### J. Caleb Wherry

Scientist. Engineer. Musician.

There are $43,252,003,274,489,856,000$ different positions that the Rubik’s Cube can take on so from a computational standpoint, this was quite a feat! 35 CPU years were used in performing this computation. Not that bad for such a hugh problem actually! I would have expected a lot more. The only thing left now is to find God’s Algorithm which will solve any 3x3 Rubik’s Cube in 20 moves using only one method! I do not foresee this coming around anytime soon though…