This is the world's most dangerous poison, the scientist who discovered it got the Nobel Prize - Newztezz Online

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This is the world's most dangerous poison, the scientist who discovered it got the Nobel Prize

All of you must have heard about cyanide at some time or the other. But do you know that there is a more dangerous poison on this earth than cyanide. One gram of which is enough to put thousands of people to sleep.

On hearing the name of poison, the first thing that comes to mind is cyanide, but do you know that there is a more dangerous poison present on our earth. One gram of which is enough to put thousands of people to sleep. Yes, here we are talking about Polonium-210, whose radiation destroys the internal organs, DNA and immune system of the human body as soon as it enters the body and you die in a moment.

Please tell that polonium is actually a metal which is found in the ore of uranium. Which cannot directly enter our body because these alpha particles cannot travel far away from us, but even if by mistake it comes in contact with our body, then no doctor in the world can prevent our death. How dangerous it is, you can guess from the fact that if even a small grain of salt goes into our body, then consider the game as over.

Is death like this?

As soon as it enters our body, all our hair starts falling automatically and gradually it enters our body and destroys everything. The biggest problem with this poison is that when it enters our body, its presence is not detected properly and people die because of not getting treatment at the right time. Let me tell you, Madame Curie was the scientist who discovered this poison and she was awarded the Nobel Prize for this.

It is said that if this poison is mixed in your food, then you will not know at all and it is your decision as soon as you eat the food. According to the report, the first victim of this poison was Irene Juliet Curie, daughter of Marie Curie. It is said that he had eaten a particle of this poison in fun.

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