Back in the mid 90's I remember reading an article about Starlite....a material that supposedly could withstand temperatures of up to 10000
centigrade. Then suddenly no more. Anyone have an idea what happened?
The inventor said that all the ingredients he used were available in his house. He was a hairdresser that made his own shampoos....so presumably he
would have more chemicals than the average household. Nevertheless, this would imply that starlite is easy to make. Any ideas on the formula?
Thanks for bringing that up hellfire (totally forgot about it). I remember hearing about the invention awhile ago too, but no one I asked had any idea
what I was talking about. The information on the net just suddenly vanished, a common occurance experienced by many people on the topic MCory linked
to. I was reading through the link. Apparently NASA was thinking about using starlite as a replacement for its heat shield...I'll be looking into
that later on if I have the time.
i also remeber seeing a demonstration of starlite plastic as it was laser, fire, cold, heat, bullet, stab proof, when they fired the most powerful
laser at the time which was early1990's it almost destoyed the laser lol, starlite plastic worked in an un known way when it was attacked it used the
attacking power to make itself stronger and repulse the energy.
Yes, I clearly remember watching the show, and the stuff seemed awesome.
I looked for any information too, and nothing, the dod must have put a security cloak on it or it was a fraud. I had my doubts about it, it just
seemed to good.
Troy Hurtubise made fire paste. The problem is, I think it's Classified now. I used to have all of his videos but lost them. If anyone knows where I
can download them, please let me know. This guy was no joke.
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