Geno Smith: I may be with Kyrie Irving on 'this whole flat Earth vs. globe thing'
The former Jets and Giants quarterback wants to know whether you think the Earth is round
A short time after Geno Smith retweeted this Saturday from televangelist Joel Osteen -- "Your time is too valuable, your destiny is too great, your assignment too important to get baited into battles that don't matter." -- the former Jets and Giants quarterback posed this question:
Twitter wasted little time responding to Smith, who sounded sincerely like he wanted to get to the bottom of a great debate that was decided more than 2,000 years ago.
This tweet, for example, is proof enough for most of us:
And noted astrophysicist Carl Sagan explained some 40 years ago exactly how Eratosthenes proved the Earth was a sphere.
Smith later tweeted about the Big Bang theory and evolution too.
By Saturday afternoon, the soon-to-be free agent received several thousand Twitter responses before ultimately coming to this conclusion:
So there we have it. Smith thinks the Earth is a globe. No word on where he stands with mermaids and dinosaurs.
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