The paper airplane you folded in middle school—horrible design. But I've thrown a paper airplane 214 feet. I'm John Collins. I am the paper airplane guy—world record holder for paper aircraft distance.
你中學時摺的紙飛機－－糟糕的設計。但我摺過能飛 214 英尺（65 公尺）遠的紙飛機 。我是 John Collins。我是紙飛機達人－－紙飛機飛行距離的世界紀錄保持人。
So the year we got the record was 2012. It was, you know, one of the great days in my life, actually. You know, I looked back at my child being born and the world record, those are great moments for me.
我們是在 2012 年創下世界紀錄。那是，你知道，我人生中超棒的一天。當我回想起我孩子出生還有破紀錄的當下，那些對我來說都是很棒的時刻。
I named the world record plane after my wife; the name of the design is Susanne. This is how you fold Susanne: You start with the short side of the paper...
我用我妻子的名字為那架破紀錄的紙飛機命名；那個紙飛機設計叫 Susanne。這是 Susanne 紙飛機的摺法：首先從紙的短邊開始摺...
You fold the plane in half. It's just eight simple folds.
There are a lot of different kinds of folding techniques, and a lot of different kinds of paper airplanes. There's planes that boomerang back; there are planes that are made to fly straight very far; there are planes that are made to stay in the air for a long time. Every great paper airplane, distance or time aloft, has very accurate folding.
Most people want to know how I got into paper airplanes, and the reality is I never got out of them. I am curious by nature. I love math and science.
The cool thing about paper airplanes is it's a way to actually discover something real about flight. What most people don't know is that we don't know the exact cause and effect for lift. Every little paper airplane throw is like a little science experiment. Here's the laboratory right here in your hand that you could use to do real science.
Teachers kind of don't like kids to do paper airplanes. It has this bad-boy-kinda-renegade reputation. If they could discover that paper airplanes actually are science, that they're doing science and having fun doing it, I think that's an incredible breakthrough.
Paper airplane throwing in class, yes!