"Telepathic” Genius Child Tested By Scientist

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Mario D. Zmaj : "I have seen evidence of telepathy in many people" lol this is funny from the start. *grabs popcorn*

Novaximus : I wouldn't be surprised if the child and mother have some sort of "tell" that they've developed. For example maybe she uses a tone in her voice and the child knows that means the number 3. Maybe she does a scrunch in her lips. A tap in her foot or a combination of any of these? This "scientific" test wasn't preformed very well. She should have done a few controls then tested with a blocking screen. perhaps some sound proof head phones. IF he can only "appear" to read his mother's mind and nobody elses, the most logical and simplistic answer is that he's not actually reading a mind, he's reading her everything else. But that aside, it's pretty impressive that he's been able to absorb math. Languages at a young age isn't uncommon. That's just how impressive brain development is with growing babies.

XxSage OneXx : Didn’t see any scientific testing in this video.

Mista iLLuzioN//Tha TruckeR\\ : 3:53 When the professor asked what he said..The mother CLEARLY gets aggravated and answers for him !...This is OBVIOUSLY A SCAM..Driven by an overly obsessed mom that wants fame and attention for her child ! 😒

Bradley Whistance : Please talk to a "doctor" who knows how science works next time.

Martin Stadheim : If he could read minds, he would have gotten 5 out of 5 right, not 3 out of 5. It`s obviously a trick his mother is trying to teach him so that she can earn some fame/money.

ThisBear : Is that a girl or boy I’m confused because they say he and she

Tastro : Oh I thought he was a girl

StudioSmith : HE or SHE, the reporter can't decide

Kelly Ball : Actually, they have it wrong. Telepathy is our FIRST method of communication. Then, as we learn language skills, we no longer need to use the telepathy and so it starts to fade...

Preppo : 3:53 the child says A. she askes to repeat what she said and the mother quickly jumps in to say "she said eight" then nervously looks at the camera. I think its fake

ElDantae : Could have sworn it was a girl on the thumb nail

BiWei Chen : 1. Where is the control??? 2. Compare to the control and run a unpaired t-test 3. See if it’s significant

Lynsey Cooke : Am I the only one who thought he was a girl before I heard the narrator say he? 😂😂

Sisyphus : What an outrageously stupid “scientist.” The test she did is nowhere near extensive enough to prove anything. Probably she ran like 30 trials of five cards and picked the best one to show on the film. She also doesn’t understand basic probability at all. Getting 3/3 and 3/5 are VERY different odds. What a sad joke.

Paradigm Zer0 : Give the boy a haircut!  Geez!

A R : My son used to say what i was thinking a lot when he was small. Mother/ child connection

Blue : It seems like the moms IQ was swapped with the son’s!

Critter Lex : This kid is eerily intelligent but he doesn't act like an autistic child at all. Good eye contact, smiles, reciprocates emotions, plays (for instance, going down the slide), responds to verbal commands, interested in people. I have more autistic traits than he does (and I am not autistic). It seems to be the trend to call every highly intelligent introverted child "autistic" these days.

Lucy Nunez : He is so cool!

Robert McKenzie : this is deadass the dumbest thing ive seen

Summeralls 4ever : thought he was a girl

Use It : That probability maths is wrong, just saying

Blake Knight : The kid can speak Russian and do algebra and the mom can barely write with a jumbo sharpie or do her makeup. Seems suspicious.

Sam Rosenbalm : Either it's fake or there is a naturalistic explanation. Assuming it's the latter, consider that the kid is autistic and was reading foreign languages at an age where many can't even say their ABCs. I have no idea what goes in a savant's mind. He could just as easily be reacting to visual cues so subtle and unthinkable to most of us - perhaps his mother reacts differently to different numbers. There is still so much we don't know about the human brain and the way it reacts to various stimuli. We know that these sort of things exist - that certain people and animals notice things so innocuous - that most of us would never in a million years notice. More testing is definitely needed - but by genuine scientists with sound, rational methodology and not by pseudo-scientific quacks with preconceived notions and agendas. Saying that one is "as confident that telepathy exists as a lot of things that are accepted as science" is so intellectually invalidating it's cringe-worthy.

Ayden Smith : He could do algebra at age 5 huh I could do that And i can guess numbers IM TELEPATHIC

ftey2000 : obviously the mom wants to be on the screen more than the child. Poor kid, he will have some serious psychological issues later...

Austin Taylor : I notice a disturbing lack of research in the description.

PersianinSweden : Now try that with a blind fold and no sound!

Desertphile : Good grief. Listen to her intonations, and once you learn them you too will be telepathic. LOL. This is basic carnival tricks. (Apologies to magicians)

Siddharth Deshmukh : I mean if quantum entanglement can exist i dont see how telepathy is impossible

John John : Where's James Randi?

SAMSQUATCH Moss : That's a boy..What's wrong with the mother

Dennis Haupt : check the image at 1:00 this scene is used as "proof" that the boy is "tackling algebra" however, check the numbers. they don't make sense. the boy is drawing a picture using numbers and symbols, copying how real equations look like. this means that either the one who made the video can't tell, or thinks we can't.

Caliduchey : 5 chances to guess numbers from 1-12? And then he missed 2, that’s SO DUMB! If he got all 5, and they did the test 100 times in a row, then I would believe it.

Awesome Lyrics : I love when the kid says “a” at 3:53 and when the ‘doctor’ asks what he said and the mom is all like HE SAID 8 and glanced at the camera

Prashant Verma : She have to find her luck on casino.. 😂😂

Travelle Roberts : Anyone sees Simon at 0:22

Romarain : When doing experiments on telepathy : - First you don't imply people that can be a conspirator (mother, etc). - Secondly yo avoid body contact/presence. - Thirdly, you don't use numbers. At least, not only numbers, but shapes and colours too. - And you don't do just 5 shots only, and you don't extrapolate percentages on such a small pattern. Probabilities doesn't work like this. So I would like to say to the "freak show" mother that she should stop exulting like this : if she's not able to understand probabilities and a rationnalist method, she's not so clever... More, she should not exult to such a poor representation, when she made half of the question with her hand visible and her fingers changing position, and with her voice tone changin too.

Caliduchey : When someone asks you to think of a number between 1-100, never think of an actual number, think of a random word, if they were really psychic, and not just using a number trick, they would be able to say what word you were thinking of.

Themes13 B : Ummm do u think i could borrow him for a test or 50

Garrett Stubbs : We are ALL "telepathic," some just have a higher aptitude for it. It's called "micro-expressions," and people can "read minds" or "transmit thoughts" for the same reasons that yawns are contagious. Look it up, then take that child, and try the number prediction trick with a robotic arm, and no humans in the room. He'll fail the test, proving he's not clairvoyant, which wasn't the claim in the first place. However, the results would support the notion that telekenisis is just ones instinctual ability to percieve micro expression, and that the ability refines the more time two people spend together...

Cedric Titus : Where’s the dad?

carl svenne : Why is she telling him "Good job" when he gets the number wrong?

Huntington Beach Sasquatch : I believe in Telepathy, However I think this one's BS!

Kenneth Maddock : My girlfriend was coming over to spend the night, l wanted to know if she could read my mind, l ask her to tell me what number l was thinking of, she said 69 she was right, ;)

Los Pollos Hermanos : Bull crap cake.

Dav C : It's not the topic you're researching that makes you lose credibility, it's how you are researching it. She's convinced that telepathy exists so that's what she looks for. That's not a scientific study, that's not a controlled environment, the numbers that can come up in cards are limited (1 to 10, as opposed to infinite possibilities if I were to think a number in my head). The child is obviously guessing, the mother is pushing it, they might have a system for communicating with each other. You cannot assume these things if you wanna get proper results. But the weakest part is the 5 trials. Five? With 2 right, 1 wrong but the mother says "he said eight" and that's OK with the "researcher", and two right? And then you multiply in your head the chances? Nahhh it does't work like that. Give the child a much broader spectrum of numbers (1 to 99 for example) and do not 5 trials, do 30, and see how many he guesses. That still would't be proof of telepathy, but it would be a better study than the shambles that this is.

rey tejada : The mother should get him a haircut first

david jones : a mother thinks her son is a genius wow that never happens