Solar-energy lessons from Socrates

09/18/2013 | Pacific Standard magazine online

Socrates, the ancient Greek philosopher, had clear ideas about how to build houses so they'd receive the most warming sunlight during cold months. That's one of the reminders that solar energy has a 6,000-year history behind it, even if photovoltaic panels are a recent invention, writes John Perlin.

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