You’ve already heard about how science has a problem reproducing their findings. Well, that reproducibility crisis just produced… a baby?
Toddler admitted into American Mensa has an IQ of 146, makes history as youngest member
By Cortney Moore, 26 May 2021
A 2-year-old girl has just made history as the youngest member of American Mensa.
California native Kashe Quest has an IQ of 146 and was accepted into the high-IQ society, according to Fox 11 Los Angeles.
That’s the name a ghetto queen would give her daughter. Not many supergeniuses come out of the projects.
Consistent with my suspicion. This is the only picture of her that doesn’t overexpose the color of her skin, like this:
There are several serious problems here, not least being the image problem that as of yesterday, not all Mensa members are potty-trained. Let’s dig deeper.
Kashe, who is nearing the age of 3, has made several academic strides that many toddlers her age have yet to reach.
According to Fox 11, Kashe can count to 100, identify all 50 U.S. states by shape and select elements on the periodic table.
Her communication abilities are also advanced with 50 sign language signs memorized so far in addition to learning English and Spanish and how to read.
While one report published by Harvard Medical School states that “babies are primed to learn language—any language—while still in the womb, and are born ready to continue the task,” most people begin to learn to read in early elementary school grades.
I don’t care about Harvard. I care about what testing authority thinks a toddler’s “146 IQ” means anything at all. Hmm… Fox11 and Mommy are the only certifiers mentioned in any of several articles I’ve checked.
However, Athwal noted that Kashe shares many behavioral similarities with other toddlers her age – including negotiations and tantrums. The main difference is that Kashe can understand what is being told to her more so than her young peers, Athwal explained to Fox 11.
I got questions:
- Why does daughter’s name not match Mommy’s name? Where’s daddy?
- How might Mensa virtue-signal equity with black people OTHER than a stunt like this?
- Why are children not allowed to be children anymore?
Sukhjit Athwal… Hindu not half-black, so I’m wrong to the extent of this being a massive virtue-signal… unless Kashe is adopted, which I can neither confirm nor deny… ooh, she’s a published author! Her bio from Amazon:
As a mother and published author to a 2 year old & with 10+ years in the childcare field, Sue Athwal holds a valid Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, with a degree in Liberal Arts and Psychology, and a Childcare Program Director’s Permit.
A woman specializing in babies… okay. No red flags.
As the Founder of The Modern Schoolhouse, and Co-founder of The Modern Mom & Baby, she had the opportunity to work with organizations such as Make A Wish Foundation and Big Brothers & Sisters Club, while playing in the NCAA.
Volleyball in college, in California.
With innovative teaching practices and self-created curriculum, Sukhjit is well-known for promoting early education, and helps children reach their full learning potential. She has also privately worked with students in their toddler years, who have then qualified for John Hopkins Center of Talented Youth & Mensa by the age of 5. With the wealth of knowledge and demand of high-quality childcare in need, Sue became inspired to create the same content she has used with other gifted children and make it accessible for all other children to learn.
Uh-oh. A woman who specializes in recognizing and tutoring child prodigies, who boasts of being connected with famous organizations, when her turn came to have a baby, had the youngest child prodigy ever recognized by the famous organization Mensa?
Either she figured out how to train literally any child into a genius before they’re out of diapers… or she used her means, motives and opportunities to falsify her child’s intellectual achievements, and Mensa went along with it because they’re dangerously short on vibrant membership.
How long until she’s investigated? Will Mensa feel stupid when the truth comes out? I cracked this mystery with the original post and a page off Amazon… and I’m just a midwit.
A midwit who knows that babies aren’t rocket scientists.