them? Yeah. 'Kay, and they're seeing this point of view that we're seeing in video right now. Right, yeah. So, this is a stranger's body, but for, but, but for all intents and purposes they saw the same brain activity As if they were in their own body. And when they saw people threatening their body across the room, no response. [LAUGH] They didn't think it was theirs. Like it wasn't the same, it's sort of like. Feel sorry for that guy. Yeah, yeah. It was sorta like phantom limb syndrome. So they were able, they said they the, they would brush like a paint brush along the legs of the stranger's body and they wouldn't feel it. Like they would feel it as if it was their actual body. Like their brain would light up as if it was happening. So, and they would have sort of a stress response if they did, like the knife thing where they like, or they had like a sledgehammer like close to it and their stress levels would go up in the stranger's body when they had the VR headset on. But not when they saw their body across the room inside the machine get threatened. Which is weird. Yeah, that is really weird. It's super weird. So, they also did location, those are the location tests. And, I thought that the purpose of this was really fascinating. So, the goal here. Because, I didn't think there could be a goal other than we just wanna see what your brain does. Yeah, let's just mess with some people. Let's just see, let's just see what your weird brain does. Is, someday they want to be able to give a doctor in one part of the world a Veer headset and controls and have it control a robot across the world and do surgery on somebody else. That's what they're trying to do with this? Not trying to do it with this but this is the start of understanding how the brain works. When put into a virtual body somewhere else in another location. Oh, okay. So this is- That's pretty removed from what they're trying to, I see what they're saying though. This is the very beginnings of that type of research. But, the very far endgame of this is to be able to insert somebody into a robotic body elsewhere and have them sort of Treat, treat that robotic body as if it was their own, and do things like surgery, or other, things that require precision hands, or a lot of training, a lot of skills do. So I thought this was so weird and so cool. Yeah. That they even like, thought, well maybe let's see And, and like I said it took, within they said the participant's brains merged, touch and visual input within seconds and accepted the strangers body almost as if were their own. Man, I think I would probably do that too. I feel like I would. If somebody, like if someone was to go, I'm so thirsty. Oh yeah, I'm thirsty too. Oh yeah, I'm feeling a little, feeling a little thirsty. Yeah, I think that's pretty, that's a pretty common thing. Pretty intense, like that's a cool but also very intense thing. Which actually brings us to our hashtag of the day, and I'm really Curious what your answer to this, and yours too, everybody at home. TDROBOVR, and I, I wanna know what it would take, if somebody came to you and said, I can put you, like I can basically give you this VR headset, and we're gonna keep your body alive, but you're gonna be able to live out the rest of your life as a robot. Would you do it? And i, and if you, if you might do it, what is the thing that would put you over the edge? Like, absolutely, I would totally do it if this were the case? Yes, I would do it. You would do it? Yes, without a doubt. But, the question is Am I gonna be like a Kale robot, like am I gonna be, like am I gonna have. It would have to be you. Like you'd have to look like you. Well yeah, I mean, if I'm gonna live my life as this thing I wanna be able to have sex. Okay. I want to be able to taste food, and you know. Okay. Like I wanna have the normal senses, is what I'm saying. Okay, have senses. Okay, so that's like your tipping point, to say yes. You're like okay, if I can have all of my senses, I'm in. I'll live the rest of my life out as a robot. Right. Yeah. Senses. All my senses. I think, I think I would do it If there was a way to keep me alive longer than a normal human life span. But, you wouldn't need the senses? No. You wouldn't need to feel touch, taste? No. I just, I just want to see it. See everything. So, you'd just hang out, as a robot? Yup. That's it. You're sad. This is sad, like I That's super sad. I feel like I would enjoy hanging out with other robots. Like if I could talk to the robots, like I could talk to them, I'm saying emotions, but I'm just saying like robots, you know, that would be cool. I would have to have some level, no here's the thing. You would assimilate, you just said you'd basically assimilate into just being a robot. No, no no Like you wouldn't be Ashley anymore, you'd be like Oh yeah, I'm a robot! That was a robot. That's not true! What I'm saying is, if it were me in a robots body I would still have empathy because a person would be controlling it. So I'd still have empathy and I'd still be able to talk to people and have emotions but, but, I don't care. [LAUGH] Make me a robot. Go hang out with the robots Again, only if I could live longer than the average human life-span, because if not, what's the point? Then I'd rather have my dumb old body, my dumb old meat bag walking around I'd wanna be like terminator though, like normal terminator Okay, normal terminator? That's your default? But, I mean, in my dream it would be It would be T 1000. Of course. But, you know. But in real life it would just be K 1000. I'll be back. [LAUGH] That's TD Robo BR. Okay. Alright. Okay, so let me talk about this new survival horror game. Because there are There's nothing scarier than thinking there's something scary in your house. That's true. Because that's where you feel like you're safe. Well, this new AR game that is actually being crowdfunded right now works within that fear in that it adds, well, it turns your house into a survival horror game. Nope. So basically the game builds a map of your house using the phone's accelerometer, and then builds a custom experience. It's called Night Terrors, which I think is a fantastic name for it. Perfect. I love it. So then basically what you do is you turn off the lights in your, in the house, your apartment, or your house or apartment. And then you only get to use the LED on your phone, which is awesome, to, to navigate around. The game- I don't won't watch any of this. is designed to predict your behavior. Dude, it's a spider! [LAUGH] It's a giant There's, a, yeah, I know, you could just like change it to be only spiders, yeah, I want that toggle, I'm gonna email the guy- yeah, the spider one- kill me, a spider- delete that app off my phone. So anyways, the developer's name is Brian Mitchell and he's put over a thousand hours into making- wow this, this app, it's his computer vision system, which makes the game possible Now it's actually not done yet. Okay, because it's crowd-funded right? Yea, it's on indie-gogo right now for five dollars and it's scheduled for delivery sometime next year, so, it's not This looks terrifying It sounds amazing as far as AR and games are con-- and organs are concerned, it's really cool. And like you can just go into your house and then you know, do a, like a little mapping with your accelerometer and then. Right and map everything out. Walk around in your terrible, scary house, and never look at your house the same way again. Nope. Oh, this is, this must be them making it, so they're filming like, all the different. Yeah. Things that'll show up in the game. I don't like it. [CROSSTALK] What's really cool about this is, I mean, there's a lot of potential in this. I can see a horror movie that, whatever, a horror movie coming out, they can be like, put our monster in there. So, like, if you play this game, you see Slenderman or something like that. Yeah, yeah. Oh, man, that's a really good point. So he's got all these prototypes Mm-hm. And like, so like, life scanners and thing. I mean, this is stuff that hasn't really been done before in AR, I would imagine. Like all this sort of space, spatial kind of scanning and awareness. And then like you were saying, they served Manipulate you into doing certain things during, in the game. Mm-hm. Like, they're, like, oh hey, like, so if we're gonna make you, if we want you to stay still, we're gonna shut the lights off and play some scary music so you can't move forward. Yeah, I'm very interested to see this actually, like, some of these Walking around trying [CROSSTALK] And play this? Yeah. I would super love to- Well, we will. To give this a shot. As soon as we have access to it. [COUGH] Oh, yeah, absolutely. This looks terrifying. So there you go. Indiegogo, $5. Cheap. There you go. Awesome. Go check it out, it's- Love Definitely worth it. I think this is like, one of the coolest AR game things I've seen That's pretty awesome Just, hands down. So can you imagine if we boarded Hololens? No, no Ya, well, there's a bad thing about that is That if you don't know how to shut it off. I'm picturing on your hall lens and you're just like walking around your house. Help me!. Oh, somebody help! I'm trapped in my house. Somebody finds, somebody finds Cale just broken. Yeah. It's a Silent Hill. A broken man. That's awful. Maybe that's why they can, cancelled Silent HIlls is because they're trying to make this. Yeah, maybe that's Mm. Maybe that's it. That would be awesome though, because you know Silent Hill, basically what happens, you're walking around everything's normal and then, everything starts like shedding, turning rusty. And then you hear the sound, the terrible air raid horn and then pyramid head shows up and everybody gets [INAUDIBLE], stuff gets real. All right I gotta tell you about this very last thing and we're gonna have a little, a little to do before we hit the break. We're gonna have some mexican food cuz it's It is Cinco De Mayo! I want to tell you about comfortably numb. So getting shock, sucks. It hurts. And, getting blood drawn and stuff. Anytime you get an injection, no good. It kind of hurts. So these are Freshman students that, had to come up with something innovative so they actually did. I can see this is a little device. They call it Comfortably Numb, and it works a little bit like an ice pack, so the stuff that is inside an ice pack is ammonium nitrate and, and water, and when you actually break the, you know, you basically crackle an ice pack, you're putting those two things together, which causes An endothermic reaction, which then makes your ice pack cold. Okay. Okay? So they did something very similar inside this little capsule where they have two little chambers, and you twist it, the top of it, and it combines the two, and then there's a little bit, there's a metal bit at the bottom like, almost a tray that gets really, really cold, and so they hold it against your skin right before you get an injection so, basically, numbs it. Okay. Nice. Now, obviously, the question here is, like, well, what's the point of that. Why not just use an ice-pack, because, you just use an ice-pack. Right. Build this thing, but what they want to do is, is, they want, at some point, to integrate this into actual syringe caps. So you'd be able to have the end of it be that little metal bit, and you, you basically Like crack that. Combine the two, two substances. Have the tip of the syringe get cold. Hold it. And then flip the syringe around. And then give you and injection. So basically, it would all be in one little package. Very cool! Yeah. Yeah. What medical people use. Good. So, I thought this was really ingenious and, and from, like I said, a freshman. Team of like three, six, three kids. At Rice University. So, I thought that was really interesting and cool. And, and something that's kind of small, but would, it's like one of those tiny, very tiny life improvements things. Where it's like, just very small quality of life improvement. Yeah. But also something I thought was. Super cool that they kind of came up with it. That is really neat. Yeah. I hate needles, so. Yeah. I don't like I don't like, I love, I, I'm happy to give blood, like, but I also, I hate the feeling of like, getting a needle in. And you're like help me like, ow, that hurts. [CROSSTALK] If they can make that less painful it would be great. Little kids, like little kids would love that. Little kids, elderly, because obviously their skin is thinner, so it hurts a little bit more. So, you know, stuff like that would be fantastic. So, people with really sensitive skin. I mean, there are people who, when they get any, like if they get a booster shot, or, you know, you get a shot Your arm hurts for days sometimes Yeah When you exercise, so Very cool>> Nice job students at Rice University Nice job, Rice That is it for our headlines, we are going to take a quick break and come back with our new releases. But, before we do that, our friends over at GameStop want us to tell you what games they are playing right now and why you We should all be playing them, so we'll be right back. It's tomorrow daily. I'm currently P-T and you should as well cuz it is a entrancing and very unique horror game from Hideo Kojima but unfortunately its been pulled off the PlayStation Network store. If you're lucky enough to have download it, play it now. If not Find a friend or go on eBay and spend about 2,000 dollars to get a Playstation 4, with it on the hard drive. So I think you guys should play Grand Theft Auto five online. I know the game has gotten a little bit of a bad rap and there's some questionable material in it, but playing online with your friends is just a really fun, exciting experience, especially you know, going through and accomplishing these really elaborate heists. So right now I'm playing Skyrim again, this time on p c with tons and tons of graphics mods installed. So the whole purpose of course is to see Skyrim at its most beautiful. So if you're lookin to get lost in something for a week, a month, a year, A decade, then maybe Skyrim on PC with a whole bunch of mods is the way to go. So these days I'm really into "BOXBOY!" on the 3-D-S and if you've got a 3-D-S you should totally pick it up. It's five bucks, you download it from the e-shop, and it's this really cute like minimalist puzzle. You play as a little box with legs and you can generate boxes to help you climb over things or snake around things and Like any good puzzle game it kinda starts building those mechanics in there and gets more and more complex, to the point where once you're solving these tough puzzles it feels really good. [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show it's Tuesday. What game are you playing right now? [MUSIC] Grand Theft Auto Five. Course you are, nevermind. Why do I even ask? I, I don't know. I thought you were setting me up for that. No, I just [LAUGH] I thought you were shaming me. No, no, I just, I realized, like, of course you're playing Grand Theft Auto. Oh, I'm playing Grand Theft Auto Five. Of course you are. Yes Of course you are. Okay, so it's Tuesday we like to talk about things that are enlightening our wallets this week so let's talk about new releases. [MUSIC] Wait, what game are you playing right now? Is that, is that why you brought it up? No, I was just curious. Oh, Because we did the What game are you playing right now? I play Final Fantasy four. Okay, well, yeah, of course, Of course, yeah We're lame. We're totally lame, totally lame. Alright, so what have we got? Alright, so first up, Wolfenstein, the old blood, is coming out Today, it's out today. Wolfenstein. Wolfenstein. If you wanna go fight some Nazis, old school [UNKNOWN]. That was the very first video game I ever played. Yeah. Wolfenstein, [UNKNOWN] Wolfenstein, on my dad's computer. Really? It was it was so funny, like my dad was definitely, maybe u- Oh my god, look how good this looks! It's gor, this is gorgeous. The gameplay looks pretty good Apparently it's really fun. It's getting good reviews, good notices from what I've seen and and I, I, I kinda wanna play it. I, like I haven't played a Wolfenstein game in a really long time This looks awesome! I think this is a prequel. Oh my god! Yeah, it looks really good. So there you go. I'm sorry, I haven't seen this trailer. Oh my god! He shot his leg off! Good stuff. On P what is it? Xbox One, PC. Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC. You can get it on PC. Okay. I need to get a new PC, continue. All right.>> It's time. It's time. I've already been talking to the guy long enough. This is an interesting release. It's not technically a game, but remember the Room Alive demo from Microsoft where they had like, the the people, in the living room, and they were like fighting stuff that was projected on the walls and everything? They would, and it was called Room Alive. We have, I, I think we have video of this. So here's the, do you remember this? Never seen this before Okay, so Microsoft research had this concept called room alive, and I think, we might have talked about it on the show, maybe Okay And, so, I think it's a couple of connects and projection technology just scanning the room and putting out these sort of, like, little games or whatever, but The point of all of this, is that, the code for this, the source code for room alive, is now open source. Microsoft has released the code for this on GitHub. Alright. So you can go ahead and head over there and download that if you want the sort of build your own room alive game. Which i thought was pretty cool I thought it was pretty neat that they sort of released that to people because they're like well we're kind of. I think maybe they kinda feel like, eh, we're working on HoloLens. We're not really doing this anymore. Like maybe, sort of the types of things you'd be doing in Room Alive are things we'd rather have you doing with a HoloLens on. Yeah. So, I think this is sort of the, the, you know, kind of open-source public access version of, you know, this is this thing that sort of lead to HoloLens, I would imagine. But pretty cool that they released it. I like it. Very cool. That's cool they you, they, we're actually covering it, honestly. Yeah, I, just I, I, I read that and thought that was pretty awesome. Okay. That they were like, hey, let's Right on. give this to people and let them kind of figure out their own stuff. So, hopefully we'll Thanks Microsoft. Hopefully, we'll see some really awesome stuff from Now, send me an XBox One. I don't know why, just send me one. Just cuz. Just do it. And then of course, movie wise, there's nothing really coming out this week. Oh. Because nobody wants to go up against the Avengers this weekend Nobody wants to go up against the Avengers. And Mad Max is the weekend after Yeah, that's good. So, just go see the Avengers again, that's my recommendation. Logan, do you have an Xbox one? Yeah. Okay, he's good, you don't have to send him one, Microsoft, just me Just Kale, I have one aswell. I have a Did you have a PlayStation as well? Ya. You, Logan? Yeah. All right, so just send me a PlayStation as well Microsoft. I know it's not your deal, but. To just, just to be fair. Yeah. Be fair and even. Of course, just send you both But yeah. So that's what's coming up this week. I think some good stuff. I really do actually want to check out one more time. It looks pretty good. [LAUGH] Yeah, that looked incredible. It looks pretty fun. Yeah. So, okay. We talked yesterday about Star Wars and we asked you guys to use the hashtag gforce so it's time for your feedback. [MUSIC] Okay guys, we asked you what storylines you wanted to see in the new Star Wars movie. Once again, as always, you did not disappoint. Frank wrote in to us and said, "A cameo of d 3 masters guiding new Jedis." QuiGonJinn, ObiWanKenobi, Yoda. Interesting. [UNKNOWN] Yep. Get some [UNKNOWN] going. Yeah. I like it. Yeah. It's good. I like it. Rick Roden said I wanna see Kylo Ren to be a step son to Darth Vader and is saying Revenge will be served father, holding the Darth Vader Helmet. Oh. But let's talk about that. Who would be the mother then? Who would, like, who would Darth Vader had cheated on Padme with? Yeah, it would have to be a cheat. It would have to be, like- I got it, I got it! What? You know Keira Knightley in, in the first, that, that's that character. That's really, that's really good actually. Maybe he didn't even know it wasn't her. Yeah. Maybe she's just tired, she had a headache one night, Padme's like, eh, just send in my decoy. Go ahead. Yeah. There ya go. Go for it. We've all been there. [LAUGH] I have my decoy. Khail's got a decoy. [LAUGH] This is, Khail is actually- You know what? This is his decoy right now. Microsoft, send my decoy an Xbox One and a PlayStation as well. We just, I'm, we might as well. True Story. Balance this out. But I like that kind of idea, that it's like, He's related to Darth Vader, maybe. I, I, I actually like your fan-fiction that you're writing write now. I like my, yeah, so you're welcome. You're welcome everybody. That could be official canon someday. Jesus wrote in and said, Here's what I don't want to see any mention of midichlorians. Star Wars is space fantasy, not hard SciFi. Agreed. Yeah. I think probably won't ever see midichlorians ever again. I don't think they will. I think we're gonna ignore that. They're gonna, they're gonna walk like Like a midichlorian store. Let's think of it this way, let's think of it this way, so in the prequels they use the word midichlorian to describe something, like sciencey, they didn't really understand, like, you know how over the last, let's say like Like 50 years or whatever? But things have changed. Science has changed. And so I, let's just say it's a really old archaic sort of bad way to describe the, the force. And like people thought they could describe it but really isn't. So I like to think that it's just, oh, that's just the old folks. Again, the new movies, I was like, oh, it was just old folks, talking about Metacorians. This is ridiculous. Yeah, Metacorians is now like a, like a, a offensive term. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. It's like, oh. [CROSSTALK] Old people say it. They're like Metacorians. Just like grandpa. You can't say that. They're, you, they're in the room. You can't say that now. The Empire's fallen. The Empire's fallen. Yeah, I like that. I like that. Pre, Pre-Empire. Pretty good. Dustin wrote and said, I want to see R2D2 talk. Who has not wanted that, eh? Like a, like a deep voice? Like Barry White? Yeah. Why do guys keep messing around? [LAUGH] Let's just do the job we came here to do. Let's give it Patrick Warburten and give him and give him like a voice that's similar to the tick. Yeah, yeah. >Perfect. Good good. Lastly, Dave wrote us an email and said, "Hey kids! Wanted to throw in my two cents on plotlines for the new Star Wars trilogy. I'll build on Mr. Anonymous' desire to want to see Leia using the force. Whoo. Warning Will Robinson, spoilers ahead. I'd show Leia's ability with the force building over the upcoming movies. In episode seven, as Khali suggested, maybe on a low level, moving say a plate with fruit across a table to be closer to her. Maybe something so subtle people around her wouldn't even notice. Episode 8 would expand her use to the point where the climax of the film will revolve around her using the forces to save a main character or characters. In the final episode would have the saga wrap up with Layla as a pivotal character that saves the Star Wars universe. I can see a scene with the representative of the Dark Side thinks he or she has ensnared both Luke and Leia, and Leia kicks **** big time. This brainstorming makes me wonder if the movie isn't telegraphing Leia's use of the force with its subtitle, the force awakens. That's some serious thought put into that. You know what I realize? I don't know what I want from Star Wars. Anymore? I, no I just don't, because I feel like there was a lot of things that I thought I wanted, and then George Lucas gave me a few of them, and I was just like- And you're like I didn't, maybe I didn't want that. Like I didn't want that! I don't want and that, [UNKNOWN] like well,we're so good at lightsaber battles, isn't it entertaining? No. Hey listen, in clone, in Attack of the Clones though, when all of those jedi fight in [UNKNOWN] Genosian stadium, like that's awesome. Yeah that is pretty cool. That was cool. That was pretty cool. And that was a moment that was like I'm not necessarily a Jedi girl. Like I love me some smuggler scoundrels. Like that's my jam. I'm a Han Solo girl. Not a Luke, not Luke Skywalker girl. But that was. I don't think there's a lot of Luke Skywalker girls. I think there's a lot of girls. Is there? That love. Okay. Love a Jedi. Love a Jedi. Okay. And like, so I'm not just that. See I love, I love a Han Solo. That's my, that's my jam. He's a blaster. No hokey religion, gotta go that way, but I thought that theme was really cool. Like, I loved watching it and every time I see it even now, it's like, it makes me feel like a kid again seeing that scene, it's cool. Best segue ever you lost me with the Star Wars talk Best segue ever. I'll take it. Chris Roden, Chris Roden sent us this picture, he says, hey Ashley and Kale, there's been, been construction of a new bypass going through a portion of the woods in my home town here in Georgia. What you see here is a lone chimney standing in the middles of where the road is intended to be. All work on the project has come to a halt, as county officials ponder what to do with this historic chimney I took this picture with my iPhone 4 SPS. The main road is located 50 yards from the chimney, so I drove my car up the service road intended for the use of heavy machinery on a Sunday, because the workers have the day off. I enjoy the show and look forward to every episode. Keep up the good work, Fritz. Yeah. Fritz put in work to get this photo. Really hard work put in this photo. But yeah [CROSSTALK] Yeah, and there's a story on this little chimney here. I like that it's just sitting there in the middle of the woods. No no, there, what's it attached to, what was it part of? I want to know. Well, what's historical, what's a historical chimney? Well maybe it's part of a historical building that no longer exists, like a wood building that maybe kind of disintegrated over time. I wonder how they didn't know, like they planned this road and they really just didn't know there was a historic chimney right in the middle of the woods? I guess not. Yeah, they just started working and then they were like, "Oh the chimney! Gosh!" That chimney came out of nowhere! Out of nowhere! I didn't even see it coming! If you guys want to send me your phonetographies and email us at tomorrow? Are we tomorrow? We are email@example.com. Sometimes I forget our email address. Yeah, yeah. I forget my name. You can also find us on social media pretty much everywhere except snapchat For TomorrowDaily, and all those things and, Tomorrow tail, Daily TV Yep. On Google Plus. YouTube, iTunes and if you're on those, don't forget to you know, subscribe to all that stuff. Yeah, all the good stuff. And, you can always find us on our social media accounts. Mm-hm. You're on Twitter, right? Yes, I'm Jayden Smith. And, I am Joss Sweden [INAUDIBLE] Oh too soon, too soon You know Jaden Smith quit twitter too, right? Are you serious? Yeah, that's what I thought you were going with. Oh no Two accounts who quit twitter, we're gonna take over those scandals, those are our new hashtags those are our new handles. I'm going to delete my Twitter account too. There's no reason to live anymore, between Jaden Smith and Joss Whedon gone now, that's like 90% of my social media Oh well. Its a bummer, but a you can find us @kaleanonmoyous and @AshleyEsqueda, we will be back tomorrow, that is the show for today! We are going to bring you a bunch of sites back, science fiction smash it together right in your face, but until then. on Big and Humans. We'll see you guys next time. Bye. [MUSIC]