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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 8:35 am 
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Well, I live in a climate where subfreezing temperatures are not uncommon from November to May, or even a bigger time frame.


Anyways, today was 7 degrees F, which is aboue -14 degrees C if the online converter I'm using is correct. And this is not including windchill.


If you haven't solved it cold weather before, it is not an easy task at all. It's harder to grip my cube actually with it's textured cube smith stickers when I'm in sub freezing weather. Not to mention you hands start stinging and it's harder to move your hands.


Perhaps there should be a "Cold solving" record thingy?

Like, you take your time, and then divide it by the number of degrees below zero (celsius) and there's your coldsolving number?

[edit] Or should we divide it at all? What you go is what you get?

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 Post subject: Re: Coldsolving
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xcool wrote:
Or should we even divide the time by zero?


Many math people might disagree with this method :)


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blogan wrote:
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Or should we even divide the time by zero?


Many math people might disagree with this method :)
Wow. I was really tired when I type this up and I can't believe I made that typo.

I meant, "Should we even divide it at all?"

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I wouldn't recommend having a record for it. Cubing with cold hands is dangerous to your fingers' health...

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i've done this for 'fun' tried to time myself in cold weather, it is pretty difficult, and i've noticed the cube turns very differently in cold vs hot weather (sometimes on the way to the tourneys mike and i would put our cubes in the dashboard to heat them up and they'd turn awesome) but unless you have little weak fingers i doubt its anymore of a risk than regular cubing is.

i have another 'cold cubing' definition that i use, i wonder if any of you have done this. at night before i go to bed, sometimes i'll scramble something and right when i wake up try and solve it. its pretty frustrating honestly, its like the gas is floored but the engine is still in neutral lol.

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I'm not saying to take an average or anything. Just a quick solve. Under a minute in most cases.

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i've done this for 'fun' tried to time myself in cold weather, it is pretty difficult, and i've noticed the cube turns very differently in cold vs hot weather (sometimes on the way to the tourneys mike and i would put our cubes in the dashboard to heat them up and they'd turn awesome) but unless you have little weak fingers i doubt its anymore of a risk than regular cubing is.

i have another 'cold cubing' definition that i use, i wonder if any of you have done this. at night before i go to bed, sometimes i'll scramble something and right when i wake up try and solve it. its pretty frustrating honestly, its like the gas is floored but the engine is still in neutral lol.
I've made several times, and only done it once. Haha.

I always forget and go about my normal morning routine.

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its pretty tough to get your normal times i'd say, especially when i do a 5x5, it gets ugly at 7 am.

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rxdeath wrote:
its pretty tough to get your normal times i'd say, especially when i do a 5x5, it gets ugly at 7 am.
I need to get faster at the 5x5 pretty bad, but my 5x5 is broken. Instead of buying 12 center pieces from cube smith, I'm just going to continue waiting for christmas and hopefully some EastSheens. :D

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eastsheen.....blasphemy. what i did is buy a couple professors and the crappiest one i disassembled for pieces. i've not had to buy another yet and that was over a year ago, and i snap inner corners like its going out of style, at berkeley, i snapped 2. :( the big thing about 5x5 is once you have the pieces (not core) broken in, they should follow you around. my prof is the same pieces on core #3. you do need to find a good core to make it worth while, but i think its worth it to keep those pieces that have been worn in. i think my best wake up solve is like 3:30 lol.

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See, I'm just a high school kid, working on a high schooler's budget, so buying multiple 5x5s isn't exactly a good choice if I want to pay for college.

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yeah but you only need 1 more.

i'll start a buy xcool a parts 5x5 fund, i got 3$ for you. haha

if only colleges offered rubiks scholarships :)

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rxdeath wrote:
yeah but you only need 1 more.

i'll start a buy xcool a parts 5x5 fund, i got 3$ for you. haha

if only colleges offered rubiks scholarships :)
Then I would be set. Haha.

I still play with Gabbasoft every so often, so it's all good.

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Well, it was nice talking with you Frank, but I'm actually in school as we speak, and this class is over in less than a minute, so bye. =P

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There is a page on solves when you first wake up on http://www.speedcubing.com

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i'm not frank. frank is kal el on here, if you think that because of the site, i did it with him. if you look at the bottom it says rx.and.edesigns and frank morris i'm the rx :)

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rxdeath wrote:
i'm not frank. frank is kal el on here, if you think that because of the site, i did it with him. if you look at the bottom it says rx.and.edesigns and frank morris i'm the rx :)
My apologies.

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we'll let it slide this time :P

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Its hard as hell for me to solve my cube on the way to my bus stop in the morning.... I hat5e it but i need the practice :)

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I hate solving cold because like the silicone gets all like, yuck, and my hands, that is the worst part.

One night I was on the computer, and then went to my dining room table to cube, and like I couldn't move my hands I was getting times in excesss of like 1:30, I was like uh, so I ran my hands under warm/hot water for like a minutes, and then my hands were still a little slow.


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cubing sucks when it's cold for me- i have basically no skin on my right thumb from skateboarding (skaters know what i mean) so when i cube i only end up making my thumb sore- the cold only makes it worse, then all my fingers get sore :(

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usulaly Im outside when people want me to solve :( but they're amazed all the same.


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It's even more annoying when you are getting close to the end of the solve, and then mess up an alg or something stupid like that. 4x4 in the cold also sucks really bad :(

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Trying to solve in the cold can be extremely annoying, but it's not as bad as trying to do one-handed on a sort of stiff Rubik's brand 4x4x4 or 5x5x5. It's not fun.

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ha, no argument there :D

thats why i use eastsheen! I love my 4x4...

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I'm in minnesota and we had a streak of -20 and worse weather this winter. I think the body gets used to it...but if you just can get a portable heater and solve inside. Also instead of cold weather averages it should be solves w/ gloves or mittens on.


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gamemeister27 wrote:
I'm in minnesota and we had a streak of -20 and worse weather this winter. I think the body gets used to it...but if you just can get a portable heater and solve inside. Also instead of cold weather averages it should be solves w/ gloves or mittens on.
Where in Minnesota?

I'm in Chanhassen (by Minnetonka)
Darren Grewe is in New Ulm
and Bryan Logan is in Rochester (I'm meeting him this weekend.)

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xcool wrote:
gamemeister27 wrote:
I'm in minnesota and we had a streak of -20 and worse weather this winter. I think the body gets used to it...but if you just can get a portable heater and solve inside. Also instead of cold weather averages it should be solves w/ gloves or mittens on.
Where in Minnesota?

I'm in Chanhassen (by Minnetonka)
Darren Grewe is in New Ulm
and Bryan Logan is in Rochester (I'm meeting him this weekend.)


I'd love to meat both of you for the first time(gamemeister27 and xcool). We should have a MN get together one of these days.

I'd love come to but don't want to intrude. :wink:

Am I the only loves cold weather? LOL


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Haha, I remember I had to ask if I cold leave school early at my pricipal to be able to go to the German Open. Of course he wanted a demonstration first. I just came from outside and my hands were freezing. I was just sub-20 back then but I did it in 35 sec :P

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Darren Grewe wrote:
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gamemeister27 wrote:
I'm in minnesota and we had a streak of -20 and worse weather this winter. I think the body gets used to it...but if you just can get a portable heater and solve inside. Also instead of cold weather averages it should be solves w/ gloves or mittens on.
Where in Minnesota?

I'm in Chanhassen (by Minnetonka)
Darren Grewe is in New Ulm
and Bryan Logan is in Rochester (I'm meeting him this weekend.)


I'd love to meat both of you for the first time(gamemeister27 and xcool). We should have a MN get together one of these days.

I'd love come to but don't want to intrude. :wink:

Am I the only loves cold weather? LOL
That would be pretty awesome. I loved meeting Bryan this weekend.

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xcool wrote:
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[quote="gamemeister27"]I'm in minnesota and we had a streak of -20 and worse weather this winter. I think the body gets used to it...but if you just can get a portable heater and solve inside. Also instead of cold weather averages it should be solves w/ gloves or mittens on.
Where in Minnesota?

I'm in Chanhassen (by Minnetonka)
Darren Grewe is in New Ulm
and Bryan Logan is in Rochester (I'm meeting him this weekend.)


I'd love to meat both of you for the first time(gamemeister27 and xcool). We should have a MN get together one of these days.

I'd love come to but don't want to intrude. :wink:

Am I the only loves cold weather? LOL
That would be pretty awesome. I loved meeting Bryan this weekend.[/quote]

You still want to meat me? I hope!!! I have a MP, PC, GC, HMP or T, MB, HP to show you.


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That would be pretty awesome. I loved meeting Bryan this weekend.


You still want to meat me? I hope!!! I have a MP, PC, GC, HMP or T, MB, HP to show you.[/quote]

I don't know about meating you. But I'll surely meet you.


Man, I'm so envious of your collection.

Have you totaled up your collection for an estimated value? Haha.

I recently did and I laugh because my whole collection is worth less than some of your individual puzzles.

$750.

So let's take a quick look.

Master Pyraminx: $620 at time of sale
Pyraminx Crystal: Over $1000
Golden Cube: Over $1000
Halpern-Meier Pyramid/ Tetrahedron: $600 about?
Mental Block: On the inexpensive side. I don't know where.
Hexagonal Prism: Don't know, but it's still a Fisher puzzle so it must be worth a lot.

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xcool wrote:
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That would be pretty awesome. I loved meeting Bryan this weekend.


You still want to meat me? I hope!!! I have a MP, PC, GC, HMP or T, MB, HP to show you.


I don't know about meating you. But I'll surely meet you.


Man, I'm so envious of your collection.

Have you totaled up your collection for an estimated value? Haha.

I recently did and I laugh because my whole collection is worth less than some of your individual puzzles.

$750.

So let's take a quick look.

Master Pyraminx: $620 at time of sale
Pyraminx Crystal: Over $1000
Golden Cube: Over $1000
Halpern-Meier Pyramid/ Tetrahedron: $600 about?
Mental Block: On the inexpensive side. I don't know where.
Hexagonal Prism: Don't know, but it's still a Fisher puzzle so it must be worth a lot.


Heres a estimate.

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$3500?!?!

It's got to be a lot more that that.

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Lot's of "meating" going on in this thread. I thought this was a puzzle site but it looks like it's a personals site as well.


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Lot's of "meating" going on in this thread. I thought this was a puzzle site but it looks like it's a personals site as well.


:shock:

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Myke wins, that stick figure he drew was absolutely amazing!

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Lol because that definintly has some small trace of something to do with this thread...

well...

You're right! It was excellent... I guess I'm just mad that I dont have mad skillz like myke... :D

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Lol because that definintly has some small trace of something to do with this thread...


I'll bet that Myke's coldsolving skills aren't as good as his stick figure skillz!!! (wonder what Jeff is up to?)

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Yeah that is true. I just like stick figures cause that is the closest thing I
can draw to a person. :) >-|D: (oh no!)

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what is your best cold solve?

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I don't know but it is a lot slower.

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ha, that works for me :D

I won't be able to do any cold solves for a while, seeing as summer is rolling around!! And summer also means more skating, paintballing, tramping, and generally less cubing.... Oh well, i hope to be sub 20 by the time school lets out (2 or 3 months from now)

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ha, that works for me :D

I won't be able to do any cold solves for a while, seeing as summer is rolling around!! And summer also means more skating, paintballing, tramping, and generally less cubing.... Oh well, i hope to be sub 20 by the time school lets out (2 or 3 months from now)


I used to make goals like that...hopefully you aren't a procrastinator like me..

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Ha ha, the way I look at it, I am about 25 seconds right now. Learn some more OLL, learn some more tricks, get faster, break in my cube... it will take about two months to do so, and at that point I should stand a chance at being sub 20.

Besides that, this has been a goal of mine ever since I hit 30 seconds, I just didn't bother really thinking hard about it till now.

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