In this video I collect my saliva for one day in order to test if spit actually boils in a vacuum chamber! While collecting my saliva I test out how smelling food affects your saliva production. It is amazing what vinegar does to your saliva production! Then once I have the saliva, I put it in the vacuum chamber to test if it will actually boil in the vacuum chamber! I tell about the story of Jim Leblanc who was testing a space suit when it failed and he was exposed to a vacuum shortly and he remembers his saliva boiled.
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