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  •     About Rubik’s Cube    

    The Rubik’s cube was invented by Hungarian architect Erno Rubik in 1974.

    The Rubik’s cube was originally called the “Magic Cube”.

    The Rubik’s cube first became available to the public in 1977. Since then, over 350 million cubes have been sold.

    There are 432,003,274,489,856,000 ways to arrange the cube, but only one results in a solved cube.

    The world’s largest Rubik’s cube is on display in Knoxville, Tennessee. It is 3 m tall and weighs over 500 kg.!!

    In addition to the standard 3 × 3 × 3 cubes-per-side variety, Rubik’s cubes also come in the following versions:

    2 × 2 × 2, 4 × 4 × 4, 5 × 5 × 5, 6 × 6 × 6, and 7× 7 × 7 cubes per side.

    The current world record for solving the cube is 7.08 seconds. This was set in 2008 by Erik Akkersdijck at the Czech Open, sponsored by the World Cube Association.

    The World Cube Association also recognizes records for solving the cube blindfolded, with one hand, and with both feet.

  •     Magic Cube & Neuro Science    

    Communication between each cell happens through medium called neurons.

    Neurons process and transmit information in our brain.

    This entire chemical signal occurs through Synapse.

    By learning Rubik’s Cube Synapse stimulates.

    Activating more neuron cells in our brain will make the process speedy.

        Magic Cube & Human Brain    

    Human brain is distributed in 10 different components or parts called lobes.

    Left & right brain has 5 lobes each,i.e, Pre-frontal, Frontal, Parietal,
    Temporal and Occipital.

    Each brain lobe handles specific functions.

    By learning Rubik’s Cube all 10 lobes of the brain get stimulated.

    This results in easier execution of the functions handled by these lobes.

        Magic Cube & Multiple Intelligences    

    Dr. Howard gardner theory claims that every human being possess 8 types of intelligences.

    Each intelligence represents a specific set of characteristics.

    Hence if specific part of our brain is stimulated , specific intelligence develops.

    By learning Rubik’s cube total 4 intelligences, i.e, Logic, Visual-Spatial, Kinesthetic and Naturalistic develop simultaneously.

    Hence task associated with these intelligence will become smoother to execute.

    Rubik’s Cube Solving Develops Following Abilities And Skills

    Analytics Skills

    Strategic Planning

    Sequential Planning

    Designing Sense

    Goal Setting

    Color Combinations

    Questioning Ability

    Sense of Co-ordinnation

    Reasoning Ability

    Numerical Ability

    Finger Kinesthetics


    Abstract Thinking

    Map Reading

    Thought Process

    Puzzle Solving

    Decision Making

    Space Management

    Moral Buildup

    Working Independently

    Problem Solving

    Face Rememberence

    Focus & Concentration

    Memory Boosting

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