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Oct 05, 2016

# How to: Calculate the True Costs of Driving vs. Flying

Finally, an online calculator that allows you to enter all of your conditional factors into one super-calculation to help you decide the most efficient way to travel to wherever you want to go. It’s called TravelMath, and it includes factors like current gas prices, car rental prices, airfare, the price it’ll take to get you to the airport, and one more vital component…

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Mar 08, 2016

# Forget Tiny Homes -- How About A Renovated Airplane?

We've written before about the tiny house movement, especially people who have opted to live in the minimalist spaces that have mobility, but this is whole new take on the lifestyle. Bruce Campbell (not this guy) of Oregon, has lived in a renovated Boeing 727 for over 15 years and is now looking build another in Japan...

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Feb 22, 2016

# How to: Safely Land a 737 (If You Have No Prior Training)

Tim Morgan, a veteran commercial pilot and regular Quora contributor took it upon himself to answer the (oddly) popular question, "What should I do if the pilot passes out and I (with no flight training) have to land the plane?" If you want to really be prepared for anything an action hero might face, this post is for you.

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Mar 25, 2011

# How To: Fold 12 Awesome Paper Planes

I got my name on the board one time in elementary school. Once! I was no rascal.

I'd had an allergy attack, and there was a substitute teacher who wouldn't let me get out of my chair to throw away my used tissues. It was just sitting there on my desk, all soiled, and I had to get rid of it. So I had the brilliant idea to stash my tissue into a paper airplane, and then send it soaring towards the trashcan six feet away.

What can I say? I was eight.

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May 26, 2010

# Amazing Paper Plane Installation

"I Fly Like Paper Get High Like Planes" is an installation by artist Dawn Ng. She remarks, "[It's] core to my ongoing study of home. Having spent the past 8 years away, I have become obsessed by the notion of home and particularly intrigued by the origin of the word nostalgia which from two Greek roots, nostos, "returning home" and algos "pain."...Symbolic of travel, each paper plane carries this universal desire to leave or return home." [sic]

It seems to be a series of rows of paper airplanes that are not suspended from the ceiling, but attached like a horizontal garland of sorts from a single point of origin.

I'm sure standing in