The Broom Challenge Has Taken Over The Internet But It Has Nothing To Do With NASA Or A Special Gravitational Pull

 

The broom has become the biggest viral craze of 2020 but the theory going around about NASA and gravitational pull making your broom stand up is nothing more than a myth.

According to the Internet NASA says today is the only day a broom can stand up on its own because of the gravitational pull.

 

 

After the initial video went viral, hundreds of people have been astonished to learn that they now have the ability to get their broom stand up on its own.

 

 

 

 

The broom-gravitational pull Internet myth isn’t new. Back in 2012, CNN disproved the myth and that you can get your broom to stand up on its own on any given day of the year.

 

 

Some of y’all have never tried to stand a broom up on its own and it shows.

(Yes you can really do this. No, NASA didn’t say anything about it. You can do it all the time.

My Physics degree having ass is having a great time looking at y’all videos and pictures doing this. But it’s not because of the equinox, eclipse, or planet alignment for those saying it. It also can be done almost any day 

— Carlos Enrique Rodriguez Eduardo Montoyo III (@principeloso) February 10, 2020

 

 

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