Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by C. Mike Hunt, Mar 1, 2015.
Nice, I know how I'm remodelling the master bath!
A picture under the Mackinaw Bridge in Michigan.
GUY HAS SEIZURE WHILE SKYDIVING
Wow, the person that jumped with him was fantastic! The guy having the seizure was definitely fortunate to have such a level headed person with him.
I get the play on words with "Intertainment" but the bitch still bothers me.
It bothers you too?!?!
Unread emails or Intertainment? Because the answer is both.
I personally like the new title.
The title has changed since me saying I liked it...
Love the new title!
I watched about 15 minutes of SNL this week and thought this was in poor taste.
Apparently many agree.
Did you take that
New Sled maybe
For the ice fisherpeople
Ive had this sent to me more times than i care to mention.
funny the 1st time.. after that meh.
Just buy a Skidoo. probably cost about the same to get a used beater lol
I have a photographic memory as well, been useful throughout my life, but nothing like that...sweet jesus.
He's like... ok... gimme a sec here... yip.. flickity flick, 42 seconds... start to finish blindfolded... no biggie.
imma go get a coke now..
It's apparently not photographic memory. There's a thread on Reddit about it. Each edge has some kind of letter combo so he needs to memorize those and then it's a matter of following some pre-determined algorithm as he's solving the cube. Still impressive, but not photographic memory.
That's what I was thinking. He's not so much remembering images, he's remembering extremely long sequences
That's crazy! He was using all of his fingers to turn the cube.
Not really long sequences - the longest single move on the Rubix cube is about 10 turns. He probably has to remember 10-15 "moves" (depending on how mixed up the cube was before he started).
Solving a Rubix Cube is pretty easy if you have a moderate memory - there are specific moves you have to make to move specific pieces (duh!).
You start out doing the first level - there are pre-set moves to move the inside squares and moves for the corner pieces.....same move every time - just different colors. Every moves is based around the 6 color middle "core" squares. You make the cross, then the corners.
Then you do the second level - the second level is only like 4 squares/moves.
The bottom is kinda the same as the top, but sometimes you have to repeat moves to get it right. The speed in which the cube is solved is basically based on how "lucky" you get when you get to the bottom level - sometimes it's only a few moves and sometimes it's a lot.
Here are all the algorithms for anyone who wants to learn...
How does this happen?
Using the wrong type or unsafe lift. Or lifting at the wrong lift points and the balance is off. Or being a fucktard.