Monday, July 09, 2007

The Tonight Show: Anti-Helium

Sulfur hexafluoride gas is over five times denser than air, it can be poured into an open container and it won't escape. If breathed, the gas can also alter breather's voice by making it sound very deep due to the gas' density. Also light objects that contain air inside them can float on top of this gas.

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