Actor Terrence Howard is either a genius or a madman, we haven’t decided yet.
The Empire actor made some amazing claims while Media Take Out found out about it on a trip to Uganda. According to Terrence, he has developed a new form of physics that allows him to do amazing things that he claims will benefit Africa.
Terrence claimed to have encountered a mathematical “inconsistency” while studying chemical engineering at the Pratt Institute that inspired him to seek a new approach to understanding how the universe works. Media Take Out confirmed that he now wants to use a “new hydrogen technology” to help the country of Uganda defend itself.
During a visit to Uganda, Terrence Howared said
“I went out to explore a new way the universe works and I was able to define the grand unified field equation they were looking for. I was able to define the grand unified field equation they were looking for and translate it into geometry, and with that geometry I was able to support them.”
“What I’m saying is that we have now invented a new form of flying that I would like to bring here to Uganda to replace the drones, replace the helicopters, replace the airplanes. We have all the necessary funds. All we need is fertile ground to build on. This is the geometry of hydrogen. That’s the proton itself. Any bond that hydrogen can make, our pivots can make. We’re talking about unlimited commitment. Infinitely predictable structures, super symmetry, and the fulcrums are now able to behave like a swarm, a colony that can defend a nation, that can harvest food, that can remove plastic from the oceans that children Uganda can give the people of Uganda an opportunity to spread this and sell these products around the world so that we no longer just sell agricultural products and pieces of land.”
Listen as Terrence explains what he has planned:
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