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How to Add the Perfect Amount of Helium to a Balloon So It Doesn't Float or Sink!

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In this video I see if it is possible to add the perfect amount of helium to a balloon so that it doesn't float or sink but just stays exactly where you set it in the air! I show you some interesting affects that happen when you remove gravity and buoyancy from the equation.

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