Evolution in Process!? The Seven Year Old Boy with an IQ of 176
Increasing reports of children with exceptional intelligence across races might be the new norm – God’s way of endowing humanity at a time when humanity is too dumbed down to find the answers to the problems we have created. Let’s pray they do not get waylaid by repeating the patterns of our mistakes or force fed a diet of concepts that prevents them from developing their true potential.
Born to a Ph.D father and a mother with double master’s degree, Pranav Veera, has a photographic memory which enables him to do a lot even many adults cannot do. Indian-American born Pranav Veera from Ohio, USA was only six years-old he could recite the names of the U.S. presidents in the order they served in office. He was already able to say the alphabet backward and if you gave him a date back to 2000, and he would tell the day of the week.
His mother and grandmother, Shanta Sastri, work with him at home. They are guided by his focus and interests
“The way to get him interested is to associate something with numbers, like presidents’ birthdays … and when they came into office,” his mother said.
“Once we introduced him to the idea, he was asking more and more questions, so we created a spreadsheet for him in Excel, and he keeps on asking us to add more types of information to it, like sort them in the order that they came into office, sort them in the order when they were born,” she said.
In prekindergarten, his teacher had him do more challenging work, such as division and telling time. In kindergarten, his classmates are learning the alphabet and numbers up to 100. He’s counting over 1 million.
“He’s an amazing child,” said Marci Taylor, his teacher at McCormick Elementary in the Milford School District. “He knows so much, yet he’s probably more excited about learning than any child I’ve ever seen. He shakes with excitement.”
When asked what he wants to be when he grows up, Pranav says: ‘An astronaut.’
His parents tested him at Powers Educational Services in Hyde Park, Ohio.
“I said, ‘Let’s try it out, because he seems to do a lot of stuff kind of not quite normal for his age,’ ” his father said.
Tests revealed that Pranav has an IQ of 176. One person in 1 million has an IQ of 176 or above. Albert Einstein’s IQ was believed to be about 160. The average IQ is 100.
Pranav has even created a website called Puzzle Solutions
In the same period:
- Fabiola Mann
Age tested: 15
IQ score: 162
Fabiola, who was born in Goa, India, but currently lives in the U.K., recently begged her parents to pay the fee and let her take Mensa’s IQ test. The 15-year-old “has a purple belt in karate and is now taking tae kwon do in school,” says Forbes. She enjoys the classic genius hobby of chess, plays the piano and guitar, and can sing as well. “Yes, she is a human being and not an Indian cyborg.”
- Olivia Manning
Age tested: 12
IQ score: 162
“Everyone knew 12-year-old British schoolgirl Olivia Manning was smart,” says Madeline Holler at Babble. A quick learner, she required only 24 hours to learn all her lines for a performance of Macbeth. But even she was “surprised when the results of an IQ test came back,” and she scored a 162 — higher than astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and yes, Einstein himself. Manning’s classmate Lauren Gannon achieved an astounding score as well, 152. Both girls have been admitted into Mensa, a club for the world’s smartypants.
- Jacob Barnett
Age tested: 12
IQ score: 170
At age 2, Jacob Barnett was diagnosed with a mild form of Asperger’s. Turns out, he was just functioning at a higher level than everyone else. Jake, who appears to have an affinity for wearing caps backwards, is already taking advanced college math and astrophysics classes near his home in Indiana. As revealed during a 2011 appearance on Glenn Beck’s Fox News show, Jacob would like to become a professor at a high-ranking college and make high-level math textbooks easier to understand. In a video clip posted online, Jake gives a breezy lesson in advanced calculus to “help you overcome your math phobias.” He’s been taking advanced college math and astrophysics classes near his home in Indiana, but unfortunately has been courted by a high-powered research laboratory near Princeton University.
4. Victoria Cowie
Age tested: 11
IQ score: 162
Victoria Cowie, another British schoolgirl, “isn’t glued to her studies,” says her mother. “She loves drama and music and plays football too.” But the young girl scored a whopping 162 on her IQ test in 2011, and has been offered scholarships from high-ranking secondary schools. Victoria’s mother Alison, 44, told the Daily Mail: “We are just a normal family, we
haven’t cracked the whip. When it comes down to it she’s still a child and we have always said she only does what she wants to do.”
When asked what she wants to be when she grows up, Victoria says she’d like to work with animals and become a vet.
“5 kids smarter than Albert Einstein” theweek.com/article/index/235012/%20http:/www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2012/10/14/karate-chopping-indian-girl-smarter-than-einstein/