Black prodigy

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People magazine and many American media wrote about him. At nine months old, Caleb Anderson, a black resident of Marietta, Georgia, learned sign language.

Soon he began to read, and by the age of two he had learned to solve mathematical problems. Then the parents sent their son to the first grade. “I remember well that all my classmates were taller than me. I was so small then that I could hardly walk, ”Anderson recalls. At three years old, the boy was admitted to MENSA, a non-profit global association of people with high (98% or more) IQ scores. At age 11, he entered Chattahoochee Technical College. Now that his peers are in 7th grade, Caleb is in his sophomore year and will receive a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering in two years. He made the choice of his future profession consciously: from an early age, the boy dreamed of flying into space. Caleb is keen to continue his education after college at the Georgia Institute of Technology or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He hopes that while studying there he will be able to do an internship with the founder of SpaceX, Elon Musk.

Published in the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” No. 0 dated November 30 -0001

Newspaper headline:
This is a child!

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