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Microwaving a Christmas Tree

Post by Captain Microwave on Wed Dec 25, 2013 12:06 am

I take a small Christmas tree and string some fairy lights around it for a nice show, then microwave it. The light show was awesome and the best part was it started to catch fire towards the end.


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Post by Penguin on Fri Dec 27, 2013 10:25 pm

This video was great and a brilliant idea. Smile
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Post by Demon_skeith on Sun Dec 29, 2013 11:31 am

You need some kind of better light so we can better see whats going on.
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Post by Captain Microwave on Sun Dec 29, 2013 8:10 pm

Demon_skeith wrote:You need some kind of better light so we can better see whats going on.

That microwave's light burnt out awhile back, so that's why the lighting's so poor, because of that I only use it as a backup when I don't have another microwave or for when something's too big for a normal microwave. I try to make it as good as I can by adding things that'll light up and/or catch fire with the experiment, but even then it doesn't always work out that great.

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Post by Demon_skeith on Mon Dec 30, 2013 12:11 pm

Captain Microwave wrote:
Demon_skeith wrote:You need some kind of better light so we can better see whats going on.

That microwave's light burnt out awhile back, so that's why the lighting's so poor, because of that I only use it as a backup when I don't have another microwave or for when something's too big for a normal microwave. I try to make it as good as I can by adding things that'll light up and/or catch fire with the experiment, but even then it doesn't always work out that great.

Can't you replace the lightbulb or is it melted into the machine? Razz
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Post by Captain Microwave on Mon Dec 30, 2013 7:56 pm

I've been looking for the right bulb (a new bulb version), but so far no luck. Funnily enough, I did have one episode where it was actually better that the light inside didn't work (the fireworks) since it looked so much more spectacular that way. The first couple minutes all that happens is the snake things morph, then suddenly 30 seconds of pure awesomeness.

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