Would anyone like some technology ideas ?

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  1. Equality

    Equality Well-Known Member

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    Microwave heat energy is a product of interaction of microwave energy and any substance with a significant permeability . Microwave energy and standard EMR energy isn't "hot" , hot is a sensory perception. Girls are hotter lol .....girls meaning women of course...
     
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    No, because it's not true. The bowl or plate you have the food in/on also gets hot.
     
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    Equality Well-Known Member

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    Most of them , I did quit a couple of forums , one I will return too one day and be perhaps an improved version of me. I just keep getting better in all modesty .
     
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    Photon electrical effect on a penetrating core level. The microwaves are micro enough and powerful enough to penetrate the surface to reach the core .
     
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    Not the paper plate! :nana:

    Still, the oven stays cool. You can touch the walls.
    Try touch the wall of a traditional oven while cooking.


    Maybe a super magnet that is so powerful it inhibits atomic motion
    thereby creating a cooling effect on the target object.
     
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    Tell Moi - he's the one who thinks bowls & plates don't get hot in the microwave.
     
  7. Equality

    Equality Well-Known Member

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    Well technically they don't get hot as hot is a sensory perception and experience , to touch and feel .
     
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    Sigh. Okay, I'll make it so that it's really simple to understand.

    If you put soup in a bowl and into the microwave for 4-5 minutes, you will need a hot holder to remove said bowl or you will burn your hands.
     
  9. Equality

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    Well I've never used or needed aids to help me with food , I guess my fingers are use to microwave heat.
     
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    Heat will depend on the bowl.
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    Microwaves CAUSE the target of the microwaves to get hot. The hotness isn't different than any other hotness. Heat is energized particles rattling around. What causes that movement doesn't matter. In a regular oven, heating elements cause that movement by creating an environment where the particles in the target start rattling around.

    Some stuff is more permeable by the microwaves. As a result the radiation passes through without exciting many particles.

    By the way, your bowl of soup weighs more when it's hot!
     
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    tecoyah Well-Known Member Donor

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    There are no microwaves to suck....and the way to cool only the food is to not put a plate in the freezer, there is currently no other way.
     
  13. Equality

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    True , a freezer does have an opposite effect on heat generation , the plate is cooled and the kE is slowed down . The molecules returning to an equilibrium "cold fusion" state . I don't think the plate obviously feels it is hot when to us it feels very hot .
    When the temperature rises in an object , it is obviously gaining energy from somewhere and the opposite is true .
     
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    Look up what cold fusion means and then eliminate it from what you typed, it would also help to avoid attributing sensation to inanimate objects.
    Other than that you are making sense.
     
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    I'll have to keep practising with my writing so people can make more sense of my notions . I think I need to meet a scientist in person over a coffee to clarify a few details as forum chat can sometimes be difficult to understand .
    I think a days work for a scientist can be challenging and there is many ways we can look at cold fusion or heated fusion . Sometimes scientists have to make their best guesses for accuracy on theory work . I think we are progressing and taking a step towards success and with guidance I think I would make a great scientist.
    Books and the internet can only explain so much about science , I think we will see a few cool surprises in the future.
     
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    Once you grasp what fusion entails you will understand how what you type is unflattering. A scientist is really no different than anyone of intellect except in the field they specialize in, but I believe you mean someone who is articulate and uses knowledge when speaking(typing). There is only one way to "Look At" cold fusion when in discussion of reality.
     
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    I'm sure I'll understand more in the future , I'll never stop learning. Anyway thanks for the discussion , I have a few things to do so I'll catch up in the morning to see if there is any more posts and guidance.
     
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    Sure, "best guesses" become hypotheses and go through the rigors of testing, duplication, review, etc.

    "Best guesses" aren't a final product.
     
  19. Equality

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    Well I guess science is just bs most of the time, I'm definitely going to stop listening and do my own thing and say my own thing , they had their chance.
     
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    Yes, you just do you own thing. Why bother with the vast accumulation of knowledge acquired over centuries. Why bother with people who were or are actually brilliant and experts at what they do. They aren't needed. After all, the world has you. You can just imagine all that is true in your own little head. Truly the most superior human to ever roam the planet. You believe that, right?

    If science was bs most of the time, you wouldn't be able to post on the internet because there wouldn't be an internet. Just about every aspect of physics is required for the internet to work - from Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity, to Electrodynamics and Quantum Mechanics. It ALL works perfectly and the proof is that you can post in this or any forum. Components may fail, software can have bugs, but Physics is ALWAYS correct.
     
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    Okay....Good luck. At least I tried...…...I doubt anyone else ever will.
     
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    So much for "I'll never stop learning" eh?
     
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    How about whatever slows down molecular / atomic motion.
    Just transferring cold to cold is hardly new scientific stuff.
    Might high intensity magnetism do it? :idea:
    I hate to go the pressure route.




    BTW I reversed the plug on my microwave and had a hard time
    getting into the socket.
    The water did not freeze. Or even chill. :(
     
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    To slow down molecular motion, you need cold....which is what you are trying to produce. Pressure only increases it as it produces heat. Magnetism is another story but, I am unfamiliar with any magnetic properties or interaction that removes heat.
     
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    Is there any point in being educated these days? People with qualifications working in shops etc . I've give up on trying now to succeed , I find there is nothing but liars in this world.
     

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