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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2009 6:04 pm 
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found this yesterday in my chemistry book while learning about mass/volume/measurements and stuff.. which is so easy because i alrdy know alot about it.. and i came across this in the text book. i was like, woot! blue DIY 10x10 non stickered,"**wacks out google phone**" pic pic pic snap snap! haha :)

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sorry, i forgot to post the video lol, here it is go to 1:10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teylbbR0 ... -HM-rev-rn

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sorry, i forgot to post the video lol, here it is go to 1:10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teylbbR0 ... -HM-rev-rn


rofl haha that animation is soo cool haha

and im sure uve all seen this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsulZKXFxK8 its all over the vid

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sorry, i forgot to post the video lol, here it is go to 1:10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teylbbR0 ... -HM-rev-rn


rofl haha that animation is soo cool haha

and im sure uve all seen this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsulZKXFxK8 its all over the vid


lol, great use of the cube

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If anyone watched The Daily Show last night you'll see a very long and funny bit about the Rubik's Cube. I'll try to find a video clip for you guys :D

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i just saw that and i came to post, but i see you beat me to it, i cant find any video or stills of it yet though...

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Hmm, I'll try to catch the rerun tonight. Or was it a rerun last night?


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Scott Bedard wrote:
If anyone watched The Daily Show last night you'll see a very long and funny bit about the Rubik's Cube. I'll try to find a video clip for you guys :D


Here it is: http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jhtml?videoId=217006&title=intro-neil-degrasse-tysons&byDate=true

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I was watching the movie Good Will Hunting, and after about 25-35 minutes into the movie, right after Will solves a problem with the professor, you see the assistant of the professor sitting by a desk, an on the desk is a paper thing shaped and colored exactly like an Alexanders star.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNwVdc7E ... re=related
You can see it at the very end of the video on the left.

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Sjoerd wrote:
I was watching the movie Good Will Hunting, and after about 25-35 minutes into the movie, right after Will solves a problem with the professor, you see the assistant of the professor sitting by a desk, an on the desk is a paper thing shaped and colored exactly like an Alexanders star.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNwVdc7E ... re=related
You can see it at the very end of the video on the left.


haha siiiick find!! an alexander star, looks exactly like it bro, i think it probably is one.. gj

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Neix wrote:
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I was watching the movie Good Will Hunting, and after about 25-35 minutes into the movie, right after Will solves a problem with the professor, you see the assistant of the professor sitting by a desk, an on the desk is a paper thing shaped and colored exactly like an Alexanders star.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNwVdc7E ... re=related
You can see it at the very end of the video on the left.


haha siiiick find!! an alexander star, looks exactly like it bro, i think it probably is one.. gj


No, I don't think it is a Alex Star. I think it is just a paper model of the polyhedron (with a quite complex name) that the star is based on. It doesn't look at all to me like a alexander's star, as I'm missing black plastic and stickers. And also it is the wrong size.

Quite a funny find though. You need to be a really quick thinker to notice hat.

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I think it is just a paper model of the polyhedron (with a quite complex name) that the star is based on.
For once, the name is actually quite simple: Great Dodecahedron.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0186hRd ... re=channel

look around 2:51-2:58

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Since Flash is completely broken on my system, would someone mind taking screen shots from the recently posted YouTube videos showing the noted puzzles?

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Sjoerd wrote:
I was watching the movie Good Will Hunting, and after about 25-35 minutes into the movie, right after Will solves a problem with the professor, you see the assistant of the professor sitting by a desk, an on the desk is a paper thing shaped and colored exactly like an Alexanders star.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNwVdc7E ... re=related
You can see it at the very end of the video on the left.


One of my best friends has that at his house and every sinple time I go over there i get faked out.

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many pictures from Russian rubiks-forum
http://rubiks.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?t=366
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wow great find, many amazing pictures

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A video off one of the posts on the Russian forum.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQeOM4Yc ... r_embedded

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Thien wrote:
A video off one of the posts on the Russian forum.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQeOM4Yc ... r_embedded



wow biggest cube in the world now? wooow thats an awsome find

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At the end of the first Russian thread, they seem to have posted much of the early parts of *this* thread :)

And did I just see Will Smith sitting there with a solved cube and a timer saying 0:55? Did *he* do it, or was he the audience, baffled by the expert's quick time?


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Found another "Rubik's Cubicle" comic in the newspaper today.

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i havnt checked to see if this one has been shown yet but this is from the popular daily webcomic cyanide and happiness ...


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I don't know if anyone watches Zero Punctuation, but basically what it is is video game reviews with little animated videos.

Anyways, any time he mentions the word "puzzle" then usually there is a picture of a rubik's cube. In this particular video he actually mentions "Rubik's Cube".

See the video for more details.

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I don't know if anyone watches Zero Punctuation, but basically what it is is video game reviews with little animated videos.

Anyways, any time he mentions the word "puzzle" then usually there is a picture of a rubik's cube. In this particular video he actually mentions "Rubik's Cube".

See the video for more details.


Oh God that made me laugh!
"It's like trying to solve Rubik's cube with your elbows"

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Charlie Epps from Numb3rs has a cube on his desk in episode 15 of season 5 (about 30' into the show). Some of the stickers have been peeled. What a cheater! :D

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Charlie Epps from Numb3rs has a cube on his desk in episode 15 of season 5 (about 30' into the show). Some of the stickers have been peeled. What a cheater! :D

For some reason, I'm pretty sure he would be able to figure it out by himself. :P


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I was looking at some videos of some cool things you can do with MS Paint (someone made the Mona Lisa in 3 hours! O.o) and I came across this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvUtd23p ... re=related
"What you can do with cubes in MS Paint"

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im pretty sure jessica simpson did a music video where she was like sitting on a rubik's cube.

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Rubik's cube is offhandedly mentioned.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJ-VxoMbo24

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJr2BiCT ... bscription
There's a quick scene of a Rubik's Cube solving itself through stopmotion. :)

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Hello,

There is a Rubik's key-chain in the trailer for the upcoming spy movie "Duplicity".

It's a simple configuration generated with L R' B2 F (starting with F=red and U=yellow) and solved with F' B2 R L'. I wonder if it is an important plot element...

See http://www.apple.com/trailers/universal/duplicity/ for the whole trailer in a variety of sizes.

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I was watching TV and a Time Warner commercial popped on. It was like "Don't think cable is a puzzle" and it had a Rubik's Cube with different cable pictures on sides and its just spinning and being solved.

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I was watching TV and a Time Warner commercial popped on. It was like "Don't think cable is a puzzle" and it had a Rubik's Cube with different cable pictures on sides and its just spinning and being solved.


I've seen that one. I wanted to post it but I couldn't provide a vid.

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There was what looks to be a Void Cube in United States of Tara (Season 1 Episode 6) on the coffee table of the boss's apartment of Kate (next to the blue glass).

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I saw this picture and immediately thought of 9x9 stickers... not so sure this applies to this thread, but it's the best thread I could find

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I saw this picture and immediately thought of 9x9 stickers... not so sure this applies to this thread, but it's the best thread I could find

that is really funny :D

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There's a Rubik's cube on chief wiggum's desk in the episode "The Great Louse Detective"

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The Onion: "Giant Crabs post no threat"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Uq9pp586AE

Near the end of the video, they comment saying one of the baby crabs solved a Rubik's Cube that was left on a table. I thought it was funny that I found this video as soon as I clicked off of TwistyPuzzles. :P

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The Onion: "Giant Crabs post no threat"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Uq9pp586AE

Near the end of the video, they comment saying one of the baby crabs solved a Rubik's Cube that was left on a table. I thought it was funny that I found this video as soon as I clicked off of TwistyPuzzles. :P


I was just gonna post it, but you beat me to it. Pretty funny video too.

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Call me crazy or OCD but JEEZ look at the simple mistakes in the mech design on that shirt. All the blue corners are still in place, so the one lying next to the cube is what, an extra? And the edge piece is stickered as if it were a corner. That's a great shirt and I like the design, but they haven't paid attention to the details and it killed it for me.

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Call me crazy or OCD but JEEZ look at the simple mistakes in the mech design on that shirt. All the blue corners are still in place, so the one lying next to the cube is what, an extra? And the edge piece is stickered as if it were a corner. That's a great shirt and I like the design, but they haven't paid attention to the details and it killed it for me.

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It wouldnt suprise me if they did that on purpose, to avoid any problems with Rubik's. Probably not though... :roll:

Rubik's would say, "Hey give us money for using our cube on your shirt!" And they would reply, "No, its not your cube, look at the mechanism, its completely ridiculous. I mean c'mon, it has 9 corners. That sir is obviously not a cube, therefore, it cannot be a Rubik's Cube" :lol:

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I was going to say something about the corner, until I noticed the edge pieces with the sticker on the SIDE.

Then I realized they didn't take the shirt seriously.

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there was a cube in the new southpark episode. the full show can be seen at http://www.southparkspot.net/season-13/1302-the-coon/ the first cube is around 15 minutes in


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It is a cube of chaos, that can destroy the world in 1 second. Lol.


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There's a Rubik's cube at 14:50 of the latest south park episode.

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There's a Rubik's cube at 14:50 of the latest south park episode.

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there was a cube in the new southpark episode. the full show can be seen at http://www.southparkspot.net/season-13/1302-the-coon/ the first cube is around 15 minutes in

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