I wondered what ELO in Chess i would have, if i can solve the Cube in X Seconds. So I took the Chess Data Base and compared it to the WCA Data Base.
Aferwards I did this for Runners too.
For example: Around 9-10% of all Chess Players have an ELO of 2000 or higher. This is true for 14 Sec (Ao5)...
I think it all comes down to genetics in the end. There are some talented cubers out there, who reached my times in a few months. I trained a lot. 2 hours a day over 3 years. I learned algs. I relearned them for better finger tricks. I do slow solves. I analyse my solves. I train look ahead. I...
Wow, I like that Chart.
Now I can compare Cubing another Sport (Swimming). You guys know, if there is something similar for running (10km and Marathon).
Would be interresting to know, which time I need to be "sub20" in 10km.
When I lube my Yuxin Litte Magics with Traxxas 50k, they become awesome. When I do the same for my GAN XS, it is almost unusable after lubing.
Can it be, that Lube behaves so different on different cubes? Do I need different lubes for each cube?
Thats wrong. Even today there are already lots of applications, where computers are better in pattern recognition than humans. It is estimated that in 10-20 years computers are better in almost every aspect of pattern recognition than humans.