In his mission to learn how to throw a paper airplane perfectly, David consults an origami master, learns the secrets of flight from NASA scientists and engineers, and teams up with the man who built...
And all at the same time. I have done some internet research, I'm not sure exactly where David Rees came from, but he is one naturally hilarious guy. Each week he researches a subject of interest to kids and adults alike, usually something that you feel going in is fairly easy to explain. He "goes deep" on the subject and turns up stuff you never would have guessed from experts on the topic. Rees' style is goofy and sharp all at the same time, something which may get old on us viewers in the long run but sure works for the moment. Kudos to National Geographic for throwing this out there, it is currently #1 on the hit parade with my 13 and 9 year olds and pretty high up there for me too. Highly recommended for adults and kids alike.
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