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jrraines

I was watching This Old House and they talked about induction stoves, which I hadn't thought about for a while. What would happen if an Apple Watch or other magnetically charged device were put on one of these? Would the battery promptly over heat? Or would it charge?

Qdeathstar

Rule 34-ish

https://www.quora.com/What-happens-if-you-put-a-phone-with-a-wireless-charging-coil-in-it-near-an-induction-cooker
A creaking creeping shadow
stiff against the freezing fog
glares at a tickless watch.

Time has failed him -- all things shall pass.

acollins1979


ChrisTenone

Qds, you must be thinking of a different rule 34.

Or you are dangerously out there.
What, I need to say something else too?

Qdeathstar

Have you ever tried cooking sausage on an induction stove?
A creaking creeping shadow
stiff against the freezing fog
glares at a tickless watch.

Time has failed him -- all things shall pass.

ChrisTenone

Ouch?

Have you ever tried cooking a sausage on an iPhone charger?
What, I need to say something else too?

Qdeathstar

No, but later I may try putting my phone on the microwave.  I hear putting microwaves into your phone increases it's receptivity and atm is a little flat.
A creaking creeping shadow
stiff against the freezing fog
glares at a tickless watch.

Time has failed him -- all things shall pass.

ChrisTenone

I don't know about microwaving a phone, but you know they solved the question of why grapes explode in a microwave, right? So (and I really did this) I drilled a half inch hole in a piece of wood, and put it in the microvave. After about 7 seconds in HIGH, the hole erupted in intense fire.

Pretty cool. It's much more receptive now.
What, I need to say something else too?

RabbitTheDevil

Qds, you must be thinking of a different rule 34.

Or you are dangerously out there.
Wasn't the rule 34 the rule about that thing. You know, "THOSE" stuff.

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