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There are lots of Instructables about making paper planes.  This is a Good Thing.

Like any other group of Instructables, they vary in quality from the appalling to the brilliant, but they almost all share the same Bad Thing.

For projects where the behaviour of the finished item is all-important, they do not have a video to demonstrate the different throwing styles required and the expected flight characteristics.

Please, paper engineers, can we have video of the flights?

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mikey77 (author)2010-11-20

I am sorry, but we are still waiting for you to provide a video of the flight characteristics of your rubber-band Powered Butterfly: https://www.instructables.com/id/Rubber-band-Powered-Butterfly/

Obviously, you have higher standards for people other than your self.

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Kiteman (author)mikey772010-11-21

I see you didn't bother actually reading that project...

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Kiteman (author)lemonie2010-11-14

(I lasted 17 seconds before I stopped the video)

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lemonie (author)2010-11-14

Oh yes, that's what we need. Next meet-up paper-aeroplane contest.

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JamesRPatrick (author)2010-11-14

Just got my new HD camera!

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Kiteman (author)JamesRPatrick2010-11-14

So, write a paper 'plane ible...

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jeff-o (author)2010-11-14

This blight must be stopped!

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Kiteman (author)jeff-o2010-11-14

The blight of paper plane projects, or the blight of paper plane projects without videos?

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rimar2000 (author)2010-11-14

I HEARTILY AND EMPHATICALLY AGREE!!!

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