control sample A
These are the results of the algae and lifeforms, or lack of from my digital microscope at power level x10.
Sample A, not showing the Tardigradas, clearly shows an abundance of life and continuous growth of the algae.
The irradiated sample B, which was radiated in the microwave at only 30 seconds at the power level of x10 on my digital microscope, shows that the
algae cells have divided and it has lost it's ability to bond. Although on a higher level, I detected very few organisms, including Tardigradas,
which were virtually existent due to the high exposure to the Thermal Radiation.
This shows at a microscopic level why the plant with the microwave water didn't thrive, and the other one did. The water did effect the plant at a
genetic level, which proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that Thermal Radiation has the effect on the bonding of the genomes in our system.
I use the microwave part of my oven moderately;I have a microwave, convection, grill. I use it mostly to defrost chicken and I eat meat, so
infrequently, that it's effects are minute.
However, on the odd occasion, I have had a microwave meal, but have found that as I have a higher setting than the required setting on my microwave
portion of my oven, that I can put it in for a much reduced time. I tend to use my oven and grill more frequently.
However, if you live on microwave meals, and use the microwave frequently, I, personally, believe that there is a risk on a cellular level over a
longer period of time.
I base this on the plant experiment and my own experiment.
I have the examples at higher magnifications, but feel that at x 10, it clearly shows the algae cells do not bond properly, after 30 seconds.
I have certificates in General, Natural, and Biological Science from the OU. My condition and health was too poor at the time for me to do well on my
exams and get my degree. I had studied in the hope of getting a Ph.d in Microbiological Sciences.
[edit on 16/8/07 by rachel07]