5-year-old genius explains the microscopic organisms that keep us alive

Did you know our body is made up of trillions of microscopic cells working together to keep us alive?

Anson, a 5-year-old genius, know all about these tiny organisms that work hard everyday to keep us going.

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He explained just a few of the major organelles in the cell, and the important job they have.

  1. Nucleus: The powerhouse of the cell
  2. Endoplasmic reticulum: Creates proteins
  3. Lysosomes: “Suicide bags” of the cell
  4. Mitochondria: Produces energy for the cell
  5. Cell membrane: Protects the cell’s organelles

Anson’s Answers features a 5-year-old genius. He has a college-level grasp on various areas of science, dreams of becoming the president and can speak multiple languages. Did you catch that he’s just 5 years old? Anson has a passion for teaching others and loves to share videos explaining the human body, the laws of physics and his ideas for the future. Grab a seat, because Professor Anson’s class is in session!

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