# Message #2623

From: "damjan.zagorec" <damjan.zagorec@gmail.com>

Subject: Re: [MC4D] New solve of 3^7 !

Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 09:45:42 -0000

Congratulations, Craig!

Yeah, I solved 7^4 on 14th October 2012 with 18604 twists.

Damjan Zagorec

— In 4D_Cubing@yahoogroups.com, "Andrey" wrote:

>

> Now we have:

> 4 solutions of 3^7

> 4 solutions of 3^6

> 1 solution of 4^6

> 7 solutions of 120-cell

> and 1 solution of simplified 600-cell :)

>

> I remember about solution of 6^4, and what about 7^4? There was something about it…

>

>

>

> — In 4D_Cubing@yahoogroups.com, Melinda Green wrote:

> >

> > Oh good lord, WHY? Seriously, I’m now to the point that I never assume

> > what solutions will never be achieved. I was so certain that there would

> > never be more than one solution of the 120 Cell but I was very wrong. If

> > a mountain can be climbed then someone will do it. Even if it CAN’T be

> > climbed, someone will do it anyway.

> >

> > I like how you started January 1 and finished in the same month. I am

> > very impressed. I just wish I could listen to you try to explain to

> > non-puzzlers what you did and why!

> >

> > You are probably dreaming in 7 dimension at this point. I hope that you

> > take a nice break and enjoy the satisfaction of your feat. Then please

> > come back and try some of the other incredible puzzles that puzzle

> > makers here have created to tempt you.

> >

> > Congratulations, Craig!

> > -Melinda

> >

> > On 1/24/2013 9:03 PM, Andrey wrote:

> > > Hi all,

> > > I’ve just got a letter from Craig Durward about a new solve of 3^7. It took 233099 twists and 507 hours by timer :) (actually, 24 days, started January 1st)

> > > Congratulations, Craig!

> >

>