Here are the five most recognized geniuses in World History: Mozart, Hamilton, Picasso, William James sidders and Shakuntala David.
Mozart is a music genius in Austria. He is rated as the most famous music genius in the world and one of the five talented teenagers in the world. At the age of 3, Mozart was able to play clavico. At the age of 6, the talented composer wrote his first song. At the age of 12, he wrote his first symphony and opera.
At the age of five, Mozart became the youngest pianist at the University of Salzburg (Austria). A year later, he performed at the palace in Vienna, Austria. At the age of 14, Mozart was invited to Italy. Mozart died at the age of 35, leaving more than 600 different works.
Hamilton: Hamilton is a famous mathematician in Ireland. William Rowan Hamilton was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1805. He showed great wisdom as early as the age of 5. He can speak Latin, Greek and Hebrew fluently. At the age of 13, the prodigy was able to speak in 13 different languages, including Sanskrit, Persian, Italian, Arabic, Syrian and Indian dialects.
Hamilton not only has extraordinary foreign language quality, but also has great talent in mathematics. At the age of 15, Hamilton discovered his mathematical mistakes while studying the works of Pierre Simon, a famous French mathematician. Hamilton promoted the development of dynamics and quaternion theory, which is a method of three-dimensional space in mathematics. He was the greatest mathematician in Ireland since 1835. He died in 1865.
Picasso was born in Spain in 1881. As a child, Picasso learned painting skills under the guidance of his father. At the age of 15, he became a painter and began to hold personal painting exhibitions. In Barcelona, it is called the “first communion”.
Later, Picasso won the gold medal in the painting competition in Malaga, Spain, and invited him to exhibit his personal paintings in the National Gallery. In the early 20th century, Picasso founded modern art painting. The genius died in France in 1973.
William James Sidis is a British mathematician. At the age of eight, William James Sidis showed his genius in mathematics. He gave lectures on four-dimensional space at Harvard University at the age of 9, so he has long been famous. William James sidders is considered the smartest man on earth, with an estimated IQ of 250-300. At the age of 5, William James sidders learned how to read and quickly master eight different languages, and began writing books at the age of 7. He also holds the youngest world record. At the age of 16, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University and graduated with honors.
However, William James sidders did not achieve much in adulthood. He died of a stroke at the age of 46 in 1944.
Shakuntara Davy is a mathematical genius in India. Shakuntara Davy fell in love with these numbers from the age of 3 through the mathematical cards her father often played with.
Shakuntala Davy, known as the “human brain computer”, demonstrated supernatural mathematical skills in her lectures at Mysore University and Annamalai. For example, when she was able to recalculate the result of a 23 digit number with 201 digits, Shakuntala David’s talent helped her calculate and was included in the 1982 edition of the Guinness World Records. He died in 2013 at the age of 83.

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