Half-Borg wrote:But I'm curoius what would happen to you, if you got that much neutrions. Is it just like any other type of radioation?
I wondered that as well. After all, there are different kinds of radiation: alpha and beta particles, x-rays, gamma rays, billy rays, hawking radiation, Čerenkov radiation, tsvetanov radiation, neutrinos (which don't seem to do much other than flip bits in random hard drives). Each of these has different penetration power and effects on the body (younger billy rays are known to increase growth of hair in the back of the head).
I have discovered a little known fact1
about neutrinos: If you manage to get around 0.5 Sv of Neutrino radiation it will cure cancer, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and the common cold. You can get it at around 0.000031622777 parsec, or 6.5 AU from the supernova. Good luck! (at least you get to start from outside the giant star in question)1
Yup, I made that one up all by myself. Feel free to disseminate