Joyanna Adams

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The Kids: Brain VS Brawn

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Scientists all over the world have been frantically trying to figure out how to make humans smarter. But once in a while mother nature blurbs kids out with more brains than even our smartest people…putting a hold on brain transformation a few more years.

That’s four-year- old Heidi Hankins, of England…who recently joined Mensa. Hankins has scored an IQ of 159 – just one point beneath the estimated IQ of Albert Einstein, father of the Theory of Relativity, and comparable to the estimated IQ of Stephen Hawking, one of the most noted physicists of the modern age. But it wasn’t Heidi’s bright idea to join Mensa. Her father, Matthew Hankins, 46, a lecturer at the University of Southampton, came up with that one.

“We always thought Heidi was pretty bright because she was reading early. I happen to specialize in measuring I.Q.s in children, and I was curious about her and the results were off the scale.”

Well. of course they were, DAD! (no bias here)

Nobody Wonders: What good all that IQ will do her, when she is one day, all grown up, and happens to run into this young man? Sure, he’s just a couple of years her junior. But, for all of Heidi’s great IQ, I am willing to bet, that it won’t be the IQ that will will be the hormones rushing through her body. That bright IQ of hers will melt into puddles if he evens comes near her and shows just how strong one human can get from doing pull-ups for 22 years straight. He could have the brains of a democrat in heat, and she won’t care.

After all…ask any man with a high IQ what happens when a pretty girl goes by.

If you are like me, you can only imagine what this kid is going to become. They should have a MENSA for superhuman boys.  Nobody Thinks this father was pumping testosterones into  his son’s milk bottles, and just like Heidi’s dad…was going for the records.


And notice, the kids not dumb. He knows he needs to get up on the chair, but he can’t budge it. A few more pushups, and dad will have to put the Kiddie program on the ceiliing.

April 17, 2012 - Posted by | education, humor, Uncategorized | , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. With luck and a good wind, this pretty little girl will follow in the footsteps of one of our mensa members in Oz. Heli Simpson is (was) a child who used her high intelligence talents well, starring in a long-running children’s TV series (Saddle Club) whilst at school and then whilst in her last few years at school represented Australia in the ‘Biochemistry Olympics’ in Beijing. She got a bronze medal. This competition for 16 year olds entailed doing an entire first year undergrad Uni course in Biochemistry in just 6 weeks then competing against several hundered other kids from around the world. She topped off her school years with a pop-record which did quite well. She is now nearing the end of her Medical degree, and when she qualifies she will be very welcome to tend to my old bones.

    She is a beautiful young woman who will no doubt fall in love with a muscled dullard who has lots of money.


    Comment by Amfortas | April 17, 2012 | Reply

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