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1 x 10-18g doesn't display diffractionYou really don't have any evidence for that, do you?
Blue glazes often contain cobalt, which has a magnetic moment, and is likely to get pushed around in a microwave oven.Many- perhaps most- ceramics contain iron...
What earthly purpose would this serve?With you in spirit, good buddy, and possibly Skype if the experiment progresses. If it turns out to be really interesting, maybe a trip to SA is called for. Happy to chat with the university guy, whoever. An RF spectrometer should at least give you the relative intensities of everything, and a power meter will give you the absolute total, so you can work out the action spectrum from both records.
Thanks. As I said before, I worked with RF emissions and tests so I know my way around the instrumentation.
I will do a simple first trial which is to sit in the radiation without a box and only the meter. Then see how long it takes for the headache, and how intense it gets with time. I will record the results. Maybe do it twice.
I worked with RF emissionsDid you fall ill?
Now a similar question for you. An easy one for you. What is the answer to this? ∂∑∞∫∀∅Feel free to translate that into clear English- the language of this site.
Febrile seizures were well documented before there were any artificial sources of EM radiation (unless you count candles)No, you did not.
I answered it.
Mules don't replicate, but they are alive.
A horse has 64 chromosomes and a donkey has 62. A mule inherits 63.An even number of chromosomes is needed to divide into pairs and reproduce.In other words,
Brown sugar has sugar juice. More nutrients and less calories.How many fewer calories?