Czech Polar Expedition Eats Soup Made In 1950’s

In Education & Science on February 5, 2008 by Petr Bokuvka Tagged: , , ,

Scientists from the Czech polar expedition who work around the South Pole discovered an old unsused British supply station. And they tasted soup that they found there. Made in the 1950’s, the Brnensky denik daily reports.

The team found the station near the shore of the peninsula, from the data that was found inside it was apparent that the supply station was built by the scientists from the British Antartic Survey, the daily writes.

The instant soup was made in the late 1950’s.  It was not that bad, one of the scientists was quoted by the daily as saying

I once ate M&M’s that were one year past their expiry date. Still normal and tasty…


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