William James Sidis (Born April 1, 1898 - Date of death July 17, 1944) is an all-time intelligent American mathematician with exceptional math and language skills, an average of 290–300 IQ.
He drew the attention of the world public for the first time with his book titled Animate & Inanimate, which he discussed in the thermodynamic context of dark matter, entropy and life that he published in 1920. William was specially bred by his father, psychologist Boris Sidis, who wanted his son to be talented. At the age of eleven he entered Harvard and taught many adult professors.
Born as a great boy, when he was only eight years old, he could speak Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, German and Russian at an advanced level, apart from his native English. He has learned a total of 25 languages throughout his life and created a language called Windergood.
William's intelligence was not believed by some people, but columnists about William's genius published in the New York Times magazine of the time, and the testimonies of successful professors such as Norbert Wiener, Daniel Frost Comstock and William James also proved that William had extraordinary intelligence. it was in nature.
Parents and upbringing (1898–1908)
William James Sidis was born on April 1, 1898 in New York, the only son of the Jewish couple who emigrated from the Russian Empire. His father, Boris Sidis, emigrated to the United States in 1887, the country that most promoted Jews to come to their country, in order to escape the persecution of the pogrom and Jews in Russia.