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Cut-rate neutrino detectors in beer cans

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Some gazillion cans of beer congregate in supermarkets.

By adding a chip with a light sensor and a wifi chip, the cans could report flashes to...whoever it is that's interested in kind of thing.

<Heavily influenced by the Schroedinger's Lager idea>

not_morrison_rm, Dec 09 2016

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       Lacking the screening effect of several hundred metres of rock, how would the detectors discriminate between neutrinos, cosmic rays, and proton decay ?
8th of 7, Dec 09 2016
  

       //Lacking the screening effect of several hundred metres of rock..//   

       Easily replaced with several hundred Walmart shoppers on Black Friday.
AusCan531, Dec 09 2016
  

       Wouldn't work. In place of brains, they have lumps of degenerate matter, so dense that even neutrinos can't penetrate.
8th of 7, Dec 09 2016
  
      
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