Whiskerino 2009

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  • posted: December 01 @ 12:02pm
This taco was hilariously delicious.

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Trey says:
Funny taco. Looks delicious.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:03pm -
Jar says:
This was actually an outtake, but I liked it, so here it is.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:03pm -
Ula O cealleigh says:
helium filled tacos!!

Biological effects

Effect of helium on a human voice
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The effect of helium on a human voice
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The human voice is not like a string instrument, in which the a primarily vibrating object completely sets the pitch of the sound. Rather, in a human, the vocal folds act as a source of polytonic vibration, much like the reed(s) in woodwind musical instruments. As in a woodwind, the size of the resonant cavity plays a large part in picking out and amplifying a given fundamental or overtone frequency of vibration, during soundmaking. The voice of a person who has inhaled helium temporarily changes in timbre in a way that makes it sound high-pitched, because higher overtones are being amplified. The speed of sound in helium is nearly three times the speed of sound in air; because the fundamental frequency of a gas-filled cavity is proportional to the speed of sound in the gas, when helium is inhaled there is a corresponding increase in the pitch of the resonant frequencies of the vocal tract.[3][92] (The opposite effect, lowering frequencies, can be obtained by inhaling a dense gas such as sulfur hexafluoride.)

Inhaling helium can be dangerous if done to excess, since helium is a simple asphyxiant and so displaces oxygen needed for normal respiration.[3][93] Breathing pure helium continuously causes death by asphyxiation within minutes. Inhaling helium directly from pressurized cylinders is extremely dangerous, as the high flow rate can result in barotrauma, fatally rupturing lung tissue.[93][94] However, death caused by helium is quite rare, with only two fatalities reported between 2000 and 2004 in the United States.[94]

At high pressures (more than about 20 atm or two MPa), a mixture of helium and oxygen (heliox) can lead to high pressure nervous syndrome, a sort of reverse-anesthetic effect; adding a small amount of nitrogen to the mixture can alleviate the problem
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:05pm -
mattyc says:
aren 't they all....aren't they all.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:05pm -
Pip says:
I believe it.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:08pm -
benfrank says:
great pic, man.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:08pm -
Le Duncan says:
This picture is deliciously hilarious.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:18pm -
Gavin says:
this makes me laugh. you look so happy.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:28pm -
gfmorris says:
You got in the middle of the TACO BUS REVOLUTION. POISON! ;)
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:31pm -
Jar says:
CLAME for the source of this amazing taco.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:41pm -
mynameisjason says:
looks good.


this is the best theme day evar!
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 12:49pm -
cary norton says:
mmm hilarasty taco.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 2:24pm -
Roo says:
that is one funny taco!
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 3:58pm -
Johnny Rebellious says:
you can't help but smile and feel pure joy while looking at this. nicely done.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 4:06pm -
ThatGuy says:
It looks it. So great.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 4:15pm -
jonshell says:
this picture makes me want to give you a big hug.
Posted: Dec 1st, 2009 - 6:16pm -
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