If you have get a hangover after New Year’s Eve parties, it may not just be what you drank–it could be what those canapés you ate as well (and if you ate TOO MUCH, you need Anne Strieber’s famous diet book!) Foods that give some people a headache range from cheese to pickles (in other words, FERMENTED foods). Many of them contain tyramine, a natural food chemical that transmits signals along pain nerve endings.
The force of a champagne cork can shatter glass–and it can also seriously injure your eye.
Warm bottles of champagne and improper cork-removal techniques cause serious, potentially blinding eye injuries each year. Champagne bottles contain pressure as high as 90 pounds per square inch–more than the pressure found inside a typical car tire. This pressure can launch a champagne cork at 50 miles per hour as it leaves the bottle.
Champagne cork mishaps can lead to a variety of serious eye injuries, including rupture of the eye wall, acute glaucoma, retinal detachment, ocular bleeding, dislocation of the lens, and damage to the eye’s bone structure. These injuries sometimes require urgent eye surgeries, and can even lead to blindness in the affected eye.
This does not appear to be a reflection from lights inside the aircraft, but with nighttime video shot through reflective material like this, it is difficult to be certain. Nevertheless, the probability exists that this is an unknown object.