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Adam Savage shows the effects of helium and (the less known) hexafluoride - which has the opposite effect
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mxmbulat 6 years ago
most_uniQue 6 years ago
Voice with hexafluoride sounds like something out of movies.
DarkiKun 6 years ago
hehe mythbusters rule =)
MsZoomy 6 years ago
I love it!! Yeah, Mythbusters Rock!!
2 Monkey Heads
lacroupade 6 years ago
that was well funny!
defade 6 years ago
i would love to try it
Nifen 6 years ago
O i love that! sounds wicked I didn't know about the Low end of it
nooitaf (admin) 6 years ago
so if he would inhale helium AND hexafluoride his voice would sound normal ?
gr0men 6 years ago
his lips seem slightly blueish purple color. Must have had several bloopers beforehand, inhaling that stuff over and over haha
NucleoVega 6 years ago
ripzone 6 years ago
If helium makes your voice sound higher, shouldn't it be called shelium?
Noobeater 6 years ago
Sulphur and flouride? Doesn't sound too healthy
asdfas 6 years ago
Sounds like Penn when he inhales the sulfur hexafluoride
Sizzlik (admin) 6 years ago
-Chris- 6 years ago
cool voices xD (i bet most of us got the halloween idea with the voice now )
SpikedSilver 6 years ago
I dont know if it is the same gas, but i heard that you need to make a hand stand to get the gas out of your lungs because it is so heavy. if you dont you die.
Maffis 6 years ago
ah, now we know how they made the orc-voices in the lord of the rings
eNdEmiOn06463 6 years ago
You can do the same deep voice by inhaling some nox if you happen to be in the fast cars scene
Deblaauwn 6 years ago
I only would'nt inhale NOx (being quite toxic, if I'm right) but sulphur hexafluoride is very inert, just like helium (which means it doesn't easily react with anything at all)
rootrat79 5 years ago
adam you rock you sound like a bad ass
sulyo 5 years ago
sulyo 5 years ago
ow? I was logged in already?? duh
i just wanted to say that THIS GUY is sucha kewl NUT
revilowo 5 years ago
budley 4 years ago
@#(removed comment) In the UK the legal stuff is catering nitrous oxide, used for whipping cream, available very cheaply in large packs ( a few pence per single use canister). Its common for people to sell it at festivals, usually £2-£3 a go. If you're interested check out catering supplies, it's probs legal in the US too (for catering purposes.
Don't ask me how i know
Sommy 4 years ago
like alvin and the chipmunks
Journeyman777 4 years ago
eNdEmiOn06463 4 years ago
Same effect if you use N2O (laughing gas). That stuff comes with a nice buzz.
badboy007 4 years ago
agree #27 that is just the shit
Acorn 1 year ago
Want to hear Vin Diesel try hexafluoride !!
6 years ago
400 x 267 px
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