How to Solve a Rubik's Cube in 6 Seconds

solve a rubik's cube in 6 seconds

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Aside from peeling off and reapplying all the stickers this is the one that makes most sense. Just destroy the fricken thing.

Q. What do a Rubix cube and a penis have in common?
A. The longer you play with them, the harder they get.

For more Rubik's Cube inanity.
Robot Solves Rubik's Cube in 6 Seconds, Embarrasses Humans Everywhere
No hammers are involved.


Anonymous said...

No. Don't start me off again. I know I've got one of those darn things in a cupboard somewhere.

Gorilla Bananas said...

There was a baboon who could solve the Rubik's cube in 2 minutes. His secret was that he was an idiot savant. He really had no idea what he was doing.

Andrew Long said...

6 seconds, huh? Damn, I'm not that good -- I think my best time is like 9 or 10. I gotta work on that.

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Static said...

Gratos, muito gratos Smartphone.

However I am not much for cellphones, whether they are smart or dumb. Over-rated technology in general for the most part irks me really. How many things can a phone do? I don't really give two shits as long as I can make a call with CLEAR RECEPTION, that's all I really want and until that happens I don't care if it comes with dancing clowns to make up for that shortcoming.

And I am certainly not one for advertising or endorsing products, I only advertise and/or endorse sites that deal in HUMOR, if you didn't notice, so if you don't mind that I will NOT return a reciprocal link even in the event that you add me to your blogroll.

Additionally I am NOT entertained, nor am I amused by SPAM either, so if this is your intention, and adding me to your blogroll so that I can be contacted by more of your spamming visitors or link exchangers is your intention then politely do NOT add my link and then feel free to FUCK-OFF and die.


Static said...

Nitehawk - Where can I recycle two tons of smashed Rubik's cubes?

Gorilla Bananas - I am guessing the baboons secret trick was smashing it with a rock or throwing it at a tree?

Andrew - Practice makes perfect, or at the very least you'll get carpal tunnel and can quit your job then claim disability benefits, giving you even more time to be frustrated by the humble Rubik cube. But I hear they DIS-solve faster in the microwave, if that helps.


Andrew Long said...

Well, I was going to use my microwave tonight, but plastering the inside with Rubik cube is way more important than feeding myself. Maybe I should throw in a fork and knife and watch the whole Rubik concoction spark around a bit? Anything to further the destruction process. I don't think, however, it's going to beat six seconds, because plastic melts really slow in the microwave. No moisture. My stove has those electric rings -- perhaps instead of the microwave I should just turn the stove on high and place the evil cube directly on the red-hot coils. I have three other burners, so cleanup is not an issue.

As you can see, my soul is haunted by this multi-colored monstrosity. I will let you know how it went.

Soge shirts said...

hahaha krapsody six seconds to destroy a rubik's cube and one paragraph to destroy the smart phone and I still hate the Amish hahaha.

Static said...

Andrew Long - I understand your dilemma. However I would not recommend burning the Rubik cube on the stove as the plastic contains toxic carcinogenic compounds that would release upon combustion and the fumes could be lethal. I feel that a safer approach that I fully endorse is just tossing the Rubik cube into a jar of hydrochloric acid instead, you may also have an annoying friend hold it under with their hand, let's see if that experiment takes 6 seconds or less shall we?

Sogeshirtsguy - I am happy that you appreciate my sense of humor. It is well known that those who don't I have destroyed in just under two seconds.

Also, I don't know if you were aware but the Amish use cellphones nowadays. I believe they like Smartphones in particular, they find that using wireless phone technology is far superior to the two tin cans and a long string or the two cups and a long string technologies they had been using.

Now with the exciting Smartphone they can text message people in Brazil in L33T, as such;

"hay 3lit3 sp4mm3rz 4M15H nub h4x0r pwned j00! FuX0R 0fF 4Nd D1E uberf4g 5P4mmeR2 w00t! L0LZ"

Jack Payne said...

Yes, Static, you don't need to challenge yourself with an intellectual approach to thought if you have a heavy hammer. You prove your point.

Have the men in the white coats been chasing you lately? You know, the ones who try to adorn you with one of those funny jackets with no sleeve outlets for the hands? How about the SWAT team? Has it been around? (Hope you aren't that dangerous. Yet.)

Static said...

Jack Payne - That image depicts that there are many things in life that are more challenging than a Rubik cube for some, say for example the ability to use opposable thumbs. But utilizing a hammer to fix those is not always appropriate, unless it involves in-laws... or a thick skull, if that's the case then perhaps it is.

No men in white coats (yet). SWAT team arrived 5 years ago, stand-off lasted weeks. Still doing the life sentence for the Great Rubik's Violation of 2003. Thanks for asking. =P

Anonymous said...

Hilarious. Looks like a suitable solution to me.

Anonymous said...

my best score ever is like 2 min 15 sec

Static said...

@DoUd0uN3 - If your best time using the technique above is 2 min 15 sec you either really suck or you need a better hammer.

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