I have never heard Rubik’s cube for years, until Will Smith brought it back in his Pursuit of Happyness movie. The truth is, Rubik’s cube part is purely fiction and not told in the original novel. What’s so special about this cube?
Rubik’s cube was invented by Hungarian scientist, Erno Rubik, circa 1974 and starting to be sold since 1980. The Rubik’s cube is popular again among geeks and nerds because it offers scientific challenge. There must be a specific algorithm to solve all Rubik’s cube problem. For your information, there are quintillion possible moves to solve 3x3x3 cubic dimension. It’s million of trillions moves!
Nowadays, the Rubik’s cube champion can finish the problem in less than 8 seconds! What a marvelous way of thinking! Even one hand solver can overcome it in about 20 seconds. Getting frustrated already because you are not able to solve it yet?
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