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Teen Wins $400,000 For His Video Explaining Einstein's Theory Of Relativity





This is the best explanation ever...

#2 Science

#2 Science

A lot has been written about science already. We know all about every huge scientist the world has ever seen as we've studied about them. But even after studying about all of them for so many years, all that we remember about them is their Names. Isn't it funny? For instance, how many inventions of Newton do you remember? Or what was Einstein's first invention?

You don't remember, do you? Ok another question, What do you remember about Einstein's Theory Of Relativity? Whether you know it or don't, the explanation of this theory is a must watch for everyone. Check out the Video on the next page to see that.

#1 The Video

When we say that this man has won $400,000 just because of his video in which he explains Einstein's Theory Of Relativity, we mean it. This itself shows how brilliant the video is. Finally, Science looks easy to understand. This is as simple as it can get.

Everyone who saw the video loved it. The one's who forget the theory recollected it and appreciated the video. You also check out the video and tell us what you think about it by commenting below.







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