It’s using a thermoelectric transducer heated by the candle to power an electric fan. The fan then cools the radiator which then cools part of the transducer increasing the temperature gradient which then increases the current until it reaches an equilibrium

It’s using a thermoelectric transducer heated by the candle to power an electric fan. The fan then cools the radiator which then cools part of the transducer increasing the temperature gradient which then increases the current until it reaches an equilibrium

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    Cool! From both a physics & IT standpoint!
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    Thermoelectric materials are fucking awesome
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