1. @Jeremy DeCaro what it is the beast?
      Might it be your arrogance deciding this horrible human being could ever have a 40+ yr personal relationship with the Living God of all creation!!

      What was it Jesus said? Don’t judge lest you be judged! Paraphrased.
      Or maybe “love as I have loved you”. It was the last thing the Christ Jesus said before ALLOWING himself to be nailed to a cross!

    2. @Kevin Mcconnell John 7:24 KJV Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.
      I won’t mind being judged for making righteous judgements. God wants us to judge righteously.
      I love everyone so I tell them the truth of what is coming and where their sins will take them if they don’t repent and have Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. You do understand Jesus doesn’t want us cussing right? In an earlier reply to prodigal son on this thread you typed WTF. Ephesians 4:29 KJV Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.
      I don’t understand what you are trying to get at?

    3. @Jeremy DeCaroso are you the great arbiter of righteous? As long as you are spewing rebukes and judgement towards others you are living outside the parameters the Christ Jesus laid out for believers.

    4. @Kevin Mcconnell I removed the speck out of my eye. Jesus wants us to rebuke others if we see them doing something wrong so no, I am not living outside Jesus Christ’s parameters. It’s pretty easy to understand that God doesn’t want filth coming from our mouths. Maybe these verses will help you understand what Jesus wants of us.
      2 Timothy 4:2 KJV Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine.
      Collosians 3:8 KJV But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication out of your mouth.

    1. @Yvonne Plant he might and each person has their own spiritual journey.it’s probably a private thing though.

    1. 🤣😂. I’m not laughing at you. I’m laughing at a memory of my physics teacher. On day one of class he opened the book and announced he thought he was teaching physical Ed. 😂

      He was the best teacher. Made science fun.

  1. Amazing! Keep up the good work towards an amazing future. Your fan club is cheering you on. Also, what awesome parents to guide and enrich the curiosity and enthusiasm to learn. 😮❤

  2. My oldest brother was valedictorian in high school and In His final speech he surprised everyone with saying that he was going to be the best garbage man anyone has ever met 😂 he actually turned out to be a city sewage engineer so that wasn’t too far from it.

  3. Congratulations, and well done, David :
    I hope you achieve your full potential and make a big difference
    ( for the better ) for all of us,
    some of whom are just as curious about everything, in this weird & wonderful universe,
    exactly like you are.

  4. That kid is learning at an amazing pace. I hope he goes on to do great things and keep humble. He still has a lot to learn that academia is not going to teach him.

    1. @CNNOTHING BURGER LETS GO BRANDON!!!  why have you been negative on all the threads. Just appreciate the gift In this young lad and keep it moving. Not all kids are exposed/love rap. Ijs

  5. What a shining example of why education is so important. There is NOTHING this young man can’t achieve. Bravo to Neal for acknowledging this young man. He made his day.

    1. @CNNOTHING BURGER LETS GO BRANDON!!!are you jealous you didn’t graduate high school at a young age? Did you even go to school?

  6. Congratulations! This should motivate our young population to keep going to school and stay educated! Be yourselves, guide your other school friends tell and them how much fun it is to be in the world of challenges!

    1. At least their family has one of the most remarkable tutors in the world to help his brothers & sisters, free of charge.

    1. He wasn’t humble… he literally said he “doesn’t get” what the big deal is about graduating at 9. That shows a lack of humility and empathy.

  7. I’m already looking forward to seeing David 10 years in the future, what he’s accomplished as a 19yo, and reflecting back to this moment of him as a 9yo.

      Are you getting paid per idiotic post? Is that how it works?

  8. Good Job Dad, keeping your childs insatiable curiousity in development while simultaneously protecting him from unintentional HIPPA law violations (and presumably explaining why thats important) is really a lot of high quality parental effort.

    Refuting the big bang is a great place to start David, I think you’re on to something; the event might well be a trick of the light, or, um, whole EM spectrum I mean.
    Good luck with your future endeavors!!!☀️🌱🌟

    1. This is what happens when boys have their fathers. You don’t hear of these stories often, but you never hear of them when the father isn’t around.

  9. How refreshing to see someone so young and full of promise.Perhaps he will benefit the world someday,with his genius.

  10. What a beatiful interview this was. Out of all this madness going on in this world, this young guy and Neil made my day. I wish you godspeed, young man..

  11. I love this kid’s whole attitude he’s not letting any of this phase him or give him a big head, he’s just like “what’s next”. Congratulations young man I look forward to seeing what you do.

  12. The smile that shined when he was told Neil DeGrasse Tyson wanted to talk with him almost made me cry. It was PURE joy. Stay curious David.

  13. This is TOO COOL! We usually see our celebrities be musicians, actors, and athletes and as a former athlete…the look in kid’s eyes when they get to meet you is just indescribable. But to me, I love it more when our kids see and meet academics, doctors, lawyers, heck…even politicians and want to pursue those paths.

    I’d say shoot for the moon, but since you AND other kids like you are ahead of the game, shoot for the next galaxy kiddos! Take us far and be better than we were and are. 👊🏿💪🏿🖤

  14. Congratulations, David! I wish you were my tutor, and I’m 53 years older than you. You’re one of the most impressive people of ANY age, young or old, I’ve ever seen, and I know that your work in the near future will benefit all 8,000,000,000 members of our family, so thank you in advance. And congratulations, Mr. & Mrs. Balogun on a job well done!

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