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Looking for something to do this weekend? These fly great!! Most useful Wired piece ever.

Fold Your Own Sky King Paper Airplane – Wired How-To Wiki
Takuo Toda’s signature paper airplane is no ordinary bit of origami. After launch on April 11, the snub-nosed craft wafted so high into the rafters of the vast Fukuyama Big Rose Hall in Hiroshima, Japan, that the camera operator recording the flight lost sight of it for a couple of seconds. The clock kept ticking. Finally, 27.9 seconds after it left Toda’s hand, the fittingly named Sky King drifted to the ground, ending a flight 0.3 seconds longer than the previous world record for a paper plane.

Built two of them this morning.

Saw this in the morning:

When we try to pick out anything by itself,
we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.
– John Muir

seen here


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