In commercial models, the oven has a power input of about 1000 watts of alternating current.

Frequency determines the number of occurrences within a given time period (usually 1 second); The number of occurrences of a recurring process per unit of time, i.e. Radiation, as defined by physics terminology, is "the electromagnetic waves emitted by the atoms and molecules of a radioactive substance as a result of nuclear decay." Radiation causes ionization, which is what occurs when a neutral atom gains or loses electrons. Had the manufacturers accurately called them "radiation ovens", it's doubtful they would have ever sold one, but that's exactly what a microwave oven is.

We've all been told that microwaving food is not the same as irradiating it (radiation "treatment").

Because of this, people are continuing to microwave their food - in blissful ignorance - without knowing the effects and danger of doing so.icrowaves are very short waves of electromagnetic energy that travel at the speed of light (186,282 miles per second).

In our modern technological age, microwaves are used to relay long distance telephone signals, television programs, and computer information across the earth or to a satellite in space.

The scientific name for this deformation is "structural isomerism".

By comparison, microwaves from the sun are based on principles of pulsed direct current (DC) that don't create frictional heat; microwave ovens use alternating current (AC) creating frictional heat.

This microwave radiation interacts with the molecules in food.

All wave energy changes polarity from positive to negative with each cycle of the wave.

A microwave oven produces a spiked wavelength of energy with all the power going into only one narrow frequency of the energy spectrum.

Energy from the sun operates in a wide frequency spectrum.

In microwaves, these polarity changes happen millions of times every second.