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The world’s smallest Rubik’s cube

After previously building the world’s largest Rubik’s cube, puzzle maker Tony Fisher has turned around and built the world’s smallest Rubik’s cube, measuring a scant 5.6mm square, or roughly the length of your ex-boyfriend’s penis. His brain was not much larger. This particular nano-cube has to be solved with a pair of tweezers, or a highly trained gerbil.

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