Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, right, prepares to flip the ball to running back Mike Davis in the second half of Sunday night’s win over Philadelphia. Officials ruled the controversial play backward and thus legal, though it appeared to perhaps be forward and worthy of an uncalled penalty. Tuesday, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explained why.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, right, prepares to flip the ball to running back Mike Davis in the second half of Sunday night’s win over Philadelphia. Officials ruled the controversial play backward and thus legal, though it appeared to perhaps be forward and worthy of an uncalled penalty. Tuesday, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explained why. Ted S. Warren AP
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, right, prepares to flip the ball to running back Mike Davis in the second half of Sunday night’s win over Philadelphia. Officials ruled the controversial play backward and thus legal, though it appeared to perhaps be forward and worthy of an uncalled penalty. Tuesday, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explained why. Ted S. Warren AP

“Galilean Transformation.” Of course! Neil deGrasse Tyson responds to Russell Wilson flip play

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