Your cube should be solved now! Congratulations! A cube has more than 43 quintillion combinations only one of which is solved, so you are a remarkable human! If you have any suggestions or you have an ideas on how I can improve this then leave a comment below!
This post is written from the perspective of my cat, Zoey, to other cats. I hope you enjoy. Also, "hooman" is funny misspelling on "human" because a cat is writing this. Hey! If you are reading this your hooman must be fascinated with those colorful square things too. At first I thought it was a … Continue reading One Cat’s View on Speedcubing
Above is a basic overview of how to solve a Rubik's Cube using CFOP. CFOP stands for: Cross F2L OLL PLL Cross This step is mostly the same as the beginners method. It is done intuitively and it skips the daisy step. Every cross can be solve in 8 moves or less. Ideally the cross … Continue reading An Overview of CFOP
I got a PB! I got a PLL skip on an already good solve!
I would like to preface this by saying that I do not practice clock or feet and this is my unbiased opinion. Let me know if there is information I am missing. In my opinion Clock should be removed as an event instead of Feet. The reasons being as following: 1. Clock isn't a twisty … Continue reading Clock Should Be Removed From WCA Instead of Feet
It's a big day for us! We got a new logo, designed by me. We also got a YouTube! Check it out! YouTube We will still be posting original content here, but we will also be posting original content on our YouTube! I'm super excited as video allows us to do stuff we haven't been … Continue reading New Logo and YouTube!
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The Rubik's cube. We've all probably seen one. Maybe you had one as a kid that you could never solve so you tried to take it apart and lost the pieces (definitely not me...). Maybe you still have one in the attic somewhere that needs dusting off. With the excess time most of us have … Continue reading Why Speedcubing Should be Your Next Quarantine Activity