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Dan Kunkle says 26 moves can solve any configuration of the Rubik's Cube.
Dan Kunkle says 26 moves can solve any configuration of the Rubik's Cube. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff) Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff

The search for 'God's Number' in a Rubik's Cube

By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / June 25, 2007

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Remember Rubik's Cube, that devious little puzzle from the 1980s? Well, to paraphrase a movie from that era: It's back! (Full article: 739 words)

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