Thursday, March 27, 2008

Japan aims to launch paper plane in space

Japan... the land of the rising sun

As bright as it looks, and as a major economic power, Japan has the world's second largest economy by nominal GDP. It is a member of the United Nations, G8, G4 and APEC with the world's fifth largest defense budget. It is also the world's fourth largest exporter and sixth largest importer and a world leader in technology and machinery

Japan also hosts a wildly exotic culture where the sex-deprived desperados buy used panties from vending machines on the street

Wanna make a guess what they do with it?


An ex-colleague of mine once said there were clubs where ladies go on level one, men stay on the ground floor

The boundary that seperates both the levels is a metal piece floor

The chics who come to this clubs come pantiless and they just piss standing & the men just enjoy being showered with chic piss.......... urrgghh


So Japan, with the 2nd largest economy, and a culture unique to the universe, is also quite creative.

KASHIWA, Japan (AP) -- Japanese scientists and origami masters hope to launch a paper airplane from space and learn from its journey back to Earth.

A prototype passed a durability test in a wind tunnel this month and Japan's space agency adopted it Wednesday for feasibility studies.

A successful flight from space by an origami plane could have far-reaching implications for the design of re-entry vehicles or space probes for upper atmospheric exploration, said project leader Shinji Suzuki, a professor at Tokyo University's Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

In a test outside Tokyo in early February, a prototype about 2.8 inches long and 2 inches wide survived Mach 7 speeds and broiling temperatures up to 446 degrees Fahrenheit in a hypersonic wind

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