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quote:Originally posted by HadrianWhy do some metals spark in the microwave and some don't?
quote:Originally posted by moonfireThat is fine..it is not reflecting with the brown paper sack...the other way around would be a different story...
quote:Originally posted by neilepIsn't ' Microwave Cooking ' an oxymoron ?Well, I know that's not strictly true....microwaves are great for vegetables and very very good for cooking fish..but you have to be careful.
quote:Originally posted by another_someoneI understand that one good way of generating sparks in a microwave is to put CD's in them - it does destry the CD in a spectacular way.George
quote:Originally posted by ROBERTI wonder whether some data could be retrieved from the cooked CD above ?If not then the microwaving would be a secure method of destroying data on a CD: the equivalent of shredding a paper document.(Don't try to insert a CD into a paper shredder !!!)