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Tales from the Missionary Hut: Solar Ovens


An invention sure to impress and change the world is the solar oven. Made out of cardboard and tinfoil with a lick of black paint it can combat global inequality and feed the entire world at no cost to the environment. Our reporter visits a Sustainable Living Advice Guru to show us how to put together this suntastic invention. In a matter of minutes gourmet meals are prepared using items that can even be found in the desert. The Missionary Hut features solutions to developing world problems and promises to showcase ideas suffering from an aspiration by-pass.

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karosza said:

Brilliantly presented but really upsetting once you get to know that this is a thing that was actually invented: It is called a Kyoto Box and has even received some awards for being eco-friendly. As stated in the article the inventor says: “In the West, we cook with electricity, so it’s easy to ignore this problem. But half the world’s population is still living in a stone age. The only way for them to cook is to make a fire.”
…so instead of helping to provide those people with electricity a cardboard box for $5 gets distributed to them. How backward is that?

Jboy said:

Absolutely hilarious, can’t believe people are really suggesting these things-you would think they are beyond parody.