The Isaac Newton Of The 21st Century | Soborno Isaac Bari

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“I know that I am intelligent because I know that I know nothing.” ~Socrates


As all high school seniors wait eagerly for acceptance letters from prestigious institutes like Harvard and Oxford, seven-year-old Soborno Isaac Bari has already lived the dream.

Soborno Isaac Baari
Soborno Isaac Baari

From Soborno Bari To Soborno Isaac Bari

At the age of two, his parents received a message requesting them to change his name to Isaac, after Sir Isaac Newton. Although his parents initially didn’t pay much heed to it, they soon discovered Soborno’s ability to grasp concepts he hadn’t been taught. 

Soborno Isaac Baari receiving the Global Child Prodigy Award 2020
Soborno Isaac Baari receiving the Global Child Prodigy Award 2020

Global Child Prodigy Awardee

Soborno is also a Global Child Prodigy Awardee, 2020. He was recognized among thousands of nominees, and the association awarded this young prodigy for his talent.


Soborno began receiving letters from presidents and chancellors of various universities and a letter from President Barack Obama, too, speaking of how proud he and Michelle were of Soborno Isaac Bari.

Several notable personalities have written to Soborno, like the director of the FBI, the presidents of Stanford University and Pennsylvania University, the German Chancellor, the French president, and even the secretary-general of the United Nations.

Former President Obamas letter to Soborno Isaac Bari
Former President Obama’s letter to Soborno Isaac Bari

His mother says, “There are so many presidents, prime ministers, Nobel laureates, and college professors who have loved him for his ability to be able to solve Ph.D.-level math, physics, chemistry, and computer science problems. But none have moved him like President Faust.”


During his interview with President Lisa Coico, the president of the City College of New York, Soborno, as a young 4-year-old prodigy, answered advanced-level chemistry, math, and physics problems.

Soborno with his calculations
Soborno with his calculations

Ambitious Little Prodigy

The U.S.-based Soborno, who has penned a 70-page book, titled The Love, spoke of his dream at the Savitribai Phule Pune University on Monday of trouncing terrorism by inspiring young people to fall in love with mathematics and science.

According to his father, Soborno’s dream and goal are to secure admission to Harvard by the age of 10 by giving the SAT exam. His aim to go to college this early is so that he can acquire multiple doctorate degrees.


Gobal Child Prodigy Award winner 2020 Master Isaac Bari

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“He also wants to explain five problems: Black-hole, string theory, dark matter, quantum computing, and making fusion a reality. Also, he wants to create Nazrul, the most advanced robot to colonize Mars. Where he wants to create a world without terrorism, all of which is outlined in his upcoming book The Love.”

We wish him all the luck in the world. And we are confident that one day he’ll be an incredible asset to the world of academia.

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