What is Terrence Howard’s New Hydrogen technology in Uganda about?

According to Vice, the former “Empire” actor is presently in Uganda as part of a government initiative to entice investors from the African diaspora to the country.


Howard addressed officials on Wednesday and asserted that he had created a “new hydrogen technique.”

“I was able to identify the grand unified field equation they’ve been looking for, and put it into geometry,” he claimed. “We’re talking about unlimited bonding, unlimited predictable structures, super symmetry.”


Howard went on to say that he could use advanced drone technology to protect Uganda from exploitation and clean the ocean.

In a 2021 press release, he referred to this system as The Lynchpin and stated that the proprietary technology was covered by 86 patents.

What is Terrence Howard’s New Hydrogen technology?

According to Howard, “The Lynchpins are now able to behave as a swarm, as a colony, that can protect a nation, collect food, remove plastics from the ocean, and provide the children of Uganda and the people of Uganda an opportunity to propagate this and sell these items throughout the world.”

The actor has previously made ambiguous statements. One plus one does not equal one, according to Howard, who also claimed to have invented the “Terryology” language of symbols, which he refused to discuss until it had been granted a patent. Howard made these claims to Rolling Stone in 2015.

Howard, who briefly left acting in 2019 before coming back in 2020, seems to have turned rewriting history into a side business. According to Vice, when questioned about his impending retirement on the Emmys red carpet in September 2019, he made vague statements that quickly gained popularity on social media.


He continued, “You know, I’ve made some breakthroughs in my own personal life with the science that Pythagoras was looking for.

I was successful in properly opening the flower of life and discovering the authentic wave conjugations that we had been hunting for for 10,000 years.

His most recent assertions on the sovereignty of Uganda and regional pollution are still unclear. Frank Tumwebaze, the minister of agriculture, animal industries, and fisheries, asked Howard to speak and stated that he would “discover Uganda’s distinctiveness and spread the news.”

While Uganda Broadcasting Corporation did publish a portion of Howard’s speech to Twitter and it is currently making the rounds, it is doubtful that this was their intention to promote imprecise claims about the application of “the grand unified field equation” to geometry.