Kid explains 4D

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I think he's from another dimension, lol. At that age I was drinking Passion pop (a cheap wine) and listening to KISS records.
He’s either an alien Grey or he is a COVID Long Hauler. Let’s examine him further to find out!

I do like his progressive explanation. I could get on board with the idea that time is not the fourth dimension though.
 

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I have an 11 yr. old granddaughter who tests out at genius level with an almost eidetic memory. She's like an elephant who forgets nothing and sends this Nana to Google more than I like to admit. Kids like this fascinate and scare me. lol
 

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I have an 11 yr. old granddaughter who tests out at genius level with an almost eidetic memory. She's like an elephant who forgets nothing and sends this Nana to Google more than I like to admit. Kids like this fascinate and scare me. lol
Their knowledge seems to be advancing at a great rate. It makes grandparents feel like they aren't needed, I hope the new generation learns how to catch a rabbit or fish and grow their own veggies, just in case.
 
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Their knowledge seems to be advancing at a great rate. It makes grandparents feel like they aren't needed, I hope the new generation learns how to catch a rabbit or fish and grow their own veggies, just in case.
Actually, all my grandkids do! They are home schooled (luckily my daughter in law has a Masters degree as a teacher and in music as well) and part of the schooling involves all of that. She can catch fish, grow veggies, dance, play 3 instruments, cook, and start a fire all while reciting historical events or doing math equations. I just kind of sit there and remind her taking time to play is a good thing...lol
 

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Actually, all my grandkids do! They are home schooled (luckily my daughter in law has a Masters degree as a teacher and in music as well) and part of the schooling involves all of that. She can catch fish, grow veggies, dance, play 3 instruments, cook, and start a fire all while reciting historical events or doing math equations. I just kind of sit there and remind her taking time to play is a good thing...lol
That is a great education, good she is getting survival skills on top, she will be a very capable adult.
 
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That is a great education, good she is getting survival skills on top, she will be a very capable adult.
I hate to admit it but she may already out "capable" me! lol My 15 yr. old grandson has his own forge and is a blacksmith and well on his way to Eagle Scout status. He makes knives and swords besides other "useful" items.

I know people think kids today are not educated as well as we were. With the right teachers, kids can be amazing.