After previously building the world's largest Rubik's cube, puzzle maker Tony Fisher has turned around and built the world's smallest Rubik's cube, measuring a scant 5.6mm square, or roughly the length of your ex-boyfriend's penis. His brain was not much larger. This particular nano-cube has to be solved with a pair of tweezers, or a highly trained gerbil. Impressive, Tony, unfortunately *carefully extending index finger for examination* I already constructed an even smaller Rubik's cube. "That's a booger." Admit it's the smallest Rubik's Cube or I'll wipe it on your arm.
Hit the jump for a video of the teensy cube.
Thanks to CH, who agrees it's only a matter of time until some scientists come along and build a Rubik's cube out of nano-particles using a scanning electron microscope.