solar power cookers -Giant Water Parabola Solar Cooker 1000f AQUA DEATH RAY SYFY SOLAR GRILL

September 20, 2012 – 6:25 am ** This is a 43 “diameter water parabola lens that can reach over 1000F The lens water works out to about 80% of maximum power. The water must be distilled, rain or R / O for maximum power. I used well water to demonstrate that it works with groundwater. popcorn was filmed with a Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1. primary video Canon XH A1 Canon 7d Last siphon scene Video Rating: 4 / 5

** In this video, I wanted to let you know kitchens of the panel. These can be folded and stored in a location where you can put a notebook. Do not let the simplicity of this stove deceive, is a powerhouse in the sense that it can cook meat, sweet biscuits, in good time, very warm temps, some nearly 300, in particular the higher. This can be stored in a vehicle along with the rest of consumables used with it for long road trips, and used easily in situations of survival and emergency, or just camping and hiking. All materials are to be cheap, free, or you already. This stove is worth looking into. It ’s the solar panel Bernard stove. The instructions on how to build can be found here: The only difference that I suggest is to leave the edges of the box to ON so that you can use best to direct power to the top of the food for browning, and lower ones for stablizing the kitchen in place.

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  1. 24 Responses to “solar power cookers -Giant Water Parabola Solar Cooker 1000f AQUA DEATH RAY SYFY SOLAR GRILL”

  2. LMAO I love the exotic music with the popcorn popping 

    By ZeroJeremy1 on Sep 20, 2012

  3. You sure wouldn’t want someone unknowingly walking through this thing while the sun is at peak point! Probably be a good idea to tell people (for safety reasons), to install some type of wall with warning signs. If for anybody specifically - for kids!

    By CollinRacer1 on Sep 20, 2012

  4. ssshhh…. dont tell em.

    By Fishioteque on Sep 20, 2012

  5. Dan,why not try cooking the popcorn in Butter? As always….Impressed with you Both

    By hawk1buster on Sep 20, 2012

  6. Something very artistic about corn popping in slow motion.

    By bloodandwinearered on Sep 20, 2012

  7. my Dad had wanted to use boulders/granite etc… underneath cabin in northern Minnesota and heat them up using solar. of course we discussed some general variations of this over drinks(wish you were back here with me Pa), but how could you heat them underground and allow heat to dissipate evenly throughout the winter or …. just a thought here as I enjoy one more ‘cigarette’ on a gorgeous sunny day.

    By TheBerserker50 on Sep 20, 2012

  8. instead of super expensive vinyl couldn’t you just use a clear shower curtain?

    By Mistertopdogg on Sep 20, 2012

  9. Use it as a hot water heater.

    By FlintRiverChill on Sep 20, 2012

  10. distill water with it, clean drinking water for the world.

    By FlintRiverChill on Sep 20, 2012

  11. Run a steam engine with it :)

    By FlintRiverChill on Sep 20, 2012

  12. Need to make lens with acrylic.

    By unambitious on Sep 20, 2012

  13. what happens if you move your hand over it?

    By pcangeldust on Sep 20, 2012

  14. lol was about to say popcorn porno music?

    By redicety12 on Sep 20, 2012

  15. What about directing a mirror towards a thermoelectric generator plate? Ha…..

    By theoremaxim on Sep 20, 2012

  16. Thermalelectric generator

    By Jerry Hamilton on Sep 20, 2012

  17. Hi I have a idea you can try, thermal conduction. I saw a lantern a long time ago that different metal wires tied together at each end. The two types of wire were twisted together in series to form a circular star pattern. The inner star pattern was placed over the lantern in the heat and would produce enough electricity ot power a radio. This might work well with a parabolic mirror or a fresnel lens.

    By Jerry Hamilton on Sep 20, 2012

  18. maybe time to research CHEMtrails, Dan (then you’ll know to check out my chemtrail protocol vid)

    By prophetofdoom2012 on Sep 20, 2012

  19. I think you guys need a challenge – find a way to efficiently and cheaply store all that energy – maybe by raising water to a higher level.

    By nThanksForAllTheFish on Sep 20, 2012

  20. Hey guys still loving the vid’s… chemtrails?… I’m with everyone else on the pop corn porn music, classic :) 

    By MrAstro888 on Sep 20, 2012

  21. Sorry, meant 4:57 I don’t know why I wrote 3:50 :D

    By Rohi727 on Sep 20, 2012

  22. :-) 

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Sep 20, 2012

  23. Love the pop corn porn music :) 

    By sirtom68 on Sep 20, 2012

  24. Eggs?? What? No more melting rocks? I want yet another rock melting video,,, or wood smoking,, yes that’s always useful too! Next video SHOW ME HOW TO SAVE MONEY OR MAKE MONEY PLEASE!!! (No more melting rocks please!! useless in the grand arena of all things AE)

    By teomeimf on Sep 20, 2012

  25. I made a panel cooker similer to this out of an old binder, some poaster board glue and foil. It works great and looks cool when folded up. I might do a video about it.

    By lenhoj85 on Sep 20, 2012

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