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Talk:Aleiha's parabolic solar cooker
Consider using the gallery feature for your excellent pictures. See AEF greywater for examples
Looks great Aleiha. Great job on your project. I know you're still working on your page at this time; I corrected some sp/gram (there are still a few lowercase "i"s near the bottom). I'd love to see some photos of you cooking your food and if you are really ambitious, a max temp recording off your cooker. --John Wu 16:46, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
Photo arrangement still needs some work.
We need more easily accessible information, such as dish diameter.
Testing should be about your product... not a dish you thought about using. Tell us about cooking times and temperatures compared to cloud coverage.
Keep up the great work.
--Lonny 04:35, 11 May 2006 (PDT)
Disputed quote from page
"they would use the power of the light to cut through stone for construction" [verification needed][NB: this information is suspect: cutting stone with solar energy has never been documented, much less demonstrated; parabolic solar concentrators are good, but not that good] I have moved this to the talk page until it is verified. --Lonny 00:41, 17 February 2007 (PST)