Friday, December 11, 2015

Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg has Started Teaching His Newborn Baby Quantum Physics

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan had their daughter Max less than a month ago, but they're already starting her education.


The Facebook CEO just posted a picture on the social networkalongside his monthly book recommendation showing he and Chan reading out loud to their young daughter. 
He starts by joking that the next title in his Year of Books list is "Quantum Physics for Babies." That's a real book that introduces the basics of quantum physics with simple pictures and sentences.
He's actually recommending "World Order" by Henry Kissinger. 
But baby books might actually make the list next year. 
We're guessing Zuckerberg is poking a little bit of fun at himself and overzealous parenting in general — but there's growing evidence that reading to infants helps their vocabulary and reading skills later on, even if they don't understand a single thing you're saying at the time. Plus, it's a bonding experience.
"I am loving reading to Max," he writes. "Next year looks like it's going to be A Year of Children's Books!"
Here's the full post:


My next book for A Year of Books is Quantum Physics for Babies!Just kidding. It's actually World Order by Henry...
Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday, December 10, 2015

And here's the best comment on the post so far:


Have a baby in your life who really should be stepping up his or her science knowledge? The book runs through the basics of what energy is and how atoms never stand still. Author Chris Ferrie, who has a series of other books including "Optical Physics for Babies" and "Newtonian Physics for Babies," calls it a "colorfully simple introduction" and you can buy it here
If Max ends up excelling in the maths and sciences, it would align with Zuckerberg's own childhood: Mark created a messaging program called "Zucknet" using Atari BASIC at age 12 and also regularly coded computer games for his friends.
 businessinsider

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