I was reading the back of a pop corn bag and noticed that corn has twice as many calories before you pop it. C = kc = 1000xcalories: The bag claims that there is 120C in 3 tablespoons of unpopped corn and 6 tablespoons total. That is 240C for the unpopped corn in the bag. The bag also claims that there is 7.5 cups of pop corn after popping it and there is 15C per cup. That is 112C. More than half the calories are missing (128,000 calories to be exact)!! I had someone tell me that mabey it goes into heat energy though all the heat energy should be coming from the microwaves. The steam that leaves the bag should only be H20 with no calories. This is a lot of calories to be missing and certainly way beyond the point of uncertainties in manufacture measurments. Does anyone know where the calories go?