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The Math Behind Burning Mirrors shows the math and construction technique that enabled renowned ancient craftsmen to make incredibly powerful solar concentrators. It is recognized that these devices are still useful today for materials researchers in a number of fields. It is so important that the details of these potent solar concentrators are freely available to any scientist or craftsman who wishes to utilize them.

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This paper is not for the casual reader though it should be understood by any student with high school math. It is aimed at providing researchers with an incredibly powerful research tool for a minimal outlay. It is not even possible to envisage half of the uses of this device at the moment, but 15Megawatts per square meter is a pretty potent device able to manipulate a variety of materials. The results will be published online.

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