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As it is on the 'endangered species' list.

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TheOtherTink ago

Helium is also important for scientific research, for example in weather balloons, and (in liquid form), for ultra-low temperature work near absolute zero.

Hitman ago

I did like sucking it out of balloons and then talking on the intercom. It was good for some laughs.

But, like you said, if there is a shortage? Then I would only use it for medical purposes.

Breathe easy: There isn't really a helium shortage