What was the 1960's TV series about a man and a big white balloon?
"The Prisoner" starring Patrick McGoohan. He was "Number 6" and the balloon was "Rover".
I depends what kind of balloon you have. Maybe you can even make a balloon that is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo big you'll have trouble holding it. You might be scared that its gonna pop. But when some balloons pop the sound isn't that big. Some times you don't have to be scared to blow a balloon!!!
a balloon originally does not have any air INSIDE it. hence,when air is forced in side it, the balloon expands (as the balloon is stretchable) at a limit, the balloon gets big enough and then it is knotted. But if we force more air into it, the balloon will burst. After it is knotted, the pressure inside and outside the balloon is the same.
If A balloon was placed over the opening of a test tube The test tube was then held over a flame and the balloon began to expand Explain why?
Inside the balloon with no water at all, the intense heat from the hot fire will melt the surface of the balloon. The pressure inside the balloon is so big that the balloon deflate and POP! With water, the water conducts the fire away from the balloon so the suface may not reach high tempertures. The balloon is remained inflated.
Big Bang Cosmology does NOT state that the mass of our Universe exploded from a single point into empty space. Rather, it states that the density of Universe has been decreasing at a (more or less) constant rate over the last 13.77 billion years or so, due to an EXPANSION of space itself. Think of space as like an balloon, and matter as like ink on the balloon. Big Bang Cosmology states that the BALLOON…