from NewScientist.com news service

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“Goggles that simulate a strobe-lighting effect could prevent the nauseating effects of space sickness – and that of more down-to-Earth travel.
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Reschke suggests astronauts could wear the glasses during the early part of space missions to help them adjust. This would be preferable to anti-motion sickness drugs, which frequently make people drowsy.”

Maybe there is hope yet for those of us who can get queasy turning around to fast on an office chair…
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