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12-Year-Old Genius Expands Einstein's Theory of Relativity

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  1. reflexblue

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    But can he solve the energy crisis, or the Pass Rush problem for the Pats?

    Anyways its pretty amazing what hes done. He taught himself calculus, algebra, geometry and trigonometry in a week, (i don't think so its to other wordly) and is now tutoring fellow college students after hours. He graduated high school at Eight years old, and has graduated or is going to graduate from college at the rip old age of 12.

    12-Year-Old Genius Expands Einstein's Theory of Relativity, Thinks He Can Prove It Wrong

    Read more: 12-Year-Old Genius Expands Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, Thinks He Can Prove It Wrong - TIME NewsFeed

    Could Einstein's Theory of Relativity be a few mathematical equations away from being disproved? Jacob Barnett of Hamilton County, Ind., who is just weeks shy of his 13th birthday, thinks so. And, he's got the solutions to prove it.

    Barnett, who has an IQ of 170, explained his expanded theory of relativity — in a YouTube video. His mother Kristine Barnett, who admittedly flunked math, did what every other mother would do if her genius son started talking mathematical gibberish. She told him to write out the whole thing out on their living room window while she taped her son explaining his theory.

    Jacob Barnett,12, with higher IQ than Einstein develops his own theory of relativity | Mail Online

    By the age of three he was solving 5,000-piece puzzles and he even studied a state road map, reciting every highway and license plate prefix from memory.

    By the age of eight he had left high school and was attending Indiana University
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  2. Harry Boy

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    Re: Is he the Next Einstien?

    He's full of sh!t.

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