Explaining the global helium shortage

Helium is the second most abundant element in the universe. Here on Earth, supplies are shrinking and prices skyrocketing. But the problem runs far deeper than that, as CBC's Aaron Saltzman explains.

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+5 1. Klemm commented 126 days ago

Well that did not explain anything
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+2 2. Judge-Jake commented 124 days ago

#1 Yeah it did, there is a helium shortage, perhaps if we all cut back on making our voices sound high and funny it would be okay again. I'm going to miss Tuesdays and Saturdays from now on, gotta do your bit :D
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+1 3. thundersnow commented 123 days ago

#2 I'll skip the whole week, how's that for contributing!? :D