Where are the balloons flying away?
A normal ball inflated with air will be difficultfly into the atmosphere, if it does not pick up a gust of wind. Such balls are more like lying on the couch and amusing the kids, gently forcing on impact from one kid to another.
From the point of view of balloons inflated by helium, the question ofThe volume where the balloons fly away becomes more interesting and intriguing. Everyone knows their unrestrained aspiration to move higher, embodying freedom and boundless breadth of possibilities, faith in the fulfillment of the conceived desires.
From a scientific point of view, the one who ascended into the skythe ball is not very good, since there is an assumption that at an altitude where the external pressure of the air masses becomes equal to the internal pressure of the ball because of the sparseness, it hangs. However, this height can not be achieved by all the balls. More often the balloon is gradually inflated in flight and bursts. This is due to the fact that its shell simply does not withstand the pressure that bursts from within. And bursts ball with a loud clap, which on the ground, unfortunately you will not hear. Scientists also believe that the probability of bursting from helium balls is higher than that of conventional ones, since they gain a much higher altitude, and for a shorter period of time.
If the ball released into the sky hasinsufficient tightness, it can gradually be deflated and fall, caught in flight, perhaps for a tree, house, pillar or something else. Optimists, humorists and people who simply believe in a miracle, completely disagree with scientific arguments and put forward their own assumptions about where the balls go. Here are some of them:
- The balls fly away to the paradise for balls;
- burst, only bad balls, and then with pleasure;
- where the "balls" look, and fly there;
- The balls fly to the places where the air locks are built;
- go balls to where the flowers and candy, and champagne: the pipe;
- fly to places where dreams go;
- where we are not.
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