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How can I get my whole body in a piece of paper?
What to do
- Fold a piece of paper in half like a book.
- Cut into the folded side, about 1 cm from the left hand edge, and start cutting straight towards the far side of the paper.
- Turn the paper around so the fold is away from you.
- Alternate between cutting from the folded side, and the side opposite.
How do you do the impossible paper trick?
With the 2-cut side facing towards you, place your right thumb under the front right flap. Flip the flap so that your right thumb is now on top of the paper on the far side of the paper. See photos or video if you need help. You should now be able to flip the center flap back and forth to reveal the impossible!!
Can you walk through a piece of paper?
Tell your audience that you can cut a hole in this piece of paper large enough to walk through. Then, cut through the folded parts of the paper except for the first and the last ones. This keeps your paper together in a big circle. Now unfold the paper revealing your very large hole – large enough to walk through!
Can you support a heavy book with a single sheet of paper?
use one sheet of paper so that it supports a book at least two inches above a tabletop for ten seconds? You can cut it, roll it into tubes, or fold, bend, twist, rip, crinkle, or crumple your paper! Paper is thin and weak. You can stiffen paper by folding or rolling it into a column.
How many times can you fold a piece of paper?
The commonly accepted wisdom is that you can’t fold a single sheet of paper in half more than seven times. The problem with folding paper in half multiple times is that the paper’s surface area decreases by half with each fold.
How do you cut the middle of paper?
Using sharp scissors, cut a small slit in the center, being careful not to cut past the marked edge of the hole. Then stick the tip of the scissors in the slit and proceed to cut around the marked edge of the hole. If what you want to cut is hard, such as plastic from a milk jug, cut the hole like this.