undrcvrbro said:That may take a while to master
I'd probably give up after the first decade.VashtiMaiden said:while? for me, It would take Decades!
I think that's the real question isn't why someone would want to, but WHO would want to?Schrodinger's Dog said:There's a method to solving the 3x3 version I know that I'm sure with a bit of work could be applied to 20x20, although why you would want to is beyond me, how boring would that be to do?
undrcvrbro said:I'd probably give up after the first decade.
Ripley's Believe it or Not is a franchise of museums, books, and television shows that showcase unusual and bizarre stories, artifacts, and exhibitions from around the world. The phrase "Don't believe it" is often added as a playful tagline to emphasize the unbelievable nature of the content.
The franchise was founded by cartoonist and entrepreneur Robert Ripley in 1918. Ripley first started his collection of oddities and strange stories as a syndicated newspaper feature called "Champs and Chumps" before officially launching the "Ripley's Believe it or Not" brand.
While many of the stories and artifacts featured in Ripley's Believe it or Not are based on real events and objects, some may be exaggerated or fabricated for entertainment purposes. The franchise also includes interactive exhibits and experiences that are not necessarily based on real events.
As of 2021, there are currently 33 Ripley's Believe it or Not museums around the world. These include locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Asia. Each museum features unique exhibits and artifacts specific to its location.
The most famous exhibit in Ripley's Believe it or Not is the shrunken head collection. This collection contains real shrunken human heads from the Shuar tribe in Ecuador. These heads were traditionally created as part of a ritual and were used for a variety of purposes, including warding off enemies and honoring ancestors.