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The Jokes Are Endless... 369 views

One thing I've yet to hear mentioned is the effect that temperature has on air pressure. If the balls were inflated to specs in a warm indoors environment, then subjected to cold outside temps, wouldn't the pressure change? Possibly >2psi? I think we need to bring in the lads from MythBusters to settle it once and for all.
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Joking aside. It could be that they inflate them indoors where it is warm and them go outside where it is cold and the PSI goes down. I refuse to follow any of this, but I bet at least someone brought somewhere. Pretty cold in Foxborough. Should check their balls down south in Miami n such and see if there is a different. They would probably be more moist, I would think.
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