What Happens When A Ball Is Filled With Helium?

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, November 5, 2019
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    In today's video we're filling soccer balls (footballs) with three different gasses- sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), helium, and carbon dioxide. Will the different gasses affect how the balls react?

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  • Goldwolf180 V

    Goldwolf180 V

     42 minutes ago

    This is my first comment I got to talk in the comment bye a glitch

  • Sean Williams

    Sean Williams

     2 hours ago

    Should’ve used a large potato gun type of launcher that uses compressed air so that you could keep the psi on each one the same having it air powered

  • Spektrym

    Spektrym

     3 hours ago

    The force required to kick sf6 is greater than air and will kick farther by force alone

  • DFlav23

    DFlav23

     4 hours ago

    Was genuinely painful to watch you guys kick the footballs.

  • Mariah Concengco

    Mariah Concengco

     5 hours ago

    Omg your doing something really weird with your foot when you hit the ball 😂 any soccer freaks here 🙋🏽‍♀️ ⚽️

  • Haroon YTV

    Haroon YTV

     6 hours ago

    You should try with liquid nitrogen

  • Alex Violet

    Alex Violet

     6 hours ago +1

    Lol I’am British and I like your vids

  • Username_Unknown

    Username_Unknown

     7 hours ago

    Bro, you drop kick a ball on the top of your foot.....

  • Ruby Oxford

    Ruby Oxford

     9 hours ago

    YASSS U SAID SOCCER WE SAY THAT IN AUSTRALIA YASSSS

  • kamalshish dande

    kamalshish dande

     9 hours ago

    Sfx wins

  • Snipersboy14

    Snipersboy14

     12 hours ago

    Hey look it's a video about a soccfoooterball

  • Ayla Barlow

    Ayla Barlow

     12 hours ago

    Can you lift yourself in a lawn chair with helium balloons ?🎈

  • itsok2camp

    itsok2camp

     13 hours ago

    The real question is how you managed to stretch this video to 10 minutes

  • zephyr Dok

    zephyr Dok

     14 hours ago

    This should be done again with someone that can kick a ball...lol!

  • The Wanderer

    The Wanderer

     16 hours ago

    Well, based off of my limited science knowledge, if they all launched off at the same speed, SF6 should go the furthest and helium the shortest because of inertia. But because of inertia the helium can get launched faster than the others meaning it can travel further.
    I hope that makes sense

  • Parker Wheeler

    Parker Wheeler

     16 hours ago

    Theres no experiment here? Just watching someone feel how heavy they are, & then kick them randomly.. No scale to show different weights. No water to show density. Could've built an extremely simple rig to "kick" the ball with at least some consistency. Maybe at least in an open feild? Idk, complete fail in my opinion. Video was just thrown together

  • Matthew Smith

    Matthew Smith

     16 hours ago

    This guy is so smart yet he can’t kick a soccer ball correct or even kick it far...

  • cprater26

    cprater26

     17 hours ago

    You should take the soccer balls and drop them from the roof and see which one bounces more.

  • Goldfish Gang

    Goldfish Gang

     17 hours ago +1

    What happened to the other guy?

  • BTF

    BTF

     17 hours ago +1

    "high speed projectile launcher."
    -YouTube censorship, everybody.