Stanford Professor Celebrates After Learning his 30 Year Old Big Bang Theory is Proven Correct [VIDEO]
Mar 18, 2014 16:03
Stanford University physics professor Andrei Linde first theorized the cosmic inflation theory 30 years ago to explain the first moments of the Big Bang. So imagine his joy when he found out that his colleagues have just recently proven it with 99.99% certainty.
Andrei’s reaction to learning the exciting news is simply priceless. Watch it below:
But the Big Bang has already been found... in South Korea...:
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