The clip argue on tv show from Land of the Lost (2009) with Will Ferrell, Matt Lauer
This is Today, with Matt Lauer.
We're back now with Dr. Rick Marshall,
whose new book arrives in stores tomorrow.
It was back in Oslo, Doctor, last month, that you just startled your colleagues
with this theory of yours that takes science in a completely new direction.
Quantum Paleontology, that's correct.
What exactly is that?
Well, it's... Not to say modestly, it's our very future, Matt.
It's the only real solution
to solving this fossil fuel crisis we're experiencing.
And it boils down to two simple words.
Close. Time warps.
You're serious about this.
I'm deadly serious.
Five years, over $50 million on my research.
You've spent $50 million of your own money studying time warps?
No, that's adorable. No, taxpayers' money. I don't have $50 million.
And now you're asking for more.
It's all explained in my book.
I know. We've plugged the book.
Bantam Books. Amazon.
We are living in a time right now with huge cuts in...
Huge cuts in spending.
We're in dire economic straits,
and you're spending $50 million on studying time warps.
How do you not think that's irresponsible?
Are you smoking?
No, I'm making a balloon animal here, earthling.
But you can't smoke in the studio.
Okay, no one told me that.
Just, you can't.
Look, look... Fine.
There are huge, huge amounts of trans-dimensional energy out there
just waiting for us to throw the switch.
Energy crisis averted.
You are asking people to stake the entire future of industrialized civilization
on what you call "parallel dimensions. "
What about the critics who have a fair question, Doctor?
They say this theory of yours is not science. It is non-science.
And some are even more blunt, and they say it's nonsense.
How do you respond to that?
And there are a lot of them.
Can you be more specific?
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