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The story of the 3 year-old genius girl that is smarter than the most of us - Kiwi Report

The story of the 3 year-old genius girl that is smarter than the most of us


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There have probably been times in your life when friends are talking about a topic of conversation that makes little sense. Be it them talking about the latest hockey scores when you’ve never watched a game in your life, or the best hakarl recipe (yes, it really is a food); it is always horrible to feel outsmarted or isolated from conversations. What about if those topics revolved around the latest advances in biochemistry or pseudorandomness? To be honest, we would be left completely stumped.



Some of the most intelligent people in the world must’ve had an easy time coming up with plenty of conversations and answers to difficult questions. With everything now seemingly based on IQ, it’s not hard to see who has stood out above the rest in history. Marie Curie had an IQ between 180 and 200, William Shakespeare’s was around 210, and Leonardo da Vinci’s IQ was in the range of 180 and 220. All of these famous names produced some incredible work in their times which leaves plenty of hope for the geniuses of today.
However, what if the person leaving you stumped in the conversation hadn’t even started school yet? Well, with as many young Mensans as there are these days it appears as though we are in for a shock as children continue to get smarter and smarter at younger ages with every new generation. Whether it is down to more knowledge about parenting, all the studies into child development, or the addition of technology while growing up, there must be some secret towards the success of the young generation. Alexis Martin sure hasn’t been an exception to this boom in child geniuses and her gift is enough to leave anyone stumped! Alexis has an IQ way above the global average, but the preschooler hasn’t ever had a single lesson – only interaction with her parents and an iPad. So what is the secret behind this youngsters success?
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At just three years old it is hard to imagine doing much other than toddling around or getting into mischief – if people can remember back that far that is. However, it was at this young age that Alexis Martin shot to fame as she was discovered to have an incredibly high intelligence. This wasn’t just for her age either; her IQ was extremely high compared to anyone in the whole world! At only 36 months Alexis had already packed in a lot of knowledge, more than most of us anyway.
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