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==External links==
 
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*[http://www.appropedia.org/Papasan_Chair_Solar_Cooker Information on the Papasan Chair Solar Cooker]
 
*[http://www.appropedia.org/Papasan_Chair_Solar_Cooker Information on the Papasan Chair Solar Cooker]
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==Contact==
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{{See|Bart Orlando}}
 
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[[Category:Parabolic solar cooker designs]]
 
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Latest revision as of 16:43, April 12, 2012

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Ready to cook!
Ben HedrickAdded by Ben Hedrick
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Close up of pot holding gimble made from small bike rim and coat hanger wire. Is baking cookies in a small pot on a black dish.
Ben HedrickAdded by Ben Hedrick

The word "Synergy" comes from the Greek words for “to work together”. This project combines the existing parabolic shape and comfortable sitting cushion of the Papasan chair with the natural-source energy utilization of the solar cooker. My hope was that, in the spirit of synergy, the whole would be greater than the sum of the parts and that people may find the idea of owning a solar cooker more practical if they can also sit and read a book in it when its not in use. Compared to the traditional mono-functional Parabolic Solar Cooker, this project serves as a chair when not in use, which saves space and is less of a fire hazard than the traditional Parabolic Solar Cooker. It is built mostly from salvaged materials as to not contribute to consumption.

This text was borrowed from http://www.appropedia.org/Papasan_Chair_Solar_Cooker.

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