The discovery of the microwave was an accident, and even the people who discovered it were surprising – even the Bercy races that did not graduate from high school.
When he was 12, he dropped out of school to work at the reel factory and later went to a nearby paper mill to install electrical equipment. In the 1920s, Shiban played as an engineer at Raytheon, which continued to improve the radar technology of the Allied forces during World War II.
One day, when Spansey stood in front of the operating radar magnetron, he found that the chocolate bar in his pocket melted.
He began testing the magnetron’s influence on other foods and connected the high-density electromagnetic field generator to a closed metal box, and the first microwave oven was born. The invention was a great success, and the company applied for the first commercial microwave oven patent in 1945….