Occupation: Science Game inventor (former) Science Game company ceo (currently)
IQ number: 350
Alma matter: M.I.T
Relatives: Vladimir Frost ( Adopted Brother) Victor Frost (nephew) Igor Raymond (Son) Hank Raymond (father) Magritte Raymond (Mother)
Wheatley Hank Raymond grew up loving science. His favorite thing to do when he was young was sit down and eat Afghan biscuits while solving a rubix cube that was only 5 mm's big and his high score for solving it was 10 seconds! He was so smart that he never got a single problem wrong ever in any school on a test he finished a whole page of division that had 30 division problems he finished the whole page in only 10000 milliseconds! Wheatley's alma matter was M.I.T he got 15 masters degrees! His father Hank Raymond died when Wheatley was 19 Hank died of lung cancer. Wheatley was bullied throughout Elementary,Middle and High school Bullies called him: Freak,Nerd, and talking walking calculator. But he was respected by every one in collage, Wheatley became a science game inventor at age 35 later on he started his own company called Wheatley Science.
Do you want to try and beat wheatleys high score for solving a rubix cube while muching on some afgan biscuits? heres a recipe for Science game Afgan biscuits: 200g Butter (softened)
Preheat your oven to 180°C. Grease or line a baking tray with baking paper. In a large bowl beat butter, sugar and vanilla until light and fluffy. Sift in flour and cocoa, stir thoroughly with the butter mixture until combined before stirring in the cornflakes. Place heaped teaspoonfuls onto a baking tray, squeeze mixture together gently if necessary then press lightly with a fork. Bake for 15-20 minutes. Cool on a wire rack before icing.
Icing: Mix chocolate icing sugar, butter and 1 Tbsp boiling water at a time until combined, adding more hot water if necessary until icing is a spreadable consistency. Ice biscuits and top each one with half a walnut. Next grab your rubix cube and start munchin and solving!