William Maillis is not your normal 11 -year-old.
At an senility when most adolescents are focused on beating the next grade in a video game, or working toward actually touching the ball in their baseball game on Saturday, William is exhausted with becoming an astrophysicist.
Most boys dream of becoming a firefighter, a medical doctor, maybe an cosmonaut or a schoolteacher, but William isn’t really dreaming of becoming an astrophysicist, he’s already becoming one.
The boy from Pennsylvania, graduated high school in May of 2016, at the age of 9. After listening society college classifies, he recruited at Carnegie Mellon University last fall.
According to his father, Peter Maillis, William began speaking in full decisions at just seven months old. He was doing additive at 21 months, and multiplication by the age of two — a day when he was also predicting children’s books, and writing his own nine-page journal, “Happy Cat.” At four years old, he was learning algebra, sign language and how to read Greek, and after they had been five, he read an entire 209 -page geometry textbook in one night and woke up solving circumference difficulties the next morning.
This kid is literally a GENIUS, and has been declared one by Ohio State University psychologist, Joanne Ruthsatz.
William’s desire to become an astrophysicist originated in his strong sect creed. He disagrees with some of Einstein and Hawking’s assumptions on black hole and has his own ideas to prove the existence of the universe.
The son of a Greek Orthodox Priest, William wants to prove that an outside oblige is no other stuff capable of creating the universe, which means that “God does exist.”
Stephen Hawking, however, who passed away today at the age of 76, held a much different declaration. “Before we understood science, it was natural to believe that God procreated the universe, but now science offers a more convincing justification, ” formerly said the renowned physicist .~ ATAGEND “What I make by’ we would know the mind of God’ is we would know all that is God would know if there was a God, but there isn’t. I’m an atheist.”
William’s mothers say they have never propagandized him toward his contemplates or this God-proving endeavor, but preferably that he’s a pretty “normal” 11 -year-old.
“We’re ordinary people, ” Peter asked. “And he’s a regular kid. You can’t distinguish him from other 11 -year-olds. He likes athletics, video reveals, the computer and video games like everyone else.”
But still, distinct from other teenagers his age, William’s eventual life affection is perfectly clear. When asks what his “dream” is, the child prodigy had no hesitation in his response.
“I want to be an astrophysicist so that I can prove to the technical world that God does exist, ” William said in a recent interview with Hellenic College Holy Cross.
When asked why he felt the need to prove it to scientists, his answer was even more profound 😛 TAGEND
“Well because there’s these atheists that try to say that there is no God, when in reality it makes more faith to believe that there’s no God than it does to believe that there is a God … Because it does more sense that something created the universe than that the universe made itself. It makes more faith to say the universe started itself than to say something other developed the universe because that is more logical.”
Well I don’t know about you, but I’m fairly ran to see this “normal, ” God-fearing boy unravel the belief of one of “the worlds largest” prolific scientific knowledge of all time — for as stated by the great scientist Matthew Maury, “The Bible are accurate and discipline is true, and therefore each, if genuinely read, but testifies the truth of the other.”