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  1. Since I cannot find any evidence that Alan Turing’s IQ was ever tested, I believe that his IQ was closer to 180–190 based on the multiple ground breaking work he accomplished during his short life to the foundations of mathematics, code breaking, inventions of encryption techniques and devices, named the father of Computer Science thus creating a new academic field which should have earned him a Nobel Prize in Science, his groundbreaking work in ‘Morphogenesis’, which is still in the progress of being understood by scientists 65 years later should have earned Alan Turing a Nobel prize in Biology.

    If Alan Turing was properly recognized for all his accomplishments, I believe he would have earned multiple Ph.Ds, awarded the CBE, Knighted by his country and given at least 2 Nobel prizes in Science & technology, all done in 41 years of his short life. Very few people throughout history have made such accomplishments.

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