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Its scarcity could impact scientific research as well as the high-tech industry.
21 June, 2019
- Although it's commonly used to make balloons float, helium is actually a precious, non-renewable resource.
- Without helium, a great deal of scientific research can not be conducted, and technology like MRI machines won't work.
- The demand for helium is enormous and growing; there is no way to create artificial helium economically and no way for the Earth's helium stores to sustain the demand.
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