Microwave Ovens

Did russia ban microwave ovens?

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No. Don't believe everthing you read.

Conventional ovens cook by radiation, as do microwave ovens.

No, microwave ovens are extremely popular in Japan.

Yes, microwave ovens use electromagnetic radiation.

microwave ovens dont kill bacteria it the way you make the food

microwave ovens and microwave communications.

Some features of cheap microwave ovens are that they can cook things at very high temperatures and some newer microwave ovens even have a convection feaure on them.

No, microwave ovens don't have a standard length. They come in different sizes.

because they are not suppose to be microwave

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There are no radioactive materials in microwave ovens: they use microwaves to cook food and heat liquids.

No, this microwave is not energy star approved. In fact, Energy Star does not currently approve/label ANY microwave ovens. However, most microwave ovens of the same size/wattage use comparable amounts of energy, and microwave ovens use substantially less energy than conventional ovens.

Microwave ovens should definitely be banned on a total global/ universal level. Its a know fact that food which has been microwaved, is no longer food, but now a plate of carcinogens. Microwaved food which is then consumed not only fills its consumer with these carginogens, but the effects can also alter &/ or the consumer's DNA, cause brain malfunctions, even permanent brain damage. Why hasn't every country banned the use or sale of these extremely dangerous, horrifyingly toxicifying and most insidious and horrific forms of electronics known to mankind to date is THE REAL QUESTION WE NEED REVEALED HERE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Microwave ovens, often shortened to just 'microwave', are used to defrost, reheat, cook or warm food and beverages for consumption.Microwave ovens are used for heating and/or cooking food.

No, microwave ovens do not emit gamma rays. The microwave oven cannot generate the electromagnetic energy of a gamma ray. Not even close.

GE (General Elecric) sells the most microwave ovens. They sell approxamately 30% of all countertop ovens (the kind that is most common).

This question needs clarification. By definition a "microwave" is a microwave oven. There are Microwave ovens that are built in above a regular stove/oven combination and there are portable or stand alone microwave ovens that can sit on a counter top or on a microwave oven "cart" piece of furniture.

Convection microwave ovens combine the technology of microwave cooking and convection heat cooking. It is possible to brown food or even bake cakes in these types of ovens.

Percy L. Spencer in 1945 invented the microwave

Microwave ovens don't have Tesla coils in them.

The manufacturer of SilverCrest microwave ovens is Hans Kompernass GmbH & Co.KG. They are a German company that specializes in consumer products.

Microwave ovens were used commercially before entering the home cooking market. Raytheon and Litton Industries Inc., both defense contractors, tried to sell microwave ovens in the United States without much success

There was no law that banned microwave ovens in the old Soviet Union, William Kopp made this up for his article many years ago. Several debunkers have trawled the USSR legal code without success trying to find the law - or the law that repealed it during perestroika. One argument goes that if even the Soviets banned microwave ovens, and we all know how evil the Soviets were, then surely microwave ovens must be bad. It is in the same boat as the allegation that the Nazis invented microwave ovens. They didn't (if they had cavity magnetrons available, they would have done what the British did and built accurate high frequency radar sets). Evil inventors developing something that even the evil Soviet empire had to ban, how effective that is as anti microwave oven propaganda. The question is valid given the sheer bulk of comment on the internet, but the simple truth is that microwave ovens were not banned in the old USSR. Urban Myth. No evidence whatsoever to support it.

Microwave ovens operate at about 2,450 MHz.

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