When I’m really interested in something, I get super-focused on that. And I can spend hours upon hours not getting tired of reading about it and still be interested to learn more about it. And that is very common for people on the autism spectrum. And yeah, and it just—I think that was one of the reasons why, why I was one of the few who really reacted to the climate crisis, because I couldn’t connect the dots why people were just going on like before and still saying, 'Yes, climate change is very important.' I don’t get that double moral, in a way, the difference from between what—between what you know and what you say and what you do, how you act. And for me, it’s called cognitive dissonance. And I don’t really—I, in a way, I walk the walk. If I decide to do something, then I do it.