The world knows Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking, Leonardo Da Vinci, among others to be some of the brightest minds in history. However, there are three others that have solidified their places as geniuses in the world and they are no where near having graduated from college.
Ramarni Wilfred, Anala Beevers, and Alannah George have been confirmed as having the highest IQs ever in the world. And of course, they are all members of Mensa, a society comprised of those who possess genius level IQs.
Sixteen-year-old Ramarni Wilfred has an IQ score of 162, higher than that of Albert Einstein’s and Stephen Hawking’s.
Did we mention that his IQ is also higher than that of Bill Gates? According to Face 2 Face, this amazing young man was only 10-years-old when he wrote a paper on the philosophy of fairness.
The east London schoolboy hopes to attend Oxford University with the desire to become an astrophysicist.
At just four years old, New Orleans resident Anala Beevers scored a 145 IQ. By the time she was 10 months old, Anala could identify and point to each letter of the Alphabet. At 18 months, she was bilingually reciting numbers in both English and Spanish. By the time that she was five-years-old, she could recite the names of every state in North American with its capital as well.
So, just what is Anala in to now? Well, according to Daily Mail, the tiny genius loves to recite the names of the planets and dinosaurs.
Alannah George is not your ordinary four-year-old. With an IQ score of 140, this UK resident is the second youngest member of Mensa.
Obsessed with words and numbers from the start, she taught herself to read before she started school. Instead of singing nursery rhymes with her friends, Alannah prefers reciting the alphabet and times tables.
We cannot wait to see what the future holds for these three amazing young people. We have no doubt that it is going to be amazing.
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