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Top 4 people with the highest IQ in history. Einstein it’s not the first!

The top was made by Libb Thims, an American chemist engineer, author of several specialized volumes, who used a less common method to classify intelligence.

Sir Isaac Newton
Sir Isaac Newton

Fourth place came back to Isaac Newton. He was an English physicist and mathematician, with an estimated IQ between 190-200. Alchemist, theologian, mathematician mystic, physicist and astronomer and president of the Royal Society, Isaac Newton is the scientist at the origin of scientific theories that will revolutionize science in optics, mathematics, and mechanics in particular.

Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci

Third place in the top of the US engineer is Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci, more often Leonardo da Vinci or simply Leonardo, was a multifaceted personality whose fields of interest included invention, painting, sculpture, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, literature, anatomy , geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, poetry and cartography. He designed the car to fly, the tank or the reckoning machine. It is estimated to have an IQ of between 180-220.

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein

2nd place is occupied by Albert Einstein. The Jewish physicist, born in Germany, is considered one of the most brilliant scientists on the planet. He is the author of the theory of relativity, a revolutionary theory that has changed history. It had an IQ ranging from 205-225. In 1921 he received the Nobel Prize in Physics.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johann Goethe is the first in the top. It is estimated to have an IQ ranging from 210-225. Goethe was a German poet, illustrious thinker and scientist, one of the most prominent personalities of universal culture. Goethe studied childhood, music, piano and cello, scarf, horseback riding, German and universal literature, ancient and modern languages. Since childhood, Goethe has been attracted to theater and literature, to which he has access through the vast library of his father’s 2000 volumes. He obtained the lawyer’s license after college, but he was attracted to the literary field and began writing. His masterpiece is considered to be “Faust”, the work of which Goethe consecrated him for long years of work, reaching the final shape only towards the end of his life.

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