8-Year-Old Science Genius Explains Eclipse

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Published on August 18, 2017

We have a total solar eclipse coming up so we invited an eight-year-old science expert from Silver Springs, Maryland named Romanieo Golphin, Jr. to explain what it all means.

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20 comments

  • Jake Psycho 2 years ago

    First

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  • Harsh Dhaliwal 2 years ago

    1

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  • Harsh Dhaliwal 2 years ago

    bitches

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  • Mathew Varga 2 years ago

    Kinda wanna show this to my parents, but then it’ll all be “WOW! This is could’ve been you if you studied enough”

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  • Pabjoe18 2 years ago

    1th

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  • Alexandre Eisman 2 years ago

    What a cool guy !

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  • Okay_Then 2 years ago

    This interview was so awkward🙈🙈

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  • AntoineIbanezgio 2 years ago

    Awesome Kid. But the fact this needs explaining on a TV Show.. -_-

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  • Michael Kim 2 years ago

    Ohhhhhh you can try this at any place. LMAO

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  • Waldo 2 years ago

    whats up bitches

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  • Salvador Zaragoza 2 years ago

    This freaking kid is awesome if only he new how to make me into the flash

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  • mydreamboy 2 years ago

    I wonder…. instead of studying space, why don’t these little geniuses study on how to cure cancer and other diseases. Put their brain to actual more useful things that matter.

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  • Yaeger Drops 2 years ago

    This kid seems like a retard how the hell did he study at the university level…

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  • Yaeger Drops 2 years ago

    *mym mommy told me to smile whenever I talk* *im a child predator*

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  • iBrotic 2 years ago

    HEY WHAT’S UP I LIKE A YOU I LIKE SEX IT’S NICE I ALSO LIKE MY WIFE’S JIMMY KIMMEL

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  • whosurdaddy 2 years ago

    Cutest little kid ever I’m crying 😭

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  • Max Muller 2 years ago

    OMG, hella grudge against Matt Damon

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  • George Plakojohn 2 years ago

    They’re among us

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  • peshawa jalal 2 years ago

    Lovely kid

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  • wickzed productions 2 years ago

    I will be staring into the eclipse to see if its true that I’ll get blind permanently. (All glasses were sold out)

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