What can I say?
Imagine solar power cells. Then imagine stained glass. Then imagine the two combined.
If that is not a truly magnificent and inspiring enough concept, imagine the two combined with a smattering of ancient Aramaic betwixt the panes. This is what Sarah Hill's Lux Nova wind tower at Regent College is all about:
It's a photovoltaic stained glass waterfall with the Lord's Prayer in Syriac Aramaic running down the inside.
It's stunning, it's gorgeous, and (most importantly) it's correct! :-)
From Episcopal Life Online: http://www.episcopalchurch.org/81827_90541_ENG_HTM.htm
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