Reciting Pi while balancing books and spinning a Rubik's Cube


38 Responses to “Reciting Pi while balancing books and spinning a Rubik's Cube”

  1. guillaume_remy says:

    Que j’aime à faire apprendre un nombre utile aux sages ! Glorieux Youtubeur, artiste, ingénieur, Toi de qui Internet aime encore la gloire, Soit ton nom conservé par de savants blogueurs !

  2. Anonymous says:

    i love this video, but i really wish the books would fall at the end, it would sell the balancing a lot more, right now it could be a setup, but either way, great vid. fake or not for her to even take on these topics in a vid is nerd-worthy

  3. Anonymous says:

    In a not too distant possible future the offspring of this book balancing hotje and cherubic ex-rocker Prof. Brian Cox will find the higgs boson before breakfast and then invent anti-grav jetpacks before supper.

  4. scifijazznik says:

    Do I detect a collective boingasm?

  5. Anonymous says:

    “imagine how effective she’d be in running a local government”… either that or clown school, which is really not too different when you think about it.

  6. rAMPANTiDIOCY says:

    wow! i find that incredibly sexy. hope she’s out of high school.

  7. zikman says:

    um, forgive me but that’s hawt. it’s funny because I just bought a new rubik’s cube two days ago. and I already can recite pi to 100 digits. now I just need to buy a stack of books and I can take her on!

  8. siradambeck says:

    I’m sure those skills are transferable, but for what…. hmmmm. Do they teach math at etiquette school?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Youtube comments are entirely marriage proposals.

  10. rebdav says:

    An agile mind is the sexiest of all, and she is cute on top of it!! How many hearts will she break?

  11. netsharc says:

    Show us yer books!

    I’m certain she’s way out of my league, so I’ll just make lewd comments. :p

  12. IamInnocent says:

    Yup, women can do/feel/think of many things at the same time like thinking of making love, balance the budget, be sorry for an ailing puppy, feel the fresh spring air on their faces, wiggle their toes… which bring us to thinking of making love. Good girls.

  13. Elijah Meeks says:

    But that’s impossible! Wasn’t this a Millennium Challenge?

  14. hobomike says:

    She’d be perfect if she plays the uke. :-)

  15. jazzbo says:

    I believe the young lady SOLVED the Rubic’s cube. Yea!

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  17. Anonymous says:

    …and she STILL didn’t get into Penn State.

  18. Terry says:

    Resistance is futile.

  19. Anonymous says:

    I think its a bad assumption that our [US] government can even recite pi to 3 digits.

  20. Daemon says:

    Only slightly randomized rubik’s cube, but still far better than I could do.

  21. Anonymous says:

    I’m still waiting for that sandwich….

  22. HornCologne says:

    I, for one, welcome our new book-balancing, math-wiz, agile and cute-as-heck overlord.

  23. Anonymous says:

    pfft. I have a friend who holds the worlds record for ‘Fastest recitation of Hamlets soliloquy while juggling machetes and balanced on a rola-bola on a picnic table’. Citation available on request.

  24. Digilante says:

    Careful now, she’s SPINNING the cube, not SOLVING it. Watch the vid carefully.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Her eyes are focused on the cube not on the wall so unlikely she’s reading the digits off the wall.

    And though she’s merely spinning the cube, the multitasking is impressive nonetheless.

  26. dculberson says:

    She’s not just spinning the cube, she takes a solved cube, makes a pattern by moving the center square to another face (ie, all white face with red square in center) and then back to solved. Not as difficult as solving a random cube but still requires some thought.

  27. ethancoop says:

    This makes me really really miss college.

  28. kyoorius says:

    What is the process to nominate someone for Miss America?

  29. simonbarsinister says:

    Look here for a picture taken later after she added a few more stunts:

  30. braininavat says:

    Was she baby-sat by a cat wearing a hat?

  31. kleer001 says:

    Let’s see her put the books on her head, and the cube was never scrambled.

  32. FreakCitySF says:

    The books were glued, the numbers were on the wall behind the camera, cube not solved but memorized.

    • Terry says:

      “The books were glued, the numbers were on the wall behind the camera, cube not solved but memorized.”

      And the girl was actually a robot.

      And YouTube is actually Google.

  33. Moriarty says:

    Memorizing 100 digits and a few moves on the Cube is not impressive. The books are, though, unless she’s cheating.

  34. ljmccann says:

    I clicked on comments just to see how long it took for someone to comment on her appearance, seeing as the subject of the post is female.

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