Some people really do have too much time on their hands, and Dutch scientist, Oskar van Deventer, is clearly a leader in the field. Being a know-it-all and bored of the simple rubik’s cube (yeah we can’t solve them either) he decided he would create a more complex version consisting of 1,539 segments, which took him 60 hours to design and around £1,500 to create. But guess what, he can’t even solve it himself. Surely the puzzle here is how can you design something that you can’t even use yourself… tis a mystery!