The Combination Of Epilepsy And Autism Created This Math Prodigy. You Won't Believe What He Can Do
October 13, 2015
Scientists studying Daniel Tammet diagnosed him with epilepsy and autism. They believe the combination of those conditions made Daniel a savant - a person with a mental disability who demonstrates profound and prodigious abilities far in excess of what we consider normal.
Tammet doesn't see numbers the same way we do. He sees them as colors and shapes. With this ability, he was able to recite Pi - a number that goes on forever - to over 22,000 decimal places.
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