- Is the go-to guy for college classmates who need assistance in his calculus-based physics class at the Indiana/Purdue University campus in Indianapolis
- Was knowledgeable about astronomy at age 3
- Is working on his own theory of how the universe came about.
AND FINALLY, THIS. In light of the fact that vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for children 4 and older, the American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its safety guidelines for children in cars. AAP now recommends that toddlers sit in rear-facing car seats until 2, or until they max out in terms of height and weight for the seat. A second recommendation, and one that will be more of a challenge for parents to implement, is that children should be seated in a booster seat until they are 4 feet nine inches tall and between 8 and 12 years old. Furthermore, children should ride in the back seat until they are 13, says the AAP. Read more.