Media in the United States released the story of a two-year-old girl named Kill Quest, who joined the American Mensa Gifted Association, becoming the youngest member today.
That institution was founded in England years ago and only accepts people who have an IQ greater than 98% of the world’s population.
In the case of Quest, it was recently found to have a IQ of 146, which is similar to Marc Zuckerberg (157), founder of Facebook, and of Albert Einstein (160), the most important physicist of modern times and author of the Theory of Relativity.
The little girl lives in the city of Los Angeles (California) with her mother, Sukhjit Athwal, who told CNN that he noticed several months ago that his daughter was ahead of children her age.
In his testimony, Athwal argued Kashe already recognizes the traditional alphabet, numbers, object shapes and colors. Those breakthroughs began when he was 18 months old.
To this are added recordings where the girl counts to 100, moments in which she manages to express herself in sign language, reads and even recognizes elements in the Periodic Table.
Trevor Mitchell, executive director of American Mensa, said that from the agency they are “delighted” that the girl has joined as the youngest member.
“I am proud to have Kashe and to be able to help her and her parents with the challenges that gifted youth face”, stated in a statement.
For his part, Sukhjit Athwal indicated that his goal is for the minor to have a calm and normal childhood, as far as possible.
However, he also made it clear that in the future he will allow her to advance courses during her education process, according to what Kashe deems appropriate.