In article <1993Jan13.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Mike Jipping) writes:
>TO microwave CDs, invert a paper cup in the microwave, place CD on cup
>(data side up), turn off lights in room, and microwave on HIGH for 15
>seconds. There is a COOL *sound* and light show, plus you get spiffy
>fractal patters across the disk surface.
But what, pray tell, does this do to the microwave???
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