NIgel McMillan nmcmillan at
Sat Aug 15 17:31:21 EST 1998

Or could it be that microwaving live cells kills them, releasing their contents into
the plasma, and causing massive shock and death?

Nigel McMillan PhD
University of Queensland

jerri777 at wrote:

> This is one of the most important causes of ill health. It is certainly one of the
> most ignored.
> There was a lawsuit in 1991 in Oklahoma. A woman named Norma Levitt had
> hip surgery, but was killed by a simple blood transfusion when a nurse
> "warmed the blood for the transfusion in a microwave oven!"
> Logic suggests that if heating is all there is to it, then it doesn't matter how
> something is heated. Blood for transfusions is routinely warmed, but not in
> microwave ovens. Does it not therefore follow that microwaving does something
> quite different?
> Normal heating of food occurs when heat goes from the outside to the inside.
> Microwaves work just the opposite. The waves go to the inside and then move
> outward. The food molecules are hit by the electromagnetic radiation and forced
> to reverse polarity up to 100 million times a second. That is, the molecules start
> spinning. This tears them apart and sometimes rearranges them into toxic
> substances that cause many allergic responses.
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