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In a fun, excited talk, teenager Henry Lin looks at something unexpected in the sky: galaxy clusters. By studying the properties of the universe’s largest pieces, says the Intel Science Fair winner, we can learn quite a lot about our own world and galaxy.

Talk by Henry Lin.

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Adeel A. Ahmad

February 26, 2020

What a fascinating, interesting young man. Well done! Enjoyed every second!

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Minh Nguyen Thi Hong

February 26, 2020

Dankeschön ♥️

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Brooks Smitha

February 26, 2020

Went to middle school with this guy

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Matthew Lim、

February 26, 2020

this guy is damn hoTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

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Jordy Molina Zambrano

February 26, 2020

Such a great talk!

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Jordy Molina Zambrano

February 26, 2020

I love to see what you can learn if you listen to Lil' Pump

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necromancer

February 26, 2020

Many kid fall asleep while listening this genius guy!!!

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VoidzExcel

February 26, 2020

my name is Henry lin lol

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Matthew McLaren

February 26, 2020

No matter how smart you are, cosmology of this kind is all guesswork and a house of cards!

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Weihang Bi

February 26, 2020

哇,大兄弟好厉害,而且还这么年轻

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Yuan Tommy

February 26, 2020

There's always one guy like that in the science class.

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Ganesh Kendre

February 26, 2020

most of the universe isnt made of atoms, i was expecting 'its made of ions"

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Shareef Hasan

February 26, 2020

Who can help me to practice English with him this is my number in what's up 967777209655

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The World Inside

February 26, 2020

The crowd looks like a bunch of meatheads.

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star moon

February 26, 2020

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TrueSalvation

February 26, 2020

It shows the majesty of God ho states that he know all the stars of the universe each by name, try to wrap your mind around that, may my Lord and God Jesus the creator of everything bless you all.

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aRMy

February 26, 2020

i like hw the galaxy looks like and i have a dream to be a space scientist.

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rennin1

February 26, 2020

Even though the "faster horses" quote has been often attributed to Henry Ford, there is no record of him having ever said it.

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Connor

February 26, 2020

I went to middle school with this guy. He is in fact the smartest individual I've had the privilege of knowing. He even had his own day at school called "Henry Lin Day".

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Tarunbir Singh

February 26, 2020

why do most galaxies are 'bright' at their 'centres' , especially spiral galaxies like our own or andromeda galaxy

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Assala Mihoubi

February 26, 2020

I can honestly say that the way this talk was presented by this young man was impressive: great voice controlling, great body language, great eye contact, and most importantly the exciting content of the lesson: What Can we Learn from that magical big big universe! 
Thank you!

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jojimar cabilla

February 26, 2020

he is just guessing.

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ChuDust

February 26, 2020

What a great speaker! He is young but able to invoke curiosity and engage the audience! Can feel his enthusiasm resonating. Hope he succeeds in his field

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Scott Mana

February 26, 2020

"Dark Matter" is just modern day superstition. Basic flaws in our well accepted laws of the universe are yet to be worked out as was true of every era before this one. It was a shame that guys like this kid were allowed to do so much to set science back, not forward. As we speak supercomputers being supplied new higher quality images of the universe are crunching the numbers on bigger and bigger areas of the universe and feeding back that "No evidence of Dark Matter or it's influence can be found" in that region of space. Still, learning from your mistakes is the slowest possible way to learn and is no guarantee that your subsequent works will get it right.

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Nikan Redjamand

February 26, 2020

100 million billiion suns or tons?

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Ava Gentry

February 26, 2020

The known universe is expanding at an ever increasing rate because it was created, exists and is expanding inside the heart of a super-massive black hole. It's simple 4th dimensional physics.

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Jason Robertson

February 26, 2020

I love that quote by Mr. Ford

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Captain Oblivion

February 26, 2020

Everything in the universe has gravity according to the laws of physics. This means however so slightly or greatly, everything is pulling upon everything else. Gravity essentially continues forever but gets weaker the further it goes. Things so massive as stars and even more massive galaxy clusters are pulling with such a great combined force that they can bend light that passes through. Even our earth bends the light of the sun. We use his fact to see bits and pieces past other giant objects because what we can see is bent around the object because of its gravity and we can see some things behind it. I know it's amazing.

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Michel Etienne Sartre

February 26, 2020

is it just me? i think his voice somehow does not match with his face.. i mean his voice sounds more mature than what he looks like… 

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Saul

February 26, 2020

Good job Henry

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Cami Giulietti

February 26, 2020

Fuck you Forum Light.

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M Avila

February 26, 2020

Lol asian kid

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K

February 26, 2020

Wow good for him dang

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RenieLuvuc

February 26, 2020

And here I thought I was the only one with an issue with the audience. Ahahahaha.

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Chani Mcgrath

February 26, 2020

Omg, it's Henry Lin from Sons of Anarchy 😀

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Punkyjes194

February 26, 2020

He's so cute when he got excited about what he was talking about 🙂 The Universe is just SOO huge. It hurts to think about it at times, but at other times – it makes me appreciate being alive – being able to experience and be apart of this gigantic space.

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BoulderOpal

February 26, 2020

He is a very good speaker, and makes a good argument for the study to understand the world around us.

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Jenny Tokumei

February 26, 2020

Learn from galaxies far, far away? This BETTER be an instruction on telekinesis and building laser swords!

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T Tanizawa

February 26, 2020

Heheheheh…."Probing the very big"…..heheheheheh.

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Adam -亚当-

February 26, 2020

There are humans moaning about Ukraine, worrying about the economy, fighting over colours and borders… if they spent a little more time in education understanding how much massively more bigger and complex the things are outside of our blue dot it might bring us together.

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sageyash

February 26, 2020

These kids in the bean bags pissed me off.

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