Can you? I appreciate the compliment of your though that there is a possibility I could produce that result, but I cannot.
Funny how, as soon as you mention that you solve cubes, that microsecond at least a dozen people will come up screaming "Can you do it blindfolded" and "Did you see that guy on youtube/TV/news/whatever; who can solve it blindfolded/under XYZ seconds/with feet/akimbo style".
My personal measured record for 3x3x3 was 1:18 minutes (though I haven't actually measured it lately. Perhaps I can do it under a minute now).
It takes me around 4 minutes average to solve 4x4x4 and around 7 and half minutes for 5x5x5.
It's the same as if you ask a random jogger on the street can he run a full 40+kilometers marathon under 2 hours.
Working UP to the damn thing, people. It doesn't happen overnight.
My personal record for the 3x3 is 24.82 sec. 4x4 was 2-3min and 5x5 was 6-7min. You should check out the square 1 and start looking into cuboids (anything not perfectly cube aka 2x3x3 3x3x4, 3x4x5, 4x4x5m 5x5x4 etc.). They stay entertaining a lot longer than the standards. Not to mention solving a shape shifter like square 1 or 3x4x5 has a wow-factor of 10000x.
@Blord, I can solve a 2x2x2 blindfolded. Also a 2x3x3. Is that good enough for you?
Nono, you misunderstood me. I can't do that.
Few eons ago I could solved the 3x3 cube. My best score was about 2 min with looking at it. But I lost the skills. Now I can only admire people who are faster blindfolded.
Yep - brand new and perfectly functional match too.
How: The match head is in an area where the air to gas ratio isn't right to support a flame, so the gas simply flows around the match head, and ignites on the other side once it has mixed with enough air.