Approximately 90 years ago, Dr. Lewis Terman initiated a research program that tracked the lives of 1,521 gifted children. The average age of the subjects at that time was eleven. Except for a few individuals directly related to the study, no one knew the identities of the subjects or their descendants. By the year 2010, all the initial research subjects, along with Dr. Lewis Terman, had died. How...
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Bob Sherwood has written another novel that presents lessons to learn for contemporary society. Once again, his characters are thinkers, cutting edge types whose activites rivet the reader. No matter where the characters are in the world, Bob write...
of their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren lived on. According to some reports, these people were the smartest people in America. In one instance, more than 1000 of the original subject’s grand-children were tested for intelligence. Most of those tested scored at a genius level, with many ranking as high as 225 on IQ tests. The identities of Terman’s subjects and their descendants have always been protected. If their identities were released, it is virtually guaranteed that corporations and nations would compete viciously to harness the intellectual prowess of these gifted people in competition for economic and military superiority. Despite this protection, many nations, wealthy individuals and private organizations never gave up the quest to discover the descendant’s identities. One nation, the United States, secretly vowed to protect them at any cost.