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The Smartest Person Ever Enrolled At Harvard Was Actually An 11-Year-Old Boy

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William Sidis reportedly had an IQ as high as 300 – so why isn’t he a household name?

.....By this time, it seems, Sidis had distanced himself from the parents who had raised him in such a strange fashion. But although he craved anonymity, he could not forego academic life completely. In 1925 he published The Animate and the Inanimate – a theory about the cosmos and how biological life came to exist.

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Born in Long Island public school year in Sweden as exchange student, went to Harvard one year, Cooper Union in NYC as Art student. Have two children, one of whom is rock mogul, the other has three daughters, one of whom has two daughters, making me (more...)
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