The refrigerator is not good as a Faraday cage. Here is why.

Mike Colombo, from MAKE Magazine, has tested a rumor about the usage of the fridge as a Faraday cage and he debunked the myth live, on camera. A Faraday cage is a cage specially built out of metal wires interwoven in such a way that the electromagnetic signals cannot reach it’s interior.

A fridge cannot be used as such because it has too many spots that are uncovered. But you can use a cocktail shaker. What do you say about that?

Via [Gizmodo].

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