[ RadSafe ] Cell Phone Cooks egg

Maury Siskel maurysis at ev1.net
Tue Jul 11 23:41:43 CDT 2006

Were there no Control Eggs? I wonder in what ambient temperature the 
experiment was conducted? Wonder if anyone has performed the tests with 
each Egg serving as his own control.

Personally, I prefer Latin Square Eggs over ANOVA Eggs (over well).

PS  When all was said and fried, the Egg died!
PPS Dog does his daily egg with his  CB radio.

BLHamrick at aol.com wrote:

>Stoves present a similar danger, as do ovens, and boiling water.  It  is well 
>documented they all can cook eggs.  In fact, really, really  warm bath water 
>might also do the trick, not to mention the proverbial hot  asphalt upon which 
>one could fry an egg in the California, Nevada and New Mexico  deserts.  
>Please keep your children out of the kitchen...and  bathrooms...and most of the western states during the summer.
>In a message dated 7/11/2006 1:55:12 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
>james.g.barnes at att.net writes:
>Good for  you, and tasty too!
>Jim Barnes,  CHP
>james.g.barnes at att.net
>Sent:  Saturday, July 01, 2006 10:19 AM
>Subject: Cell Phone Cooks egg - Oh  Oh!!!!
>Need  A Cooker?
>Use Your Cell Phone
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