(via Wired) Quick. Imagine a paper airplane. Got it? It’s a folded up piece of standard 8 1/2 by 11-inch printer paper, right? Now try imagining an airplane. A Boeing 777 to be exact. You know, the plane that hurtles through the atmosphere at 600 miles an hour. Now imagine building all of it at 1/60th the normal size and doing it with just manila folders and glue.
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