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Post by Kisshu » Tue 11.20.2007 3:07 pm

Dude, this guy is TALENTED. Aparently, he's autistic with an awesome gift. What do you guys think?

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Post by Noob » Tue 11.20.2007 5:44 pm

Wow. The power of the human mind never ceases to amaze me.

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Post by xXsayukiXx » Tue 11.20.2007 9:22 pm

:oI wish I can draw like that...

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Post by chikara » Tue 11.20.2007 10:09 pm

Kisshu wrote:
Dude, this guy is TALENTED. Aparently, he's autistic with an awesome gift. What do you guys think?

Stephen Wiltshire
Australian 60 Minutes did a story on Stephen Wiltshire and Daniel Tammet back in August.

Daniel Tammet is the autistic savant who learnt to speak Icelandic in one week.

Here's Stephen Wiltshire drawing Tokyo from memory.
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Post by Noob » Tue 11.20.2007 11:06 pm

Who was the British guy that read PIE to like 2000 places?

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Post by chikara » Tue 11.20.2007 11:37 pm

Noob wrote:
Who was the British guy that read PIE to like 2000 places?
Daniel Tammet.

It is mentioned in the transcript of the Sixty Minutes show I linked to above.
... set a new record for reciting the number Pi to a staggering 22,500 decimal places ...
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RE: Talent

Post by luky » Wed 11.21.2007 12:38 am

That Steven Wiltshire thing blew my mind.

Here's my contribution:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=3IH2yYx8udo

I don't know who the kid is, but being a shred fanatic, I'd say he's for real.

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