By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett has made a questionable post on social media. It’s hard to tell if he’s joking with this post or if he’s dead serious.
Either way, Brissett has responded to tweets from an individual named Garrett Leatham. But, in one of the posts, Brissett says he’s not implying anything.
After exchanging tweets with Leatham, Brissett has not engaged with any other comments on his post.
One thing from Brissett’s question is — if he really wants an answer or just joking — it doesn’t appear to be phrased correctly. Why? In space, there is no temperature, at least none documented.
While there are planets and other things, such as stars, in space that may give off a temperature, they are made up of atoms and molecules that give off a temperature in question. However, in space itself, does not have a temperature.
Why? it does not have these same atoms and molecules to even have a temperature. It is basically an empty space that contains the planets and stars that’s filled with gas.
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