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This came up when I was flipping through random ones. Not sure if it has been posted before, so just posting it for good measure.

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Taylor wrote:
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1:14 Pyraminx

I keep repeating this: Posted before! :lol:

3 times I think, not sure though. :wink:

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APJ wrote:
Taylor wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUsbpmQ9-mc
1:14 Pyraminx

I keep repeating this: Posted before! :lol:

3 times I think, not sure though. :wink:

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Yeah, but it reminded me that I wanted to get La Roux's album.

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o.O rubiks poster!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET66oPXl ... re=related

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Hi everyone. I am new here. This is my first post. I must say, that I fine these forums to be very enjoyable. Sandy has a lot of quality members here. I looking forward to being a member.

This is a link that some one sent me. It is quite entertaining. It show a chane reaction of object’s. Watch at the 1:30 minute mark and you should see a 4X4X4 cube was used in this.

http://tinyurl.com/36qj7f
http://www.chilloutzone.de/files/player.swf?b=10&l=197&u=ILLUMllSOOAvIF//P_LxP92A42lCHCeeWCejXnHAS/c

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Here's a video from one of my favorite YouTube channels: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tkS0eF7 ... ure=digest

Check out his shirt! This guy is really talented as both a vocalist and a beat boxer. Enjoy!

Also, near the end of this video by MysteryGuitarMan (another of my favorite channels), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqARrjYOKd4 there is a rubik's cube being floated in the background (about 2:35, but watch the whole video, it's awesome!).

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Just saw a BBC2 ident with a Rubik's Cube on it, couldn't find it on YouTube though. :( If I do find it, I'll post it here. :D

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Hello,

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned The Big Bang Theory yet. Fairly often, one can spot a Rubik's Cube (or a Rubik's Cube related item); particularly in season one. By the way, close-ups of the Rubik's Cube Kleenex cozy can be seen here and here.

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I see the kleenex box practically every week. I think there may also be a cookie jar in the kitchen. That or they moved kleenex box from there a couple of seasons ago. I haven't see it recently but they don't show the kitchen too often.

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Typical of Rubik's Cube props, the color scheme on the Kleenex cosy would not be a solvable cube. But it's better than average--at least they don't have a yellow-yellow edge!


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It does have 2 red-yellow edges which is just as bad.

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GuiltyBystander wrote:
It does have 2 red-yellow edges which is just as bad.

bad lighting I would say, one of those is yellow-orange... maybe


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This picture is more clear. Both reds are adjacent to an orange so you can clearly tell they aren't orange.

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Here's a vid of a lady solving a cube, while balancing book's on her head,while reciting pi to the 100th digit on the Ellen DeGeners.Quick MM&P is she right :lol: .


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Hey i saw that video lol i can do the same thing with the 6 first layers of the periodic table of the element LMOA how useless!

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Will smith rubiks cube scene

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Not exactly public-but I saw this on Facebook and couldn't help laughing.
http://www.facebook.com/tiendaobooks#!/notes/tian-dao-shu-lou/5tian-ling-hai-zi-da-fan-xin/391173946986

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GuiltyBystander wrote:
This picture is more clear. Both reds are adjacent to an orange so you can clearly tell they aren't orange.

ah definitely, much better image.

maybe it's just a weird sticker pattern....


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saw one sitting on the lab desk in "fringe" a few days ago...i should add it was unsolved although knowing the mad prof in this prog he probably solved it in the other dimension... 8-)


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Not exactly public-but I saw this on Facebook and couldn't help laughing.
http://www.facebook.com/tiendaobooks#!/notes/tian-dao-shu-lou/5tian-ling-hai-zi-da-fan-xin/391173946986


Me too! Doesn't that usually take 9 months? :lol:


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new college humor video

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reeeech wrote:
I'm always a sucker for this kind of stuff.

And guess what they sneaked in! hehe


http://www.smellybean.com/link.jsp?UniqNumber=10035

Scroll through the whole thing - left to right (smallest to biggest). If you already know the size of a rubik's cube, you'll probably know where it's located. :D


Wow, I've never felt so small :shock:

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Garrett wrote:
reeeech wrote:
I'm always a sucker for this kind of stuff.

And guess what they sneaked in! hehe


http://www.smellybean.com/link.jsp?UniqNumber=10035

Scroll through the whole thing - left to right (smallest to biggest). If you already know the size of a rubik's cube, you'll probably know where it's located. :D


Wow, I've never felt so small :shock:



Thanks for repeating the link, how did I miss that? Regardless of the inclusion of the Cube,
it is a remarkable little flash movie!

:)


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8C-z79fV40A&playnext_from=TL&videos=s2OWJpTmZp0&feature=sub
In wich hank green teaches you how to spell Rubik's Cube not rubix


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There is a new article in the german magazin "Spiegel" about Ernö Rubik: http://einestages.spiegel.de/static/authoralbumbackground/10202/_manchmal_habe_ich_selbst_nicht_an_eine_loesung_geglaubt.html


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxIL4thb3NA&playnext_from=TL&videos=0FsaSpxsoO8&feature=sub in the latest vlogbrothers video at :45


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Thought this was funny.


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Sweet! My Stephen Colbert is currently #1!

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APJ wrote:
Just saw a BBC2 ident with a Rubik's Cube on it, couldn't find it on YouTube though. :( If I do find it, I'll post it here. :D

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It's here. :D

I also found this advert on YouTube:

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My vet's office has these huge 3x3x3s with different wormers and flea medication stuff on it, I have cell phone pictures but can't upload them right now.

It's cool, though.

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

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ulmboy556 wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPQhqwgoviU&feature=channel

nuff said

eye2eye already posted that on this page. :wink:

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APJ wrote:
ulmboy556 wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPQhqwgoviU&feature=channel

nuff said

eye2eye already posted that on this page. :wink:

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I always forget that they post on Ch.com a month earlier.

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Fisher Pyramorphinx :lol:

:D Greg :D

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And this one looks kind of like a k-ball d-ball logo :P

Edit1: Here are the [urlhttp://dustbowl.files.wordpress.com/2007/12/nblox_01.jpg]Mirror Blocks!![/url]

+ Rubik's lamp!

Rubik's Bus stop?

Coca Cola Puzzle Building, with sliding blocks!!

OK i'll stop now :)

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I found this website today. It has many interesting artistic photos of Rubik's cubes and a few other puzzles.

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Saw this today at a clinic: a migraine poster featuring a partially disassembled tiled cube.

(Yes, it is in French, and no, I don't suffer from migraines; it was just a random poster)

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The cover of the February 1991 edition of the magician's magazine MUM (Magic-Unity-Might, if I recall correctly) has magician Brad Jacobs holding a 4x4 with some numbers that don't appear to have any significance in terms of solving the puzzle.


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Gizmodo is reporting a Lego Android machine that can solve a 7x7x7 Rubik Cube. . I thought it was amusing that no one has commented that it is not actually a Rubik's Cube.


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MysteryGuitarMan (one of youtube greatest hits right now) just posted a video including a rubik´s cube.
Most of the time he makes music and makes it into an awesome video by looping, playing backward and rewind it or lots of cuts.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ml_sX7B ... rHadhIrj30

Edit: you should also watch his other videos. He is a youtube hit for a reason.

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Find the Dogic:

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I just watched The Simpsons episode "Great Louse Detective" and on Chief Wiggum's desk there is a scrambled 3x3x3. :D

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i saw that :scrambled: :arrow: :solved: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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nuff said


Some comments under that are pretty... I can't think of a good work for it :roll:

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'2 days ago I could solve any cube! Rubic's cube [pause]

et cetera!

lol...

But, in fact, there is another sort of puzzle cube. I don't know how it's called.

It's quite similar to the rubic's cube, BUT the small pieces aren't squares but rectangles.Does anyone know it?'


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@johnfaber100 'Actually, that's just a hack on the Rubic's cube. There are, like, over 50 hacks made by one guy. I can't remember his name, though.'

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they have a v-cube 7 on one of the shelves on 'The IT Crowd'

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Been a while since a post but there is a new Drench ad out that was recently featured on Gizmodo: http://gizmodo.com/5606252/rubiks-cube-head-puzzlingly-gross

It's very weird :lol:


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Been a while since a post but there is a new Drench ad out that was recently featured on Gizmodo: http://gizmodo.com/5606252/rubiks-cube-head-puzzlingly-gross

It's very weird :lol:

I've had dreams similar to that, only with 3x3x3 heads and people couldn't recognize each other until I solved everyone's head. It was very odd.

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