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Two years ago, we met the science teacher we wish we had. Her name is Samatha Kranthijanya and at that time she was just 6 years old, yet captivated us with her charismatic explanation of dark matter using cake and candy as her props. Now 8, the aspiring Nobel Laureate is back to explain and demo  with liquid nitrogen and seriously gloved hands – superconducting levitation, or as she calls it… “a super cool thing in physics.”

Equal parts scientist, historian, and kid, Samatha, in all her infectious enthusiasm (ta da!, weeeeeeee!), has an amazing ability to make really complex subjects like this one easy to understand and fun. So watch and learn.

For more awesome videos from Samatha, visit her YouTube channel.