STLtoday - Life & Style: "For years, Parker has amazed his parents and teachers with his math skills. When he was 3, his parents could tell him which coins they had in their pocket, and he'd add the total in his head. "
This is an amazing child, I hope he is getting the support he needs to magnify this talent of his. There have not been many mathematical child prodigies. Gauss being the big one. Yet I fear for him too, because most mathematicians peak fairly young. Of late most do their greatest works in their 20-30s and then fall out of the sky not producing very much. Why? I have no idea neither do I have any idea how to help. All I know is that here is something here to be aware of.