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Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)

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Bananas are truly a magical fruit.

1 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


2 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


3 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


4 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


5 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)



6 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


7 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


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9 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


10 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


11 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


12 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


13 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


14 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


15 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


16 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


17 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


18 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


19 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


20 Important Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Bananas (20 pics)


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№1 Author: plat1n (6 Nov 2015 01:35) Total user comments: 129


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...and source of radioactivity. The major natural source of radioactivity in plant tissue is potassium: 0.0117% of the naturally occurring potassium is the unstable isotope potassium-40 (40K). This isotope decays with a half-life of about 1.25 billion years (4×1016 seconds), and therefore the radioactivity of natural potassium is about 31 Bq/g – meaning that, in one gram of the element, about 31 atoms will decay every second. Plants naturally contain radioactive carbon-14 (14C), but in a banana containing 15 grams of carbon this would give off only about 3 to 5 beta rays per second. Since a typical banana contains about half a gram of potassium, it will have an activity of roughly 15 Bq. Although the amount in a single banana is small in environmental and medical terms, the radioactivity from a truckload of bananas is capable of causing a false alarm when passed through a Radiation Portal Monitor used to detect possible smuggling of nuclear material at U.S. ports. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_equivalent_dose)
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№2 Author: choochwhocharlie (6 Nov 2015 03:02) Total user comments: 2060


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...and source of radioactivity. The major natural source of radioactivity in plant tissue is potassium: 0.0117% of the naturally occurring potassium is the unstable isotope potassium-40 (40K). This isotope decays with a half-life of about 1.25 billion years (4×1016 seconds), and therefore the radioactivity of natural potassium is about 31 Bq/g – meaning that, in one gram of the element, about 31 atoms will decay every second. Plants naturally contain radioactive carbon-14 (14C), but in a banana containing 15 grams of carbon this would give off only about 3 to 5 beta rays per second. Since a typical banana contains about half a gram of potassium, it will have an activity of roughly 15 Bq. Although the amount in a single banana is small in environmental and medical terms, the radioactivity from a truckload of bananas is capable of causing a false alarm when passed through a Radiation Portal Monitor used to detect possible smuggling of nuclear material at U.S. ports. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_equivalent_dose)


Well I'll be darn. Stick with prunes. They'll clean yer right out
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№3 Author: ShaneobiOne (6 Nov 2015 12:41) Total user comments: 597


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Also you can use the peel to get rid of someone the slapstick-style.
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№4 Author: velio70 (6 Nov 2015 16:46) Total user comments: 1748


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girls love when you stick them in their ass
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№5 Author: LewisJones (7 Nov 2015 18:26) Total user comments: 2206


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Quote: velio70
girls love when you stick them in their ass

you spelled 'boyfriend' wrong..... 12 .......yep, still a bit buzzed
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№6 Author: Hory (8 Nov 2015 04:01) Total user comments: 349


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Quote: plat1n
...and source of radioactivity. The major natural source of radioactivity in plant tissue is potassium: 0.0117% of the naturally occurring potassium is the unstable isotope potassium-40 (40K). This isotope decays with a half-life of about 1.25 billion years (4×1016 seconds), and therefore the radioactivity of natural potassium is about 31 Bq/g – meaning that, in one gram of the element, about 31 atoms will decay every second. Plants naturally contain radioactive carbon-14 (14C), but in a banana containing 15 grams of carbon this would give off only about 3 to 5 beta rays per second. Since a typical banana contains about half a gram of potassium, it will have an activity of roughly 15 Bq. Although the amount in a single banana is small in environmental and medical terms, the radioactivity from a truckload of bananas is capable of causing a false alarm when passed through a Radiation Portal Monitor used to detect possible smuggling of nuclear material at U.S. ports. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_equivalent_dose)


Yeah, fun facts. But that much radioactivity will do nothing to a person.
I'll surely keep eating them further :D
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№7 Author: ClabbeSwe (8 Nov 2015 04:29) Total user comments: 245


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Pic #6 - Vitamin B jelps the body protect itself from diabetes?!

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2 questions:
Firstly, which kind of diabetes will vitamin B help the body to defend against? The autoimmune kind or the one when your cancreas can't produce enough insulin to satisfy one's sugar intake?
And secondly, there's no vitamin B, but 8 vitamin B, all different chemically.


I call this post bad and advertisment to eat lots of banana due to the OP being obsessed seeing people eating bananas. 07
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