Respiration condition treatments
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Internet and Cable
Scuba diving equipment
Making funny voices
Everyone knows the familiar “chipmunk” effect that inhaling Helium has on voices
Hard drive storage - *arising phenomenon*
Companies that use massive amounts of digital storage have been switching to drives that contain helium, and have found significant increase in efficiency and productivity
Quick Helium FACTs
– Helium is the 2nd most abundant gas, released from beneath the earth’s surface, but, cannot be collected once escaped into the atmosphere.
– Helium is a chemical element with an atomic mass of 2, the 2nd element in the periodic table, and the first of the Noble Gases (which means it does not interact chemically with other elements)
– Helium has the lowest boiling point of any other element (at -452.07° Fahrenheit!)
– Helium was discovered in 1868 by a French Astronomer by the name of Jules Janssen, during a solar eclipse, which he at first, mistook as Sodium.
– You cannot see (with the naked eye), taste or smell Helium.