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  • Superhuman Geniuses | Real Stories

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    Gripping documentary exploring the stories of five exceptionally talented people, investigating where their amazing skills came from and finding out if they and their families can ever have normal lives.

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  • Child Prodigy Paints Visions from God | SuperHuman Geniuses | Only Human

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    Akiane Kramarik is a child and teenage prodigy, she has become a self-made millionaire by selling her incredible paintings from the early age of 5. Akiane, paints from her visions of Jesus Christ which she claims speaks to her.


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  • Telepathic” Genius Child Tested By Scientist

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    Telepathic” Genius Child Tested By Scientist
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    FIVE-year-old prodigy Ramses Sanguino has astonished his mother by displaying signs of being TELEPATHIC. According to Nyx Sanguino, 32, Ramses is able to recite random numbers written in secret - and is now the focus of a scientific study on the subject. Nyx is used to being surprised by her child, who at just five is already learning seven languages and solving complex mathematical equations. The youngster from Los Angeles, California, is believed to be one of the top five savants in the world and Nyx posts videos of her son showing off his talents online. Now his exploits have even caught the eye of a respected neuroscientist - who is studying Ramses as part a cutting-edge research project into telepathy.

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    Videographer / Director: Ruaridh Connellan
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  • Meet the Accidental Genius

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    In 2002, Jason Padgett was the victim of a vicious beating outside a karaoke bar in Tacoma, Washington. Upon regaining consciousness, Padgett’s sight was forever altered by a condition called acquired savant syndrome. The brain trauma opened his eyes to an entirely new world—one filled with patterns and strobes, like a stop-motion film. This is a fascinating story into the hidden power of the mind and one man’s inspiring tale of courage and personal triumph. The Acquired Savant is a film by Thomas Petersen.

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  • Inside The Mind Of Jaxon Cota An 11-Year-Old Kid Genius | NBC Nightly News

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    At age nine, Jaxon Cota was accepted into Mensa, a society for geniuses. His IQ puts him in the top two percent of the world, but despite his smarts, Jaxon isn’t rushing ahead.
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  • Could This Child Prodigy be the Next Van Gogh? | Extraordinary People Documentary | Only Human

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    An entertaining mix of human interest stories and popular science, Super Genius explores people with incredible mental knowledge & strength.

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  • 10 Year Old Plays Piano Better Than Professionals | SuperHuman: Geniuses | | Only Human

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    Ariel Lanyi is more than just a pianist, he's a composer too. At only 10 Years Old Ariel is capable of playing multiple genres of music on the piano including Jazz, one of the hardest styles of music to play on a piano.

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  • Top 10 AMAZING SAVANTS With REAL SUPER POWERS

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    Welcome to Top10Archive! Savant syndrome is defined as a condition in which a person demonstrates capacities or abilities that are greatly in excess to that of which would be considered normal. People with savant syndrome may have neurodevelopmental disorders, notably autism spectrum disorders, or brain injuries. For this installment, we're counting down 10 extraordinary savants that are capable of mind-blowing things!

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  • Genius Learns Icelandic in a Week | Brainman | Only Human

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    To scientists, this man is a goldmine; a once in a lifetime opportunity. Why are they all so excited? Daniel Tammet claims that since he was 4-years-old he’s been able to do huge calculations in his head. Since then he’s been tested in number memorisation games, tested for theories and calculations, and finally challenged to learn Icelandic and speak on a national television show, all in a week.


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  • Math Genius Computes in the Blink of an Eye

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    Math Genius Computes in Blink of an Eye from the 20/20 SuperHumans! special.

  • This CHILD GENIUS God-Given Talent Is Worth MILLIONS! | Super Human: Geniuses | Curious

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    From instant memory recall to incredible musical skills, amazing scientific knowledge to a painting ability sent from God. These people have extremely rare gifts in their fields and their incredible talents have astounded people all across the world. Meet the geniuses.

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  • These 5 Gifted People Have Extraordinary Abilities

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    Are these people for real? Yes. We know them, and we can confirm their existence and their extraordinary abilities. From a translator who speaks not three or four but *32* languages to an artist who draws elaborate cityscapes from memory to an NFL player who is now a neurosurgeon, these five gifted people have honed their talents through hard work and perseverance.

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  • Only a True Genius Can Pass Eye Test In 10 Seconds

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    How good is your eyesight and attention to detail? Can you find all the differences between the images? Check it out!

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  • Your Brain vs Genius Brain - How Do They Compare

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    What makes a genius special? Is a brain of a genius different than yours or mine? What did Albert Einstein's brain look like?

    Our brain is the command center for the nervous system. The part of body that ensures we are conscious and can experience life. It receives input from our five senses: seeing, hearing, touching, tasting and smelling, and it sends output commands to the muscles. The human brain weighs about 3.3 lbs. (1.5 kilograms), contains roughly 86 billion nerve cells, and billions of nerve fibers. These neurons contain trillions of connections, or synapses. The brain is a complex living computer. But are all brains built the same? That’s what we’ll be looking at in this episode of the Infographics Show: How geniuses brains are different from our own.

    Intelligence is one of the key measures for being a genius. So before we answer this question, let’s first look at what intelligence is and how it actually can be measured. The definition of intelligence itself is not an entirely firm definition. There are a number of ways of measuring it: academic intelligence, social intelligence, emotional intelligence or even, artistic intelligence to name just a few. And even when you look at something such as academic intelligence, it can be subdivided further into areas such as analytical skill, reading comprehension, and problem solving. So at first glance it’s not all that straight forward.

    However, regardless of the lens through which you view intelligence, people across these various categories, who have a higher level of intelligence, tend to be able to navigate the challenges of life better than those individuals deemed to have a cognitive deficit. And this brings us to IQ. IQ stands for intelligence quotient, and it is a total score derived from several standardized tests designed to assess human intelligence. While an IQ test is not the perfect measure of a person’s intelligence, scientific studies that have looked at brain activity of people with high IQ scores can provide some useful insight into what makes intelligence.


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  • Painting The Impossible by Akiane Kramarik

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  • In the Key of Genius: Derek Paravicini and Adam Ockelford at TEDxWarwick 2013

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    Born prematurely at just 25 weeks, Derek Paravicini has suffered from blindess, learning impairment and severe autism for his entire life. Despite his impairment, Derek has the unique gift of perfect pitch, and is able to play any piece of music after hearing it only once. In 2010, Derek was featured on Stan Lee's Superhumans, whereupon tests verified his musical ability and confirmed his savantism. He began playing the piano at two, and subsequently attended the Linden Lodge School for the Blind in London. He met a piano instructor, Adam Ockelford, on his first visit to the school; recognising his genius, Adam began to teach him. Derek gave his first concert in South London aged seven. Adam is a Professor of Music at the University of Roehampton, the Chair of Soundabout, a charity supporting music provision for young people and founder of the AMBER Trust, supporting visually impaired children in their pursuit of music.



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  • Cool Hearing Test: Are You a Superhuman?

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    An average human is capable of hearing frequencies from 20hz to 20000hz. Are you a superhuman or worse than average? Check it out!

    The older we get, the harder it becomes for us to hear high-frequency sounds. The worse it gets, the fewer chances you have of hearing the birds sing, the beeping of your microwave, and even consonants like s,h or f. You don’t want that to happen to you, right? Do you have any reasons to worry about it? How can you test your ears?
    Here's a simple, but 100 % accurate test you can take, and we are going to run it in a few moments. When it’s done, we are going to share some fun facts on hearing we bet you didn’t know.
    What should you do? Put on your headphones. Make sure you are in a quiet place, with no background noises.

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    Best hearing test ever 2:15
    Results 3:05
    10 fun facts about hearing 3:46

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    How many of you turned out to be superhumans who could catch the sound at 150? Anyone? Oh, yours was 120? That’s pretty amazing, too. 110? That is also better than the average result. Well done! Now, let us see how many of us hear have average or better than average hearing.
    If your results are not so good, do not panic. Your age influences your ability to hear high frequencies, remember? If it’s really bad, try it again. Maybe the sound was off on your computer. If you are perfectly sure it’s not the computer to blame, you might want to see a doctor to figure out what’s wrong.

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  • Meeting The Real Rain Man | Real Stories

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    Taken from the 2005 documentary The Boy With The Incredible Brain (Brain Man), Daniel meets the inspiration behind the character Rain Man, Kim Peek who can remember everything he's ever learnt.
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  • Hayley: The Worlds Oldest Teenager | Only Human

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    A bittersweet coming-of-age story. Born with the rare genetic condition, Progeria, Hayley Okines ages eight times faster than healthy people. Now 13, her body has the medical age of a 104-year old woman. Hayley refuses to be beaten by her disease and she is determined to fulfill her dreams of becoming a beautician and, one day, finding true love.

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  • People who remember every second of their life | 60 Minutes Australia

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    Imagine being able to remember every minute detail of your life. You can recall what the weather was like, what you were reading or what you wore to the shops at any minute, any hour or any day stretching back decades. It sounds like some kind of parlour trick, but it's actually a real and very rare medical phenomenon.

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  • Meet the 10-Year-Old Prodigy Already Attending College | The Oprah Winfrey Show | OWN

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    Greg Smith has been on the fast track to college from a very early age. He was just a baby in diapers when he started correcting other people's grammar. By 18 months, he could add and subtract. He knew the alphabet by the time he could walk. He graduated from high school at age 9, after completing grades 9 through 11 in just months. In 1999, Oprah sat down with the 10-year-old child prodigy, who had just started college. Take a look back. Plus, watch Oprah's follow-up with the boy genius, all grown up:

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  • Superhumans: The remarkable brain waves of high-level meditators | Daniel Goleman | Big Think

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    People who have meditated for thousands of hours exhibit a remarkable difference in their brainwaves. Psychologist and author Daniel Goleman says we can actually see what happens in the heads of those who have achieved enlightenment and the results are unprecedented in science.
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    Daniel Goleman is a psychologist, lecturer, and science journalist who has reported on the brain and behavioral sciences for The New York Times for many years. His 1995 book, Emotional Intelligence (Bantam Books) was on The New York Times bestseller list for a year and a half.

    Goleman is also the author of Ecological Intelligence: How Knowing the Hidden Impacts of What We Buy Can Change Everything. The book argues that new information technologies will create “radical transparency,” allowing us to know the environmental, health, and social consequences of what we buy. As shoppers use point-of-purchase ecological comparisons to guide their purchases, market share will shift to support steady, incremental upgrades in how products are made – changing every thing for the better.

    His latest book is Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain, and Body, which he has co-authored with Richard Davidson reveals the science of what meditation can really do for us, as well as exactly how to get the most out of it.

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    Daniel Goleman: My co-author of the book Altered Traits is a neuroscientist, Richard Davidson. He has a lab at the University of Wisconsin. It’s a very large lab, he has dedicated scanners, he has about 100 people working there, and he was able to do some remarkable research where he flew Olympic level meditators—who live in Nepal or India typically, some in France—he flew them over to the lab and put them through a protocol in his brain scanners and did state-of-the-art tests and the results were just astounding. We found, for example, or he found that their brain waves are really different.

    Perhaps the most remarkable findings in the Olympic level meditators has to do with what’s called a gamma wave. All of us get gamma for a very short period when we solve a problem we’ve been grappling with, even if it’s something that’s vexed us for months. We get about half second of gamma; it’s the strongest wave in the EEG spectrum. We get it when we bite into an apple or imagine biting into an apple, and for a brief period, a split-second, inputs from taste, sound, smell, vision, all of that come together in that imagined bite into the apple. But that lasts very short period in an ordinary EEG.

    What was stunning was that the Olympic level meditators, these are people who have done up to 62,000 lifetime hours of meditation, their brainwave shows gamma very strong all the time as a lasting trait just no matter what they’re doing. It’s not a state effect, it’s not during their meditation alone, but it’s just their every day state of mind. We actually have no idea what that means experientially. Science has never seen it before.

    We also find that in these Olympic level meditators when we asked them, for example, to do a meditation on compassion their level of gamma jumps 700 to 800 percent in a few seconds. This has also never been seen by science. So we have to assume that the special state of consciousness that you see in the highest level meditators is a lot like something described in the classical meditation literatures centuries ago, which is that there is a state of being which is not like our ordinary state. Sometimes it’s called liberation, enlightenment, awake, whatever the word may be we suspect there’s really no vocabulary that captures what that might be. The people that we’ve talked to in this Olympic level group say it’s very spacious and you’re wide open, you’re prepared for whatever may come, we just don’t know. But we do know it’s quite remarkable.

  • 10 Rare Diseases That Turn People Into Superheroes

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    People tend to associate an illness with something unpleasant and often dangerous, and they have their reasons to think so. But there are some diseases which, unlike a common cold, look like superpowers. At least at first sight.

    In this video, you will get acquainted with some of them. These rare diseases not only leave scientists confused but also make their carriers similar to superheroes!

    Have you caught a cold? Oh, how unlucky! All these nasty symptoms again: a runny nose, non-stop coughing, and also, it hurts to eat! But you know what? Quit nagging! Your illness will pass in (about) a week. But imagine the life of those who suffer from chronic diseases!

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    Insensibility to pain 2:28
    Abilities to literally anything 3:47
    Insensitivity to cold 5:01
    The complete absence of fear 5:58
    The Vampire disorder 7:03
    Octopus people 8:38
    Stone Man Syndrome 9:38
    Werewolf Syndrome 10:20
    Foreign accent syndrome 11:21

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    - This condition is called hyperthymesia - a disruption of memory which causes a person to remember all the events of their life down to every last detail. There are just about 60 people in the world who have been diagnosed with such a unique disease.
    - In-born analgesia - that's a scientific name of the condition when a person doesn't feel pain. Like, at all. There is a surprising fact to think about: despite the rareness of this disease, as many as 40 cases of it have been registered in one of the villages in Sweden.
    - Savant syndrome is a rare condition which might be typical for people with developmental disorders, such as autism or Asperger's syndrome. Patients with such condition are extremely talented in music, drawing and painting, calculations, cartography, and constructing 3D models.
    - Besides people who don't react to pain, there are those who are indifferent to cold. A vivid example is Wim Hof - a man from the Netherlands who brought doctors to their wit's end. The thing is Wim is able to stand very low temperatures. He managed to spend 120 minutes in a pipe with freezing water and ice, has climbed to the top of Mont Blanc wearing shorts (and his pen), and even swims under the ice of frozen lakes and rivers.
    - Urbach-Wiethe disease is a rare genetic disorder which leads to the complete lack of fear. Only 300 cases are known, and a quarter of them have been registered in South Africa.
    - Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia. People suffering from this condition frequently have eerily pointed teeth, therefore, looking similar to the legendary blood-feeding creatures from horror films. People with more prominent symptoms of this illness are extremely thin and pale; their eyes are outlined with dark circles.
    - Polymelia is a strange disorder. People suffering from it are born with an unusual number of limbs. In some cases, these limbs are pretty useful, in others they are non-functioning.
    - This syndrome is genetic, what is more, it progresses throughout life. People with such a disease have the soft tissues of their bodies turning into bone. The mutation of the ACVR1 gene responsible for the development of different tissues of the human body leads to terrible consequences.
    - The hair growth of such people is abnormal. All their bodies are covered with thick hair, it grows, long and lush, even on their faces. The reason for this condition which has gained the nickname werewolf syndrome is most likely to be the genetic mutation.
    - Foreign accent syndrome. The most common reason for this condition is a head injury or a stroke. The person with this condition changes the way they place their tongue during speaking. The most effective treatment, in this case, is the speech therapy.

    Which disease have you found the most shocking? Have you ever met anybody with the conditions described in the video?

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  • 10 Mind Blowing Child Prodigies

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    They might just be kids, but they're some of the smartest, most talented people in the world.

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  • The Growing Pains Of A Teenage Genius | Full Documentary | Reel Truth

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    What do you do when your child is gifted and their academic ability has overtaken yours? In a lot of ways 13-year-old Cameron Thompson is a normal teenage boy - obsessed with computer games, sporting the first hints of a moustache and a newfound interest in girls. But he is also a maths genius who is currently doing an Open University degree in applied mathematics and it is this ability that has singled him out. That, and an intense social awkwardness his parents put down to his Asperger's Syndrome. Can Cameron balance the need to remain the genius he has always been - and therefore different - with the classic teenage longing to be accepted?

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  • Geniuses Humans: What Makes their Brains So Special - Full documentary

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    A genius is a person who displays exceptional intellectual ability, creative productivity, universality in genres or originality, typically to a degree that is associated with the achievement of new advances in a domain of knowledge. Despite the presence of scholars in many subjects throughout history, many geniuses have shown high achievements in only a single kind of activity.

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  • The Growing Pains Of A Teenage Genius | Full Documentary | Reel Truth Science

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    What do you do when your child is gifted and their academic ability has overtaken yours? In a lot of ways 13-year-old Cameron Thompson is a normal teenage boy - obsessed with computer games, sporting the first hints of a moustache and a newfound interest in girls. But he is also a maths genius who is currently doing an Open University degree in applied mathematics and it is this ability that has singled him out. That, and an intense social awkwardness his parents put down to his Asperger's Syndrome. Can Cameron balance the need to remain the genius he has always been - and therefore different - with the classic teenage longing to be accepted?

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  • 10 Common Habits of Genius People

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    Ultimate fact presents top 10 Common Habits of Genius People. You won't believe what intelligent do!! Intelligence can be hard to measure, but science has linked these quirks to higher levels of learning, problem-solving, and creativity. Regardless of how smartness is determined - whether it's having a high IQ, significant talents, or an above-average amount of creativity, here are some general patterns and things ONLY genius people do!
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  • 5 Real Life Geniuses | Super Human | Absolute Documentaries |

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    5 people, 5 extraordinary talents, 5 geniuses! Meet the teenage art prodigy, the real Rainman with the biggest factual recall in the world, the child scientist, the unemployed account with a record-breaking memory, and the 10-year-old musical superstar. Watch this amazing documentary and find out who these amazing people are.

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  • The Musical Genius: Derek Paravicini - Trailer

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    A trailer from The Musical Genius, produced by A FOCUS PRODUCTIOn for FIVE & Discovery Health. Distributed by Channel 4 International

    An Evening with Derek Paravicini and the Emerald Ensemble
    Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall
    Monday 8 June 2009, 7.30pm
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    TV's musical genius Derek Paravicini, the world famous musical savant, makes his London debut with the Emerald Ensemble Chamber Orchestra playing classical, blues and jazz compositions plus some sensational improvisations. Although blind and severely learning impaired Derek can play any piece of music after hearing it only once.

    Derek has performed at Ronnie Scott's, Beverley Hills, Hollywood and boogied with Jules Holland. His remarkable abilities have been investigated in the film The Musical Genius. Derek's life story, In the Key of Genius, written by his music teacher Professor Adam Ockelford, is a best-seller.

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    Johann Pachelbel: Canon in D
    Claude Debussy: /Martin Pring: Le petit negre
    Johann Sebastian Bach: Air from Orchestral Suite No.3 in D, BWV.1068 (Air on a G string)
    George Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue
    Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dance No.5 in F sharp minor
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    Dmitry Shostakovich: Waltz No.2 from Suite for Variety Stage Orchestra
    Lowell McKennitt: Marco Polo
    George Botsfield: Black and white Rag
    Keith Emerson: Honky tonk train blues
    Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion
    Requests and improvisations
    Nicolay Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov: The Flight of the Bumble Bee

  • Is This Unemployed Accountant the New Einstein? | Superhuman Geniuses | Only Human

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    Ben Pridmore is an unemployed accountant and an unlikely genius.
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  • Superhuman The Invisible Made Visible 2020 -nic

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    SUPERHUMAN: The Invisible Made Visible is based on the jaw-dropping experiences of individuals with extra-sensory powers that seem to defy the laws of physics known to man today. Producer and host Caroline Cory, who has her own extensive experience in the field of Consciousness Studies and Extra Sensory Perception, takes the viewers on an extraordinary journey to achieve tangible and measurable proof of these seemingly miraculous phenomena. Through a series of groundbreaking scientific experiments and demonstrations, viewers will find themselves connecting the dots about the true nature of their own consciousness, the relation between mind and matter and discover whether they live in a simulated matrix or if they can have control over their physical reality and create a fulfilling human experience. The film ultimately shows that once the invisible worlds are made visible, this attained higher awareness will transform humans into superhumans.

  • Extremely Intelligent Man Learns Icelandic in a Week | Only Human

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    An extraordinary documentary on the brainpower of Daniel T, a young Englishman, who could be the world’s greatest mental athlete.
    Daniel is not just a memory champion, but also a calculating wizard and super linguist and he speaks no less than nine languages. Daniel, the oldest of seven children, has been able to do amazing calculations after an epileptic fit when he was 3 years old. He was even able to remember over 22,000 numbers in a public display of his ability. But how does he do it? Leading scientists explore the extraordinary world of this real-life Rainman. Daniel’s psychological make-up is explored by Cambridge University autism expert Professor Simon Baron Cohen who delves into his childhood experiences in an effort to explain his remarkable abilities. In America, Daniel meets other extraordinary people like himself, known as “savants” --- including Kim Peek, whose story was the basis of the movie “Rainman”. Brain scientists at the Salk Institute in San Diego, including Professor V S Ramachandra, are astounded at his skills and discover the key to Daniel’s ability is his visual imagery which his brain “sees” when he hears a number, this condition is known as synaesthesia. To show it’s not just numbers Daniel can remember -- he also learns one of the world’s hardest languages, Icelandic, in just one week --- and gets interviewed on Icelandic TV after only 7 days of learning to speak it.


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  • Stephen Wiltshire draws London from Memory | The Human Camera Documentary | Only Human

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    Stephen Wiltshire is one of Britain’s most prolific and talented young artists. He is also autistic.
    Autistic savant Stephen Wiltshire has the ability to sketch huge urban landscapes from memory in near-photographic detail. This documentary tells the story of the boy who stunned the world with his first picture of Salisbury Cathedral at the age of eight, and who has developed into a successful young artist. Stephen has drawn many of the world’s greatest cities such as Rome, New York, and Hong Kong; yet he has never drawn his home town. Spending 15 minutes taking in the London skyline from a helicopter, Stephen will then be provided with a 360-degree, 20-meter wide canvas and a box of pens and pencils to sketch the view from memory, street-by-street, and building for building.
    This film will follow Stephen as he faces his greatest challenge yet – to draw the largest ever panoramic view of London to be put on public display.

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  • Scientists study 10-year-old child with super memory

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    A 60 Minutes story on people with super memories caused dozens more, including Jake Hausler, to come forward, giving science more subjects to study. Watch Lesley Stahl's report on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

  • Extraordinary People: The Savant Syndrome - Darold A. Treffert, M.D.

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    Extraordinary People: The Savant Syndrome - Darold A. Treffert, M.D.

    Part of the 10th Annual International Bioethics Forum, Manifesting the Mind which was was designed to explore the Mind-Brain phenomenon and how this relates to human consciousness., held by the BTC Institute in Madison, WI on April 28-29, 2011.

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  • The Human Camera | Real Stories

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    Stephen Wiltshire is one of Britain’s most prolific and talented young artists. He is also autistic.

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  • Extraordinary Variations of the Human Mind: Darold Treffert: The Incredible Savant Syndrome

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    (1:34 - Main Talk) Darold Treffert shares the fascinating story of Leslie Lemke, a musical savant, to provide a look at the characteristics of savantism. Recorded on 05/05/2017. [3/2019] [Show ID: 32447]

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  • Extraordinary People - The boy who sees without eyes 1/5

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    This is a documentary about a boy (Ben Underwood) who has taught himself to use echo location to navigate around the world. Ben Underwood is blind, but has managed to do some truly extraordinary feats.

    I've cut this documentary up into 5 parts, and all can be found in my profile, or below.

    [Part 1] (10:51)
    [Part 2] (10:37)
    [Part 3] (10:20)
    [Part 4] (10:34)
    [Part 5] (05:12)

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    The boy who sees without eyes - Extraordinary People

    A documentary about Ben Underwood, a boy who has taught himself to use echo location to navigate around the world. Ben Underwood is blind, but has managed to do some truly extraordinary feats.

  • Extraordinary People - The Musical Genius

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    Paravicini was born extremely prematurely, at 25 weeks.[1] His blindness was caused by oxygen therapy given during his time in a neonatal intensive care unit. This also affected his developing brain, resulting in his severe learning disability.[2] He also has autism.

    He has absolute pitch and can play a piece of music after hearing it once. He began playing the piano by the age of two when his nanny gave him an old keyboard. His parents arranged for him to attend the Linden Lodge School for the Blind in London. On his introductory visit to the school, in the music room he broke free from his parents, then headed straight for a piano being played, and then pushed the player, Adam Ockelford, aside to take over. Ockelford encouraged him and arranged first weekly and then daily lessons.[3][4] Aged seven, he gave his first concert in Tooting Leisure Centre in South London.

    In 1989, at the age of nine, Paravicini had his first major public concert at the Barbican Hall in London when he played with the Royal Philharmonic Pops Orchestra. In that year he appeared on Wogan and was the main subject of a documentary called Musical Savants. Aged ten he was presented with a Barnardo's Children's Champion Award by Diana, Princess of Wales.[2] More opportunities followed, including playing at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club.[4] Paravicini is a resident at the Royal National Institute of the Blind.[4]

    He was featured on an episode of Channel 5's Extraordinary People in an episode titled The Musical Genius, which showed his journey to Las Vegas to play in a charity concert with another savant, Rex Lewis-Clack. He was interviewed twice by Lesley Stahl for 60 Minutes.[3] In 2009 he was one of the subjects of the NOVA series' episode, Musical Minds, featuring neurologist Oliver Sacks, on PBS.[5] He was featured a second time by 60 Minutes on 14 March 2010.[6] In 2009 he performed for the former Chancellor Alistair Darling, when he unexpectedly played Big Spender.[2]

    On 13 May 2010 Paravicini made legal history when the United Kingdom's last remaining secret court was opened for the first time to discuss his future care. The Court of Protection, which controls the future of adults incapable of managing their own affairs, appointed Paravicini's family to look after his welfare and commercial future. Until that legal decision was made the Official Solicitor from the Ministry of Justice had been looking after his affairs, rather than his divorced parents, Nicolas Paravicini and Mary Ann Parker Bowles.[2]

    On August 26, 2010 Derek was featured on the History Channel's Stan Lee's Superhumans. On the show Derek was subjected to testing which verified his savantism and superhuman musical ability. After improvising at two pianos with the composer Matthew King, for a radio programme made for BBC Radio 4, Derek and Matthew collaborated on a new Piano Concerto entitled Blue which was first performed with the Orchestra of St John's in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London in September 2011. This is believed to be the first concerto ever composed for someone with learning disabilities.
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  • The Woman With Superhuman Eye Vision

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    A woman named Veronica Seider from Stuttgart, Germany can see 20 times better than the average person. Average human eye can barely see details 20 feet away, but Veronica could see details a mile away. Her strong eyesight allowed her to clearly read a 10-page letter on the back of a postage stamp.

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  • Superhuman: The Invisible Made Visible | Official Trailer HD

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    Award-winning Superhuman: The Invisible Made Visible is based on the jaw-dropping experiences of individuals with extra-sensory powers that seem to defy the laws of physics known to man today. Producer and host Caroline Cory, who has her own extensive experience in the field of Consciousness Science and Extra Sensory Perception, takes the viewers on an extraordinary journey to achieve tangible and measurable proof of these seemingly miraculous phenomena. Through a series of groundbreaking scientific experiments and demonstrations, viewers will find themselves connecting the dots about the true nature of their own consciousness, the relation between mind and matter and discover whether they live in a simulated matrix or if they can have control over their physical reality and create a fulfilling human experience. The film ultimately shows that once the invisible worlds are made visible, this attained higher awareness will transform humans into superhumans. Watch Now:

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  • Child Prodigy Paints Visions From God | SuperHuman Geniuses | Only Human

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    Genius takes a look into the mind of child prodigy. The connection of high intelligence and Asperger's Syndrome, Autism and early age head trauma can result in extremely high intelligence. Featuring Allison Baker, Ali Mae, Yuto Miyazawa, Emily Bear, Merle Langs, Jan Lisiecki, Magnus Carlsen, Pranav Veera, Daniel Tammett, Jackie Evancho, Marc Tarman, Terry Moran, James Kimura. a film by Antonio Racciano

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  • Top 10 Best Movies about Geniuses | List Portal

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    Top 10 Best Movies about Geniuses | List Portal

    Do you like movies about Intelligence?

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    In this video, we will show you the best movies about geniuses. These films explore the brilliant minds in the lead role. Some fans of movies and intelligence wants to see movies about geniuses, smart people and gifted kids. Our list of genius minds movies will inspire the students to focus on their studies.

    This list of movies contains films Gifted (2017), The Man Who Knew Infinity (2015), The Theory of Everything (2014), Limitless (2011) and many more.

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