Can Humans Breathe Liquid?

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Imagine you are immersed in a liquid, your lungs are filled with water, they begin to vomit burning pain, and then nothing happens. You remain conscious and continue to breathe. But how? In the near future, this can be made possible by liquid breathing.

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    Popular Comments:

THE MAGNUM . 2018-01-14
Hey, guys! Would you like to try to breathe such a liquid?
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Edmond Dantez . 2019-04-23
Not ten GRAMS, ten GRAVITIES! Seriously? If you're going to do a science oriented video, it helps to know some science.
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Em Ed . 2019-04-21
That was very cruel to the rat forced to drown.
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Darryl Hetherington . 2019-04-17
'G's you idiot are not grams...learn your scrips....G's for 'G force' of multiples of GRAVITY
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Тайбирияс Чайковский . 2019-04-14
G stand for 1x the force of gravity, NOT grams. You should know this. But good video though.
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FAQAT . 2019-04-12
10 grams hahahahahahaha
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Isaiah Mason . 2019-04-07
You just gonna steal a thumbnail
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mangoes are good for you . 2019-03-29
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Corwin May . 2019-03-20
In a liquid filled, 'g-suit,' you would not get a uniform distribution of increased pressure with respect to (w.r.t.) the rate of acceleration; you'd have a pressure gradient across the suit proportional to the acceleration rate. The gradient is going to be really quite steep at 10 G's and it doesn't matter much if the fluid density is the same as the person's density. I expect this could be mitigated by increasing the at-rest pressure in the suite so that the relative change in pressure w.r.t. acceleration is decreased overall..
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FuzzyNugz Gaming . 2019-03-11
Could you fill a pool with this substance
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Tiara Hamlin . 2019-03-10
Yup I guess
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Francisco Santos . 2019-03-06
The only Liquid that you can drink, eat, and breathe is "Liquid Oxygen".
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João Abramo . 2019-03-05
10 grams? Are you freaking serious? Come on!
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machinedean100 . 2019-02-15
I think that instead of forced ventilation. They should try another method that just keeps the liquid oxidized. Then they would not need to breath at all. When done just puke.
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Ian Pogue . 2019-02-08
Grams?????? You meant g's?
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TacoBroko . 2018-12-29
sees thumbnail

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Chuck Mitasik . 2018-12-18
Where can you get this liquid ? (perfluorodecalin)?
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tominator plays . 2018-12-17
Poor mice they were cute what did they ever do to you
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Jack Lodge . 2018-12-10
G's doesn't mean grams lol
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xXCookiez CookiexX . 2018-11-20
I can be a mermaid.
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EASYTIGER10 . 2018-11-11
Wouldn't trying to move 10 litres of fluid per minute risk rupturing the alveoli? I assume the liquid will be pumped by the user's diaphragm and intercostals as per normal breathing? They're not capable of doing that.
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4DARKEST . 2018-11-05
Maybe modified or synthetic lungs would allow for the viciousness to not be a problem.
I remember a sci-fi book I read which used liquid to breathe for hours underwater but this liquid dissolved in contact with air. Also it didn’t mention the strain on lungs to push it out. So maybe the problems is still within the liquid in real life.
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irrelevant trashcan . 2018-11-02
Humans can breathe amniotic fluid.
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Art Vein . 2018-10-29
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Nightcore Horizon . 2018-10-12
This comments section is just awful.
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muhammad fatih . 2018-10-07
Easy, just use LCL
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Frams _ . 2018-09-15
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british people yellow teeth . 2018-09-14
Preacher: God almighty and savior created the univer...
scientist: stfu bitch no one cares religion kills science is innovation.
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Ryan Didychuk . 2018-09-07
10 grams haha
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Mykel Lee . 2018-09-07
Yolo I will do it
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jim hawkins . 2018-09-03
can we genetically mutate human to have lungs that could breath water?
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faaacker . 2018-08-23
too bad there's not a single video of anyone actually doing this
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Emanoel Pahati . 2018-08-19
That's the guy from slowmo guys
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Randy Bayless . 2018-08-19
I wanna breath liquid oxygen so i can dance at the bottom of the ocean like im in a cologne commercial.
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TheRealGamer . 2018-08-06
Send this to thunderf00t
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Ezra Matan . 2018-08-01
i think this is a great step to the future, yet lot's of people would feel uncomfortable breathing liquid
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Man _ . 2018-07-18
I don’t know if this vid is a joke or not but the title and thumbnail had me laughing my ass off
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Nickayani Fong . 2018-07-17
what liquid tho
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MatseKodo - . 2018-07-01
The Thumbnail is stealed!
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Phil Griffiths . 2018-06-19
Animal experimentation is despicable
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isaac smith . 2018-06-03
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isaac smith . 2018-06-03
fuck all yall
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850counter culture . 2018-05-24
fuck peta
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Psycho Thinker . 2018-05-19
Evangelion LCL
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Felicity YT . 2018-05-19
3018 people would be breathing under water
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Felicity YT . 2018-05-19
Poor mouses :..(
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duha falah yasin . 2018-05-13
No way are you god no hour not dum. Ass.
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n0ctyrra 65 . 2018-05-09
The magnum DONG
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crimsonwolf911 . 2018-05-03
theres more than one problem with fluid breathing, getting CO2 out of the lungs as well as the danger of pneumonia setting in. The inside of our lungs is normally coated with a thin but viscous layer of mucus which acts as a barrier between contaminants and the alveoli of our lungs, when someone breathes in a lungful of liquid, it washes that mucus away, and leaves the internal parts of the lungs exposed for a time. People who have typically drowned and have been revived or who have inhaled alot of water will often be put on antibiotics by their doctor to ensure they don't end up with pneumonia. Any time a fluid breathing system is used, the user must be put on antibiotics after they're done using it, and more than likely must be on antibiotics before they even start breathing it if they're going to be doing so for an extended period, its a question of medical practicality.

And unlike air, because liquid can't be compressed well, and is very heavy, the amount of liquid you have with you to breathe would be much less than you'd get from a standard air tank and you'd have to work harder just to haul it around, so if you are working at extreme depth or in space, you would need either a highly efficient and compact liquid "rebreather" system, or an umbilical fed supply of said liquid, as well as enough heating to ensure neither the liquid, nor your body begin to freeze. And the most damning lynchpin of all, when your lungs are full of liquid, you cannot speak, the larynx is designed to make sound in air, not fluid, so if you're doing work of some sort, any and all communication would need to be nonverbal, and to use something like a keypad, you'd need specialized contact lenses to see what you're typing

But assuming you can get past all of this, you're still talking about using a respiratory system designed to breathe gas, to breathe liquid instead. Your breaths would be fewer, less frequent, and much more strenuous, you would be having to work harder, to push much more dense and heavy fluid in and out of your lungs, effectively forcing you to work harder, for less air per minute, and for less CO2 purging per minute as well. Bottom line, none of the other stuff before this matters if you can't breathe well enough using it to do work. The fluid in question would need to become much less viscous first, comparable to water, and both its ability to absorb and expel CO2 and its ability to carry richer O2 concentrations per lungful would need to be increased, possibly even further than the concentration we breathe when we breathe air. If you're working harder for every breath, then every breath needs to have more fuel in it or your efficiency drops significantly.
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Raisin Robsi . 2018-04-16
"they begin to vomit burning pain"
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