This comes across my radar every once-in-awhile. Here’s yet another recent article from the Independant which talks about caffeine and cognitive health.
I first came across this research all the way back in 2008 from this Slashdot post. According to a BBC article, regular doses of caffeine may actually help prevent dementia, as shown in experiments on rabbits.
And this is all well and good, but what I want to know is what is science doing to protect us from what are apparently marauding bands of demented super rabbits?
As you can see, in less than five days the Epoch time will reach 1234567890. Ephoch time is, of course, POSIX time, a popular time-keeping method for Unix which is measured in the number of seconds that have passed since the POSIX clock started virtually ticking at midnight on January 1, 1970 (not including leap seconds).
I hereby call on all geeks everywhere to begin immediate global Epoch time party mobilization. We’re gonna party like it’s 915148800!!
Or, well technically we’re going to party like it’s 915148800 + 319419090 plus or minus some leap seconds. Which happens to also be this coming Friday the thirteenth. Which might be unlucky except that it falls before Valentine’s day in the year of the Bull, so…
Er.. Nevermind, just get some booze and spread the word.