Update May 7, 2020 — Joe Rogan has interviewed Elon Musk yet again. Thought provoking and controversial as expected.
The original 2018 Joe Rogan interview of Elon Musk became the most watched Joe Rogan Experience podcast video ever. Today, they published round 2. I think it was filmed a day or two ago.
Yet again, both of these renowned celebrities regrettably do not talk about how Elon got back his hair. Nor about Joe Rogan’s failed and bad past hair transplant experiences. He has been very open about them in the past. Read the second half of this post to see what I mean.
Mr. Musk’s strange choice of his new baby’s name and his anti stay-at-home stance are making the most waves. Other parts of the interview, however, are more interesting.
September 7, 2018
Joe Rogan Interviews Elon Musk
- I have mentioned Elon Musk and his hair transplant on this blog in the past. His results have been excellent. The closest that Mr. Musk has come to admitting that he grew back his hair is by crediting the “crown” chakra and magic.
- Joe Rogan has discussed his strip hair transplant regret several times on his popular show in the past. Nowadays, he always shaves his head in spite of the strip scar at the back. He has also talked about his baldness and related insecurities a few times over the years. I am surprised at how much he knows about hair loss medications and about recent improvements in hair transplant technology.
Yesterday, these two extremely well known multi-talented celebrities came together and created their own magic. Well worth spending the 2.5 hours required to finish watching the below embedded video.
Even though they covered numerous subject matters, they very regrettably neglected hair. This video will most likely end up being Mr. Rogan’s most viewed interview ever. And not just because Mr. Musk smokes weed and drinks whiskey on the show.
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Still convinced that hair transplantation is not the best treatment for baldness; there are treatments in clinical trials are the basis of treatment of baldness of the root.
I love weed
Does that mean we can essentially conclude one of the smartest me on Earth takes a 5AR inhibitor?
Im pretty sure Elon wearing a system.
Say what you want about Elon, he actually gets things done. Maybe he will develop the hair loss cure.
He solved his hair problems so i’m pretty sure he doesn’t care anymore
Does the story of a celebrity or more public awareness of MPB really make any real tangible difference to anyone? It doesnt increase or change any real treatment options. It doesnt advance research or alter pricing. It does nothing.
Nothing changes if no one actually does anything concrete to fix it. I guess I could care less unless they are going to try curing it or treating it.
If they can promote more social acceptance of it then a cure won’t be necessary.
No one should be promoting social acceptance of it. We have enough acceptance of mediocrity and lowered standards as it is — none of it to societal benefit.
A cure is what is needed.
Social acceptance is just a form of cope in my opinion.
In my case, social acceptance would not change anything, as I want to have my hair back to b able to once again recognise my facial features and feel better with myself.
I wish it worked that way. I want my hair back for me, not for other people. I couldn’t care less what other people think of me.
I’m sure he used a technique that’s not known by/available for the big public. I have more hair as he had in 2000 and all they say in clinics is that my donor area is not enough. So I’m guessing… Biofibres?
I agree- there is something fishy about Elon’s hair . What he had before to what he has now is something I’ve never seen and I’ve been following the hair loss bizz for almost 30 years.
I’m not much of a conspiracy person but this one is strange and to me it’s not the typical transplant and Elon has the money to make it happen if there was some unethical method or An unsanctioned FDA procedure existed .
Possibly he figured out to transplant other people’s hair without his immune system rejecting it .
Call me crazy – but something ain’t right .
Nope, dense donor area and top transplant surgeon. Check out Juan Couto’s work on YT.
I suspect he wears a hair system.
But from personal experience, that would be very uncomfortable for someone in LA given the desert-like climate. Even a UK summer is too much for me, I shave it all off.
If true, maybe he only wears it in public and goes around his mansion bald.
I think it’s a hair system. Good for him.
Any idea if follica pivotal trial has already started? Maybe postponed due to covid-19?
> wants to bring humans to mars
> all rockets crash
> calls other ppl bs/evil etc…
> wants to shoot 60k 5G satellites up
> is rich, presents himself as revolutionary
> balds and just gets a HT instead of getting research done with his money
I guess he knows there isn’t nothing else out there… at least not yet
He definitely has done a large scale fue. 5000 grafts for sure to take care of the front half of his head. Dense thick. The crown mid scalp may be a very good hair system.
He really should invest in hair loss cure. That would be better than a ship to Mars. They should focus on building therapies that improve peoples quality of life. The ability to fly to mars doesn’t do me any good. Curing hair loss would make millions and millions people lives 10000x better. Elon, gates, Bezos just aren’t interested in that area. It’s all good though we have christiano, jahoda, paul Kemp, Gail naughton to save us lol.
@mjones I think travelling to Mars would be a much more significant scientific achievement than mimicking what 20% of the population are blessed with; good hair. I fully appreciate this is a tough crowd for such a statement.
If you cure hair loss, you will cure 100s of millions of people from wasting their lives in stress, anxiety, depression and more.
Of those 100s of millions cured, millions will then be motivated to become scientists. Some will become brilliant, creating many “more significant scientific achievements”.
And this benefit will then be repeated forever, since the eternal cure for hair loss will benefit all future generations.
Even if we got to Mars, living there is probably a pipe dream. And no guarantees that some asteroid or human action will not destroy Mars too, just like Earth.
Well said, excellent point of view.
Well said admin!
@Scott lol. Nobody on earth cares about going to mars. Only the rich billionaires who are competing to get there. Curing baldness and other diseases are 1000000x more of an achievement for mankind than living on an uninhabitable planet. I cant wait to live in a glass dome Mars and not being able to swim at the beach, go outside etc. Curing baldness would relieve a huuuuuge amount of stress and anxiety off my shoulders than being able to fly to mars.
He had a FUT (maybe more than one?) There’s a youtube video that shows an interview with him where the camera was positioned behind him. You can clearly see the FUT ridge on the back of his head.
Ok, I found it…check out this video on youtube:
“MY DOPPELGANGER ELON MUSK HAIR TRANSPLANT! LOL!”
Towards the end of the video he shows the interview with Elon where you can see the FUT line/scar.