Terrence Howard Says He Owns a Virtual Reality Patent

Appearing on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the Oscar-nominated actor also claimed that he could “kill gravity.”

Academy Award nominee Terrence Howard claims that he owns a trailblazing virtual reality patent.

Making an appearance on “The Joe Rogan Experience”, Howard claimed ownership of the patent in what can only be described as an interesting three-hour conversation.

“The entire AR VR world was built off of my first patent that was abandoned because I paid $260,000 for the worldwide patent, but then my lawyers kept sending me these maintenance fees and annuities and I’m like, these folks are just tryna shake me down. I’m not gonna pay this,” Howard explained.

“It’s still making money. This patent has earned over 7 trillion dollars and you didn’t get a piece and I haven’t gotten a penny of it,” he added.

Howard also shared that he could “kill gravity” and he shared that he could debunk the Pythagorean Theorem.

“We’re about to kill gravity. We’re about to kill their God, gravity, and they don’t want that,” Howard told Rogan, showing him a video of how “linchpins” can rid Saturn of gravity.

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“And it has the rings with no animation. It has the rings and the hexagon that’s observed at the very top of it without dark matter, without dark energy, without gravity, showing that it’s an outward, inward, outward force pushing down that creates the planet.”

Joe Rogan responded, “If you’re right, so many people are wrong.”

In describing the episode, Rogan said the interview was “one of the most interesting conversations [he’s] ever had.”

“It’s a wild one, and I’m sure there’s going to be a lot of mixed reviews, but as crazy as some of the things this man is saying are, he’s clearly brilliant, and if he’s right it’s going to change the world,” the Daily Express reports.

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