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September 3, 2004



Just in time to arrest your post-Athens withdrawal symptoms comes this website, which lets you compete against the world.

The rules are simple, as befits readers of this blog, as well as its writer.

You have 200 seconds (three minutes twenty seconds for those of you without a calculator at hand - we pride ourselves here on doing it all for you... but I digress) to locate 10 countries on a map of the world.

A snap, right?

Maybe you're not as smart as you thought you were, huh?

The U.S., by the way, ranks 26th in the world currently among countries whose residents have taken the quiz.

First place goes to the Aussies, with the Netherlands and Latvia close behind.

September 3, 2004 at 03:01 AM | Permalink


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Grant, click on puzzles and games, to the right of the screen will be the quiz link. Good luck! I was rated novice...

Posted by: ScienceChic | Dec 4, 2004 9:08:01 PM

can't find the game yet!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: grant keeble | Dec 4, 2004 5:17:45 PM

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