Well, not only is this a cool video showing how a trapped gas can cause some anti-gravity; it also demonstrates how this strange gas, dubbed the anti-helium, causes the opposite affects of helium.

This scientific demonstration was intended to spark curiosity about the density of this gas compared to our air, and the ability it has to make something appear to float, like a homemade, aluminum bowl. But Jay just had to ask if he can inhale it.

I guess it just looked so tasty he couldn’t resist, and low and behold it is a completely safe gas to inhale. So he takes a big whiff, and shows the audience the affect it has on his voice.

Jay could brand it and rename it the puberty gas, or even scarier yet, the kidnapper gas.


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