Mar 30, 2011

12-year-old may Prove Einstein Wrong

Posted Mar 30, 2011
I was reading an article on Yahoo and Time about a 12-year-old savant who theorizes regarding the theory of relativity. He has been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, a type of autism disorder, and has an IQ of 170. I wonder how his mind works, or how would a conversation with his girlfriend go. Him: I think emc2 is wrong Her: ???? Him: Light shouldn't travel in a straight line Her: What light?

He was already taking astrophysics classes at the age of eight, and is now being recruited by Indiana University for a paid research. I bet by now he's having a hard time sleeping thinking about how wrong those astrophysics equations are. He has a theory that may debunk the big bang, but all my IQ of 130 understood when I watched the video was he was still working on the details. This kid is amazing! But I don't wish I had his IQ, that would be very very sad; all those questions and sleepless nights. But would it be worth a Nobel prize? Hehe

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