IQ is a trait that governs the way we percept and implement information. It gives a hint to describe our ability to adapt to our environment and new surroundings. IQ is intertwined with our ability to perform complex tasks within almost every aspect of life. IQ-tests has taken different forms since the development of the first tests in the early 19-hundreds. It has gone from trying to detect mental weaknesses to attempting to establish pure highly functioning brain power. Most of the standardized IQ-tests has ceilings that is below the capacity of human mind, and that is why the development of high range tests is so important.
We need to analyse what happens in the extreme range of human intelligence to fully understand the aspects of our minds that lie within our consciousness. So anyone who tries to solve my tests are contributing to the study of intelligence, as well as participating in the quest for having these tests validated and standardized.