An 18-year-old boy has won $250,000 (£165,442) for his brilliant explanation of Einstein's Theory Of Relativity.
We use the word brilliant because his explanation will mostly likely put your GCSE physics teacher to shame.
Ryan Chester, received the prize money for a seven-minute clip which he submitted for the Breakthrough Prize, founded by Google's Sergey Brin and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.
As part of the prize, Chester won money for his school North Royalton High, Ohio including $100,000 for a new science lab and $50,000 for his physics teacher.
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The genius student also set Twitter alight with his achievement:
Ryan Chester proves that life isn't about gpa and grades. It's about taking the initiative and doing amazing things. Congrats Ryan— radishsick (@Mirandarad) November 9, 2015
no school for ryan chester day???— Jordyn Rozek (@rozek_jordyn) November 9, 2015
PSA: Ryan Chester day on Thursday! Everyone wear a curly wig :-))— Angela Humbel (@ang_christine_) November 9, 2015
Ryan Chester you make us all proud !!!— Sam Raudins (@sam_raudins) November 9, 2015
Congrats Ryan Chester on winning the junior Breakthrough Challenge!!!!!!— Mihali sevastakis (@littlesevs1) November 9, 2015
Is there anything Ryan Chester can't do ?!?!— gina wagner ✨ (@GinaWagnerr) November 9, 2015
Chester described his win as "awesome." According to the Independent, he said the money would help him avoid accumulating debt in the future.
“A ton of possibilities are open. Before, I was worried about graduating with debt, and I don’t have to worry about that now,” he said.
His category, the Breakthrough Junior Challenge, received more than 2,000 applications from 86 countries.