Impossible Quiz four is the newest brain game taking the hungry world by storm. Everyone is trying to get smarter in the most innovative way, and this quiz is a good example. But what’s so great about it?
Well—maybe you should take the Impossible quiz Four before you try to answer. If you’ve ever taken a class in religion or philosophy, especially Eastern philosophy you have probably heard of that famous question asked by the Buddha or the Krishna or the Dalai Lama, I’m not sure which:
What is the sound of one hand clapping?
And while you stood there trying to whiz your hand at the air and make a sound (and you can actually hear it, it sounds like mosquito wings if you do it really really fast) the teacher probably asked you another question:
If a tree falls in the woods and there is no one to hear it, does it make any noise
Well, now while you stand there scratching your head, you have just been introduced to the trick of why Impossible Quiz Four is so entertaining. It’s a quiz that teases your mind, and you don’t know whether to laugh or cry, or walk away. What it’s really trying to do is free your thought process from the ruts it gets into.
I’ll just give you an example, because how can I review the test if I haven’t taken it? So I took a little bit of it. And let me just ask you Einsteins out there, Can a Match box? Well? Can it?
If you start thinking about the way you think about matches (the ones you use for fires, and the ones you put together like socks) and then you start thinking about boxing (the ones that you watch in the ring and the ones you put presents in) then you realize, there is more than one way to skin a cat—and life is full of possibilities. And that’s why the Quiz is so much fun.