The Existence of Aliens

The Existence of Aliens
As humans, it is easy for us to acknowledge and recognize that we are the only living species in this universe. If the universe is estimated to be over 90 billion light years in diameter, I think it is evidently clear—we are not the only living life form in this universe. 

I had an amazing time writing and co-producing the fourth episode of the Even Salt Looks Like Sugar podcast. I am also featured in this podcast. Hosted by world-renowned producer Billy Housh, experimental philosopher and theorist Michael Carrano (M.A. Carrano) also shared his thoughts.

If you haven't had the chance, please check out Even Salt Looks Like Sugar—Episode 4: The Existence of Aliens on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spreaker, and wherever you find fine podcasts. 

The continuous speculation of archetypes in our universe play a fundamental and formidable role in our world today. Our civilization is a collective of multiple species rolled into one life form. If God didn't create our world, then who did? And if aliens really do not exist, why are we so eager to learn more about them? 

If you are into true crime, paranormal activity, and unsolved mysteries definitely give this incredible podcast a listen and subscribe. Thank you for listening and tuning into this podcast episode. 

Remember not everything in life is what it seems because Even Salt Looks Like Sugar. Thank you for listening. I hope you are having a wonderful day. 

Comments

Anonymous said…
This was great. I never knew aliens existed on earth. I wonder if Agarthans have any secret powers.
Anonymous said…
Who is Michael Carrano? His job is an experimental philosopher and systems consultant? Is that the new occupation for intellectuals who are unemployed? Why would you and Billy have him on the show? He must be a friend.
Anonymous said…
Amazing podcast but I’m confused as to why M.A. Carrano was featured in the segment. He refers to himself as an experimental philosopher and systems consultant. I’m confused.
Anonymous said…
My favorite podcast
Helen said…
I love this episode and I think M.A. Carrano added character to it. I don’t know much about aliens but I found this podcast extremely helpful.
Anonymous said…
Extremely intriguing and engaging episode. I just subscribed. One of my favorites I’ve heard yet.
Anonymous said…
I love this podcast!
Anonymous said…
Fantastic episode. I really loved this one.
Anonymous said…
This episode is extremely underrated. I just downloaded this and listened.
Anonymous said…
My favorite episode I think so far.
Anonymous said…
My favorite podcast episode yet from Even Salt Looks Like Sugar!
Anonymous said…
I love this podcast episode. I never heard of Agartha or Agarthans.
Anonymous said…
This is my favorite episode.
Anonymous said…
This is one of my favorite podcast episodes. I’ve been obsessed with aliens and the universe lately. Simply amazing. I just subscribed.
Anonymous said…
This podcast is so good. I just finished this episode and I loved it. It was great hearing this perspective. The universe is infinite so I’m sure there are many more species to discover. We are probably considered aliens to other aliens. Fantastic episode! I just subbed.
Anonymous said…
I really love this one. Aliens are real.
Anonymous said…
This is my favorite podcast episode of all time. Loved it! I’m a huge fan of unexplained phenomenon. I definitely enjoyed MA Carrano’s segment. He’s brilliant. You and Billy were amazing too. Please have MA Carrano back on the podcast and do more episodes like this one.
Anonymous said…
Is MA Carrano is a philosopher? I would love to know more about his credentials. He had a lot of useful and interesting insight.
Anonymous said…
I follow Michael Carrano or MA Carrano on TikTok. I think his username is Sacred.Cruelty. He’s intelligent but his constant mention of Joe Rogan makes me wonder. This was an amazing podcast episode. I just subscribed to Even Salt Looks Like Sugar.
Anonymous said…
I've been acquainted with Mike Carrano for years. Dude is in his 40s, chronically unemployed with no education and no credentials. Living in his family's basement in New Haven CT, literally.

Mike invents these fancy titles for himself as a way to get chicks, especially significantly younger chicks who don't know any better.

Quite an entertaining character regardless.
Richter said…
That doesn’t sound like the Mike Carrano I know. He lives in New Haven, but he’s not unemployed and he doesn’t live in his parents basement. His parents are divorced. He’s a published author, developed a self-help company, and he works as a business consultant for an insurance company. I highly doubt he is doing this to impress women.
Anonymous said…
Richter, perhaps things have changed for him vocationally. Everything I wrote about him remained the case up until recently. I should've specified it was his mom's basement - as you are right to say his parents are divorced. His younger adopted brother lived there as well along with his mom's dog(s). I wouldn't say that Mike is a shitty human being, I just sorta find him to be troubled and a bit misguided. And all those titles you described sound way better than the pretentious yet paradoxically meaningless "experimental systems philosopher" jargon. Fyi anybody can write a book; my friend's mom published a book recently.

Listen, I won't deny that Mike is very intelligent and even gifted. I hope his ADHD is a bit more under wraps these days. Not trying to knock his accomplishments; we all struggle and take a while to find our way. But, a self help company? Somebody without adequate education and training in the self help field should not be in the coaching business.

No surprise that Sarah Afshar is Mike's exact type in chicks, by the way.
Croissant said…
Carrano is a life coach? Does a life coach really need any academic credentials? They are all over social media these days. I see them everywhere and most of them don’t even have a college degree. Do you know Michael personally? From what I heard, in between 2020-2021 over 10 of Carrano’s friends and family members died. I would say that makes him someone who has a purpose. I’m not defending him but there are many who can possibly relate and if he struggled he can use his empathy and knowledge to guide those who are grieving.
Richter said…
I’ve known Mike for years. I don’t see how his credentials mean so much when he wants to help people and has made it his mission to seek the truth. I know he lived with both his mom and dad years ago but from what I know he bought a house a few years ago. How do you know him exactly?
Anonymous said…
M.A. Carrano is on TikTok under the pseudonym ‘Sacred.Cruelty’. His constant mention of Joe Rogan is a little weird and even off putting. Some of his videos don’t make sense. He comes across as a narcissistic mobster who tries way too hard and is possibly hiding something. He comes across intelligent and seems to portray himself to be polymathic. I don’t understand his occupation. What exactly is a system’s theorist? Is this a modern term for philosopher?
Anonymous said…
I suspect he can afford to since his family has ties to the mob. Vincent Palermo’s nephew I do believe is Carrano’s dad. I think Carrano’s dad died several years ago. He visits Texas because Palermo lives there.
Anonymous said…
That sounds fishy honestly. Not saying I doubt that story but that’s a bit far fetch to believe considering that guy was the inspiration behind the Tony Soprano character on the Sopranos TV show. I have to admit, it sounds like something Carrano made up for clout and to further his career in the self help field.
Anonymous said…
Nope. It’s true. His uncle is Vinny Palermo. I saw him post on his profile. MA Carrano is working as a life coach and writer. Personally I thought he did great on this podcast episode. He has every right to work as a life coach. He’s not hurting anyone. I don’t see what the issue is.
Anonymous said…
MA Carrano is Vincent Palermo’s nephew. 100% confirmed!