convert a parabolic satellite dish into a solar oven.

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+1 1. Klemm commented 232 days ago

The tips in step 1 for dealing with pro strippers are useful!
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0 2. thefox commented 231 days ago

Interesting (though lengthy) demonstration of how sunlight can be focused with a parabolic reflector. But calling it a 'solar oven' is stretching it a bit. The total heat generated is probably similar to that of a candle, so expecting it to heat up and cook a large pot of food is laughable. Add to that the requirement for brilliant sunshine on a cloud-free day, and the additional requirement for continuous movement of the reflector so that it tracks the sun as it travels across the sky, and you can see that this contraption is a non-starter. :)