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Average IQ for today's physicists is 133, per a peer-reviewed study. Benchmark: modern average IQ is 100.
Flynn Effect impacts IQ over time. Einstein's average IQ was adjusted for his era. For Newton, we've revised the stabilization point to 60.
Factoring in the Flynn Effect, Einstein's average physicist IQ circles around 103. Newton's is recalibrated to approximately 89.
In Einstein's time, roughly 3,000 physicists. Newton? Around 300. This rarity affects their IQ's exceptional nature.
Normal distribution and physicist counts lead to Einstein's IQ of about 160 and Newton's updated estimate of 130.
Einstein and Newton? Both intellectual titans, but their IQ estimates are time-sensitive and affected by their peer density.