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This Teenager Just Won $400,000 For His Video Explaining Einstein's Theory Of Relativity

Ryan Chester is from North Royalton in Ohio, submitted his video for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge (BTJC), which offers students aged thirteen to eighteen (13-18) to share their curiosity and interest for math and science with the entire world. The competition got over 2,000 proposals from 86 different part of the world.


After being pointed down to fifteen (15) qualifiers, Ryan Chester accomplished to wrangle the lead and brilliance. Ryan Chester collected the script, filmed, edited, and created all the visual effects and motion graphics for his video. 


Generally, he won $400,000, $250,000 of which will add to a scholarship, $50,000 to his best teacher Richard Nestoff and $100,000 for his school to fund a science laboratory. Cool!

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