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The 12 years old who discovered the solution of the Rubik's cube!
posted April 3 2013 19:00.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Today its not a big deal to solve the Rubik's cube, only because back in 1981, a 12 year old boy named Patrick decided to put an end to this unsolved mystery! He wrote also a book with the solution and soon it became a best seller! Watch his amazing story!



[Link: National Geographic]
 
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