ILPT: Always carry helium balloons attached to a sock when carrying illegal substances

Basically if you get stopped with a bunch of drugs you should put them in a sock that is attached to helium balloons and then let it go because most cops won't want to follow a balloon around town.

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WCGW inhaling too much helium v.redd.it/6yqqjc97d8561
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Helium is innocent guys...
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If you pumped helium into your ass and farted would the sound be higher pitched?
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TIL about Helium Hydride, the strongest acid currently known. It is composed of a hydrogen ion bonded to a helium atom. It is so strong that it will protonate things like NH4+, HSO2+, H3O+ and HCO2+ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hel…
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HeliumOne - A player capable of solving the Helium crisis? (Potential Conservative Upside of 15x)

Who are HeliumOne?

HeliumOne is listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM:HE1) and is currently trading at around Β£0.08.

HeliumOne is an exploration company who own multiple areas of land in Tanzania, the biggest believed to have the potential to hold the world's largest primary source of Helium.

Helium Market:

Helium isn’t just used a balloon filler and its use is expected to only increase:

  • Helium is known as a super-cooler and is used to cool superconductors - an industry expected to grow massively in the next decade.
  • Helium is used in many high tech applications such as MRI Scanners and Cryogenics. (20% of all Helium is used in the manufacture and use of MRI Scanners)
  • Helium is used to pressurise and stiffen rocket tanks - another growth industry.
  • Helium is used in Heliox mixtures in respiratory medicine for people with Asthma and Bronchitis.

The Helium market was valued at $10.6 billion in 2019, expecting to grow 11% to $15.73 billion by 2023.

However, there is one small issue with this ever-growing demand for Helium, SUPPLY IS RUNNING OUT.

The global supply of Helium is running out:

Helium is actually a finite resource meaning when it’s gone, it’s gone. Not only this, we have found no way to manufacture or synthesise Helium. At current rates of supply and demand some scientists believe we may run out in as soon as 10 years. Not only this, current the global supply of Helium only comes as a by-product of hydrocarbon production. With the global shift to renewable energy, inevitably oil and gas fields will eventually shut, again reducing the supply of helium.

Global demand of helium is estimated to be 6 billion cubic feet per annum with the unit price per thousand cubic feet has risen 135% in the past two years.

On top of this, there seems to not be any perfect replacements for Helium due to its long list of desirable properties:

  • Inert.
  • Lighter than air/low density (preferred over hydrogen due to being inflammable).
  • High diffusion rate - used to test for leaks in machinery.
  • Very low boiling point - used to give metals superconductivity.
  • High thermal conductivity.

How can HeliumOne solve this crisis?:

In 2016 when the University of Oxford and the University of Durham couldn’t continue with their research due to an ongoing Helium crisis, they set about trying to scour the globe for where they believed Helium would be abundant.

What they found was the Tanzanian East African Rift Valley. They then partner

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Virgin Helium vs Chad Balloon
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This photo was captured by a 19-year-old British teenager in 2012 using a Β£30 camera and a helium balloon
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Maintenance crew strapped to helium balloons to reduce their weight while inspecting FAST radio telescope’s delicate dish
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Anyone looked into Royal Helium?

Has anyone looked into Royal Helium? RHC.V

Helium is in limited supply in the world. Some articles say there is only 20-30 years worth of helium left on the planet!

Royal Helium holds permits and leases in South Western and South Eastern Saskatchewan. They also have a strategic collaboration with the strategic research council to develop a helium facility.

Here’s a link to an article explaining what Royal helium is doing Royal Helium

In a nutshell, according to simply wall street Royal Helium (RHC.V) currently is debt free. Again according to simply Wall Street a fair value for their share price is $7, not 60c.

South eastern Saskatchewan has some of the strongest helium cuts ever taken. Helium will become more valuable over time.

Royal helium is well positioned to become a major employer in Saskatchewan (Read the attached link for more information)

Not many people know about this company today but they should!!! Currently trading at 60c a share on the tsx. RHC.V

Royal Helium needs their own subreddit. Only has one way to go. ☝️

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HCN isn't helium? Why did the monke not tell me about this?
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Helium balloons
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Elon Musk on Twitter β€œSN9 will press CH4 header tank with helium. Long-term solution is under debate. Not clear what is lightest/simplest.” twitter.com/elonmusk/stat…
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TIL: Helium can kill iPhones due to a susceptibility in the processor oscillator. ifixit.com/News/11986/iph…
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First helium ion microscope image of SARS-CoV-2. Credit: Bielefeld University/N. Frese
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Charity shop find. Is he inhaling helium to try and fly? What would a squeaky helium-voice pig even sound like? The questions continue...
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Is helium cooling going to be an issue

I was browsing around at Futurology and found a cool thread about fusion. There was one person in the comments that had -1 upvotes, but he raised a concerning point.

Is it true that nuclear fusion requires extensive helium cooling? If this is true then this could be a real issue as helium is a rare resource and is currently acquired primarily from natural gas extraction which will be fading away over time.

Is this claim actually true and is fusion in danger?

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Helium is our element
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David Blaine casually floating over Arizona holding 52 helium balloons
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Helium Hotspot Tax record for 50+ currencies - export CSV + view daily earnings minertax.com
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SILPT: Always carry helium balloons attached to a sock when carrying illegal substances /r/IllegalLifeProTips/com…
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If helium balloons float, then how is there any O2 in the air that we breathe? Shouldn't it all be CO2 or other heavy gasses?

So if my understanding is correct, He2 (atomic weight ~8) is lighter than the air we breathe, so helium balloons float. O2 has an atomic weight of ~32, while CO2 has an atomic weight of ~44. Oxygen is lighter that carbon dioxide, so by the same logic, oxygen should float. Why doesn't O2 float such that there is no oxygen in the air that we breathe at ground level?

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Anyone on this sub currently running a Helium Network hotspot in Philly? What's your experience so far? I'm trying to gain a better understanding of how they work.
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SpaceX Raptor - why not nitrogen instead of helium?

Hi guys, I'm new here! I'm doing a university group design project on a lunar tourism system, and I was wondering why the Raptor uses helium instead of nitrogen for spinning up the turbopumps prior to ignition? Why understanding is that nitrogen is cheaper, denser (hence smaller tanks) and more appropriate for use in cold gas thrusters.

I know Starship intends to use hot gas thrusters for the bellyflop maneuver, but could this be achieved with nitrogen/helium cold gas thrusters, and will they still be using some sort of cold gas thruster anyway?

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Helium balloons make cat toys 100x more fun! v.redd.it/1iy0izhsmih61
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Helium Ion Microscope Captures New Images of SARS-CoV-2
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Helium? Not even once!
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[WTS] Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket and Helium Pants - M

SOLD

https://imgur.com/gallery/p6BS7eR

Both are black and in excellent condition. The jacket is less than a year old. The pants are about two years old. Neither have gotten much action.

The jacket is the Helium II, while the pants are the Helium model. Both are men’s medium. They’re astoundingly lightweight.

Looking to sell as a set for $120 shipped CONUS.

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I quit my job at the helium gas factory – I didn’t like being spoken to in that tone.
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Explosive Helium Shotgun near spawn v.redd.it/d2buwv7ztaj61
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With the approval of HIP 25, staking $HNT on The People's Network has arrived! This implementation will be one of the biggest improvements to the Helium Blockchain since its inception. Learn about Validators on our blog and get involved in the testnet today: http://bit.ly/2MOeupm. v.redd.it/zvpudauyjvg61
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Verify Your Helium Miner's Coverage With This Free Tool hntnews.org/verify-your-m…
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ELI5: Why does helium and sulfur hexafluoride have opposite impacts on your voice after inhaling, even though they are chemically very different? They're not that chemically similar, but they aren't chemically opposite either, just two very random compounds/gases.
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NOOB QUESTION - Just found out about Helium and checked out the coverage map. A person near me mined 20,353 HNT over the past year. Is that legit? Did they seriously make $81,000 or am I misinterpreting something???
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ILPT: If you have any drugs in your car and a cop pulls you over, just tie it to a helium balloon and let go. The cop won’t be able to get it down as they’ll probably get fired for shooting at a balloon.
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Toshiba Unveils World's First FC-MAMR HDD: 18 TB, Helium Filled anandtech.com/show/16496/…
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Do You Own A Helium Miner? Odds Are You Didn't Mount Your Antenna Correctly hntnews.org/do-you-own-a-…
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Felix Baumgartner is an Austrian skydiver and base jumper. He is the first person to break the sound barrier without vehicular power, by jumping to earth from a helium balloon in the stratosphere. He broke world records by reaching speeds of approximately Mach 1.25. v.redd.it/zm34spibwe761
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Today Toshiba announced new 18TB HDDs in its Toshiba MG09 Series. The series features Toshiba’s third-generation, 9-disk Helium-sealed design and Toshiba’s innovative Flux Control – Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording technology to advance CMR density to 2TB per disk, achieving a total of 18TB. storagereview.com/news/to…
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I may have found the best way to get helium
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HELIUM 1

Just looking closely at Helium- HE1.L. Well worth watching , developing the world’s largest helium project. This should fly up to pre drill. Will be a multi bagger

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Shion inhaled helium and make her voice higher v.redd.it/rho2a3aowx861
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TIL because of their massive balloons during Thanksgiving parades, Macy's is the second biggest consumer of Helium in the world after the US Military. wbaa.org/post/helium-shor…
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An air mattress filled with helium is probably the closest well ever get to a flying carpet.
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With wires becoming more and more obsolete, and helium hotspots that require internet/ethernet as a plug in for the device to work, is Helium ready to make the shift when satellites start running the game ? How is Helium setting itself up to take over the game without relying on a wired world
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Helium Roadmap helium.com/roadmap
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An ongoing yet unknown crisis - Helium

Uses of Helium

Helium isn’t just used a balloon filler and its use is expected to only increase:

  • Helium is known as a super-cooler and is used to cool superconductors - an industry expected to grow massively in the next decade.
  • Helium is used in many high tech applications such as MRI Scanners and Cryogenics. (20% of all Helium is used in the manufacture and use of MRI Scanners)
  • Helium is used to pressurise and stiffen rocket tanks - another growth industry.
  • Helium is used in Heliox mixtures in respiratory medicine for people with Asthma and Bronchitis.

The Helium market was valued at $10.6 billion in 2019, expecting to grow 11% to $15.73 billion by 2023.

However, there is one small issue with this ever-growing demand for Helium, SUPPLY IS RUNNING OUT.

The global supply of Helium is running out - The Helium Crisis.

Helium is actually a finite resource meaning when it’s gone, it’s gone. Not only this, we have found no way to manufacture or synthesise Helium. At current rates of supply and demand some scientists believe we may run out in as soon as 10 years. Not only this, currently 100% of the global supply of Helium only comes as a by-product of hydrocarbon production. With the global shift to renewable energy, inevitably oil and gas fields will eventually shut, again reducing the supply of helium.

Global demand of helium is estimated to be 6 billion cubic feet per annum with the unit price per thousand cubic feet has risen 135% in the past two years.

On top of this, there seems to not be any perfect replacements for Helium due to its long list of desirable properties:

  • Inert.
  • Lighter than air/low density (preferred over hydrogen due to being inflammable).
  • High diffusion rate - used to test for leaks in machinery.
  • Very low boiling point - used to give metals superconductivity.
  • High thermal conductivity.

Solutions:

  • Multiple exploration companies targeting primary underground Helium wells.
  • Re-circulation/Re-use of Helium.
  • Helium gathered in space.

Disclosure - I hold 1500 shares of a value of ~Β£120 in a Helium exploration company.

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HeliumOne - The company capable of solving the Helium crisis? (15x potential conservative upside)

Who are HeliumOne?

HeliumOne is listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM:HE1) and is currently trading at around Β£0.08.

HeliumOne is an exploration company who own multiple areas of land in Tanzania, the biggest believed to have the potential to hold the world's largest primary source of Helium.

Helium Market:

Helium isn’t just used a balloon filler and its use is expected to only increase:

  • Helium is known as a super-cooler and is used to cool superconductors - an industry expected to grow massively in the next decade.
  • Helium is used in many high tech applications such as MRI Scanners and Cryogenics. (20% of all Helium is used in the manufacture and use of MRI Scanners)
  • Helium is used to pressurise and stiffen rocket tanks - another growth industry.
  • Helium is used in Heliox mixtures in respiratory medicine for people with Asthma and Bronchitis.

The Helium market was valued at $10.6 billion in 2019, expecting to grow 11% to $15.73 billion by 2023.

However, there is one small issue with this ever-growing demand for Helium, SUPPLY IS RUNNING OUT.

The global supply of Helium is running out:

Helium is actually a finite resource meaning when it’s gone, it’s gone. Not only this, we have found no way to manufacture or synthesise Helium. At current rates of supply and demand some scientists believe we may run out in as soon as 10 years. Not only this, current the global supply of Helium only comes as a by-product of hydrocarbon production. With the global shift to renewable energy, inevitably oil and gas fields will eventually shut, again reducing the supply of helium.

Global demand of helium is estimated to be 6 billion cubic feet per annum with the unit price per thousand cubic feet has risen 135% in the past two years.

On top of this, there seems to not be any perfect replacements for Helium due to its long list of desirable properties:

  • Inert.
  • Lighter than air/low density (preferred over hydrogen due to being inflammable).
  • High diffusion rate - used to test for leaks in machinery.
  • Very low boiling point - used to give metals superconductivity.
  • High thermal conductivity.

How can HeliumOne solve this crisis?:

In 2016 when the University of Oxford and the University of Durham couldn’t continue with their research due to an ongoing Helium crisis, they set about trying to scour the globe for where they believed Helium would be abundant.

What they found was the Tanzanian East African Rift Valley. They then partner

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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HeliumOne - Full DD on a company potentially able to solve the helium crisis (Minimum conservative upside of 15x)

**Who are HeliumOne?**

HeliumOne is listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM:HE1) and is currently trading at around Β£0.08.

HeliumOne is an exploration company who own multiple areas of land in Tanzania, the biggest believed to have the potential to hold the world's largest primary source of Helium.

**Helium Market:**

Helium isn’t just used a balloon filler and its use is expected to only increase:

* Helium is known as a super-cooler and is used to cool superconductors - an industry expected to grow massively in the next decade.

* Helium is used in many high tech applications such as MRI Scanners and Cryogenics. (20% of all Helium is used in the manufacture and use of MRI Scanners)

* Helium is used to pressurise and stiffen rocket tanks - another growth industry.

* Helium is used in Heliox mixtures in respiratory medicine for people with Asthma and Bronchitis.

The Helium market was valued at $10.6 billion in 2019, expecting to grow 11% to $15.73 billion by 2023.

However, there is one small issue with this ever-growing demand for Helium, **SUPPLY IS RUNNING OUT**.

**The global supply of Helium is running out:**

Helium is actually a finite resource meaning when it’s gone, it’s gone. Not only this, we have found no way to manufacture or synthesise Helium. At current rates of supply and demand some scientists believe we may run out in as soon as 10 years. Not only this, current the global supply of Helium only comes as a by-product of hydrocarbon production. With the global shift to renewable energy, inevitably oil and gas fields will eventually shut, again reducing the supply of helium.

Global demand of helium is estimated to be 6 billion cubic feet per annum with the unit price per thousand cubic feet has risen 135% in the past two years.

On top of this, there seems to not be any perfect replacements for Helium due to its long list of desirable properties:

* Inert.

* Lighter than air/low density (preferred over hydrogen due to being inflammable).

* High diffusion rate - used to test for leaks in machinery.

* Very low boiling point - used to give metals superconductivity.

* High thermal conductivity.

**How can HeliumOne solve this crisis?:**

In 2016 when the University of Oxford and the University of Durham couldn’t continue with their research due to an ongoing Helium crisis, they set about trying to scour the globe for where they believed Helium would be abundant.

What they f

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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