Adhara Pérez Sánchez, an 11-year-old girl from Mexico City, is on the verge of achieving an extraordinary accomplishment by obtaining a Master’s degree at a very young age. Her remarkable IQ score of 162 puts her in the same league as two of the greatest physicists of all time, Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Adhara hopes to work for NASA in the future and is currently promoting space exploration and mathematics to young students with the Mexican Space Agency. She has already earned a degree in systems engineering from CNCI University and another in industrial engineering with a specialization in mathematics from the Technological University of Mexico.
Adhara’s journey began with a diagnosis of autism at the age of three, which led to difficulties in social interactions and communication. She grew up in a low-income neighbourhood and faced bullying for her developmental disability. Despite this, Adhara remained resilient and taught herself algebra and memorized the periodic table. Her incredible IQ was confirmed at the Center for Attention to Talent (CEDAT), a school for gifted children, where she finished elementary, middle, and high school in just one year. Adhara’s mother enrolled her in therapy and CEDAT to help her cope with the bullying. Today, Adhara continues to inspire people worldwide with her determination and accomplishments. Although she was offered a scholarship to study astrophysics at the University of Arizona, visa issues have deferred her admission.
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Big Questions About NASA
It’s interesting that NASA appeals to so many people. A “Space exploration” agency that hasn’t explored space in how many years. We “went to the moon” in July of 1969 and at this time the computing power of our cell phones in our palm took up an entire room. Computing power has advanced so much since, yet we haven’t been back?
Nasa receives somewhere in the neighborhood of 25 to 50 billion dollars yearly, but what do they have to show for it? What has our tax dollars ‘at work’ actually done through NASA?
These are questions I like to ask and dialogue in because the origin roots of NASA were quite strange. The US Government recruited Nazi war criminals through an event called Operation Paperclip, a true historical event that you can look up and verify. These evil scientists started getting paid by the US Government to ‘explore space’ and the talk of occupying Mars, and going back to the moon (which hasn’t happened) has been going on for years.
Why don’t we start with earth? our home? Where we live? Seems like common sense to me. There are now a lot of rumors that even the images NASA releases are CGI or fake, and even if the images were real. How many pictures can we get for $25 billion USD. Nasa shares a few images yearly. That’s the highest priced Disney park photo ripoff in the history of humanity, ever.
Bigger questions need to be asked, because I’d hate to see high IQ children work on ‘getting us to Mars’ and be coralled into these broken propaganda and political systems instead of using their talents for earthly good and benefit where they can really make an impact.