False. Correction: While the glow from a fireplace and the energy within a microwave oven are two forms of electromagnetic radiation, the foghorn blast is not.
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- The glow from a fireplace is heat, which is a form of high frequency electromagnetic radiation. - The energy within a microwave oven is created by microwaves, which are also a form of electromagnetic radiation. - The foghorn blast, however, is a form of sound waves, which are not electromagnetic radiation. In conclusion, the statement in the question is false.