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Prof. Jim Al-Khalili, on the BBC’s ‘Chemistry: A Volatile History’, (ep. 2) released a big, red, helium-filled balloon, with a string attached.
On its return to earth, the balloon will become litter. Balloons are harmful to wildlife, so I complained to the BBC. Continue reading