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Microwave

the microwave
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Nick Wilson

on 6 May 2010

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Transcript of Microwave

Double click anywhere & add an idea The Microwave Oven Created in 1947, by Dr. Percy Spencer. The first microwave was 750 pounds, six feet tall and $5000. How is it the most important invention? ? ? ? ? ? ? People tend to procrastinate when it comes to making your self something to eat or maybe a little snack after school or work. Think about how many times you've used a microwave in the past week. How does it work? Then think about what you made with it. Now a days microwaves can cook about anything you want them to. Plus over 90% of American houses have one After connecting it to the power, the electronic waves that run through it go to the magnetron then passes through the waveguide. That creates microwaves that flows down a pipe to a fan that blows onto what ever is inside. Some people had some wierd superstitions when the first microwave came out and some still think to this day that the microwave can make the food potent, making you go blind or dying radiation poisoning All tho people thought myths like that were possible by eating from cooked microwaveable food, there have been no microwave freak accidents involving someone dying from radiation or going blind. The microwave cant save lifes but it can make you feel less hungry after heating up some grub and lets you cook in a matter of minutes for you to enjoy. Quiz time!
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