This is How Microwaves Move Inside Your Microwave

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Up until now our list of games to play with a microwave pretty much ended after:

  • Popping a single corn kernel
  • Watching food spin
  • Pressing STOP at 0:01 to feel like you just defused a bomb

But now we’ve got: microwave a matrix of tiny neon bulbs suspended in plastic, to see how microwaves move around inside the box.  For science!

(via gaurabc.)

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