Put it on a scale, fill it with 90 cm3 of water, switch the power on and regulate the voltage in order to roughly reproduce the actual power curve measured during the 1992 experiment. Then see how long it takes to evaporate all the water mass and tell it us.
It should be 40 ml, not 90. If you recreate the 1992 experiment, it will take 20 minutes. The input power curve will not give the same performance because there was analous power. During this phase of the experiment the power is derived from time it takes to boil away. It is not the input power. If you put in less than input plus anomalous power, it will take longer. Put in considerably less and you will not see the vapor bubbles, so it will not look like the video.