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How Many Batteries Would It Take to Cook a Turkey? [Science]
posted November 29 2013 14:32.09 by spic0m




What's more fun than cooking a turkey? The answer: thinking of new ways to cook a turkey. I've already thought about cooking a turkey by dropping it, but what about something else?

Of course, the goal here is to use batteries. Who knows, maybe you are stranded in the snow with a truck load of batteries and a turkey. It wouldn't be too hard to wrap the turkey with copper wire and hook the wire up to a whole bunch of batteries. The wires would get hot, and in theory they would cook the turkey. Simple, right? But how many batteries? There are several things to consider.


A crazy idea with a dose of physics by Rhett Allain.

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