Terrence Howard Claims To Have Developed A New Hydrogen Technology To 'Defend The Sovereignty' Of Uganda
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Terrence Howard Claims To Have Developed A New Hydrogen Technology To 'Defend The Sovereignty' Of Uganda

Terrence Howard’s recent scientific claim is stirring up a lot of confusion.

VICE reports that the actor claims to have reinvented physics for Uganda’s advantage.

Terrence Howard Shares His Alleged Scientific Findings

Last week during his address to the East African country, Howard revealed his recent findings.

“​I was able to identify the grand unified field equation they’ve been looking for, and put it into geometry,” he said, according to the outlet. 

The outlet also reports: “This, Howard asserted, had led to him developing ‘a new hydrogen technology’ that the country could use to defend itself.”

Furthermore, the “Empire” alum believes that the technology could defend Uganda’s sovereignty.

Howard’s statement is a part of his ongoing visit to Uganda “as part of a broader effort by the country to attract investment from people in the African diaspora.”

Further explanations from Howard on the grand unified field equation have yet to be shared.

Many reactions from Twitter are a mix of confusion and anger.

The Lynchpin

Last year, it was announced that Howard was partnering with Andrew Sobko to revolutionize the technology behind the flight, capability, and power of drones with The Lynchpin — 86 patent-protected proprietary drone system. In addition to his alleged hydrogen technology, he mentioned his project.

“We’re talking about unlimited bonding, unlimited predictable structures, super symmetry,” Howard said. “The Lynchpins are now able to behave a a swarm, as a colony, that can defend a nation, that can harvest food, that can remove plastics from the ocean, that can give the children of Uganda and the people of Uganda an opportunity to spread this and sell these products throughout the world.”

The Actor's History Of Scientific Claims

Per the outlet, this isn’t the first time that Howard’s claims have raised eyebrows.

In 2019, he randomly shared at the Emmys red carpet that he had “made some discoveries in my own personal life with the science that, y’know, Pythagoras was searching for.”

He has also gone on to claim that one multiplied by one equals two and that gravity is an effect, not a cause.