This Girl Outsmarts Both Einstein and Hawking

Ophelia has an IQ of 171 points, meaning that she has 11 points more than German-born genius and Nobel Prize winner Albert Einstein, the man who developed the theory of relativity.

Meet Ophelia Morgan-Dew, the three-year-old who can remember things that occurred before she was one year old, and the girl who has an IQ higher than Albert Einstein.

Ophelia spoke her first words when she was just eight months old, and quickly learned numbers, different colors and even the alphabet.

Incredibly, she somehow has the ability to remembers things that occurred before she was even a year old. In comparison, most adults have absolutely no memories before the age of three, and that’s in the best of cases.

The three-year-old is the UK's youngest member of Mensa.
The three-year-old is the UK’s youngest member of Mensa.

Ophelia has an IQ of 171 points, meaning that she has 11 points more than German-born genius and Nobel Prize winner Albert Einstein, the man who developed the theory of relativity.

The three-year-old is the UK’s youngest member of Mensa, which is the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world.

In terms of brainpower, scientists placed her in the top 0.03 percent of the population.

“When our daughter was about eight months old, we realized how brilliant she was,” acknowledged her mother, Natalie Morgan, speaking to the BBC.

“She started saying colors, letter, and numbers very soon, compared to most children,” Ms. Morgan added.

However, it was not until the little girl started daycare when the parents were aware of the situation. At that time, Natalie and her partner, Ben Dew, decided to take Ophelia to a psychologist to understand more about their daughter.

But despite her incredible brainpower and IQ, her parents assure that Ophelia is a three-year-old girl “in many other ways”.

“She likes to run around and play with her cousins, jump on mats … Normal things that children at that age do” explained her father, Mr. Dew.

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