It's the worst thing I've ever seen!!!
Let's assess the risks of those rock-hard leftover bits.
"I think that that part of the comment is a non-technical person garbling something she heard but didn't really understand."
There's a pretty clear breadcrumb trail to Conway's paranoid assertion that there are cameras hidden in microwaves.
"We know this is a fact of modern life," she added.
Even France—perhaps the spiritual home of all things dairy—is now stuffing its arteries with not just the creamy ooze of a farty Pont L'Évêque but with the industrially produced stringiness known as processed cheese.
The American Chemical Society has had enough of hokey, blind demonization of anything deemed “unnatural” when it comes to food—and released a video on YouTube specifically aiming to debunk microwave fears.
But the issue of microwave evacuations is nothing new. In 2007, Seattle toyed with the idea of banning microwaveable popcorn from all city buildings because the issue of “burning kernels” had caused a dozen evacuations in the span of three years.