You've got to hand it to NASA for taking the time to answer this little kid's questions and potentially inspiring him to pursue a path of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in the future.
I wanna know where this kid is in 20 years. I bet he's on Mars. Doesn't take much to encourage a positive future. Just take the time...
'A British schoolboy was over the moon when NASA responded to his space questions in a personal video.
'Lucas Whiteley, from Wrenthorpe, West Yorkshire, recorded three questions for the US space agency with the help of his dad.
'NASA research engineer Ted Garbeff recorded a ten-minute response, thanking the four-year-old for his questions and giving him a virtual tour of a base in Mountain View, California.' (Metro article).
That said, the NASA engineer - at the end of the video - doesn't explain how to get on with your classmates if all your classmates are fucking assholes. But otherwise this is a very inspiring video methinks.