Building an airplane in two and a half minutes

Simple timelapse joy!


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Rome was not built in a day. It takes time to build a plane and this video has been done fast forward.

By connoreedi (not verified) on 09 May 2010 #permalink

Well done, connoreedi, for exposing these sciencepunks for the liars they are. [sparse, confused applause, followed by crickets, chirping]

By cgauthier (not verified) on 09 May 2010 #permalink

What a fantastic video! And what a fascinating process. I could quite happily watch any extended version - if not quite real time. Well done for posting, and well done to Southwest Airlines for thinking of it.

By Paul Manson (not verified) on 10 May 2010 #permalink

Once upon a time I red, that long time ago Japanese could do that even faster!?! But they don't make planes any more.

The uncanny ability of detecting the obvious of that first post is outstanding.

By imshandon (not verified) on 02 Jun 2010 #permalink

Well done, connoreedi, for exposing these sciencepunks for the liars they are. [sparse, confused applause, followed by crickets, chirping]