Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by Bausk, Mar 4, 2008.
I stuck my can of tuna in the frig this morning by accident. I'm eating it now.
Wasn't expecting that reply.
Now there is tuna on my keyboard. And monitor.
I eat it plain straight from the can. Kinda gross but I dislike mayo, mustard, ranch, etc. I'm picky.
I use lite ranch. I hate mayo.
microwave for 5 seconds?
scotch bonnet + tuna = happy and trim
nothing will happen.
In a microwave...
you've never microwaved metal, have you?
all these year humungus could have been microwaving his ho-ho's.
depends on what it is I guess. I"ve done it fucking around in college with an old microwave, and it arcs electricity and shit.
maybe it depends on whether the metal is diamagnetic or not.
Same here. Haven't run into a micro that doesn't yet. I guess I don't have a baller enough microwave.
so, it arcs, who cares, it isnt hurting anything.
interesting, because every scientific report shows it is impossible to blow up a microwave with metal. it arcs, it reflects microwaves, it does not in any way create an explosive charge.
I guess all those warning labels are just an old wives' tale.
I guess the problem would be that if you're arcing or reflecting the microwave energy, it's gotta dump the energy SOMEWHERE, so it'll probably find the place that reflects it the worst and catch it on fire. Or arc to a flammable part of the microwave.
Really a microwave is not something you want to fuck with; the radiation would blind you very quickly.
From my understanding you can put metal in the microwave as long as there is a large enough ratio of substance (mass) to metal surrounding or within the microwaved product as to absorb the reflected microwave rays.
go put a metal fork in the microwave and make a video
...because you can't take the Tuna out of the can?
do you know how much easier thats gonna make eating tuna for me.
Oh yeah you can put metal in some new microwaves