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Not so easy after the Rubik's cube!

FeaturedNot so easy after the Rubik's cube!

At a first glance, a few colors and faces don't look at all difficult but the magic cube shows an extraordinary number of possibilities for creating different combinations. This means that you could start to create different Rubik's cubes during all your life, five each minute and you would need much more than trillion years to complete all the available mathematical possibilities.

It's funny how six colors and nine pieces per face can build so many unique cubes, although it remains a verified complexity. For that reason it must serve as an example of how the world of mathematics, with factorials and permutations advances toward other level. It's a complex area with considerable distance from appreciations that in fact are opinions without analyzing the truth, a word that can be as big as the Universe. Surprisingly, without learning from experiences like the magic cube, some scientific groups try to reduce an incredible field of complexities and interactions with so many factors, to simplicities that can be easily handled. When the reduction level goes to the "yes or no", it experiences an extreme.

This synthetic compound is good —not bad, so two terms— for your health, microwave radiation emission at low distances doesn't hurt or why not giving a green light to transgenic mutations. The problem of any precarious analysis without considering all the necessary elements appears with multiple faces, as many as the size of the truth. You could expect a superior being analyzing every single factor and creating answers for everything, and that's why some people trust only Nature.

Now every individual that is capable of solving the Rubik's cube knows about different algorithms and techniques to get rid of the bad movements that lead to the disaster and the need for work and seeing the rabbit other time. Fantasy and Neverland or start learning and at the same time admitting that the human mind can handle a number of elements. Then, it leads to the assumption that some areas literally surpass what's possible.

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