Microwaved Water Does NOT Kill Plants

Posted 10 years ago by Evan Tishuk

Does cooled microwaved water kill plants? A school science class tackled the question and the answer (not surprisingly) is "no." This is of course a follow up to the unscientific "experiment" that showed microwaved water having an adverse effect on plant growth.

6 Comments

nobrainer ~ 10 years ago

Raise your hand if your surprised.

olivier blanchard ~ 10 years ago

Microwaved water is kind of like Brundlefly water: It's been genetically deconstructed by the dark magic microwave crystal superstrings, then reconstructed with a new evolutionist molecular structure, which - of course - means it is devoid of an everlasting soul. That's why it kills plants (and all other living things that were intelligently designed 4,000 years ago by the real chief scientist of the cosmos).

Ironically, archdemons love microwaved water. It's kind of like Hades' Gatorade.

Note to self: Science is totally overrated.

Evan Tishuk ~ 10 years ago

Olivier, I'm speechless. That sounds like the incoherent babbling of some sort of underground organization that relies on its own oddness and intrigue rather than a meanigful message to perpetuate its existence. You know, like Scientology.

olivier blanchard ~ 10 years ago

Scientologist-owned microwave ovens singlehandedly caused global warming in the twentieth century.

Either that or George Clooney's chin. I forget.

Visitor ~ 4 years ago

I think it was George Cloony's chin...but you must remember that the B'Rith are not B'Nighn When the B'Rith are formed as a result of the microwave energy, they immediatly try to change the phase of the water. Failing that, the angle between the Oxygen and Hydorgen Ions is changed. This breaks the bond between the B'Nighn and the B'Rith, resulting in the formation of gaseous water, or steam as we know it.

tv izle ~ 4 years ago

When the B'Rith are formed as a result of the microwave energy, they immediatly try to change the phase of the water. Failing that, the angle between the Oxygen and Hydorgen Ions is changed. This breaks the bond between the B'Nighn and the B'Rith, resulting in the formation of gaseous water, or steam as we know it.

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