Korean college students once protested against the amount of air in potato chip packets by building a raft out of them and sailing across a river.
Living next to a nuclear plant for 1 year gives you 100 times less radiation than eating a bag of potato chips every day for 1 year.
The potato chip was believed to have originated in 1853 when a chef had his fried potatoes sent back by an annoyed customer multiple times because the potatoes were “too thick”. He was fed up, cut the potatoes razor thin, and put extra salt on them. The customer, to his surprise, loved it.
You would get a larger dose of radiation from eating a bag of potato chips every day than you would if you lived next to a nuclear power plant.