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Very cool trick with paperclips !!
28 Jul 2009
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Paperclip Lock Picking by www.free-lock-picking-guide**** This video is intended for educational purposes only.
11 Feb 2007
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make a simple cell phone antenna out of a paperclip that will boost your cell phone signal strength a lot!
2 Nov 2007
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cool and very useful tip!
18 Sep 2007
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It's a simple guide telling you how to make the picks with paper clips then open a simple masterlock with them.
15 Apr 2007
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Simple way to make a Heart with a Paperclip. Fácil forma de hacer un corazón con un Clip para papel.
3 Feb 2009
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Easy to perform bar trick with paper clips. Enjoy
2 Dec 2007
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Here's a way to make a pair of easy, strong, and sturdy nunchucks out of paper and paperclips. Don't let the word "paper" fool you to think it's weak. It actually hits hard like wood! I'm not experienced with nunchucks so I accidentally thwacked myself pretty hard and it hurt BAD! My neighbor friend accidentally hit somewhere where no guy would want to be hit, and yeah he was in pain... I laughed... You can actually make the nunchucks look high quality and store bought like I did by wrapping electric tape around them (and I fooled some people). Treat this as a real nunchuck, don't hurt yourself. Music made by me.
1 Sep 2007
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'''►► *******Magnet4Power**** - ''' This is a tutorial i made Showing you how to make three very simple motors. All you basically need is a battery, magnet, wire and paperclips.
31 Oct 2008
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This video demonstrates the effects of surface tension. Used by insects like pondskaters, it is a phenomenon we rarely notice. Adding a small amount of soap to the surface weakens the surface tension so the clip falls through. Set to the music of "Dance of The Sugar Plum faries" (royalty-free) hope you like it! Please give me some feedback, r atings and comments welcome
19 Feb 2007
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Cool little toy you can make with a paperclip of any size.I remember making these in school they can jump pretty far.
26 Feb 2007
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Very interesting experience, in which metal swim without sink. Rate video if you like it :)
27 Jan 2009
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the paperclip in your computer comes alive...but still annoying...
24 Nov 2006
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Historic movie taken from rocket as it goes from the ground into space. Original soundtrack. On Oct. 24, 1946, a Nazi designed V-2 rocket launched from White Sands Missile Range, in New Mexico, USA. Its 35mm movie camera recorded its ascent by snapping a new frame every second and a half. The rocket reached an altitude of 64.94 miles (103.67 kilometers). Then, as planned, it fell back to Earth at 500 feet per second and slammed into the ground. The metal cassette which held the film remained intact. The launch was made possible because the US military and intelligence services had smuggled hundreds of Nazi scientists into the country in an project codenamed 'Operation Paperclip.' At the time, the Russians were also grabbing up as many Nazi scientists as they could. It was the beginning of the space race. Some of the German scientist gained recognition and honors in America until their pasts were discovered. See Operation Paperclip at Wikipedia. I believe that the camera on the V-2 was pointing NE, and that the main mountain range you see in the video is the Tularosa Mountains.All the best video at www.sumo.tv Historic movie taken from rocket as it goes from the ground into space. Original soundtrack. On Oct. 24, 1946, a Nazi designed V-2 rocket launched from White Sands Missile Range, in New Mexico, USA. Its 35mm movie camera recorded its ascent by snapping a new frame every second and a half. The rocket reached an altitude of 64.94 miles (103.67 kilometers). Then, as planned, it fell back to Earth at 500 feet per second and slammed into the ground. The metal cassette which held the film remained intact. The launch was made possible because the US military and intelligence services had smuggled hundreds of Nazi scientists into the country in an project codenamed 'Operation Paperclip.' At the time, the Russians were also grabbing up as many Nazi scientists as they could. It was the beginning of the space race. Some of the German scientist gained recognition and honors in America until their pasts were discovered. See Operation Paperclip at Wikipedia. I believe that the camera on the V-2 was pointing NE, and that the main mountain range you see in the video is the Tularosa Mountains.
6 Oct 2007
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i make a paperclip dissapear but you can make many things dissapear this way easy to do and only costs $1.00 to make
19 Aug 2007
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Make your own flying chopper with a piece of paper and a paperclip. Yes, it really flies. Very cool!
17 Dec 2006
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