Wednesday, June 8, 2011

How to make Napalm (Waterproof fire)

**WARNING**
Do not use this for any evil reasons. Do not light a house or anything on fire unless you relish in the thought of going to prison.

This is to be carried with you in a safe container while you are camping to keep a fire going all night or if you need to emergency signal someone.


Okay now to what exactly napalm is.
Napalm is Gas mixed with another agent used by the military to burn people alive.
This is not going to be used for that though and this mix is purely designed to stay lit for as long as possible. You can actually keep this stuff lit underwater!


Ingredients you will need
1. Unleaded gas. (does not matter the octane)
2. Styrofoam and lots of it
3. Container. Ensure that it can be sealed tightly


How to make napalm

1. Fill your container half full of gas. (Wear a mask and be outdoors. Gas fumes are toxic)

2. Start placing chunks of Styrofoam into the container. You will see it will instantly dissolve. Keep doing this until no more dissolves and all you have is a thick goop.

Stir with a little stick to make sure the goop is uniform then seal. You now have napalm.


Now that you have this napalm know how to put it out..

Flour.. Yes you will need to drown your fire in Flour to get it out.
Water will not work and burying it in sand will not work.

If you by any chance get any napalm on your skin and it lights.. SCRAPE IT OFF INSTANTLY!! then cup a handful of Flour and hold it as hard as you can on the skin.

Enjoy and be safe all. This stuff can be placed on a few logs in a camp fire to keep it burning for hours and if used for safe fun methods it will be a great tool.

46 comments:

  1. I thought about camp fire as well, I am betting that it is similar to the petroleum jelly and cotton balls trick I learned back in the day.

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  2. you get this from the Anarchist Cookbook?

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  3. i'd love to try this, but i wouldnt know where to get the ingredients ... it's probably prohibited by law over here anyway

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  4. I've made this stuff in the past, pretty deadly stuff.

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  5. Heard about this before, seems interesting!

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  6. what would be s good container

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  7. This post is both intriguing and fascinating, keep up the great work.

    //Cheer§

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  8. Dangerous stuff there. I did this once when I was a kid.

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  9. God, I nearly singe my eyebrows off with normal matches!

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  10. Great, this is such good and helpful info. LOVE the blog!

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  11. wow awesome i wonder if its possible to cock on the fire if its napalm in it ?

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  13. nice, I'm a bit of a pyromaniac so i might try this >,>. followed!

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  14. It's amazing the sort of information you can find on blogs.

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  15. I think this is too dangerous for me.

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  16. Still, dangerous but could be a giggle...or a horrible HORRIBLE mistake.
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  17. When I was young and made this stuff I had to learn about it through word of mouth. I wish the internet was around back then.
    @

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  18. That was actually really helpful, thanks.

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  19. I might try and mix it up.
    Following!

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  20. Another interesting read :) now i know how to make napalm.

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  21. I am going to go and try and make some napalm and fight the whale killers of japan arr!! lol
    @

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  22. lol awesome dude, following and whatnot

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  23. Wow, remind me not to make you angry....

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  24. One of those things that are great tho know how, but you don't really know when you're gonna use it. Great blog btw :)

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  25. Hmmm, all that styrofoam burning can't be good, doesn't it release poisonous chemicals? Then again, what doesn't...

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  26. Zemzero I would not recommend using it much just in case :)

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  27. Awesome! I made this once, and it burned for ages! Made a massive mark on the road too haha!

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  28. As cool as this is... I don't think I'll ever be making it. Haha.

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  29. i'm never gonna make this. i'd burn the f out of myself. plus, i don't have any need to burn something that badly. still, cool information

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  30. i'm not going to be put on an FBI list for commenting here am I? But i swear, I'm not evil!

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  31. wtf :D
    you are insane buddy, still nice stuff, keep it up ;D

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  32. lol jack. I would seriously doubt it :P This stuff is purely for camping in a safe outdoor location where you need to keep warm if its raining. Nothing evil about it if you are responsible

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  33. will have to try that out sometime
    or maybe not I am a bit scared

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  34. Back in High school I did this with my friends. It wasn't very smart of us lmao. Napalm is scary shit.

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  35. Been looking for this, thanks!

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  36. I've done this before, it's a lot of fun haha. just make sure to be safe!

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  37. Wow, I never heard of using this for camping!

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  38. This looks dangerous. I pass this one.

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