I have a few questions/thoughts about microwaves ovens and cell phones that I'm hoping someone here can help with. Microwaves ovens and cell phones both use around the same range of frequencies. But microwave ovens use way more power. Ovens about 500W, cell phones at most 2W. More power would result in higher intensity for a given area. This is why an oven cooks food and cell phones don't. Correct me if I'm wrong. I saw a program on tv where they piled a bunch of cell phone on an egg and called them to see if they would cook the egg. It didn't, but they didn't explain why. Can blasting an egg with a low power frequency ever equal a high power frequency? I know that the photoelectric effect says blasting it with lower frequency photons won't be the same as one high powered photon. And some final questions. Do you think cell phones pose a health risk? What about a cell phone jammer that is blasting out multiple frequencies all the time? What about wifi signals that are all around us?