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12 year old boy with higher IQ than Einstein develops his own theory of relativity Watch

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    (Original post by FilthyYouth)
    Yeh I love Karl Pilkington
    OMG LOL, perhaps the best comment in existence! I LOVE YOU
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    i guess he is clever! but don't you guys agree he is showing off in that video in Daily mail........i mean pretending like John Nash in A Beautiful Mind....writing in windows....similar to a scene in Social Network too.
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    (Original post by lukejoshjedi)
    Wrong. Carl Marx - hence communism.... duh!
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    (Original post by DdotT)
    I'm sure he will, but i imagine i'll be more useful then certain people. Take a hint?
    Hmm. I'm quaking in my virtual boots.
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    (Original post by Mask Of Sanity)
    Why yes, yes I am. :holmes:

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    Damn, so there's not a uni with that crest? I'm disappointed.

    Though, FTR, I think you'd be a Ravenclaw myself. :teeth:
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    (Original post by Unbiased Opinion)
    Damn, so there's not a uni with that crest? I'm disappointed.

    Though, FTR, I think you'd be a Ravenclaw myself. :teeth:
    Unfortunately not. :sigh: I may put the actual crest later...

    :zomg: Why? :zomg:
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    What country is he from?
    Einstein had an IQ of 150, which isnt considered Genius by some scales. Most Scales state that genius is 180+
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    (Original post by Mask Of Sanity)
    Unfortunately not. :sigh: I may put the actual crest later...

    :zomg: Why? :zomg:
    What is the actual crest? Bath Medical School? :adore:

    Ok, I take that back. You're a Hufflepuff.
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    That's pushy parents for you. Child geniuses who are social retards.
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    Reminds me of that indian surgeon kid Akrit Jaswal who performed surgery at 7.
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    (Original post by Hopple)
    That's pushy parents for you. Child geniuses who are social retards.
    It's better than being popular but an actual retard.
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    It's better than being popular but an actual retard.
    There is a middle ground...
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    Bet he's not good at sports though :awesome:

    Nah, good luck to the little dude, hopefully he can save the world
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    (Original post by channy)
    ...sheldon?
    I lol'd.
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    "But far from complaining, Jake has turned the sleepless nights to his advantage - debunking the big bang theory."

    Right........
    Really, he's attempting to, but getting nowhere, otherwise it'd be bigger news.
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    Thank you, Daily Mail, for restoring my insecurities about my intelligence.
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    (Original post by Dirac Delta Function)
    Why do people make these silly comparisons with Einstein. Who cares if he's young, he hasn't done anything original has he? Ruth Lawrence came top of her year at Oxford and got a starred first at age 13 - whcih she did in two years, what's she done? Not much by the standard of an average UK maths professor.
    That's the media for you. It's a fun story - one that's much easier to write and is far more accessible than a story about incomprehensible cutting-edge mathematics done in collaboration (mostly) by boring middle-aged men.
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    If he's so clever why have they got a video of him showing us simple A level maths? Surely a video on his supposed theory of relativity would have been better?
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    (Original post by Hopple)
    There is a middle ground...
    Life wouldn't be great if everyone were in the middle ground.
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    Has no one else questioned why he's writing on the window? Or am I abnormal?
 
 
 
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