Underwater Rubik's Cube Solving

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Underwater Rubik's Cube Solving

Postby RubiksCubeNerd5 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:19 am

Hi! I'm new here! I just have a quick question for everyone reading this.

Does solving a Rubik's Cube underwater ruin the cube itself? What I mean by that is that I'm wondering if the cube's sides won't turn as well or something else bad happening to it.

Thanks!
If (2x+5y)/8! = (7x)pi - 19y, am I a math geek?
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Re: Underwater Rubik's Cube Solving

Postby Zeotor » Mon Dec 16, 2013 2:23 am

I don't know, but it probably would. The Rubik's cube has screws and springs inside of it. I'm thinking that they would get rusty.

If you plan to do it, don't use a 3x3x3 that you use a lot. You could buy a new one that doesn't cost very much and use it, just in case it will get damaged.
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Re: Underwater Rubik's Cube Solving

Postby RubiksCubeNerd5 » Mon Dec 16, 2013 1:33 pm

Ok thanks!
If (2x+5y)/8! = (7x)pi - 19y, am I a math geek?
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