$250.000 for a teen girl who simply explained relativity

Smartness is not limited to adulthood phase; kids and teen have proven smartness too if really we took care of them in early stages.
In this article a teen girl story who managed to explain the relativity theories of Einstein in a very simple way in a short video clip.

But first, let us know what relativity is?

The theory of relativity or relativity is one of the most famous theories of modern physics which has been developed by Albert Einstein in the early period of 20th century. There are two theories of relativity, special relativity, and general relativity.

All depends on the principle of relativity put by Galileo Galilee 1636. Special relativity applies to elementary particles and their interactions, describing all their physical phenomena except gravity.

General relativity explains the law of gravitation and its relation to other forces of nature. It applies to the cosmological and astrophysical realm, including astronomy.

The 18-year-old Philippines girl by the name Hillary Diane Andales explained in short videos this theory. These videos led her to win $400,000 in education-related prize money and including $250.000 in scholarship.

Hillary entered a 2016 competition in science and won it by public vote. She even defeated 11.000 competitors.
She focuses in her videos on a difficult scientific topic that even the cleverest people find it hard to explain to non- scientists.
She depended on animations and narrative style to explain time and how you perceive the universe.

Simple and easy stories is her secret of success

She also tends to explain all hard stories in an easy way. It doesn’t surprise me that she won all these awards.
We all love science and are interest in reading and hearing about it but really the writer or storyteller can make it likable or not.

So all creative people out there, thanks so much for your creativity, without it we wouldn’t love science or any other field.
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