Is the world flat? That question was posed by popular rap musician B.o.B. on his Twitter account this past week, prompting angry, but comical video and rap responses by popular science communicator Neil deGrasse Tyson and his musician nephew. What do we really know? A few thousand years ago, Greek philosophers and Phoenician explorers began
This is an interview between Neil DeGrasse Tyson and physicist Brian Cox in which Brian explains to Neil that lightsabers actually could bounce off each other, despite being made of light (previously Neil argued they would just pass through each other with no interaction). Show More Summary
Let me tell you. I was doing some maintenance on the site over the two days or so that the B.o.B vs. Neil deGrasse Tyson Flat Earth Beef of 2016 broke out, and so I missed out on all of the fun. And I couldn’t be happier about that because I CAN’T WITH YOU NIGGAS. […]
Watch as Neil deGrasse Tyson and physicist Brian Cox debate whether two lightsabers which enters in contact would repulse each other. [National Geographic] The post Neil deGrasse Tyson and Brian Cox Geek Out About the Physics of Lightsabers appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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When Elon Musk was 17, he lived off a dollar a day for a month to see if he had what it takes to be an entrepreneur. He explained the experiment to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson in an episode of Tyson's StarTalk Radio podcast: In America it's pretty easy to keep yourself alive. Show More Summary
Then he drops the mic, literally. Boom.
When I posted the video of Neil deGrasse Tyson's appearance on The Nightly Show earlier today, in which he definitively slapped down the idea that's been debunked for more than two millennia that the Earth is flat, I never thought I'd...Show More Summary
YouTube Rapper B.o.B has been creating a stir on Twitter with his hare-brained theories about the shape of the Earth, and as you might expect, Neil deGrasse Tyson is not amused.
The weekend is here, and it’s time once again to enjoy all the nerding you can handle. Like Neil deGrasse Tyson putting an uppity flat-earther rapper fella in his place, which is solidly on a round planet Earth. Also, we’ve got Good Mormon Kids confronting a moral dilemma involving coffee, and a bunch of other
Neil deGrasse Tyson visited Larry Wilmore the other night to send a message to flat-Earth-promoter rapper B.o.B.That sound you hear is your pulse racing because Tyson took off a layer of clothing.
Technically Incorrect: The rapper insists the world is flat. The astrophysicist accuses him of being an anti-intellectual...on Comedy Central of course.
Neil deGrasse Tyson needs to loosen up his vest. Reptiles actually run the worlds' governments in secret. And B.o.B. thinks you should get a lawyer. All of this and so much more in B.o.B.'s "Flatline" diss track decoded. Read more... More about Celebrity, Entertainment, Music, Youtube, and Us
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TMZ have obtained a video. Maybe the video. It seems that we are living in a new Golden Age of Celebrity Feuds, because alongside the Flat Earth Throwdown that is B.o.B vs. Neil DeGrasse Tyson (and how amazing is that...
Beloved astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson just literally dropped the mic on rapper B.o.B Wednesday night following the latter’s insistence to convince the entire world via Twitter that the Earth is flat, the Huffington Post reported. Show More Summary
"That's right B.o.B: When you stand on the shoulders of those who came before, you might just see far enough to realize the earth isn't fucking flat."
The beef between Neil deGrasse Tyson and B.o.B. is both the greatest and stupidest celebrity fight of 2016 so far. On the one side you have a famous astrophysicist who's notorious for pointing out when people are wrong on the Internet. Show More Summary
Rapper B.o.B. recently admitted he thinks our planet is flat. Here is Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s response to this absurdity. “Listen, B.o.B, once and for all. The Earth looks flat because: 1) You’re not far enough away at your size, and...Show More Summary
Neil deGrasse Tyson appeared on the January 27, 2016 episode of The Nightly Show to respond to host Larry Wilmore‘s declaration of a “Code Red Science Emergency.” Tyson used the time to publicly explain to rapper B.o.B. that the Earth is round, not flat as the rapper recently asserted in an extensive rant on […]