Vanguard, eat your heart out.
In Troy New York, one Julian DuPont, 15, graduates from RPI this month.
Since age 12, DuPont has been tutoring and mentoring fellow college students in organic chemistry.
He was a freshman at age 12.
The students he mentored were six – eight years older.
In 2014, at age 12, he attended Bard College. He transferred to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at age 13.
Now that he is graduating at age 15, DuPont wants to go to medical school and be a doctor, perhaps a surgeon.
Now, he may be no Vanguard – the exalted name for prisoner 57005-177 also known as Crybaby Jane and on official records as Keith Alan Raniere.
While DuPont has been reading ever since he was 3 years old, Raniere was reading since he was one years’ old.
DuPont, at age 5, had a microscope.
Raniere, when he was 8, hid the flies from the microscope of a special needs child and called her stupid.
DuPont writes in his two-page autobiographical summary that “There was an immunology card game that I made out of my immune cell drawings that showed the functions of white blood cells fighting off pathogens.”
Raniere in his autobiography was already a concert-level pianist, judo champion and master of mathematics by the time this dullard DuPoint got out of diapers.
DuPont, at age 15, is researching jellyfish that glow a neon green due to Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP).
Raniere, at age 30 plus, researched sex with 12 year old girls.
Young DuPont has been described as having a “quick, nimble intellect.”
Raniere did a study that showed he was one of the top three problem solvers in the world.
DuPont’s future looks bright and promising as does Crybaby Jane’s – who is undoubtedly going to do a lot of researching in the coming years on the effects of prison life for the world’s smartest man.