Making the Thinnest Sheet of Paper in the World

Making the Thinnest Sheet of Paper in the World


(playful plucked string music) (speaking foreign language) (sound of tram) (suspenseful plucked string music) (sound of water boiling) (sound of chime) (playful classical music)

100 thoughts on “Making the Thinnest Sheet of Paper in the World”

  1. goes outside, grabs pile of grass soaks it in water and waits till paper comes out *SCREAMS* “It ain’t working!!!“

  2. Me: "I NEED PAPER"
    Someone: "We all out, I got some conga yoshi paper tho, if you want?"
    Me: "naw I'll use my hand its fine."

  3. If you showed me a stock photo of this paper, I’d of guessed it was a dryer sheet.

    I still love these mini docs even if I can grasp the purpose of the product created.

  4. Ahhh, so “The fiber that comes from the kozo plant is said to be .02 mm in diameter” means “(speaking foreign language)”

  5. a practice that is passed down generationally to make something that is used to preserve information for posterity. it's like poetry, it rhymes

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