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Daily cube news of June 26, 2007

Posted by michiel on June 27, 2007

Rambling and Ruminating on Rubik’s Cube
By Clay Breshears
Two Northeastern University researchers found that it would take no more than 26 moves to solve any randomly scrambled Rubik’s Cube. This beats the previous maximum of 27 moves, which was proven back in 1997.

I’ve Never Been Able To Solve The Rubik’s Cube. …
I’ve never been able to solve the Rubik’s cube. It’s good to get that off my shoulders…… Tags: rubik s cube | shoulders.
Confessions and Secrets at Experience… –

Rubik’s Cube : The Search for God’s Number
By Duane(Duane)
I had no idea that the Rubik’s Cube fad was back, but as a geek I have to appreciate the algorithmic approach to solving the problem. God’s Number represents the minimum number of moves it would take to solve even the most difficult of
Duane’s Brain –

Youngest MENSA girl
By Procrastinator(Procrastinator)
Which takes me onto the next point: You have GOT to watch this – this little kid can do a rubiks cube puzzle so damn fast it’s not funny. Do you KNOW how long it takes for me to do this? 3 Year Old Solves Rubik’s Cube in 114 seconds
Procrastination –

Rubik’s SuDoku
American International Toy Fair 2006 Preview – Rubik’s SuDoku from Winning Moves.
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