Not everything will do something interesting when placed in a microwave. This page is dedicated to those duds which one would think would produce some results when microwaved, but for one reason or another did not. Because nothing interesting happened when these things were microwaved, there are no videos.
First on the list is something that everyone in the world has probably seen before, Bubble wrap. One would think that the little bubbles filled with air would cause something to happen when microwaved, but you would be wrong. Oh well, we will have to try again with copper wire.
One would also think that a paper clip would produce some interesting effects when microwaved, after all, it is metal, and it does conduct electricity, but yet again, you would be wrong.
These little round mirror's come from Chris's adventures in life. He says they are for laser's like his Laser Paper
, but unlike the former, these did nothing.
Another thing that Chris found on his adventures, a strip of LEDs soldered together in a line meant for a sign. We had high hopes for this one, after all, it does have LEDs, and solder, and resistors on it. Sadly, it did not live up to it's own hype.
This video card is an unknown number of years old, and pretty useless to us, so we decided to microwave it. Unfortunately, all the electronic bits and pieces on it did nothing in the microwave, very depressing.
We were unsure about this one from the beginning. Scanner lights get bright by themselves, and we weren't sure if we would go blind if we microwaved it. Fortunately, we needn't have had worried because it did nothing spectacular at all.