KPJ <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|I understand the mesh does not stop all the
|from escaping. To fully stop the radiation, the
|oven would become
|heavy, ugly, and the owner would not see the minced
|dead cow in there.
It appears as if <email@example.com> asked:
|What amount of radiation does escape?
|AFAIK, the chief problem with leakage comes more from
|defective seals on the edge of the door.
A radiation meter can detect the radiation from a microwave oven from a distance of at least 4 m.(*)
I acquired a radiation meter to check my daily life environment.
Apart from such obvious sources as microwave ovens, I detected minor radiation from various other sources, including cathode ray tubes and mobile phones. The radiation meter went into panic mode near a mobile phone (GSM) base station. DANGER, WILL ROBINSON, DANGER! !-|
``What's a little radiation?''