Neil DeGrasse Tyson pays tribute to Orlando in the most science way possible

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PHOTO VIA COSMOS
  • Photo via Cosmos
While most people might post pictures of rainbows to social media, Neil deGrasse Tyson would rather break down the science behind the global symbol of LBGT pride.

As a tribute to the deadliest shooting in U.S. history, which targeted the gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando, the host of Cosmos reached out to The City Beautiful in the best way he knows how, by dropping science on Twitter



Try not to read these in his voice. 




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