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What Actually Goes On In Your Microwave? Find Out In This Insane Video

CrunchGear: We all have microwaves, and we all use them from time to time, and we all are baffled now and again by how one spot on the nachos can be practically vaporizing while another is as cold as death. This video shows a little bit of what’s going on in there, and it’s not just a bunch of wavy lines, the way I usually see microwaves explained.

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michass84697d ago

there is a real thunder storm if you forget about your fork and put it in with your meal... do not try it in home :D

fatstarr4696d ago

thats pretty cool it would be a nice science experiment for the science fair. sometimes i wish i was in middle school

TheColbertinator4696d ago

The things people do when they are bored... -_-


Amazon has announced their Alexa-powered microwave and it is ridiculously affordable

Microwaves have basically become a way of life for many of us, so it makes sense that Amazon would find its way into the microwave market.

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ajax171836d ago

700 watts though... I don't see how anyone could use a microwave under 1000 watts.

masterfox1835d ago

aww dammit now I need to be aware if my microwave is spying me!. XD


Microwave breakthrough helps boost hard drive sizes

Microwaves could help make drives with much higher capacities than those seen today.

SunnyZ2176d ago

Sweet a 400°C hard drive.
I've been looking for a reason to use liquid nitrogen cooling in my PC...


Scientists create invisible objects in the microwave range without metamaterial cloaking

Physicists have managed to make homogenous cylindrical objects completely invisible in the microwave range. Contrary to the now prevailing notion of invisibility that relies on metamaterial coatings, the scientists achieved the result using a homogenous object without any additional coating layers. The method is based on a new understanding of electromagnetic wave scattering.

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