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#26 - buxton (02/19/2014) [-]
A while later....
#9 - mankey (02/19/2014) [-]
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User avatar #50 - jokexplain (02/19/2014) [+] (27 replies)
sciencexplain pliz
#58 to #57 - sciencexplain (02/19/2014) [-]
The paper plane in this gif is designed in a special way, with wing flaps to help it cut the air and maintain the flight. This wouldn't commonly work for regular paper planes because they need to be shaped well enough to glide and avoid plummeting nose first. The stove emits natural gas, which you should have learned about in school. Natural gas is created when dead plantation and dead creatures experience intense heat and pressure from the ground crushing it over thousands of years. This gas, when heated, rises directly upwards and outwards, providing an inward disc like shape of gas, which the plane can glide along and the gas will keep the wings rising up at an equal rate to 10N of natural gravity. The low volume of the plane spread along a wide surface area slows the fall down and makes the plane wider in surface area, so that it is lifted by more gas and allows full utilization of the natural gas.   
   
This science experiment contains terms you may be familiar with. The plane is lifted by convection of gas, which is where heat makes the gas rise upwards, like in a liquid. The way this gas is lifting creates a vortex that helps to trap the plane, but the vortex causes the plane to heat over time and eventually it can catch fire easily. The plane can also escape if there are flickers where gas runs out for split seconds and the plane is in the right place at the right time.   
   
I would advise you not to do this at home. If it catches fire, it will escape the vortex and fly around in your kitchen, lighting up all the wood cabinets and your mothers treasured picture frame with the picture of you at Disneyworld in it. Don't do this. Think of your mother and Disneyworld.   
   
My arms hurt now.
The paper plane in this gif is designed in a special way, with wing flaps to help it cut the air and maintain the flight. This wouldn't commonly work for regular paper planes because they need to be shaped well enough to glide and avoid plummeting nose first. The stove emits natural gas, which you should have learned about in school. Natural gas is created when dead plantation and dead creatures experience intense heat and pressure from the ground crushing it over thousands of years. This gas, when heated, rises directly upwards and outwards, providing an inward disc like shape of gas, which the plane can glide along and the gas will keep the wings rising up at an equal rate to 10N of natural gravity. The low volume of the plane spread along a wide surface area slows the fall down and makes the plane wider in surface area, so that it is lifted by more gas and allows full utilization of the natural gas.

This science experiment contains terms you may be familiar with. The plane is lifted by convection of gas, which is where heat makes the gas rise upwards, like in a liquid. The way this gas is lifting creates a vortex that helps to trap the plane, but the vortex causes the plane to heat over time and eventually it can catch fire easily. The plane can also escape if there are flickers where gas runs out for split seconds and the plane is in the right place at the right time.

I would advise you not to do this at home. If it catches fire, it will escape the vortex and fly around in your kitchen, lighting up all the wood cabinets and your mothers treasured picture frame with the picture of you at Disneyworld in it. Don't do this. Think of your mother and Disneyworld.

My arms hurt now.
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User avatar #49 - bigbawser (02/19/2014) [-]
INFINITY PAPER PLANE I - How To Make Paper Airplanes Fly Forever Part 1 Papierflieger Anleitung Don't mind me, just acting as a sourcerer.
#79 - zameckis (02/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
>>#46 tempman   
thanks me later
>>#46 tempman
thanks me later
#48 - miekaoo (02/19/2014) [-]
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#11 - jakatackka ONLINE (02/19/2014) [-]
This actually works, but it's very hard to do without your paper plane catching fire.
#1 - brinkmantheman (02/18/2014) [-]
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#73 - anonymoose ONLINE (02/19/2014) [+] (2 replies)
None of them are turned on.
User avatar #76 to #73 - biscuitsunited (02/19/2014) [-]
Or maybe they're all turned up.
#34 - Polomaster (02/19/2014) [-]
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#19 - smokeythbear (02/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
**smokeythbear rolled a random image posted in comment #79 at Cant argue with that **
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