In the 1950s, the US pioneered the microwave as a way of heating food, clothing and other items.
Today, the technology is used by more than half the world’s population and can heat more than 10,000 homes per year.
As of 2015, microwaves were the most common appliance in homes and were expected to reach a record high of over 40,000 in 2019, according to industry research firm Euromonitor.
While most of the microwave’s uses are household, it is also used by some scientists, military and even medical facilities.
In the late 1960s, research in the US was led by the University of Chicago, which conducted a study on how microwave radiation affected the brain.
The study, which was published in the Journal of Neuroscience, found that microwaves could damage the nervous system.
In addition, the team found that the microwave could affect the human nervous system by causing anxiety.
Microwaves are also used in medical research, though their use is not widely understood, because they’re so quiet.
One of the first microwave experiments to be conducted was done at the US Department of Energy’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the 1950-51 period.
Researchers at the lab used microwaves to generate a powerful gamma-ray burst that destroyed the plutonium used to make nuclear weapons.
The US government’s Joint Program Office (JPO) used microwave devices to generate gamma-rays in 1952.
Today the microwave has been used by the military, government and many companies.
Some of the world, including China, Russia and the United Kingdom, are still using the technology.
Microwshed is the third most commonly used microwave in the world according to Euromonitors.
The technology is still used in hospitals, but the number of patients that use it is increasing rapidly.
In 2017, the Japanese government set up a government agency to promote the microwave in order to help increase its adoption.
Microns, or micron-thickness, are a measure of the amount of radiation a material absorbs.
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