Why It’s Almost Impossible to Solve a Rubik’s Cube in Under 3 Seconds | WIRED

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The current world record for solving a Rubik’s cube is 3.47 seconds. Could it be faster? WIRED’s Robbie Gonzalez explores the mind-boggling math and finger-twisting world of speed cubing. Read more on this story from Robbie on WIRED.com:

Here are some links for some of the information and cubers we consulted:

World Cube Association

Tom Rokicki’s Paper on “God’s Number”

MIT Robot (built by Ben Katz & Jared Di Carlo) Breaks Rubik’s Cube Record
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World Record-Holder Feliks Zemdegs

Competitive Cuber Tiffany Chien from the Rubik’s Cube Club at Berkeley

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