FOLLOW UP QUESTION!
An old legend tells of a Hindu temple where the pyramid puzzle might have been used for the mental discipline of young priests. Legend says that at the beginning of time the priests in the temple were given a stack of 64 gold disks, each one a little smaller than the one beneath it. Their assignment was to transfer the 64 disks from one of the three poles to another, with one important condition: a large disk could never be placed on top of a smaller one. The priests worked very efficiently, day and night. When they finished their work, the myth said, the temple would crumble into dust and the world would vanish.
So when the priest will finish their work the world would seize to exist!
Now the question is: When is that?
This question requires a few assumptions....
When is the beginning of time? I'll assume 4000bc to appease the new-earth creationists.
How quickly can the priests move a single disk? I'll assume it takes one second to move a disk and that it doesn't matter the size of the disk.
So, it takes 2^64-1 moves to move the stack.....this is approximately 1.844*10^19.
So that amount in seconds is 3.0744*10^17 minutes
5.84542*10^11 years (this used 365.25 as days in a year...I know it is a little off)
Well.....that's a lot of time.
So I guess my answer would be just about 584542046100 A.D.