The End of the Swiss Dream

Those who lived through the time of the Cold War in Europe are not unaware that the Swiss developed a very advanced “post-nuclear” plan. First and foremost, there was nuclear bunker space for everyone, adequately stocked with essential supplies, including that absolute must-have, coffee. It seems that time is past (or habits have changed), in any case, the beverage will no longer be included in survival kits, even after a climate cataclysm. Never mind, we now have the scientifically measurable proof that all we need to do is think of drinking a coffee to enjoy the beneficial fallout …

https://www.euronews.com/2019/04/11/switzerland-says-coffee-no-longer-essential-to-human-survival-social-media-disagrees

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