Starlite is such a material that is able to withstand and insulate from extreme heat. You can see the man is burning this material keeping on his palm. He is holding the material just using his bare hand and without taking any protection.
This material could supposedly resist temperatures up to 10,000 degrees Celsius, having undergone testing by NASA and the Atomic Weapons Establishment in the UK. Here in this video the Youtuber shows how it works in function. His result works very well, but for a few reasons he talk about in his another video.
Despite interest from NASA and other major technological companies, Ward, who died in 2011, never revealed the composition of Starlite, which is still unknown. He once mentioned that his close family knows the fabrication process, but after his death neither his wife nor any of his four daughters have produced any sample to demonstrate that they know the process.
It was invented by British amateur chemist and hairdresser Maurice Ward during the 1970s and 1980s, and received significant publicity after coverage of the material aired in 1990. The name Starlite was coined by Ward’s granddaughter Kimberly.
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