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(YouTube)   A fully-functional Rubik's Cube made of ice   ( youtube.com) divider line
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2017-12-28 08:36:55 PM  
Neat bourbon crutons.
 
2017-12-28 09:02:19 PM  
The best part was how he grew the ice crystals using what I am sure is a very ancient form of sorcery.
 
2017-12-28 09:06:37 PM  
DEVILRY!
 
2017-12-28 10:10:37 PM  
All that work and he did not take the time to dye the water?
 
2017-12-29 12:36:27 AM  
Umm,, the plastic spinner is the functional part of an Rubik Cube, and the speed versions have metal ball bearings.
 
2017-12-29 01:42:32 AM  
Cool.
 
2017-12-29 02:06:17 AM  
So they played a video backwards. Neato.

/rolls eyes
 
2017-12-29 07:35:24 AM  
A fully-functional Rubik's Cube made ofmetal with some ice on top.

FTFY
 
2017-12-29 08:44:04 AM  

vudukungfu: All that work and he did not take the time to dye the water?


It's much easier to solve this way.
 
2017-12-29 09:09:33 AM  
Just go to his link on how he made it.  That video is much better than this one.
 
2017-12-29 11:53:37 AM  
My wife and I got a Rubik's cube for our five year old daughter around 1979. She "solved" it in two minutes by peeling off the colored stickers and putting them back on by color.
 
2017-12-29 04:29:29 PM  

Harlee: My wife and I got a Rubik's cube for our five year old daughter around 1979. She "solved" it in two minutes by peeling off the colored stickers and putting them back on by color.


Ha! Clever girl.
 
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