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  1. the forest
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    13 Oct '18 19:41
    it can only describe

    it cannot explain
  2. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    13 Oct '18 19:44
    @mister-moggy said
    it can only describe

    it cannot explain
    You mean it can only describe how my microwave oven works but not explain it?
  3. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    13 Oct '18 19:481 edit
    @wolfgang59 said
    You mean it can only describe how my microwave oven works but not explain it?
    Or what the long term effect may be! 😉

    To examine these effects, the study used a 2.4GHz radiation frequency, which is the same frequency emitted by microwave ovens as well as wifi routers. There is even evidence that this same frequency can cause elevated blood sugar levels in certain people.

    -VR
  4. the forest
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    @Very-Rusty

    one should not confuse technology with science. one is but a worker in the factory. science is the factory.

    the mechanic is not the engineer.
  5. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    @mister-moggy said
    @Very-Rusty

    one should not confuse technology with science. one is but a worker in the factory. science is the factory.

    the mechanic is not the engineer.
    Are you trying to say the study is not correct?

    Do you have shares in a Microwave Company? 😉

    -VR
  6. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    @very-rusty said
    Or what the long term effect may be! 😉

    To examine these effects, the study used a 2.4GHz radiation frequency, which is the same frequency emitted by microwave ovens as well as wifi routers. There is even evidence that this same frequency can cause elevated blood sugar levels in certain people.

    -VR
    The other day it was magnetic fields being dangerous now its microwaves?

    Sure a microwave oven is dangerous ... if you stick your head in it.

    And the frequencies used for wifi are 3.5 - 4.5 GHz
    you can't warm up your mug of tea with that.
    (The water molecules don't dance to that tune.)
  7. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    @wolfgang59 said
    The other day it was magnetic fields being dangerous now its microwaves?

    Sure a microwave oven is dangerous ... if you stick your head in it.

    And the frequencies used for wifi are 3.5 - 4.5 GHz
    you can't warm up your mug of tea with that.
    (The water molecules don't dance to that tune.)
    LOL...I hope you aren't the Teacher, you seem to get rather easily frustrated! 😛 😉

    -VR
  8. Subscribermoonbus
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    13 Oct '18 22:20
    @mister-moggy said
    it can only describe

    it cannot explain
    Explain what you mean by "not explain."
  9. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    13 Oct '18 23:52
    @very-rusty said
    Are you trying to say the study is not correct?

    Do you have shares in a Microwave Company? 😉

    -VR
    Show us the study.
  10. Subscriberbadradger
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    14 Oct '18 07:21
    @wolfgang59 said
    You mean it can only describe how my microwave oven works but not explain it?
    mine is coal fired/steam driven/ getting it converted to either propane or wind turbine shortly.
  11. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    14 Oct '18 10:28
    @wolfgang59 said
    Show us the study.
    I already gave you an example of a study, read more carefully! 😉

    -VR
  12. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    @very-rusty said
    I already gave you an example of a study, read more carefully! 😉

    -VR
    No you have not.
    Give a link or reference.
  13. Subscribersonhouse
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    14 Oct '18 17:36
    @mister-moggy said
    it can only describe

    it cannot explain
    Can you describe your rating? Can you explain it?
  14. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    @very-rusty said
    I already gave you an example of a study, read more carefully! 😉

    -VR
    Reminder for VR
    Show us the study!
  15. Subscribermoonbus
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    @sonhouse said
    Can you describe your rating? Can you explain it?
    Yes, it can be described as "novice" level on the ELO scale, or as Class F (USCF). It can be explained as the result of his having lost more games he won against players of slightly higher rating.
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