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Bike powered cotton candy

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Kai took these photos in southern China in 2006, the sugar is heated with propane but the cotton candy is spun using the bike pedals. ..

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  1. I notice he’s using propane to heat this up. What would be a good way of using the mechanical energy to create the heat? Does a stirling engine work in reverse? What I mean is if you cranked a stirling engine, would it heat up one side and cool the other?

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