'Hangover-free alcohol’ could replace all regular alcohol by 2050: Is this hangover-free alcohol too good to be true?

  • YEs, it is.

    I don't believe hangover free alcohol is real becasue we don't really know what causes hangovers. It does not seem to be one, simple easy thing. There is not an easy way to get rid of hangovers. I don't think we can have hangover free alcohol unless you don't get drunk either.

  • Yes, hangover-free alcohol sounds too good to be true.

    Yes, hangover-free alcohol sounds too good to be true. Anything that claims to allow you to indulge in something that causes you to become intoxicated without consequence sounds like a trap. There has to be some trade off, like spontaneous hair growth or night sweats. There has to be some side effect, immediate or short term, to allow you to binge drink without feeling like a Mack truck hit you the next morning.

  • Yes, I think so.

    According to professor David Nutt of Imperial College in the U.K., a new chemical compound called “alcosynth” has been developed and patented. Nutt created the new product and says it is designed to mimic the positive effects of alcohol without the side effects of dry mouth, nausea, or headaches.
    Nutt told The Independent that he has patented over 90 different versions of Alcosynth compound, and two of them are being tested for widespread use. He envisions a future where regular alcohol is replaced entirely by 2050.

  • No, this hangover-free alcohol is not too good to be true.

    Hangover-free alcohol is not too good to be true. The market for this type of product is high in demand. Therefore, alcohol producers have a strong incentive to develop hangover-free liquor. The research and technology will eventually make it possible to produce hangover-free alcohol; finally ridding the world of the awful hangover.

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