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NOT the same Pyrex today, it seems. Use with caution if the following is correct.http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/80beats/2012/09/13/pyrex-glass-isnt-as-shatterproof-as-it-once-was-report-finds/#.Wy_uY4onbTc
I had a pyrex pie pan blow up because I accidentally turned on the stove eye it was sitting on. I was frying chicken and using the pie pan for the cooked pieces. I stepped away for a second after accidentally turning on the eye. Just before I got back in front of the stove, I turned away to grab something and Bang. A hundred or more pieces of glass all over the stove area and out where fortunately my back was, instead of my face.
Moral of the story, don't accidentally apply stove top heat to an oven-rated pyrex dish.
I've had two pieces of new Pyrex bakeware explode on me. One, I did the same thing you did, accidentally turned on the wrong burner. This was 2 years ago.
But the other one, I took out of the oven on Thanksgiving morning about 10 years ago, and set on the glass-top stove. Walked away and it exploded.
Both of them threw hundreds of glass shards up to 10 feet away. I no longer use any new Pyrex. Nothing after 1990. There are several sites that can help you tell old from new.
It angers me that the new owners of Pyrex changed the formula for ovenware without notifying consumers, and then fib about it. The old Pyrex was made of Borosilicate glass. The new Pyrex is made of soda lime glass, like car windows. Here is more detail about how long it took to drag the truth out of the company: https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2008/08/pyrex.html
Had a stretch where I was going to flea markets, yard sales, and big antique shows to collect. Even found two sets of Pyrex "china." They are outstanding to bake with and microwave with (as well as easy to clean), but don't put them on the stovetop or under the broiler. Never has an explosion but they did crack apart. Had to quit collecting after my wife put her foot down. I was starting to buy it on vacation and ship it home. It was a fun time searching while it lasted.