Published on February 28, 2014
Starts with a music video, rendered in Claymation
A time-based quiz invites users to put their genius to test.
Each time the user submits a correct answer, a dark chamber in his brain is lit.
Wall of Fame inspires them to score better and have their name showcased here.
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Drop some Mentos sweets into a bottle of Diet Coke and a geyser-like fountain will whoosh into the air – at last, there's a scientific explanation