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  • Crazed Spirals
    Some FLaP (Finger Lakes Paperfolders) members with Cornell grad students and USDA employees with backgrounds ranging from chemistry to physics and genetics
    Message 1 of 2 , May 3, 2002
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      Some FLaP (Finger Lakes Paperfolders) members with Cornell grad students
      and
      USDA employees with backgrounds ranging from chemistry to physics and
      genetics ran an EYH workshop last weekend on the topic of Applied Origami.
      While the girls did mapfolding, strength tests, and airbag folding, the
      parents enjoyed trying their hands at flashers. Watching two of them
      reverse-engineer one was particularly entertaining.

      The Secret is Increasing
      How much weight can a piece of paper support? When is a straight line better
      than a curve? Find out how folding paper into different shapes affects its
      strength and stability. Learn about other uses for folding in daily life,
      like airbag folding, deployment of large telescopes in space, and even
      houses!

      You can get more information about the EYH program, see pictures, and
      download our handout here:

      http://www.geocities.com/fingerlakespaperfolders/

      Enjoy,

      anja
    • M E Kanarek
      Sounds like a lot of good info. Have not heard from you or the group in some time; hope all has been well. Best as always, Michael E. Kanarek
      Message 2 of 2 , May 4, 2002
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        Sounds like a lot of good info.
        Have not heard from you or the group in some time; hope all has been
        well.

        Best as always,
        Michael E. Kanarek

        michael.kanarek@...
        17 Clinton Ave.
        Kingston, NY 12401
        845-338-5756
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