Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson shared his thoughts on the flaws of the Batman franchise's bat-signal, and some DC fans aren't too happy about it.
Tyson took to Twitter with a photo of the iconic signal, writing that the message only works when it's nighttime and cloudy. "Just occurred to me: The famous Bat-Signal that summons Batman’s crime-fighting skills works only on cloudy nights -- and never in the daytime. Seems to me, a bat emoji sent to Bruce Wayne’s smart phone or even an old fashioned beeper would improve on this," the famed scientist said.
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