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by Kathy Wolfe The simple definition of genius is someone with “exception intellectual or creative ability.” That can certainly be said of the individuals Tidbits examines this week. • What constitutes a genius IQ level? Intelligence tests are based on one devised by French psychologist Alfred Binet in the 1950s. Average intelligence falls between a score of 85 and 114. It’s estimated that about half of the world’s population has an IQ between 90 and 110. A score of about 160 is considered to be a genius. About 1% of all the people in the world are above 136. It’s believed that Einstein’s IQ was 160, while Mozart’s is estimated at 165. • Considered the world’s first real child prodigy, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart began studying violin and harpsichord at age 3. At 5, he was performing at the University of Salzburg and at Vienna’s Imperial Court the following year. He was 6 when he began composing minuets and other short pieces. His first symphony came along at age 8 and an opera at 12. Mozart received all of his education from his father and never attended a school. He frequently experienced anxiety, loneliness, and sadness, and occasionally exhibited the symptoms of Tourette’s Syndrome and bipolarism. Although he only lived to age 35, he composed more than 600 pieces, including 68 symphonies, 27 piano concertos, horn concertos, violin sonatas, and many volumes of string quartet music.

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GENIUSES (continued): • Albert Einstein was responsible for “the world’s most famous equation,” E=mc2, the formula for mass-energy equivalence. Yet this German-born physicist failed his first college entrance exam, passing only the math and science sections, forcing him to attend a secondary school before retaking and passing the test a year later. Einstein’s 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect. He came to America on a visit in 1933, and made the decision to stay when new German laws prohibited him from teaching at any university there. He renounced his German citizenship, took a teaching position at Princeton, and became a U.S. citizen in 1940. Regarding the topic of genius, he once said, “The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.” • Regarded as one of the greatest scientists of all times, Isaac Newton almost became a farmer. His mother urged him to follow in his late father’s footsteps on the family farm, but this genius disliked the profession intensely. He attended Cambridge University, studying mathematics, physics, and astronomy. We’re most familiar with his theory of gravitation, developed after watching an apple fall from a tree. Most folks have also heard of his law of inertia that states that an object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion tends to stay in motion. Another familiar Newton law is that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Newton was also responsible for the first practical reflecting telescope. Modern-day psychologists believe it’s quite possible that this genius had Asperger Syndrome, an autism disorder characterized by severe difficulties in social situations.

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• Robert “Bobby” Fischer was an American chess master, who at age 14, won the World Chess Championship, the youngest winner of the title. At 15, he was the youngest international grandmaster of all time. This son of a biophysicist father and a teacher, then nurse, then physician mother, Bobby learned chess when he was six years old, using the instructions from a chess set bought at a candy store. As a genius with an IQ of 187, he dropped out of high school at age 16 to dedicate himself to the game. His famous 1972 world championship match against the USSR’s Boris Spassky put Fischer in the public eye. After that match, he became a recluse and didn’t play a competitive game in public for nearly 20 years. • A modern-day genius, 30-year-old Michael Kearney received his first bachelor’s degree at age 10, and had earned three more by age 21, followed by a doctorate in chemistry at 22. Kearney spoke his first words at four months, and at six months, surprised his pediatrician by saying, “I have a left ear infection.” By 10 months, he was reading, and graduated from high school at age six.

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GENIUSES (continued): • When Edison was developing the phonograph, it wasn’t as a form of entertainment. He was more interested in its educational and business possibilities – teaching elocution and diction, recordings for the blind, dictation, and recording a teacher’s instructions. During the 1880s, this brilliant individual filed for a new patent on the average of every five days, more than 1,300 items over the course of his creative life. Because he had dyslexia, Edison spent just three months in public school before his mother chose to deal with his learning disability by homeschooling him. Although we mainly remember his “big” inventions, such as the stock ticker, voting machine, motion picture camera and projector, phonograph, and incandescent light bulbs, Edison was also the inventor of waxed paper! As to being a genius, Edison had this to say, “Genius is one percent inspiration and 99% perspiration.” • Kim Ung-Yong’s IQ is approximately 210, perhaps the highest in the world. By his third birthday, he was reading Japanese, Korean, German, and English, and was enrolled as a physics student at South Korea’s Hanyang University. At 8, he was invited by NASA to study in the U.S. and work for the organization. After 10 years with NASA, he returned to Korea and obtained his doctorate in civil engineering.

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• It was Polish chess grandmaster Savielly Tartakower who made the following sage observation: “Victory goes to the player who makes the next-to-last mistake.” • In the late 19th century, a single female Bengal tiger, known as the Champawat Tiger, was solely responsible for an estimated 430 deaths in India and Nepal. After evading hunters and the Nepalese Army for years, she was finally killed in 1907 by a hunter named Jim Corbett. • A leech can consume 10 times its weight in its victims’ blood. • In 2011, during a tough financial time for the nation of Romania, the government instituted a 16 percent tax on the incomes of self-proclaimed witches, fortunetellers and astrologers. Those so employed were incensed and vowed retribution, some casting spells against the president and those members of the government who had supported the legislation. In an unrelated incident, the legislature also drafted a measure that would punish those who incorrectly predicted the future.

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• There is a planet named Gliese 436b orbiting a red dwarf star. It’s about the size of Neptune, and it’s very, very hot -- roughly 820 degrees Fahrenheit. None of this is terribly unusual; what’s truly surprising is the fact that the planet’s surface is made up largely of ice (with an outer layer of hydrogen and helium) despite the heat. It seems that the gravity and atmospheric pressure are so great that water is forced into a solid form, creating so-called hot ice. • A Louisiana man once caught a grape in his mouth that was tossed from 252 feet away. *** Thought for the Day: “He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire.” -- Sir Winston Churchill (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.


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1/16 MOPS (Mother of Preschoolers) 9:30-11:30 am; Eastgate SDA Church, 380 Tausick Way, Walla Walla. Come & connect with other moms. Brunch and child care are provided for this potluck and play date. Come and have some much needed "mom" time. For more info: Call 509-301-4866 or email mops@eastgatesdachurch.org 1/16 Financial Peace University Class 6:30 pm, SonBridge, 1200 SE 12th Street, College Place. Classes begin January 16th and the class continues for the next nine Thursdays. To register: Call Greg Nelson at 509-540-9686 1/17 Celebrate Recovery 6:30 pm (Dinner at 5:30 pm); Eastgate SDA Church, 380 Tausick Way, Walla Walla. This is a 12-step Christ centered program. Child care is available. For more info: Ladies call Ruth at 509-301-5685 or Men call Tracey at 509-301-8400. 1/18,19 All You Can Eat Breakfast 8-11 am; Prescott Lions Community Building, corner of Hwy 124 & D Street, Prescott. Cost is $6 per person. 1/19 Square & Round Dance Lessons 2-3:30 pm; Community Building, 109 NE Fifth, Milton-Freewater. Offered by the Muddy Frogs Square Dance Club. Everyone is welcome. Bring a friend but a partner is not required. First three lessons are free. For more info: Call Merri Anne at 541-861-9055 or email merrianneh@charter.net 1/21

Reducing Hazardous Toxins In & Around Your Home 6:30-8:00 pm; Sustainable Living Center, WWCC, Water & Environmental Center, 500 Tausick Way, Walla Walla. Workshop is free and for all ages. For more info: Call 509-524-5218 or online at www.sustainablelivingcenter.com

1/22 High Noon Toastmasters 12:15 pm; Blue Mountain Baptist Church, 3009 Heritage Road, Walla Walla. Lunch is optional for $5. For more info: Call 509-529-4345 1/22 Celebrate Recovery 7 pm (Dinner at 6 pm on the 1st Wednesday every month); CenterPointe, 2139 Fern St,Walla Walla. A 12-step, Christ centered program for people with hurts, habits and hang-ups. Child care is available. For more info: Ladies call Michelle at 509-200-3703. Men call Ryan at 509-301-7828 or Gary at 509-301-5673 or email glcasey@hotmail.com

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Computers • Laptops Macs • Printers

•Office Supplies W e’v •Virus Removal Movede! •Remote Support Complete Computer Solutions

Open Mon - Fri: 9am-6pm 612 North Main, Milton-Freewater 541-861-7000

541-263-2443 Dance Lessons • Ballet • Modern • Jazz

HOME DECOR

(Cars, Trucks, Vans, SUVs)

Classes Available for Individuals with Developmental Challenges.

Additional Words 30 Cents Each (Must be Prepaid)

OFFICE DESK. Measures 24” X 48” with two locking drawers. $75. 509-386-2219.

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Clocks • Frames • Jewelry Wall Decor • Light Garden L.A.idol Jeans • Hats • Purses Wallets and Much More! Open Tue - Fri: 10am-5pm Saturday 10am-3pm 914 S. Main, Milton-Freewater 541-938-6152

• Specialty Services • 10% Senior Discount Call For Appt. Gift Certificates Available

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WE CARE

WANTED JAPANESE motorcycles Kawasaki: Z1900, KZ900, KZ1000, Z1R, Kawasaki Triples, GT380, GS400, CB750, (1969-75) Cash Paid, Nationwide pickup, 1-800-772-1142, 1-310-721-0726. usa@ classicrunners.com

about your order from the time you place it to the time it’s delivered!

BeBop Flower Shop 525-4038

Creating Smiles Daily!

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AUTO DETAIL • Hand Car Wash • Complete Detailing • Any Make or Model

Ages 4 to Adult

$6Minimum Per 20Week Words

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608 North Main Street Milton-Freewater

Milton-Freewater Computer Repair

Gated & Locked Outside RV/Boat Parking Available at Only $1/foot

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Of The Blue Mountain Region

•General Gun Repair & Online Sales •Cleaning •Cold Bluing •Stock Refinishing •New Stock Fitting

COMPUTER SERVICES

Safe & Secure Storage Facilities with Owner On Site Rates 5’ X 10’ - $35 Start 10’ X 16’ - $60 At 10’ X 20’ - $70

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Overcrowded? WE CAN HELP!

Instructor: Rhonda Copeland

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FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY

Unique Sweetheart Gifts

A Dave Ramsey Program

CD EXCHANGE

In 9 lessons, you'll learn to take control of your money, invest for the future, and give like never before!

Classes Meet Every Thursday at 6pm Beginning January 16th

2200 Melrose, Suite 6A, Walla Walla 509-526-3309 • Hours Vary, Please Call

Retro, Hard-to-Find items for Atari, PS64, Game Cube. Controllers plus games for your sweetheart who loves new and old games!

To Register: Call Greg Nelson at 509-540-9686

1200 SE 12th, College Place

Resolving to save money this year?

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INSTALLATION • SERVICE • REPAIR • Electrical Wiring of All Types • New Construction & Remodels • Pumps, Electric Motors & Controls • Power Tool Parts & Repair • Security & Fire Alarm Systems • 24-Hr U.L. Alarm Monitoring • Computer Network Cabling • Computer Systems Sales & Service

509-529-2500

Ring in the new year with new deals every day!

1-800-210-2501

Open 8am-9pm Daily

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1421 Dell Avenue, Walla Walla

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• The colorless, flammable, odorous chemical known as formaldehyde is used in building materials, including pressed-wood products, along with many household products. It’s also found in cigarette smoke, some glues, permanent press fabrics, fungicides, and disinfectants, and is a common medical lab preservative and widely used at mortuaries. The International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified formaldehyde as a known human carcinogen, and studies suggest there is a connection between exposure and leukemia. Exposure can be especially irritating to the eyes, nose, and throat, causing coughing and inflammation of the respiratory tract. • When gold was discovered in California at Sutter’s Mill in 1848, thousands flocked to the area seeking treasure. Most people headed there in 1849, giving them the nickname the FortyNiners. That year, San Francisco’s population jumped from 800 to more than 50,000. California’s head count increased by 86,000 people in two years. The folks who struck it rich weren’t the miners, but rather those who created businesses to serve the prospectors. Two well-known companies that came out of the era are Wells Fargo and Levi Strauss. • Back in 1912, Westinghouse employees Daniel O’Conor and Herbert Faber teamed up on an invention to be used in electrical insulation. It was made of wrapped woven fabric coated with a thermosetting resin, which was flattened and cured in a press. They intended their product to replace mica in the insulation, and dubbed their invention Formica, because it was a substitute for mica. Today we most often think of Formica as a heat-resistant laminate with melamine resin for use on kitchen countertops.


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