Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Brain Breaks

As much as education and learning stimulates the brain cells to a point which I'm sure all you students out there love, sometimes we all just need a little break. So here are some websites out there which give a nice and at least semi-intelluctal window into the wonderful world of recreation. Because of course while you're doing homework, the last thing you want is to entirely thrown off your game!

This is for all y'alls who are Rubix cube wizard. Although personally the Rubix cube makes about as sense to me as art does to en elephant (who isn't this one, mind you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He7Ge7Sogrk), I'm sure some of our readers out there love that magic cube. Of course if you can already solve it in less than 30 seconds blindfolded with your feet, maybe you need a new diversion.

So this intellectual break is for you. This is a 4-D theoretical representation of a rubix cube there for you to solve. Each block on the outer layer of each side including the middle changes the cube in a different way. It starts solved but randomally click for a bit and I'm sure you can solve that!
Good Luck!

Sporcle gives small random quizzes on anything from World Series winners to Shakespearean Sonnets, and even random trivia like the characters of House. Sporcle has it all which makes it a perfect candidate for a break from homework.

Cubes seem to have all the answers to getting away from homework with a fun game called Cube Logic. A simple puzzle game which is easy to drop and pick up again, while still rather difficult Cube Logic, and the sequal cleverly named as....3d logic 2...., could be just the break you need.

3D Logic 2 

If you're like me, and you want to keep your brain going while still taking a break, nothing does that quite as well as a good logic puzzle. This a website with plenty of puzzles that should keep you diverted for a nice long time. 
This website has some very easy ones for the brain which has been truly wiped clean by homework, some slightly harder, some that are difficult, and for the truly brave the very difficult section. 

I hope that helps you clear your head a bit while traversing the perilous cliff that is school work. Best of luck in all your puzzling and logic endeavors! 
Until next time!

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