SCIENCE CLASS- WHY Does Helium Make Your Voice Higher?

SCIENCE CLASS- WHY Does Helium Make Your Voice Higher?

Live stream with demos your brain will enjoy where we answer a basic question every time.

Does farting make you weigh more or less?!?! Place your guess and give me feedback too-

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46 Responses

  1. Con Drummer says:

    Who else wishes we could watch Mark Rober in science class?

  2. ChummiestNut says:

    He left his mouse cursor on the screen when showing videos… I think he’ll fit in perfectly with the other high school teachers

  3. Louis Vastel says:

    Imagine having Mark Rober as your physics teacher. I’m so jealous

  4. Harry Naun says:

    I love how this was presented. He showed the F=MA thing and it just kinda started to make sense. I appreciate that he gave us time to work it out. Made the concept super easy to understand!

  5. Christia N says:

    Mark Rober: The science classes will last 15 minutes

    Also Mark Rober: Makes a 45 minute class

  6. Jason Wu says:

    “Oil is heavier than water.”
    -Mark Rober, 2020

  7. Samuel Gunter says:

    Dang I missed this because my actual teacher had a live zoom call

  8. BlowntoBytes says:

    I see you are already following the most important rule as a teacher: Leaving the cursor on screen when you play a video.

  9. TEKNERO says:

    Mr mark: “this won’t replace your science class.”
    Me: I’m homeschooled, anything goes.

  10. Lucas Wang says:

    students: physics class sucks
    mark rober: hold my helium

  11. Nick Nick says:

    The boys: Your voice is so high pitched

    Me, an intellectual: Actually, my vocal chords are stronger than yours

    • Kayla Tran says:


    • Holo Scope says:

      @Kayla Tran because the more wavelength’s your vocal cords prodice in a second the faster the frequency, the faster the frequency the higher the pitch. This is why the tighter the string on a guitar, the higher the pitch it will make.

  12. Jim Was Here says:

    Mark: don’t tell me how many people are watching

    Person watching the veiws: only 9 people

    Mark: few

    Person watching the veiws: did I say 9, there’s really 90,000 people watching.

  13. SethTheProgrammer _ says:

    Mark: I hate public speaking.

    Also Mark: I’m getting my teacher credentials right now to teach a bunch of students about physics.

    • Dieter Peter says:

      You are aware that being a teacher isn’t really publicly speaking? A class is a closed place with max 30 people

  14. 15K Subs In 2020 Challenge says:

    “Quarantine is not a fun experience.”

    Me, as an introvert:
    I see nothing wrong with this.

  15. Rasmus Jeske says:

    Does that mean, a Person with a natural deeper voice has “weaker” voicechords?

    • Djordymans says:

      He said that in the video. Basicly yes but also no. Won’t say weaker it just moves less frequent.

  16. Emilie Poirier says:

    Mark : worked at NASA
    Also Mark: teaching high school physics is like my dream job

    It’s usually the opposite, but alright.

  17. Vera says:

    Imagine Mark going to a job interview as a science teacher:

    “So, you were a NASA-engineer?”
    “And you’ve been engaging and maintaining an audience with physics for years?”

    “And you hold the world record in the physics experiments, such as the largest air horn and the largest elephant toothpaste experiment?”

  18. Athena Greek goddess says:

    “This won’t replace your science class”

    I’m being home schooled Cus COVID-19 so actually it’s better than the current science class I’m having!

  19. h says:

    Board: “why does *h* elium”
    Me: ” *h* “

  20. Mary McQuarrie says:

    Mark Rober “This video will only be 10 minutes long”
    Mean people: “ugh he said it would only 10 minutes”
    Subscribers: “Yay more content”

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