Microwaves action on milk for infants

Andrew Cockburn afc at gnv.ifas.ufl.edu
Mon Jan 9 09:33:57 EST 1995


In article <D242tz.6x7 at cix.compulink.co.uk>, colinc at cix.compulink.co.uk ("Colin Cracknell") writes:
>>Microwaves don't penetrate foods and fluids more than an inch or 
>>so before they are absorbed.  This means a large microwave oven 
>>would need to overheat the outside 1 inch of a potatoe to ensure 
>>that the middle would recieve heat in a timely fashion by 
>>conduction.
> 
> I know it's terribly infra-dig to flame people for spelling, but I 
> thought that Dan Quayle's sole achievement had been to teach Americans 
> how to spell "potato".
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> colinc at cix.compulink.co.uk | "Specialisation is for insects" [RAH]
>                            | "I specialise in insects" [ColinC]
> All opinions are my own, but Darter Systems agrees with me.
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Since the elections in November, this *is* the correct way to spell 
it in the US.

Andrew Cockburn



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