This video deals with over a dozen child geniuses from 2 to 14 including the black kid, Adam Kirby who is the YOUNGEST Member of Mensa EVER (minimum Mensa IQ is 132). 2 1/2 year old Romanieo Jr who knows Science, Physics, Chemistry FAR better than most adults. The self-taught African engineer who, with no training, designed and built water pumping and electricity generating windmills at age 14.
The black teens who are the Youngest to EVER pass the Cambridge University Math exam (at age 8) breaking the record of their older sister who did it at age 9.
The 11 year old college students who is the TOP student in his classes and actually tutors the folder students.
The black girl who passed the MATH GSE exam at age 5 while the 17 and 18 year old students were flunking it.
These are just some of the positive stellar examples of excellence featured on this video.
This video also features the brilliant words of Dr Neil Degrasse Tyso
The basic message is that if you pay attention you will notice that behind each of these kids is an intact nurturing FAMILY consisting of both a mother and a father. Many single parents have also produced intellectual giants (such as the illiterate single mother of Dr Ben Carson who he credits as being THE source behind his success as she told him and his brothers they had to start giving her a new book report each weak in add-on to doing their homework from school in order to watch ANY more television and THAT was the catalyst for him beginning to Love to Learn.)
Sadly many young geniuses are stifled and their true potential is never seen nor recognized by the people around them and in many cases they are held back. The 11 year old college student is a perfect example because he was literally FAILING his public school classes before his parent(S) pulled him out of school and started home-schooling him till he got accepted into Morehouse college and because the TOP student in his classes.
Their are many more examples which shall be featured in other videos but I wanted to keep this one at around 30 minutes. There is a very skilled 2 year old musical prodigy at playing piano at the end.
Both the youngest boy and the youngest girl to ever be accepted into Mensa, the "high IQ society", are black BTW.
BTW ...What truly amazes me to no end is how people with relatively LOW IQ's seem to be the ones most likely to mention race and IQ gaps ad-nauseum in an obvious effort to assuage their personal insecurity over their obvious mediocrity.