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Why do grapes explode in the microwave ?

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Jon the frog

Look like fun ! Don't know how many MW will suffer tonight...

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Coil

The stupidest thing a man can think of is to heat or cook food with radio emission.
Everyone knows how harmful radiation is when the door is open but they think that it doesn’t harm food and it’s also alive.

 

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MainerMikeBrown

I've also noticed that grape soda often explodes when you twist the cap off the bottle.

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moonman
On 2/21/2019 at 4:09 AM, Coil said:

The stupidest thing a man can think of is to heat or cook food with radio emission.
Everyone knows how harmful radiation is when the door is open but they think that it doesn’t harm food and it’s also alive.

 

Complete nonsense. When the microwave is off, there is no "radiation" in the food.

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EnderOTD

There’s never been a single documented case of a hot pocket developing cancer from radiation after being cooked in a microwave.  

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Coil
On 22.02.2019 at 6:52 PM, moonman said:

Complete nonsense. When the microwave is off, there is no "radiation" in the food.

So it has already been harmed by the waves. If the body is irradiated with radiation, then it will contain it, and since the food is absorbed immediately, then the harm is provided. If you search for something, you will find out what harm brings radiation but nobody will officially prove it.
Think about it yourself, if a mobile phone leaning against an ear is harming a person, then how much damage to a microwave, given the power, is a thousand times larger.
My friend served in the army and went to a truck with a locator at the top so when the car was in the forest  the leaves turned yellow where the locator was sent, which indicates dying off (dehydration) of the leaves.

(And one desperate kid decided to spin on a military locator after climbing on him, so he was diagnosed with leukemia and could not be saved and the guy just rode for a couple of minutes)

There is no difference between the living and the dead, as the food is also alive because the process of decay takes place in it.

 
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