He’s a Genius

He’s a Genius

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  1. Mat Mat says:

    Dr Erik at 14: getting his bachelors degree

    Me at 14: still learning my timestables

  2. Computing with Coffee says:

    My parents never compared me to a smart kid . They said Gene’s always skip one generation so I have no excuse if I am bad at math because my grandfather was a math professor.

    Math is my weakest subject

    • John Doe says:

      @Stormy yh. They teach too much useless bs

    • Smeggers says:

      @John Doe math is useless to you if you become a McDonald’s employee

    • John Doe says:

      @Smeggers explain how i am gonna use the pythagorean theorem in the IT field then, if i would go into the IT field

    • Peacemakerッ says:

      They got their genes from the same grandparents

    • Zachary Lamb says:

      @John Doe It depends on what you’re doing in IT. If you’re programming you need to know a wide array of different mathematical concepts based on what you’re doing. For instance, if you want to develop a 3d renderer/rasterizer you need to know a bunch of vector and matrix math. If you’re working as an IT support tech or something, then probably not so much.

  3. Ranit Baram says:

    He’s a genius professor. Absolutely love the way he teaches.

  4. khoibut says:

    I love this guy so much I learnt so many things from him on MIT opencourseware he is a very good teacher he carried me through the time I do competitive programming in high school yeah basically a very awesome guy

  5. snow golem says:

    Gohar: records his hands above a wooden table

    J perm: also records his hands above a wooden table
    Gohar and j perm have a very similar voice.

    And they are clearly both into rubik’s cubing:
    J perm has a channel all about rubik’s cubing

    And gohar had two 3x3s in a previous video and now he has a 7×7

    Conclusion: they are the same person

    And for those who don’t know who j perm is, look it up on youtube, he makes videos about rubik’s cubes etc.

  6. Stacie Black says:

    Everyone: **talks about Erik**
    Me: “god I’m lucky I don’t have a rubix cube like his at the beginning of the video cause I’d cry trying to solve it”

  7. Aditya Sadaphule says:

    People who watched his DP lectures from MIT, definitely knows his history because they way he taught it, it felt really different from everyother lectures I have ever seen.

  8. Moya says:

    He’s the real life Sheldon tbh, this is the first time I’ve heard of him but he’s done so many things in such a young age. Brilliant, really.

  9. Andrew Nelson says:

    So actually I have a friend who did something very similar together. He graduated high school at 13, got his bachelors at 15, and is currently working on his masters i believe. We used to also be in a bowling league together 🙂

  10. My Girl. says:

    I had a classmate that when we were 12, he legit got accepted to college. The surprising thing is that he was failing all the classes.

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