How do you blog? This is a question I always wonder when conducting my daily blogging adventures. With the millions of blogs out there, blogging can become quite a bewildering exercise at times. Questions I find myself asking include; How should I blog?, What are the best methods, practices, and resources to adopt? Read more…
As part of the how to build a solar cooker series, here are some easy to follow instructions showing you how to build a pizza box solar cooker. These instructions were used for a children’s solar club in Birmingham, UK last year.
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What You’ll Need
A bamboo solar cooker which only costs $1 to make. Here is proof that solar cooking needn’t be an expensive affair. One of my readers Krishna – rkrao, kindly sent in the above picture showing the simplicity and beauty of a bamboo solar cooker. Here are Krishna’s notes for building such a simple and effective solar cooker.
Materials used: -
- Baskets made from bamboo
- Food serving plates
- Cooking vessel
Building a parabolic solar oven really isn’t as difficult as it may seem, once the basics are first understood.
There are many popular solar cookers in use today, including the Sun Oven, Sports Solar Oven, and the Cookit, to name but a few. However they all adopt either the solar box or solar trough design. Very few designs are actually parabolic, those that are, are generally quite expensive like the SK-14, compared to the more popular designs. The box solar cooker for example, is simply a cardboard box with reflective panels and a pane of glass which traps hot air in a box.
So what is a parabolic solar oven?
How many of you believe in telekinesis? Raise my hand
I thought I’d broach the subject of ESP – Extra Sensory Perception, the ability to move things, manipulate things with one’s mind and how ESP is an integral part in the field of free energy.
Some may see this as a quack science, but if you delve into the subject more closely, it does not appear to be as absurd as one may at first think.
Nikola Tesla put the idea forward so succinctly: -
Though free to think and act, we are held together, like the stars in the firmament, with ties inseparable. These ties cannot be seen, but we can feel them.
The two fields; telekinesis – the power to move objects, and telepathy – the transference of thoughts or feelings between two or more subjects through Psi energy are indeed interrelated. Read more…