A two years old boy child in England has IQ reached 160, equal with intelligence famous scientist likes Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Oscar Wrigley is the youngest boy who become Mensa member – the oldest and the best organization – that the member have high IQ in the world according to reported quoted from Xinhuanet on October 12, 2009. Wrigley that evaluated by Gifted Children’s Infromation Center at Solihull, England, has IQ 160, the highest score measured from Stanford-Binet test. He takes percentage position at 99.99 that make him become one of the brightest children in the world. John Stevenage, Mensa Chief Executive informed that Wrigley reality had already accepted join the organization at aged 2 years, 5 months, and 11 days. Wrigley has extraordinary ability. Wrigley parent said that they were known their son geniusness since Wringley aged 12 weeks. Wrigley started talk when at nine months, able memorized alphabet at 18 months, and when he reached two years old, he already had thousands word vocabulary.