I read. I read tech stuff everyday, 10-14 newspapers online, one dead tree paper or what attempts to pass as one here in Louisville, and follow a lot of links. Because of that I come across stuff like children in Brazil being chipped to stop truancy or at least their school uniforms are chipped. Then today I come across this article that says some physicists learned red wine can turn certain materials into superconductors.
Oh it gets better. Beaujolais is the best wine for it, specifically a 2009 Beajoulais from the Paul Beaudet winery in central France.
JEEEBUS... what these wine heads spilled some good beaujolais on an experiment and came up with iron super conductors? Ok... don't believe it... Read It Here:
http://www.technologyreview.com/blog/ar ... /?p1=blogs