|BiggerJ - 2011-12-06 |
Now film it from the front while corporate flunkies on either side quickly feed it information.
Oh, just remembered the cardboard.
The flunkies can hold it. It's in their job description.
|The Mothership - 2011-12-06 |
good lord where is that hallway, some university? stars for huge buildings.
Looks to me to be the infinite corridor at MIT
Papertical accelerator at MIT
There are government buildings with even longer corridors, but not many.
I remember form my time at the University of Washington that the UW Medical Center's 3rd or 4th floor (forget which) is the longest indoor hallway in North America. Or maybe it was the West Coast. Don't quote me on that.
|simon666 - 2011-12-06 |
GamaraII's science fair project gets 5 from me.
|Corpus Delectable - 2011-12-06 |
Five because the wheezing science nerd is finally getting some exercise.
|Burnov - 2011-12-06 |
Now I see dogfight potential here.
Well, basically two people hitting each other with a free arm in an attempt to stifle the other's control over their glider.
Very quickly a dogfight would turn into a nerd fight.
Ask, and ye shall receive
That was great, I'm afraid I'm going to have to make one of my own now.
|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2011-12-06 |
1:57 leads me to believe this is a congressman in the Capitol building.
Does it surprise you?
|Hammer Falls - 2011-12-06 |
"And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why I'm asking you to turn down the goddamn air conditioner!"
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-12-06 |
Neat trick. I hope I can remember it when I have some kids so I can be cool dad of the year.
|pineapplejuicer - 2011-12-06 |
someone explain how this works to the english major because as of now i consider this witchcraft
I'm not a physics major but my guess would be the paper planes are quite light and fairly balanced for level gliding. As the cardboard is slowly pushed the wavefront/pocket of air being moved pushes the plane forward. Angling the cardboard controls the direction and speed of that air pocket, aim it just right and the plane flies straight.
Again, just based on my limited science knowledge and reasoning.
Any scientists here that can tell us how it works? Don't say it's magnets, you'll be getting me pissed.
|biclops - 2011-12-06 |
See me after class.
|BHWW - 2011-12-06 |
Unfortunately, the Iranians may now have gotten a hold of one.
|exar_kun - 2011-12-06 |
With how many close calls the plane has with a wall I wonder how many takes or tries this took to film?
|Carolyne Belcher - 2011-12-06 |
If we could just get enough people to follow around regular planes with enough cardboard we could reduce our foreign oil dependence.
|erratic - 2011-12-06 |
Had he not got near a bunch of girls, he might have held his composure and continued flight actually-infinitely.
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