If you haven't watched student Ryan Chester's video explaining Einsteins Special Theory of Relativity, you should, now it's #awesome #amazing (depending on your frame of reference).

A block buster film may be amazing, it might have a great story, excellent actors, top notch cinematography and effects. By comparison, a home made movie might not be seam so good. But if you are not comparing the two and are focused entirely on one video at a time, a home video such as this one by Ryan Chester will blow you away. It's whats called a frame of reference and when Einstein observed that the effects of time change depending on the frame of reference, I never fully understood the physics of it. Until now. Thanks Chester.