Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"Who are the genius giants of the past? Psychologist Catharine Cox {in the 1930's, using childhood biographical data, came up} with these IQ estimates: Goethe 210 Kant 175 Voltaire 190 Luther 170 Newton 190 Mozart 165 Galileo 185 B. Franklin 160 Da Vinci 180 Rembrandt 155 Descartes 180 Lincoln 150."

Ian BALL, 1987, Daily Telegraph, 2 xii.

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