How To Cook an Egg with Mobile Phones
proposed: 14 Jul 2006
This article claims (incorrectly, see
below, at the end of the article) to
provide instructions for cooking an egg
by placing it between two live mobile
phones. Bill Gates speech. Bill Gates, love him or hate him, he sure hits the nail on the head with this! Bill Gates recently gave a speech at a High School about 11 things they did not and will not learn in school. [...]
takes approximately 2 minutes of
speaking on a cellular phone for the
radiation to cross the protective Blood
Brain Barrier. So when ever there is a
land line available use it in preference
to your cell.
How Two Russian
Journalists Cooked an Egg with their
Lagovski and Andrei Moiseynko from
Komsomolskaya Pravda Newspaper in Moscow
decided to learn first-hand how harmful
cell phones are. There is no magic in
cooking with your cell phone. The secret
is in the radio waves that the cell
journalists created a simple microwave
structure as shown in the picture. They
called from one cell phone to the other
and left both phones on talking mode.
They placed a tape recorder next to
phones to imitate sounds of speaking so
the phones would stay on.
After, 15 minutes: The egg became
25 minutes: The
egg became very warm.
minutes: The egg became very hot.
65 minutes: The egg was cooked.
eggs with mobile phones is possible but
very expensive ($4.55 or 123 Rubles)
Conclusion...2: All this talk
of danger is exaggerated; even if your
brain gets cooked, it would take a
couple hours of talking on a cell phone.
Conclusion...3: We don't
recommend carrying cell phone in your
Update: Esther said: "Cell phones
communicate with the cell tower, not
each other. The egg shouldn't be between
the phones, it should be between the
phone(s) and the tower for this to even
have a snowballs chance in hell of
working. Furthermore, a cell phone only
spits out 2W of power for *very* short
intervals. As a matter of fact, cell
phones try really hard to minimize their
output power to A) conserve battery life
and B) play nice with the other phones
on the network. You don't want a phone
close to the tower blasting all the
other phone signals into oblivion."
Update 2: As many have pointed
out, Esther's explanation misses the
fact that cell-phone antennas aren't
recorded from source on net:
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