solar fresnel -FRESNEL LENS Solar 3000˚ F Sunlight Melting a Burning Stuff With 3000ºF Solar Power death ray

May 17, 2014 – 9:21 pm

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  1. 25 Responses to “solar fresnel -FRESNEL LENS Solar 3000˚ F Sunlight Melting a Burning Stuff With 3000ºF Solar Power death ray”

  2. This is amazing. Anyone come across any good videos on how to generate your
    own power, please share. The greedy power companies have suppressed this
    knowledge for far too long.

    By Serpentaria on May 17, 2014

  3. Here is what you can do you can put another lens with a mirror pointing
    that focal point on the first focal point

    By the power on May 17, 2014

  4. Hi Dan i would love to see how ceramic brake pads or a ceramic knife would
    stand up to the Fresnel lens ??

    By dazer123 on May 17, 2014


    By Iraj Prakash on May 17, 2014

  6. Just in case you ever need to burn a hole in steel. :D 

    By Matthew Stone on May 17, 2014

  7. Not really active here, but anyways, this is something cool I found. Just a
    Fresnel lens from those old big chunky TV’s, a rather big one, that can
    heat stuff to 3000 degrees F, 1600 degrees C. Just imagine what this could
    be used for in a WROL scenario, could probably make a sun forge if you
    really wanted.

    By Ronny Granlund on May 18, 2014

  8. man if there were a way to focus the beam to say a 1/2″ spot and then move
    it around easily you could cut steel into any shape with the power of the

    By hdrjunkie on May 18, 2014

  9. why dont you try adding a second lens to foucus the light more

    By suliman aljabbary on May 18, 2014

  10. If you had 2 Fresnel lens on the same point would the temperature double or
    just make the point area double?

    By Roger Conrad on May 18, 2014

  11. So a beam cannon is made how ?!

    By Marian Pesce on May 18, 2014

  12. glassy material?? you made obsidian! dude thats a feat on its own!

    By Spencer Bf on May 18, 2014

  13. what if those lens were to be used in war?

    By Pluto Pk on May 18, 2014

  14. if the focus is to be make little larger and put cylinder having water
    inside and run a hydraulic generator. i think it will work too much

    By NIAZ MUHAMMAD on May 18, 2014

  15. would you give us info on this glass like where to buy it what size to get.

    By justliketolook on May 18, 2014

  16. +Elijah Newton +Benjamin Newton

    By Nathanael Newton on May 18, 2014

  17. blue flame of awesomeness 

    By TheArmyofHades on May 18, 2014

  18. Intense !

    By joe caywood on May 18, 2014

  19. watching that can lid burn was beautiful :) 

    By spanglecharmer on May 18, 2014

  20. power of the sun

    By Ioan Nan on May 18, 2014

  21. Hey that’s from king of random

    By Gianello0515 on May 18, 2014

  22. As was watching this video I was thinking about how there might be a way
    to heat water that could be connect to a boiler unit to heat a house .Why
    don’t you make a video of something like so we can all save on out power
    bill. you seem like a very smart person, so figure it out and show us all
    how to use the sun and this glass to heat water and our homes. Please
    don’t try to get a patent on it just do it and show us how because the
    government will not give you a patent with any thing having to do with
    cutting our electric or gas consumption.

    By justliketolook on May 18, 2014

  23. its so awesome honestly 

    By Gowthen Sundar on May 18, 2014

  24. Ok. Im impressed. Looked like a good bit of mooving air over that blade
    also.How long to get into a standard wall safe ,with good sunlight through
    sliding doors? Any chance of using large mirrors to redirect

    By nevermind on May 18, 2014

  25. wouldn’t there be solar power/energy applications?

    By Amerikan Violence on May 18, 2014

  26. Great video , If anyone else is Searching the best tips for solar power try
    Banfan Genie Solar Power (Have a quick look on google cant remember the
    place now)? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my cousin got
    cool success with it – saved a stack of money 

    By natalie baker on May 18, 2014

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