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werid deja vu instructables Answered

I didnt know were to post this but has anyone else noticed these 3 instructables all posted on the same day are almost identical?

A bit late for ground hog day, april fools etc, It makes my head hurt whats going on?

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Kiteman (author)2013-04-13

I smell "school project".

I'd guess that the authors worked together on the task, and only took one set of photographs between them, but all wrote them up separately to hand in to their teacher.

We've had similar before, thougb not usually so similar (I remembef a class set of catapults, where they also has to include their measurements and calculations of range and speed).

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liquidhandwash (author)Kiteman2013-04-13

thanks Kiteman, it doesn't take much to confuse me

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kelseymh (author)2013-04-13

Those are by three different people, and they are almost certainly a class project.

Instructables strongly encourages teachers to use the platform in their class, both for students to find projects to build, and for students to document projects they create themselves.

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rimar2000 (author)2013-04-13

Yes, Liquid, it seems that some persons think that they must REPUBLISH their instructables after an edition.

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