Sending GARLIC BREAD to the edge of space and then EATING IT!

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Ever thought to shoot garlic bread up to the edge of space attached to a balloon and then eat it???? Me neither!!

But that’s just what YouTuber Tom Scott and his crew did. Watch the video!! You KNEAD to see it!

This started as a conversation in a pub a few weeks ago, and turned into one of the more ridiculous videos I’ve ever done. We send home-made garlic bread skyward on a balloon; exposed it to the stratosphere, 35km up; successfully returned it to earth in a protective box; and then ate it. It tasted… cold.


  • Helen Gircko

    A fascinating experiment. I think the bread returned pratically unscathed thanks mainly to garlic… But 35 kilometers is a height without solar radiation. Otherwise, the bread would be too “hot”… Thanks for the information, Pee-wee!

  • This is a wonderful blog Paul! Thank you for sharing this, very intergalactic. I share with you my happiness, as I’ve been assigned from now on a project at work, one that I love & excel at greatly, also have a new work schedule, that I’m beaming with joy, I’ll be getting out at Noon on Thursdays (which is the end of my work week) meaning I’ll work more on Monday thru Wednesday, the way I see it, it’s well worth it, as I can now have a balance of work & life, a happy Zen medium. Paul, may you have a beautiful day & weekend. 💜♥️💛❤️💚🧡💙

  • regularg0nz0

    Uhoh… Pee-wee… That’s YouTuber TomSka, not Tom Scott. His real name is Thomas James Ridgewell.

    He also got fellow YouTuber Barry Lewis who IS the channel My Virgin Kitchen to bake the bread for a collaboration that netted them each a good video.