Actor Terrence Howard announced that he is set on building the Milky Way galaxy sans gravity, among other Herculean feats.
What does that even mean?
Howard, who appeared Sunday on an Emmy red carpet, gave a questionable response as to what he planned on doing after his retirement.
"Empire" wrapped up in 2019 after its fifth year in production, and shortly afterward, Howard announced that he would be retiring from the entertainment industry.
During the red carpet interview, Howard said that he was ready to spread truth, which included "the science that Pythagoras was searching for," and building the Milky Way "without gravity."
"Everyone keeps trying to tell me 'Don't say it's forever,'" he said, referring to his September retirement announcement, "but I've spent 37 years pretending to be people so people can pretend to watch and enjoy what I'm doing, when I've made some discoveries in my personal life with the science that Pythagoras was searching for."
He continued, "I was able to open up the flower of life and find the real wave conjugations that we've been looking for for 10,000 years. Why would I continue walking on water for tips when I've got an entire generation to teach a whole new world?"
Howard went on to expound on his remarks about Pythagoras and science.
"All energy in the universe is expressed in motion, all motion is expressed in waves, all waves are curved," he continued. "So where does the straight lines come from to make the platonic solids? There are no straight lines. So, when I took the flower of life and opened it properly, I found a whole new world of wave conjugations that expose the in-between spaces that — it's the thing that holds us all together."
Howard said that he had plans to tell the public just what this all means.
"On Tuesday, when I receive my star, I'm going to be able to prove that gravity is only an effect, not a force," he said. "I'm putting something on YouTube where I will build the planet Saturn without gravity, and build the Milky Way Galaxy without gravity."