Making a hot dog dissapear using microwaves

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posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 02:52 AM
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What would happen if the microwave was travelling at close to the speed of light? Would that negate the results or simply give the hot dog the ability to understand why it exists - thus prompting it to pen a strongly worded letter inquiring as to the reason why some one saw fit to place him in a microwave travelling at close to the speed of light in the first place.

Some things are not ment for mere processed foodstuffs to understand.




posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 03:06 AM
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I had to post and say thanks for the laugh.
What a great thread.

You should try sticking a plasma ball into a microwave lol...

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posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 03:14 AM
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I've been pondering on this alot and seeing as Jedimiller is using Sci-Fi as his basis for his experiment. Maybe if he dropped his microwave out of a high _... when it hit 88 MPH that may just do it.

Good luck



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 03:51 AM
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It would still fail to produce the required 1.2gigawats to activate the time travel circuits in the flux capacitor.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 04:09 AM
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dude what? you MUSTSNIP. of course its gonna "dissapear" its being nuked to death. im surprised it didnt explode actually. and yeah i dont get the whole time travel/phone line thing..the matrix is a movie homie.

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posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 04:42 AM
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An interesting attempt, but unfortunately it won`t work because of the distance between the microwave and the phone.

Solution: put your cellphone in the microwave with the hot dog.

If that yields no results, break apart the fax machine and remove the scanner. Extend the leads, and bolt the scanner to the inside of the microwave door. When you start the microwave, hit send on the fax, and see if you get anything that way.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 04:42 AM
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lol, nice experiment, this reminds me of an experiment my froend proposed to me back in 6th grade.

The idea was that we would solve time travel... this is how... would wouls take an infinite ammount of nuke and surround one human on every convivible angle, then each device would explode at the same time and the explostion would send the person thru time!

i said that makes no sense... he said 'ge me the bombs a vovlunteer and let me do it, and prove the person is still here' His point, you can't prove it wroung, if you destory all the ev idence.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 04:45 AM
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I dont think microwaves will 'teleport' anything. However, one day in Electronics Engineering I had this idea to make a 'beam weapon / propulsion system' that propagated virtually all possible frequencies at the same time, in a focused high-intensity 'beam'. Everything from 1hz all the way into the X-Ray spectrum, and beyond, if possible, at the same time.

That would likely vaporize your hot dogs with such tenacity that it might give you a subjective appearence of teleportation/whatever-it-is-you're seeking-here. Then of course, assuming that you get the said 'effect', you can then use the beam on yourself to go to the parahotdog universe. Now if you do shoot yourself with this thing and then come back to talk about it I think you might then get that HOAX bit added to your thread title, and seeing how hoaxes are bandwagoned here, you'll surely have your thread on the top front page most flagged spot for at least an afternoon.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 05:34 AM
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Artists interpretation of the actual moment of transition.
Do not attempt to recreate this at home without Professional Supervision.


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posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 05:34 AM
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this is under the important current topics right now.
this is gotta be the most stupid thing ive read on ATS in along time. a hot dog going into a phone line what in the heck.you watch way too much movies or something am i aloud to give my opinion ive been seeing alot of posts get deleted for the dumbest reasons . i thought ATS was for giving opinions and discussing things.

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posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 05:59 AM
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Ah man this is way too funny to be read at work. Obviously this is not serious in the way that there is actually an belief that this hot dog would travel down the phone line. But it will travel


It was a good read none the less and i responded purely because i think it was original enough for the OP to get 2 points.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 07:06 AM
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Thinking outside the box is ‘cool’, the imagination required to send a hot dog through space and time using a microwave oven and a cell phone is perhaps somewhat unique!
My questions are simply these,
What number did you dial before turning the microwave cooker on? and have you checked that number to see if it arrived?

Maybe you should try MMS next time!

Thanks for the uplift from all this doom and gloom about Iran!




posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 07:14 AM
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I simply had to respond to this thread, mostly because its had me crying in laughter literally, and to thank the OP for posting up the most surreal piece of pseudo science I've seen since Dr.Bunsen Honeydew was on the muppet show.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 07:38 AM
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Are you people independantly nuts and stupid, or is there some course you take as a group. And you wonder why nobody takes your wacko conspiracy stuff seriously.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 07:46 AM
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HAHAHA. Microwave+hotdog=time travel...not to mention doing it at your workplace. I like your boss. You should post more experiments like this LOL. This just made my day not so bad.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 07:58 AM
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This is the most surreal thread i've ever read in here lol! I havent read the whole thread as i'm at work but seriously i dont understand.. how could an overcooked hot dog find its way out of the microwave and into a telephone? The hotdog would shrivel n shrink into a crispy piece of... well hotdog as all the water from it gets evaporated. I mean. what did you expect to happen? Im fuzzled


AND... 72 minutes to leave a microwave on is a loooong time. work may burn down some time in the near future or the microwave me cease to exist.

AND AND... eye protection isnt gonna offer much protection in the event of a microwave explosion, it will probably take a good portion of your face off and burn your clothes. Good luck



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 07:58 AM
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I see that you are a totally impulsive thread joiner and de-bagger, then welcome to the 'water cooler' your comments are noted (and giggled at!).
If you want the serious stuff, then I suggest you look (and post) elsewhere if your sense of humour has abandoned you. Meantime, get your head out of your box (for us at the water cooler, I mean [snip]) and think outside the square now and then!
(Rant nearly over)- at someone who calls us nuts and stupid and calls our ideals at finding the truth 'wacko' - yeah! we got a sense of humour - do you?)



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posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 08:04 AM
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Originally posted by jedimiller


Any suggestions or comments?


Not from me but you might look up Dirk Gently if ever you are in the UK.



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 08:18 AM
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okay so I answered my phone ringing this morning and a chili dog oozed out of the receiver!!! I thought WTF that someone crammed it in my phone but it all makes sense now!!!! Miller!!!! you sneaky dog!!!

I hope you equipt your tin foil helmut to keep the excess micro waves from passing through your mellon!



posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 08:23 AM
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The response I get is to think outside the box. Hilarious. I have seen the following responses to goofy posts

jfk conspiracy - think outside the box
9/11 conspiracy - think outside the box
time travelling hot dogs - think outside the box

Some of you might want to look into something called 'science'. I know it will totally shock most of you, but this is a field where facts, experiments, and educated experts converge to talk about reality.

I know its fun living inyour little dillusion world, but come on people. The biggest kick I get is when the debunkers are sometimes passed off as government paid employees paid to make fun of you people because you are 'close to the truth'.

This site amused me for awhile, but I am out of here. It was truly a good source of comic relief but it is so repetitive to the point of being truly ridiculous.

I can't figure if you people are truly dillusional and so far removed from reality, or is this just som elaborate role playing fantasty site, or is it a source of comedy (as I found it).





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