Jean-Baptiste Franklin is known as the smartest child in the world. The young French man has "three brains which, together, enable him to reach an intelligence coefficient aged 379 to 10 years," according to various sources, among them the secret news website.
John the Baptist, at this age, is twice as smart as Einstein. A real dowry! These three brains allow him "through a unique brain feature worldwide to have three intellectual abilities."
The three sacred books, the 'Bible, the Koran and the Torah within less than three hours' are memorable to John the Baptist. Albert Einstein's theory on relativity and the whole of canticle mechanics is the main thing that he masters. He "does string theory at university for a few years" at a young age.
He also holds three degrees in university. However, in sports and in particular football, these ambitions are more advanced.
Source: https: //www.google.com/amp/s/secretnews.fr/enfant-plus-intelligent-monde-trois-cerveaux/amp/
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