coke_currrency In a new study, researchers found traces of cocaine on 90% of American currency, beating out Canada—which was relatively close behind—Brazil, China and definitely Japan. So are other countries doing less blow than the United States? Probably! But it could also mean that using rolled up bills is mainly a North American tradition. Equally funny: Washington, D.C. had the highest rate of contamination, with 95% of bills testing positive. Despite the high concentrations, experts agree the public is not at danger of absorbing the drug, that is, unless their bank tellers or casino money counters! |ScienceDaily|