Friday, April 1, 2011

Solution for Japan's radiation problem

Because all of this fuzz of the Japan's radiation I have a solution!!!
The medical faculty of the University of Pittsburgh has happy news for all those who fear nuclear radiation: experiments on mice have shown a red wine to protect cells from the effects of radiation. So if you live near power plants (or in Fukushima) you should therefore be prepared for disasters by purchasing a decent wine basement.

16 comments:

  1. That's... interesting to say the least!
    Will stock my cellar for the nuclear fallout

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  2. It's too bad Irish Whisky doesn't protect against radiation.

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  3. I don't live near any nuclear plants but better be safe than sorry! :p

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  4. Here comes the zombie outbreak!

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  5. good tip, will follow it even tho im nowhere near fukushima xD

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  6. well don't like wine much .. +followed

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  7. Have to go to liquor store now ;D;D

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  8. That is cool, now they have a reason to drink

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  9. Reminds me of the whole drinking vodka thing in S.T.A.L.K.E.R! That's pretty cool!

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  10. Time to get drunk for science :D

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  11. Finally reason to drink :D

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  12. Escaping radiation, one hangover at a time.

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  13. Long live the french!

    I think you'll have to be drinking a whole lot of it to be 'protected'.

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  14. i knew this had to be good for something. sadly i absolutely can NOT drink wine :(

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  15. It is the grapes in the wine that help.
    For more information see my blog on the subject.

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