His name is Ryan Chester and in 2015 when he was 18 years old Ryan won a prize of 400000$ for explaining the theory of relativity in a magnanimous way on youtube (check it out below).
In 2015, Ryan Chester made a 7-minute video explaining Einstein’s Special theory of relativity.Chester’s video won the Breakthrough Junior Challenge, earning a $400,000 prize. Of this money, Chester took home a $250,000 scholarship; his suburban Cleveland school got $100,000 for a new science lab; and Chester’s favorite teacher, Richard Nestoff, a physics teacher at North Royalton High, went away with $50,000. Not too shabby for a YouTube clip.
If you need to be convinced that Chester’s video is worth all this cash, just check it out below. Spoiler: Yes, it really is that good. In the award-winning video, Chester uses real-life demonstrations to describe the otherwise complex science term soup that is Einstein’s ground-breaking 1905 theory. He uses a bowl of popcorn, a moving van, cute on-screen graphics, and more to make this heady topic relatable, clear, and — dare we say it? — simple.SEE ALSO: The Phone That Works Without a Battery.
Check out the video:https://web.archive.org/web/20210112222316if_/https://www.youtube.com/embed/CYv5GsXEf1o?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent
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