Is the world running out of helium?
Ninety-seven percent of the world’s helium is a “waste product,” collected while processing or producing natural gas. It’s extraordinarily expensive and difficult to store. It’s the coldest substance on the planet, and a tiny bit of heat turns it to gas. Current shortage is dubbed 3.0.
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