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Kian Hamer is among the top 1% of intelligent people in the world.
An 11-year-old boy has become one of youngest ever members of Mensa after scoring an IQ higher than Albert Einstein and Professor
As a family we're hooked. From the five-year-old, to the teenagers, to my wife, we all play competitively and desperately want to win. Instead of second screening isolating the family unit, we're finding that gaming is bringing us together in the way that board games used to for previous generations.
An 11-year-old girl has recently found out she is one of the smartest people in the UK by achieving the maximum score on
In my daily blog just before Christmas, I quoted nine questions posed in the British Mensa 'Special Interest Group' newsletter
The BBC has apologised after a Mensa spokesman described anyone with an IQ of below 60 as a "carrot" live on air. Peter Bainbridge
Back in the 1990s when I was some sort of feckless idiot, I was a member of the high-IQ organisation Mensa. I know what you're thinking, but the stark truth is that they know how to throw a good party, and I have yet to apologise to forthright TV critic Garry Bushell-On-The-Box for making off with his umbrella after a boozy Mensa evening in a rainy London.
I first met actor Peter Stanford at a Mensa meeting in a basement in Holborn, London. He was working as Henry VIII at Hampton
The notion of IQ has, in recent times, seamlessly infiltrated our language becoming a synonym for intelligence more generally. However, it is worth considering that the history of IQ testing is pervaded by a darker and more sinister aspect altogether.
A four-year-old girl has been admitted into Mensa before she has even started school. Heidi Hankins, from Winchester, has
UK-based German comedian Paco Erhard is a freak of nature, just as much as a sheep born with two heads is a freak. At the