Solving a Rubik’s Cube is a lot harder than it looks.
Sure, you’d think after sitting around twisting the cube in every which way, you’d eventually solve it by luck, but let’s be real: That doesn’t happen.
Back in May, a Harvard graduate decided to tackle life’s biggest obstacle — the Rubik’s Cube — but he wasn’t going to do it alone.
YouTube user Nyassin14 packed his bags to travel the globe and invite random people from around the world to help him solve the puzzle. He had one person in each location make one move for him and then moved on to the next location.
The video’s description reads:
11 countries. 84 moves. 30 females. 54 males. 1 monkey. 1 snake. 1 rejection.
A snake? A monkey? Grab some popcorn, this could get interesting.