DailyDirt: Paper Airplane Tricks

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Paper airplanes have advanced quite a bit — with added motors and smartphone controls or fancy new folding techniques that can be found all over the internet. Paper airplanes can become an incredibly complex hobby if you really have the motivation to take them to the next level. If you have the free time, try out some of these paper airplane projects.

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Walter O'Brien says:

That’s nothing, I once threw a paper airplane 160 miles from my Lotus. I then drove to the landing site in only 30 minutes. While waiting for the paper airplane to land, I benched 500 lbs a few times for fun. It would have flown forever, but I got into my Ferrari, chased down the paper airplane, and downloaded the laws of physics from the Ethernet cord that was dangling from it while it was still in flight allowing all paper airplanes to land safely.

But I don’t like to show off, it’s just another day in the life of a child prodigy with a 197 IQ. Don’t forget to watch my show!

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