Photographic Memory

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+12 1. Pyranthos commented 9 years ago

:O Couldn't do it that fast without a blindfold, lol
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+10 2. Gondy10 commented 9 years ago

Hmmpp.. I don't know if it is photographic memory or he just analyzed the cube and made the complete pattern in his brain... As I said, I don't know but that is my hunch..
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+2 3. BloodBeast commented 9 years ago

I see it, but I struggle to believe it. Absolutely astonishing.
Similar Rubik videos look as if they start with a completed cube, the person scrambles it, and then the video is played backwards. This one looks absolutely pukka.
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+8 4. Burimi commented 9 years ago

He has instructions in a paper :D
OMG! His fingers move like robot
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-8 5. martynbiker commented 9 years ago

but..what purpose does it achieve? can it make him money? feed him? clothe him? or just a trick to show off????
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+20 6. BloodBeast commented 9 years ago

#5 What use is football? Or snooker? Or anything?
Talent is talent. He can do something that one person in god-knows-how-many thousands can do - why criticise something astonishing because it doesn't generate money?
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+6 7. MrJaKoSe commented 9 years ago

He should play chess.
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+8 8. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

#2 exactly. A photographic memory wont help much. All you could do with that is remember the initial configuration. The skill here is more related to imagination. Like a chess master looking 10 moves ahead in some situations.
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+3 9. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

#5 I would think he could make some cash taking bets in a bar about how fast he can solve the cube. :D
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+3 10. Cormac42 commented 9 years ago

#5, #6. I believe mastering any activity to this degree shows a certain kind of determination and patience that not everyone has. Solving a cube won't fix the world, but imagine giving a mind with this type of determination and patience an education and then putting them in fields like science, engineering, etc. Then give them a problem and the resources to do it with no red tape and say "Fix it.". They would.
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+5 11. ermini commented 9 years ago

#6 #9 #10 number 5 is just a troll...Please, don't feed the troll an don't knock on the window :D
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0 12. buckleg08 commented 3 years ago