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This Impressive Robot Can Solve The Rubik’s Cube In 1.04 Seconds

Definitely the world’s fastest. You’ve got to watch this video!

Rubik’s Cube enthusiasts, pay attention here. If you are hoping to get faster at solving the Rubik’s Cube, you’ll probably be amazed – or disappointed – that you can never be faster than this robot.

Invented by software engineers Jay Flatland and Paul Rose, this mind-blowing can easily solve a Rubik’s Cube in lightning-fast speed. In fact, this robot can solve that little puzzle in a little just over a second.

Of course, some of us may be aware that the fastest human world record is currently held by Lucas Etter (who did it at 4.904 seconds) while the current machine record is at 3.253 seconds but this one does it much faster.

Invented by Jay Flatland and Paul Rose, this amazing robot can solve the Rubik’s Cube in 1.04 seconds.

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In the first part of the video, the robot solved the cube in just 1.196 seconds. After Jay unscrambled the puzzle, the machine even managed to finish at 1.047 seconds.

It’s totally ridiculous I caught myself shaking my head in disbelief while watching the video below.

Watch the robot in action here:

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The robot is made of stepper motors, 3D-printed frames, and USB web cameras. First off, the machine scans the cube for its configuration and then determines how to solve it.

As of present time, Jay and Paul are aiming to officially get the world record and we do not doubt that will happen soon. This robot is so phenomenal, we’ve literally never seen anything as fast as this.

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Doctor Asks Billionaires Like Zuckerberg To Finance World’s First Head Transplant

Which billionaire will give the money? Is head transplant really possible?

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Organ transplant is nothing so shocking at present. Liver transplant, heart transplant. kidney transplant even skin transplants... all of these are perfectly acceptable to extend the life of the patient. But what if it is something else, something like a full human head transplant? Doesn't it sound so eerily similar to a "Frankenstein" experiment to you?

Italian scientist and transplant doctor Sergio Canavero is trying to convince billionaires from all over the world, like Mark Zuckerberg for donations so that head transplant can be carried out. One might think, who would be in their right mind to volunteer for such an endeavor? Well 30-year old Russian tech scientist, Valery Spiridonov eagerly volunteered upon hearing the proposition.

What compels Spiridonov to try this unknown and possibly life-costing head transplant procedure? ...

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Scientist From California Believes This Could Be ‘Humanity’s Last Century’

According to this scientist, new technology will allow us to evolve down paths we choose, as opposed to the path nature decides.

We’ve all seen those grim post-apocalyptic sci-fi flicks where machines rule but if Doctor Seth Shostak is to be believed, it looks like that may become real in the future.

Actually, Shostak is not alone in his belief. Other scientists also think – and fear – that the 21st century may be ‘humanity’s last’ century. In the years to come, humans may be replaced by ‘genetically engineered super-men’ or cyborgs, as we call them from the movies.

SETI Institute's Dr Seth Shostak believes this could be "humanity's last century."

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Watch What Happens If You Pour Molten Aluminum Over Steak. Pretty Cool!

He pours aluminum over steak to see how much molten metal can damage soft tissues.

The art and (science) of cooking have evolved tremendously through time. From stick and stones to metal oven and now by pouring aluminum?

In this video we found, a group of friends poured molten aluminum over a huge, fresh steak. Aside from inventing what may probably be the next sensational cooking method, they said the reason why they decided to do the experiment is to test how and to what extent molten metal can damage the muscle tissue.

The "scientists" used a thermal scanner to detect the temperature of the steak to see if it will cook all the way through. Aside from just pouring the aluminum, they also cooked the steak in a pan of molten metal....

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