Brooks (brooksmoses) wrote,

This is not an update; it is a random thought.

Fact 1: Microwave ovens work because they produce microwaves tuned to a vibratory frequency of liquid water.

Fact 2: Microwave ovens are rather poor at defrosting chicken; the parts that get defrosted first become partly cooked by the time the remainder of the chicken is defrosted.

Question Arising From These Facts: Would it be possible to build a microwave oven that was tuned to a vibratory frequency of solid water that would defrost chicken properly?

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