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Old 11-07-2009   #14
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from physics' point of view: to get the paper to turn requires a certain torque, which comes from the tension in the paper being withdrawn. The greater the distance between the plane of the paper being pulled and the axle support line, the less force is required and the less chance of tearing the paper before you have enough..(hey why are u closing the page?!)
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