William James Sidis is arguably the brightest human who ever existed on our planet Earth. He was born of parents Boris and Sarah Sidis, emigrant Jews who escaped anti-Semitic Russian pogroms and came to America at the end of the 19th century. William James Sidis ('Billy') boggled minds of normal intellectuals and theoreticians.
William James Sidis (namesake and godson of the renowned Harvard psychologist who had been a mentor to his father, Boris Sidis) was admitted at 11 as a “special student” after strenuous lobbying by his father.
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Answer (1 of 2): You mention in the details to your question that you saw “polyhedrigons” in The perfect life of William James Sidis. That’s an excerpt of Morten Brask’s novel William Sidis Perfekte Liv written in Danish, translated into English by Mark Mussari.
William James Sidis was quite possibly the smartest man who ever lived. Born in Boston in 1898, William James Sidis made the headlines in the early 20th century as a child prodigy with an amazing inte Methodology. My teaching method is based on the understanding level of the student and according to me practical knowledge should be given to ...
Happy Birthday William James Sidis, child prodigy and genius born April 1, 1898. (William James the philosopher was his godfather and namesake). Sidis shunned academia, fame and the press and lived...
From the International Herald Tribune archives: Convictions were announced in a large-scale fraud case involving a Boston brokerage house in 1939. Boston Herald Obituaries (1997 – 2016) - Boston, MA