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  • Published on Jul 9, 2019

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  • SmarterEveryDay
    SmarterEveryDay 1 week ago

    Andrea (the lab manager) is awesome.

  • KasHxJay
    KasHxJay 1 week ago

    “I’ve been doing this for 39 years and I was just 1 when I started working here that’s my story and I’m sticking to it”

  • Conor Bryant
    Conor Bryant 2 days ago

    I got goosebummps when she pointed at the cabinet in the pristine vault and said, "this is 11" That's so amazingly cool.

  • BooDues Gaming
    BooDues Gaming 2 days ago

    he’s infiltrated the facility. part one of the area 51 assault is complete

  • Aron Michael
    Aron Michael 5 days ago

    She said "i did this back in 1985"

  • Jason Nonn
    Jason Nonn 1 week ago

    I'd like to see an interview with that lady; such an interesting character. Bet she has some great stories.

  • Cameron Ballensky
    Cameron Ballensky 1 week ago

    Andrea- “blah blah blah... Laminar flow.”

  • KANZ00
    KANZ00 1 week ago (edited)

    Next day:

  • Issa Dhariansyah
    Issa Dhariansyah 2 days ago

    You know exactly that "remote area" is in Area 51..

  • J
    J 3 days ago (edited)

    There’s more bureaucracy in this place than there are rocks on the moon.

  • Godly Snake
    Godly Snake 1 week ago

    Anyone else scrolling through the comments looking for flat earthers?

  • DanielCook
    DanielCook 1 week ago

    The second I heard "laminar flow" I immediately felt Destin's stoke levels go through the roof

  • Marco Montalto Monella

    5:44

  • Mr. Nobody
    Mr. Nobody 2 days ago

    fo sure they smokin dem moon rock ;)

  • LETHAL RODGE
    LETHAL RODGE 1 week ago

    "stored in a remote location" , guys i think that is partially what area 51 is guarding!

  • UK NEWS
    UK NEWS 1 week ago

    you managed to keep all the moon rock but you lost the data on going back to the moon

  • Eggrenade
    Eggrenade 1 week ago

    Obviously fake. Real moon cheese would be moldy by now.

  • The Wreckoning
    The Wreckoning 1 week ago

    I'm glad they play with the moon rocks every day. They must be lonely, being separated from the other moon rocks.

  • Jeremiah Roth
    Jeremiah Roth 21 hours ago

    I'd like to know what's been learned from studying these moon rocks.

  • Vikas
    Vikas 21 hours ago

    This shows how people respect things outside than inside us.