How on earth can a piece of paper stand vertically on a single corner!? Last week when I woke up, I saw something very interesting in my apartment. A piece of paper, torn from a newspaper previously, was standing still in an equilibrium on the floor, on a single corner. I was surprised and took pictures. The equilibrium was robust enough that it didn't get affected by the wind that I produced. Then when I touched it, it lost the equilibrium, and I couldn't reproduce the situation at all. When I examined the photographs, I realized a strand of hair was sticked to the paper. This may or may not be relevant to the situation. The other end of the hair strand can't be touching any other object, because the hair strand can at most be 30cms and there was not object placed within that distance, at that time. I really would like to reproduce it. Is it caused by some sort of static electric? Or what might it be? It really surprises me that this thing has happened just by chance, unintentionally. It is not fake. I have no roommates or whatsoever who could set this up to puzzle me. http://picasaweb.google.com/110039684329218269088/20100825_ucan_kagit?authkey=Gv1sRgCM3PwLmyy9e-JA#" [Broken]is a link to the photographs that I took. They are not edited, exactly in the same form as output from the camera. I think you can download them in full resolution through Picasa.