Child Prodigy Adam Kirby, 2, becomes Youngest Ever to Join Genius Club Mensa

We could use another president…one that doesn’t think of blowing up everything or giving huge tax breaks to billion dollar companies!
Move over Obama look at this and think.
The more we encourage creating mediators to talk in new ways to our adversaries, and doing anything other than “dropping a bomb”, the better we will be.
Dropping bombs kills all, even the innocent, women and children.
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
We are all connected on this planet. Let us foster its growth instead of dropping bombs or putting at risk our entire country!
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Children Are Our Future Now!


Little Adam with his family

A TWO-YEAR-OLD child prodigy has become the youngest ever member of Mensa – after an IQ test ranked him smarter than President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron.  Little Adam Kirby has read Shakespeare and learned Japanese, Spanish and French.  The super-intelligent tot notched up an IQ of 141 – 10 points higher than two of the most powerful world leaders.  His parents Dean, 33, and Kerry-Ann, 31, immediately knew their son was different when he toilet trained HIMSELF – after reading a book on the subject aged just one.

 Adam’s other impressive abilities include being able to spell 100 words, reciting most of his times tables up to 10, learning the periodic table and mastering a map-of-the-world puzzle designed to challenge adults.  After receiving his IQ test results, he was invited to join the world’s oldest and most prestigious genius society Mensa.

Dad Dean, an IT consultant…

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