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I know that solar ovens are completely baked, but they all have to be used outdoors. What if a big magnifying glass could be installed in your roof over your stove and was covered by a shade. If you remove the shade, the sun focuses through the magnifying glass and onto the stove, cooking whatever
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||An industrial ant killer, for mean children. Interesting.
||and would actually focus the sun for the purposes of cooking for 10 minutes each year (say between 11:55 and 12:05 on the summer equinox).
||Wouldn't it be easier to use a solar cooker under a skylight, than to push your stove across the linoleum, following the burning spot?
||There are better ways to use the sun's energy to cook.