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Desc:These Russian guys took apart a microwave, put the magnetron from it on a stick, and shot things.
Category:Science & Technology, Stunts
Tags:science, russia, Russians, dangerous, microwaves
Submitted:kingarthur
Date:07/30/14
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Comment count is 7
crojo
"Ding!"
Old_Zircon
This is even better than the guy I used to know who would use the transformers from microwaves to build EMP devices and then enter regional "robot war" type events with robots based on simple, repetitive motions controlled by analog electronics. They'd roll out, the EMP would go off, the other robot's firmware would be fried, and then his robot would flail around until it either won or he got kicked out.

I never saw it go down because by the time I met him he was banned from pretty much every robot event in New England.
oddeye
Not sure if I would be proud of being too hardcore for "Robo-Romper-Stomper '98" or crushingly depressed by that.

Oscar Wildcat
This just underscores the fact that commercial microwave ovens have such a long wavelength that it's practically impossible to make a good beam weapon.

Protip : Overvolt the magnetrons. They're cheap, what do you care? I burn my magnetrons at both ends....
memedumpster
Checkov's cornfield was a bit of a let down.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Fucking magnatrons.
Bort
O NACHO!
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