Projecting molecular problem solving with a Rubik's Cube

Under the theory that we interface with the world in general via projection, and personally seeing very clear evidence of this with the design of the micro-computer (it’s even in the NAME! The world of the small!), I started wondering what other problems we’ve already been puzzling at (ha ha?!) via another angle.

With what I’m seeing suggested with the Adderall and Evekeo, it feels like it’s the rotation of the nitrogen which influences the electrons’ orbitals across at least a local area of the molecule.

And so, perhaps, maybe Mr. Rubik’s body was then trying to figure out how to manipulate an atom around, and it was so hard that it needed extra help focusing on it.

Fidget toys seem all the rage now, don’t they? Interesting patterns…

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