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Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
Okay, this is interesting, and it sounds REALLY stupid, but I swear, it happened twice.
Woke up a few days ago and had a big headache. Went into the kitchen to cook some wings, and while the microwave was on, I grabbed my head and leaned on the counter... I really hate headaches, they hurt. I leaned my head on the microwave while it was on, and my head felt better after a few seconds. The headache didn't leave, but it was less than half as painful as before.
Same thing happened again yesterday.
Is the radiation getting rid of my headaches? I thought so at first, but the radiation inside an active microwave is pretty well sealed off. Still, I wonder if it's possible somehow...
Then again, could just be the subtle vibration from the microwave making my headaches better.
I know it sounds stupid, seriously. But I don't know anything about radiation. That's why I'm asking... I'm curious
Is this possible?
Originally posted by rickymouse
reply to post by Dizrael
The geiger counter slightly elevates inside the microwave for some reason when off with the door open, not even close to what a big ben clock puts off. The Geiger counter just barely increases when the microwave is on but it's so negligable that it's hard to tell. The Ion counter my brother bought measures positive ions. That goes way up all over the kitchen when the microwave is on. According to the Faraday cage theory it should not be happening, even glass is a suitable trap. Only thing I can figure is the fan is blowing these ions out or the Faraday cage doesn't work as it's supposed to with all frequencies of energy.edit on 17-7-2012 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)