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  • Danny F.
    Who invented microwave ovens? The Nazis, for use in their mobile support operations, originally developed microwave radiomissor cooking ovens to be used for
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 9, 2000
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      "Who invented microwave ovens?

      The Nazis, for use in their mobile support operations, originally
      developed microwave "radiomissor" cooking ovens to be used for the
      invasion of Russia. By being able to utilize electronic equipment for
      preparation of meals on a mass scale, the logistical problem of cooking
      fuels would have been eliminated, as well as the convenience of
      producing edible products in a greatly reduced time-factor.

      After the war, the Allies discovered medical research done by the
      Germans on microwave ovens. These documents, along with some working
      microwave ovens, were transferred to the United States War Department
      and classified for reference and "further scientific investigation."
      The Russians had also retrieved some microwave ovens and now have
      thorough research on their biological effects. As a result, their use
      was outlawed in the Soviet Union. The Soviets issued an international
      warning on the health hazards, both biological and environmental, of
      microwave ovens and similar frequency electronic devices.

      Other Eastern European scientists also reported the harmful effects of
      microwave radiation and set up strict environmental limits for their
      usage. The United States has not accepted the European reports of
      harmful effects, even though the EPA estimates that radio frequency and
      microwave radiation sources in America are increasing at 15% per year."

      http://www.herbalhealer.com/microwave.html

      "Warm" regards,
      Danny



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