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IS A PLANT NOT BLOSSOMING AS IT SHOULD? DOES A BUNCH OF GRAPES CONTAIN UNDERDEVELOPED GRAPES? IS A BOTTLE OF WINE TAINTED? HAS COFFEE LOST ITS ORIGINAL AROMA? IT COULD BE THE FAULT OF NATURAL RADIATION!

The negative effects caused by natural radiation can also be seen in environments other than the health sector - for example, in the agriculture and food division. In recent years, many experiments have been carried out in this area and in all cases, it was possible to note the negative impact of natural radiation on the products examined. 


To begin, a few years ago an interesting experiment was carried out on wine: in the presence of 10 sommeliers, some bottles of wine were selected from the Franciacorta Cellars near Brescia and, unbeknownst to the sommeliers, some glasses were positioned in micro-areas perturbed by natural radioactivity coming from underground (circa 1 micron). The result was surprising: all the sommeliers noticed that the organoleptic characteristics of the wine positioned over the radiation source only for one minute were radically modified! Recently, a similar experiment was carried out on coffee, both in bean form and as a drink: in this case, too, the expert coffee tasters confirmed a notable difference in the aroma of the coffee subjected to natural radiation compared to that not exposed to it, despite the “irradiated” coffee being placed in the perturbed micro-area for a few seconds only. Both of these experiments were filmed and are part of the “curiosities” in the scientific sphere amassed by some pioneering researchers in the sector. Other, much more evident, experiments were carried out in the floral industry and in the wine-producing industry. In wine growing, by analysing some bunches of grapes, it was confirmed that the grapes showing signs of difficulty in their growth and maturation contained doses of naturally occurring gamma radiation absorbed from underground (see photo). As regards the floral industry, two identical plants of the exact same species and age were placed in two different vases; one vase was positioned in a zone without natural radiation perturbation, and the other over a natural radiation source. The results were clear for all to see, given that the irradiated plant did not have the strength to produce a flower (see photo) while the other grew normally, because it was placed outside the natural radioactivity micro-area. The question must be asked: what happens to a person who spends years in the vicinity of such radiation?


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