The story of the 11-year-old little genius who wants to create artificial organs and achieve immortality. “So that no child will have to miss his grandparents”

The story of the 11-year-old little genius who wants to create artificial organs and achieve immortality. “So that no child will have to miss his grandparents”.

Laurent Simon is only 11 years old,

but he has an IQ of 145, a level that puts him just below Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. He already has a degree in electronic engineering and graduated from the University of Physics, aspiring to obtain doctorates and other degrees in Chemistry and Medicine.


The story of the 11-year-old little genius, with an IQ of 145

He recently graduated “summa cum laude” in one year, Physics at the University of Antwerp, where he will continue his studies to obtain a master’s and doctorate, but also collaborating with universities in Israel and the USA.

“It doesn’t matter the titles, but the knowledge gained from them

matter. It was an interesting experience. I started classes in April last year while being involved in various projects. But the subjects became more and more interesting and I wanted to know more about quantum physics. “, said Laurent Simon, accordingly Newsweek.

The 11-year-old says he now focuses mainly on physics, which he talks about with the same passion as an adult with decades of career behind him. He learned enough to get a diploma with an average of 9.

He previously graduated in electronic engineering at the age of 10, but a disagreement between his parents and

The University of Eindhoven forced him to leave college when he was “finishing”. But this did not change his plans to continue his scientific studies. Not even the pandemic had a negative effect on his academic career.

“Not much has changed for me because I was already studying at home. It was even better because I took the courses online and continued to go to the university lab. (…) If the other children don’t have school or homework, we organize video games together, especially in the pandemic months when we couldn’t see each other. Or we were watching together

at the movies, each from his home. We call via video and we all click on the same movie. Before the pandemic I liked to run carting “, Laurent confessed.


Laurent Simon wants to create artificial organs and achieve immortality. “So that no child will have to miss his grandparents”.

Although he is a genius, in some ways he is just an 11-year-old boy, like all other children. He has his own smartphone, social networks and a computer, but denies that his parents keep him under control because he considers himself a “responsible boy”.

He is now waiting for his parents to get vaccinated so that they can go on holiday, as they did before the pandemic, to Marbella (Spain). There, his family has a house where they lived for years even when he was little.

His grandparents suffer from heart problems, so he wants to gain as much scientific knowledge as possible that will allow him to create “artificial organs” in the laboratory. With their help he wants to obtain immortality for his grandparents but also for other children, “so that no child will have to miss his grandparents”.

His big dream is to achieve immortality. He does not know how he will do this, but he believes that this can be done.

“It is very interesting and I want to use my knowledge to achieve my goal: to achieve immortality. I want to be able to replace all the organs of the body with artificially created organs. The disciplines are like a huge puzzle, with many pieces, but if I go through the subjects, I will be able to interconnect them and generate new ideas “, Laurent Simon added.

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