Congratulations Carson Huey-You…

Carson Huey-You graduated yesterday from Texas Christian University with a degree in physics and dual-minors in Chinese linguistics and Applied Math.  He enters graduate school next fall en route to a Phd in Quantum Mechanics.

Oh yeah, well, he’s 14-years-old ….and on pace to achieve his Phd in physics and applied and theoretical sciences before he will be old enough to vote.

…”It is just something I have learned to deal with because, to me, I am not a genius. I am a normal 14-year-old person doing college-level stuff.”

Carson wants to get a doctorate, teach and test some of his ideas.

“Quantum mechanics deals with very, very small-scale things,” Huey-You said. “Even, a lot of the times, past microscopic level so you get electrons, protons, neutrons — even smaller than that going into quarks.” …  “Smartphones, computers, electronics — all of that stuff runs on quantum mechanics,” he explained.“If you want smaller technology that fits into smaller spaces, then that’s really where to look.”    (read more)

 

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151 Responses to Congratulations Carson Huey-You…

  1. sundance says:

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    • The Popcorn Tape says:

      Texas: Where stuff gets done.

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      • Daniel says:

        Ehh…also that massive amount of leftism.

        I hope he soon figures out there is no such thing as electrons and that the way forward with smaller, low-powered electronics is not merely smaller scale but a fundamental change against our requirement for singular path accuracy. It’s actually a waste of a great mind to let them just copy whatever people before them have done which is largely what today’s sciences encourage. (Science by consensus is not science, it’s dogma)

        I could go on but it’d fill too much space here. There is a reason the brain uses as little power as it does.

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        • deplorablegracie says:

          Ha! If there’s ever a time to buck the “establishment” it’s in the Trump era!

          Calling all “out of the box” thinkers!😃 Many think in pictures and hence can “see” things at different angles in their mind, processing information at a faster speed than most, which also lends itself to greater instincts. Many become engineers, scientists, CEOs, and PRESIDENTS! 😄 Athletes too. I hope the new Education Secretary will instill new creative teaching methods for these young minds to flourish. Since President Trump picked her, I’m guessing yes!

          Thanks for the article Sundance

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        • pooteeweet says:

          So, there is no such thing as a electron or particle accelerator?

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          • dalethorn says:

            At least they didn’t blow up the world. At one time scientists speculated that an atom bomb could set the atmosphere on fire.

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            • Daniel says:

              Oh yes… at least it wasn’t a 97% consensus of all scientists or else it would definitely have happened.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              The outlier possibilities that the community comes up with change, but they’re always there, and a necessary part of examination, before we make big commitments. I think with the LHC (Large Hadron Collider), it was “creating a black hole that might suck in the planet”.

              It’s important not to throw away all the fringey possibilities that circle the drain as part of the formation of scientific group concensus. Many of these ideas actually came from the minds of the greats like John Wheeler and his students. There is usually some kind of deeper truth or analogy/pattern in them that later proves almost poetic, and part of the beauty of the universe.

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          • Daniel says:

            Just google “there’s no such thing as an electron” and you will find a lot of reference to it. At best the electron theory is a model for predicting certain types of reactions. But the leading minds in electro-magnetism including Tesla assert there are no electrons. What’s more, there are no photons either. Speed of light isn’t a thing — it’s just the rate at which a disturbance propagates through the ether. Once you begin to wrap your head around those realities imagining the universe actually becomes a LOT more simple.

            It is analogous to the difference between the Geo-centrism model of the solar system versus the Solar-centrism model. Everyone wanted to believe the complex model for Geo-centrism but once the Solar-centrism model gained acceptance, people looking back at the prior understanding as ridiculous.

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            • squid2112 says:

              …disturbance propagates through the ether

              Hahaha … that’s hilarious!

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              If you have a link on the “Tesla / no electron” thing, I’d really appreciate it. I’ve been finding a very disturbing phenomenon on the internet recently: FAKE SCIENCE – and Tesla seems to be “the guy” who a lot of it gets pinned on. I’m not talking crazy crackpot stuff or “wow” theorizing – I mean stuff that seems to have an agenda to misinform.

              As a lover of the history of science, I find it incredibly shocking that people would do this intentionally, and am trying to figure out who’s behind it. Whoever it is, I’m pretty sure that Western science doing well is not at the top of their To Do list.

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            • Dan_Kurt says:

              re: “there’s no such thing as an electron” Daniel

              Read Carver Mead’s Collective Electrodynamics: Quantum Foundations of Electromagnetism. ISBN-10: 0262632608. Not an easy book but well worth reading.

              Carver Andress Mead is a US scientist and engineer. He currently holds the position of Gordon and Betty Moore Professor Emeritus of Engineering and Applied Science at the California Institute of Technology, having taught there for over 40 years.

              He postulates the wave function of the electron is continuous (there are no discrete electrons), it is waves all the way.

              Dan Kurt

              p.s. Kenn Amdahl’s “There Are No Electrons: Electronics for Earthlings” is a fun read to explain electronics by ignoring electrons.

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          • Kroesus says:

            as atoms were once thought to be the smallest indivisible level of matter and then that was changed to the electron-proton-neutron model physics now has what is called the standard model where those subatomic particles consist of combinations of yet smaller building blocks called quarks….when I took physics there were 8 different types in the standard model and like a recipe you put them together in the proper order and numbers and you get the larger electron-proton-neutron-positron etc with its correct charge

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        • Kroesus says:

          actually quantum computing and electronics IS the new way forward and is why all the major countries in the world are working on it now….you and he are both wrong though as standard electronics do not yet work on quantums but through software and error checking for internet connectivity…….quantum electronics will improve storage capacity, rate of computation, number of computations and error factors with the same power usage in the future

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        • Skinner says:

          Daniel – I am interested, please elaborate

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        and how….. ; )

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    • wheatietoo says:

      He was homeschooled…this does not surprise me.

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      • dalethorn says:

        Awwwwwwwwsome!!

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        • straightstreet says:

          We homeschooled our sons mainly to ensure a Christian education. The oldest one graduated at 16 yrs old after finishing high school in 2 years. He went on to aviation school. He’s been flying planes since he was 12 yrs old. He is now a butcher (quite a departure from where he started lol). In his spare time he studies physics -Quantum physics. He just loves anything science related really. Our youngest son is 17 and set to graduate from home school now. I just ordered his graduate diploma pack yesterday. Youngest son loves history and politics. He’s a huge Trump fan! Youngest son wants to go into real estate – buying, flipping, selling. Home education is a great option for those who can swing it. Children can receive bible based curriculum if that’s your desire. They can work at there own pace. They can think and grow outside of the public education box.

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          • wondering999 says:

            (((Straightstreet))) whoever you are… Happy Parents’ Year to you. Great job! May your grandchildren also flourish. And thank you for upholding civilization 🙂

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            • boogywstew says:

              (((ECHO))) is an antisemitic alert isn’t it? If not, why did you put “straightstreet” in those triple brackets? I was reading comments after an article on “Breitbart News” and someone used the “echo” to bring attention to a Jewish name and a poster on “Breitbart” named “anna”, who uses a kitten as an icon, called them on it. I checked it myself and she was correct. I’m bringing this up because “straightstreet” mentioned that they were Christian so I’m wondering if you think triple brackets are the same thing as quotation marks or another way to highlight someone. If you’re not aware that the (((ECHO))) is an antisemitic indicator then you will be in for a rude awakening as people start accusing you of antisemitism, at least on other sites. Until 2 days ago, I would have used that “echo” and never would have known the difference. I am a Christian, love Israel, am pro Jewish (NOT “Hollywood”, self hating Jews) and I wish I could have home schooled my own children. I hope I haven’t offended you or anyone else here. MAGA !

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                For years, (((name))), [[[name]]], and {{{name}}} all meant “hugs” among all the people I hung out with in the non-political world – many of them older people. I believe it was adopted by antisemites as sarcasm for their feelings when they attacked prominent Jews – and the meme was quickly picked up by the false antisemites who gin them up for their “look at them – we have to restrict free speech” agenda. Ironically, these people basically attacked “grandma” in the process.

                People have been using this for years for good purposes. I really resent that “hugs” has been debased in this fashion. Between the nasty antisemites and the hoaxing ADL/SPLC radicals who would burn down the town square and invalidate the Constitution to get them, I wish a pox on them all.

                BTW, some people who are sympathizing with Jews are now surrounding their own user names with three parens as a show of solidarity with Jews – kinda like the Danes wearing stars. So the situation is even more complicated. Everybody needs to be meme-careful, but frankly, I think (((hugs))) needs to be more powerful than (((hate))).

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                • boogywstew says:

                  Thank you for responding to my comment. I was thrown for a loop when I saw the (((ECHO))) being stuck with this new connotation. It seems like every time you turn around the SJWs are making up new rules out of thin air. When I “googled” ,”(((ECHO)))”, ( just now, again, to be sure I’m not hallucinating!) the first 2 URLs are entirely of links to articles claiming this is a “secret” alt-right anti semitic symbol!!! Watch … tomorrow the Christian “fish” will be the new secret alt-right symbol that we want Jaws to eat Jews, and we didn’t even know it.

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                  • wolfmoon1776 says:

                    Exactly. I feel like “hugs” was both subverted and condemned by the same people who made Pepe a racist element.

                    The left is really ugly. The FEED this stuff. Dig into it, and you can catch them at it. The sad irony is that they actually benefit in some ways when they get busted, just like all these SJW hoaxes, that still manage to feed the lies and advance the leftist propaganda. They have rightly figured that even if they get busted, there is a net payoff. After all, that Jewish kid in Israel who was doing the community center phone calls – and who is presumably hooked up to shady leftists in the ADL/SPLC-favored parts of the Democrat Party – DID succeed in keeping Keith Ellison from becoming chair of the Democrats. It works – even when they get caught.

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              • wondering999 says:

                I thought the brackets were hugs
                Different universes out there though… thanks

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          • dreadnok89 says:

            Butcher is a great trade tho. It’s def a great skill. Nobody wants to do that to get food.

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          • dalethorn says:

            Wonderful story.

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      • Serpentor says:

        “surprise”?

        There’s only one route to graduating at all at that age, and it’s homeschooling. Regular schooling would have slowed him down, and he’d just be starting high school if he went to school with everyone else.

        Of course there’s no surprise, it’s the only way it could be done.

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      • mcclainra says:

        The article linked carefully omits that fact, instead crediting the ‘academy’ which was probably where he was enrolled in homeschooling. Next to try and find out what kind of name is Huey-You??

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Homeschooled, huh? That tells me two things: his parents cared about his education and he is most likely not indoctrinated to the black victim philosophy.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        Started Calculus at age 3. LOL. That’s Nuts!!!!!!

        God Bless this boy. He is a Walking Miracle! Hope he has a great life.

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    • Daniel says:

      I’m looking all over and cannot find any information about his father. Makes me wonder.

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      • whizzbang says:

        Hi Daniel
        There’s info on that over at the Washington Post [shudder]
        Seems his mom got divorced a long time ago.
        Link here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/05/12/kid-genius-brothers-11-and-14-graduate-high-school-and-college-this-weekend/?utm_term=.7a27f500a8eb

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        • mcclainra says:

          A little more about the actual homeschooling in the WAPO article above:

          “He was so excited to learn, Kimp said, that they created a set school day from 9 a.m. to noon. But Carson would blow through the curriculum she planned in an hour. By age 2, he was reading books with chapters, and at age 3 he told his mom he wanted to learn calculus.

          Kimp home-schooled Carson until he was 5 years old and learning at an eighth grade level. She knew he needed to “get out a little bit,” she said, but she struggled to find a school that was willing or able to accommodate him. She finally found a small, private Christian school and cold-called the receptionist.

          “I’m a normal functioning human being and I’m totally for real,” she recalls saying on the phone. “Here’s my situation.”

          The principal eventually accepted Carson, and five years later he graduated as co-valedictorian.”

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        • Daniel says:

          There is no indication of “a long time ago” or anything other than the fact of being divorced. I don’t care if these children seem quite well adjusted, having no father in the home is a problem.

          By the accounts in the story lined above, it would seem she did what she could to simply not be in the way of their intellectual appetites rather than being responsible for providing a nurturing environment. I think the motivations are very different in that sense. But she does distinguish herself by prioritizing her children over herself in the way the vast majority of contemporary mothers do these days — especially those single mothers where the choice to divorce and separate the children from the father is most often the mothers choice and most often because “no longer satisfied.” But since there are no details provided, it would be silly to presume she falls into the majority category.

          This story also seems to create a real-life “Frasier and Niles Crane” brothers.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        The only thing I could find publicly available about his father is that he is apparently still alive, living in Texas, and a former pilot. The last name suggests that biological dad is Asian. Mom is apparently remarried but the photos of her at Andre’s graduation seem to show her alone.

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    • thluckyone says:

      Hey, y’all! I know several of you are already thinking it but I haven’t yet read it from anyone else: together and individually we can uplift this incredible young man, his brother and his family in prayer. We’re a POWERFUL force in prayer! “Father God, THANK YOU for the privilege of prayer! We love you, Lord and in this moment we just want to uplift Carson, his brother and his family to you for your loving care and blessing! Lord, we give YOU the praise for the example of this amazing young man and we ask for protection for him and for the guidance of your Holy Spirit.in his life. And help us to be mindful to pray for ALL of the young people around us – and their teachers – who need our encouragement, so that YOU will receive glory, Lord and that your Kingdom of Hearts will be manifest among us. THANK YOU, LORD JESUS! AMEN!”

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  2. KBR says:

    Very bright kid with a very bright smile. I hope he has a very bright future, and manages to keep commonsense with all the education.

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    • with a future that bright…he’s gotta wear shades.

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    • Daniel says:

      One makes such an assumption frequently, but rarely do they see where these people go or how they are utilized.

      I’m more interested in how he got started and what enabled this flower to bloom. We know it couldn’t happen if he were raised on the Democrat plantation — he’d have had his brains beaten out of him literally or figuratively as he wouldn’t have stood a chance to develop beyond being considered weird.

      People don’t get rich exploring these lines of study. I don’t think Einstein (household name people know) made a lot of money compared to his contributions… according to one source, he made about $53k/yr in 2013 dollars. But where do these people go now? Often, they disappear within heavy walls of government projects.

      Bright future? Who knows… will we know? Just about the only way it happens is when they write books and find ways to inspire the masses. Hawking and DeGrasse-Tyson (that Sinbad look-alike) are folks who come to mind. But their backing of climate change has a way of destroying credibility — they have to back their sponsors after all, or they cease to be able to work in their field of talent. Is that a bright future?

      Pardon my negativity on all of that, but “positivity” which doesn’t take reality into account is merely wishful thinking.

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      • dalethorn says:

        Reality is a good thing for balance.

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      • Kroesus says:

        Nicolai Tesla who invented some and made possible all the AC devices the modern world runs on through his research and work died penniless….he was such a mad genius people still scour his notes looking for new applications and inventions and he was a contemporary to George Westinghouse and Thomas Edison for which he worked for both at one time or another

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  3. Wend says:

    Damn. But of course not as smart as Clock Boy Achmed.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Snort.Giggle.

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    • Daniel says:

      I was thinking the same thing. I’d love to have Trump invite him to the Whitehouse and have him ask the boy “do you think you could put a clock into a little briefcase?” There’s probably a better way of putting that but just to explode the leftist/liberal worshipper heads out there would be pretty epic.

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      • hellinahandbasket says:

        HA! I guarantee President Trump has thought that very thing! …you know he has.

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      • fred2w says:

        President Trump invited aspiring rocket scientists from Victory Christian Charter School to the White House last week. So, it wouldn’t shock me if Huey gets an invite to the White House soon.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          OMG – I didn’t catch the relationship of your post (rocket kids) to the one above (Clockmed)! That little event event with the rocket kids had a HUGE component in “trolling Obama” space!

          Obama: asks us “what can NASA do to reach out to Muslims” and invites a hoax bomb-maker to the White House

          Trump: shows us “Christian kids hoping to become NASA scientists” and invites real rocket-makers to the White House

          TOO MUCH WINNING!!!

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        I suspect Huey-You’s response would be something like, “How about we just use this $10 watch?”

        How to tell clock-boy’s thing was a trolling object? Cause it was useless, ugly, and stupid as a troll. Only a kid with half a brain and a whack agenda would have made that piece o’ carp as his science project.

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  4. wheatietoo says:

    I wonder if he will turn 18 in time to vote in 2020?

    Future Trump voter, let’s hope!

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    • fred2w says:

      That’s quite likely.

      On Breakpoint.org, Eric Metaxas wrote a column on Huey’s generation, Generation X, which skews more conservative than Millenials. This was underscored by how older members of this generation voted more conservatively last year.

      So, Huey could indeed vote for President Trump’s re-election.

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      • Deb says:

        It’s actually Generation Z. I’m right in between where some say Generation X starts and Millenials begin. They used to say Generation Y but I’ve noticed they stopped using it. I was born in 1980. I would never call myself a Millenial, but Generation X isn’t much better. They aren’t as “sensitive,” but still quite liberal.

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    • yy4u says:

      Future Trump voter? Not after the college brainwashers — I mean professors — get through with him.

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  5. conservalicious says:

    Great story Sundance! So inspirational.

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  6. Sloth1963 says:

    Let the Lord be your guide young man. Well done!

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  7. Stringy theory says:

    There was a guy in my freshman physics class who always had a bunch of advanced math textbooks with him so I assumed he was probably a senior. At the end of the year I was inducted into a freshman honor society, and when I showed up for the ceremony, Fred was there too. I said, Fred, I thought this was just for freshmen, and he said, yea, this is my first year. In fact, he said I’m only 14.

    He took the Putnam exam the next year, a national math competition, andnscored in the top 5 nationally. He went to Princeton for his PhD and got it in a couple of years. There are some smart cookies out there like this young fellow.

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  8. fangdog says:

    Congratulations Huey You!
    My hope, you are smart enough not to become a Libtard. It will be a definitive measure of proof as to just how smart you really are?

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    • Most engineers lean Libertarian/Republican, physicists are Dems. Mathmaticians are so far out there they don’t even usually know or care who the President is. In my experience. There’s precious little time to dabble in political thinking in the physical sciences.

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  9. NJF says:

    Wonderful story & inspiring achievement!

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  10. Frank says:

    When you die, die on “E.”

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  11. allhail2 says:

    Well, there goes the left’s argument that we need open borders so we can let the smart ones come in .

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  12. jello333 says:

    Yeah, but did this kid get an honorary degree for being a future astronaut? Didn’t think so…

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  13. rashamon says:

    His11-year-old brother is following in his footsteps. These parents need to give lessons on the public stage so all can benefit from their skills of rearing happy, gifted children.

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    • jello333 says:

      Yeah, even though a large part of intelligence is hereditary, that doesn’t guarantee a person will use their full potential. But in this case you’re right… the parents seem to be doing something right, to put it mildly.

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      • Indimex says:

        She stayed home!!! Best thing we can do for any child.

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        • wondering999 says:

          I want to put in a word for alternatives… it’s great when Mom stays home, but if Grandma can stay home, or Auntie, or older cousin, whatever it takes to protect and serve and educate and bring out the best

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        • wondering999 says:

          The laws are set up to obstruct wannabe Grandma homeschoolers, and I object
          Since I want to be such a Grandma as soon as humanly possible. Two of my Snowflakes got engaged on Mother’s Day Weekend. Am I ecstatic? YES. Have been waiting for quite a while now. Now, bring on the grandbabies after all requisite ceremonies have been completed…and yes I’d happily stay home! Woohoo! Have been fighting off gross envy every time “New Nonna” posts under her happy name

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      • dalethorn says:

        I’ve heard that when mothers read a lot to their babies, up to the time they can read themselves, it makes the kids much, much smarter. What science misses in the equation of smartness though, is science gives too much to heredity and not not the need for God-based instruction. When the very young hear *every day* that God knows all and he is the very definition of love and perfection, it gives them a solid foundation for reality that cannot easily be confused and disrupted by Leftists and agnostic scientists.

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        • dginga says:

          Reading to your children does not make them smarter. Intelligence is not something you can create in a kid. Reading to them DOES generally instill a love of reading, and helps them with language skills. A women I know got her PhD researching this very subject, and has conducted longitudinal studies to assess the impact of parents reading to pre-schoolers. The children who are read to will learn to recognize words, read and spell earlier than those who are not read to. It sets them up with a general attitude that reading is pleasurable and they will generally continue to read for pleasure throughout their lives.

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      • Kroesus says:

        intelligence is an individual’s capacity to learn…..that does not mean it will be fully utilized…..you can still have an ignorant genius meaning they never learned what they COULD have learned

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        • At some point, the really smart kids begin to push out the boundaries of knowledge. Consider our high tech geniuses – none finished college, all are acknowledged geniuses, many are now billionaires and family men. As a woman, I can tell you that I don’t know of any women functioning at the intense level of concentration and knowledge creation. Lots of smart women out there, but they jost don’t have the, umm, you finish the sentence.

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          • Kroesus says:

            it is not so much physiology as it is the way our brains are wired (please do not report me to the PC police)……women have a natural knack for multitasking….a skill which comes in quite handy for nurturing and mothering duties they have traditionally performed ….while men have the ability (in general) to focus on a job with singleness of purpose….you can ask multitudes of women who often complain they are being ignored when they interrupt during this function and the male just does not recognize them as part of that needed to complete the task

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    • rajabear1 says:

      AMEN!

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    • Daniel says:

      If this guy gets picked up in the news cycle, expect attacks on his parents especially from the public schools people among others.

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  14. Molly says:

    This is BIG news here. I chatted with a reporter last week who spent an afternoon with Huey-You and he assured me that he HAS spent much time, in the past few years, “just being a kid”. 🙂

    And if you didn’t make it to the end of article… Cannan is his younger brother who is 11.

    Cannan is making his own news. He graduates from the Accommodated Learning Academy on Friday and will take classes in the fall at TCU. He plans to double major with a major in engineering and a another in physics and astronomy.

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  15. Fe says:

    Wow! What an incredible kid, congrats to him and his family.

    I read the article Sundance linked. I’m slightly annoyed that it holds Bill Nye up as a luminary science nerd. Bill Nye is hardly someone I would want any child to look up to.

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  16. dalethorn says:

    This young’un might be the first to unify relativity and quantum physics, which have an important property in common.

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  17. Rickster says:

    Carson VS Clock Boy. We know who the Osamsa pick was. Guess who President Trumps pic is and win a prize.

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  18. Ninguixing says:

    Chinese: easiest spoken language in the world to learn.

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  19. Sharon says:

    …and he just looks plain happy….

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  20. Tony Stark says:

    I hope he has a great career and future ahead of him.

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  21. Dekester says:

    Wherever possible homeschooling is the way to go. We know of several youngsters up this way that homeschool.
    They really have quite the system.
    When out of public schools.The youngsters are simply not held back, or punished for not being part of the herd.

    Elementary schools up this way 🇨🇦 are led by social justice warriors.

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  22. hellinahandbasket says:

    The picture posted with this article tells it all … Two Leftist/Feminist-Cult women, with terrified looks of anxiety on their faces – worried about what in hell they are going to do with their “Women / Gender Studies” degrees – which their college guidance counselors advised them to take…!

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  23. Atticus says:

    Mr. President,
    Please invite this youngster to the Whitehouse.
    What a fine example to our youth!

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  24. Pam says:

    I totally agree that his parents are doing something right. This kid could be going around getting into a lot of trouble but fortunately, he’s found a good way to channel his creativity into learning and growing. I wish the best of luck to him.

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  25. beaujest says:

    Maxine Waters not from that family tree !

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  26. Weeper says:

    TY SD! What a nice REAL news story to wake up to and read with my coffee. Congrats to him, and his family.

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  27. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Side comment: I don’t know TCU, but I know many “Christian” universities have been staffed with secular people, and are largely Christian in name only.

    Same for Catholic. I worked with a set of college seniors at a Jesuit school – they were all wager to talk about how the Bible was not true, was the patriarchy, and stuff. And to let me know they learned all of this at their Jesuit college.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      From what I saw, several years ago when looking at TCU with one of my sons, it is generally a secular school, but with a strong evangelical/fundamentalist Christian heritage and not at all anti-Christian. It also presents itself as practical, real-world goal/result oriented. Their funny marketing aphorism is: What do SMU graduates call TCU graduates? Boss.

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  28. VickyD says:

    What an amazing mother to have raised both her boys right in every way, intellectually, socially, and morally. Attagirl Claretta!! As bright as your sons are, God bless, it appears to me you just might be the smartest and wisest one in the family. Keep up the good work, mom.

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  29. Bull Durham says:

    All healthy children are born as geniuses. School, television, Internet, video games turn them into dull and doltish consumers, sheep and weak. This is known. Alpha-state is a serious diminishment of the genius of humans.

    Home schooling is a good remedy. You are actually homeschooling from conception to pre-school, so why not just continue it for the first 6-8 years of primary education? You will produce a far better child, smarter, happier and more adaptive. The common argument is “your child won’t be socialized, won’t be able to adjust to society”. BS! Children are controlled in schools. They are monitored. They are brain-washed. Your values are not taught. Your authority is undermined. And nothing you think is being taught–love of country, Constitutional principles, a moral code generally accepted as your moral code, none of this goes on in school. Liberalism and political correctness is imposed on your child.

    Home school pacing to keep up with 6-8 hours of public school requires about 1.5-3 hours of your attention with your child. Children are learning machines. There is copious parallel curricula that will keep your child years ahead of public schooling. My son was always 2.5 years ahead of his “school mates” in public school. Your child will excel, also.

    If you have a normal, healthy child, don’t destroy them in public school. Nurture them with home schooling.

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    • dalethorn says:

      This is soooooooooo true – THANKS!

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    • Simple Jack says:

      We used to teach children under the age of 10 trigonometry, as a regular part of their education. Now, most high school students graduate having never made it past algebra, and even that they have no real understanding of.

      Public schooling was a good idea. It’s implementation has robbed generations of children of their god given mental faculties. The really infuriating part, though, is that all of this was intentional. Because the 20th century needed workers, not thinkers, or so the thinkers thought.

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      • Actually, Jack, as most of your second paragraph clearly demonstrates, public schooling was a BAD idea. It was intentional to turn the kids into mental midgets. In addition to wanted to turn out mind-numbed workers, public schools were promoted to destroy the many parochial schools run by Episcopalians, Lutherans and Catholics. Maybe other churches, too, I only know about those. Public schooling was part of the Progressive agenda.

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        • Kroesus says:

          promoted by Mann and John Dewey (he of the library cataloging system) adopted from Bismarck’s effort to do the same in Germany in the late 1800’s…..its primary purpose is to “produce” compliant cogs in an industrial society….free thinking (critical thought) is ruinous to their designs and is weeded out wherever possible

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    • IfThenElse says:

      Kindred spirits I guess. In my case my wife gets the credit for homeschooling our two girls all the way through high school.
      What I wanted to get across on this forum however is that this boy and his starting out as a homeshooler truly should not be surprising. Home schooled kids score in the 80th percentile, 30 points above average.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Kids are sponges – feed them.
      So proud of these young men.
      Really want to put mom/dad on parade. What a great effort.

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  30. jonvil says:

    Well Whoop de doo!
    61 years ago when I was 14, I had learned to tie flies so I could go fishing.
    I remember this clearly because it happened right around the time I learned to tie my own shoe laces…

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  31. Tiger.red says:

    I knew he was a genius when I read that, though qualified, he chose to NOT attend an Ivy League school.

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  32. Doug says:

    this guy should be a household name.. perfect example of the idea that regardless of who you are , including the color of your skin, sexuality, disability, gender, age that everyone is capable of great things. This should be the role model for not just young African american men but young men in general.

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  33. mysticrose80 says:

    Thank you for sharing this. I actually broke my Facebook “blackout” to post this (with a subtle dig at those who keep posting and enabling toxic, fake news).

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    • Doug says:

      I dont post much on facebook anymore but when I do its always positive type news… try it as a general rule.. things like record unemployment rate… etc or science and tech news or feel good stories such as the one above.. you would be surprised the subconsious effects that can have on others.. ” if its the economy stupid, than lets focus on all that good news in the economy… you dont even have to credit Trump just simple articles with verified statistics and then it spreads good news for him without appearing to do it.

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      • mysticrose80 says:

        Honestly, that’s a good idea. I have been frustrated with the brainwashing of those very dear to me, so this approach _could_ possibly be effective in red-pilling them.

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      • In the same spirit, I’m constantly on the lookout for “successes” that anyone can shamelessly copy and take to new levels.

        THAT’s what we should expect of our 50 Incubator-States for Great Governance.

        Example from the 80s (not sure if still in effect):
        Georgia law LIMITS the amount State Government can spend to 99% of prior-year Receipts.

        Same with Cities.

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  34. God bless America says:

    why doesn’t he build a clock small enough to fit in a shoebox and get offered scholarships at Ivy League institutions. Maybe he could create a quantum first amendment to fit inside Berkeley’s quantum scaled free speech zone.

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  35. rsmith1776 says:

    If Einstein had a son, he would look like this amazing young man.

    Like father like son. Ask Trayvon.

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  36. rmnewt says:

    Great post and comments; however, I must share the graduation I just attended at the University of Arizona’a School of Social and Behavioral Science. The young graduate who was selected undoubtedly by the guilt ridden academics to speak was proudly the founder of the Tucson BLM movement and blathered poetically about herself (me-me-me, racism, unfairness, you owe me) to finally concluded she looked forward to her future career as an activist.
    Yep, all this after the Dean of the College bragged about UofA being one of the top ten universities receiving public grants and Gov research funding. She was the unknown daughter of the ex-Pres Obama and wanted to be just like him.
    On the other hand, we have this young man studying Physics and others like him that will make the world a truly better place. Go for it Carson and God bless our young people. May we help make them better than ourselves and shall they grow to fulfill their God given talents!

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  37. 5haircut says:

    This thinking outside the box is what communism can never produce and is why it will ultimate fail. Being a tough guy can only last as long as brutes can operate the machine. The world was all set for the first female brute president (Hillery) and they were all set to carry the enslavement of America and the world forward, but guess what happened they met up with an outside the box thinker (The Donald). When he looked at their game plan it would have been like Bobby Fisher playing
    chess with Putin. That’s why the lame stream media can’t stop screaming foul! They are at a total loss as to what happened. They have no plan to fight Trump. You’ve heard of the (killing fields) These left wing jerks don’t even have enough brains to run. Half of them are guilty of treason which is a hanging offense, and day by they watch the holes of escape being closed while they continue to think they are still going to be saved by the system of lies and deceit. Wouldn’t it be nice to see all the lying thugs in our govt. get what’s coming to them? It will be like shooting catfish in a barrel.– MAGA

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  38. Ploni says:

    Carson, we wish you Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

    And while you are in the bosom of the Leftist academic beast . . . and beyond . . . we wish you true, deep knowledge of and about the Almighty, the Creator of All, the Grantor of your intellect, and the Giver of that Life, Liberty, and Happiness.

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  39. daughnworks247 says:

    I called the head of Biology at a local university and begged for an interview for my son. Son was way past what we could offer. Professor agreed and almost immediately wanted to hire him for a summer grad student project but he was only 14 (just big for his age). Our son spent the summer “volunteering” on the MS River, collecting water samples for fertilizer run-off. He thrived, lab work became second nature, and he got along beautifully, dormed with two grad students out of Princeton.
    Anyway….
    I thought I was going to be one of “those” moms until we picked up our son for a weekend with his first girlfriend. She was cute as a button but we quickly learned she had perfect ACT scores, spoke 5 languages fluently, was taking Calc 3 in 9th grade (just for fun), and had a photographic memory. She could count cards – really. She is spooky.
    Kids like the girlfriend and Huey-You are national treasures. My husband and I wanted to put a bubble around her and send her off to DARPA. Unfortunately, all she wants to do is snuggle up to my son. Kids….
    They are so much more capable than we think they are.
    God Bless Huey-You and family.

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  40. TimeIsNow says:

    daughnworks,

    “Kids like the girlfriend and Huey-You are national treasures.” No, they are unproven possibilities, and that’s all. How do I know? I’ve known dozens of high to astronomically high IQ people, and I have a high enough IQ to recognize them.

    First, most high IQ do not fit in well once out in the real world, as mid-wits and even some semi-high IQ people heavily resent them, and actually accuse high IQ people of being stupid as they cannot understand them.

    I wonderful exception is PDJT, as he has a brilliant IQ, yet can emotionally communicate well with typical people… this was obviously mentored by Trump’s dad, and is a super power for a high IQ person. The stupid Leftist actually think PDJT has just a little above a mid-wit IQ because he communicates so well to us normies.

    PDJT has an IQ way North of 160+.. I know, as I’ve had friends with IQs as high as 190, and a mentor of mine had an IQ of 172. This Black kid has that 190 level thing going too, but way too many other factors to know if it will turn out well for him, or for anyone else.

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  41. boogywstew says:

    One battle this young man will face would be exacerbated by authority figures. “What’s your name young man?” “Carson Huey-You.” “I’ll ask the questions! Is that your first or last name Carson?” “I answered you, Carson Huey-You!” “Drop and give me 5, Carson!”

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  42. A.D. Everard says:

    Inspiring! I LOVE this story!

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