Saturday, February 5, 2011

Napalm Recipes

This is for educational purposes only, please do not make or use. Warning Napalm can cause; Extreme damage and distributed pain, physically and mentally, Destruction in a large radius, Burns and death.


Thermite - Used for opening locks and melting through strong metal structures.
  • 2 parts Iron Oxide, which is rust (Powdered)
  • 1 part Aluminium (Powdered)
  • Strip of Magnesium
  • A container (a can will do)


For every 1 gram of aluminium you will need 2 grams of iron oxide. Use the magnesium strip as a fuse. When lighting the magnesium fuse do not look at it directly, you can cause permanent eye damage it is that bright, it is the only thing hot enough to ignite the thermite. This mixture can burn up to 2400 degrees Celsius (est. 4100F) and can burn through an inch of steel plate easily.

Inferno - Used for pure damage

  • 50% Petrol
  • 40% Sulfuric Acid (Open a car battery)
  • 10% Mercury


The damage this causes is almost indescribable. Water won't put this out, infact it will make it bigger and spread more. Use only dry fire hydrants to put this out. Anyone who crosses over it won't only find themselves on fire burning, but also melting due to the sulfuric acid in it. Mercury is a liquid metal which expands as it is heated, It is also highly toxic producing fumes which will make you blackout before you can run away from this noxious inferno.

Styrofoam compound - Used for sticking onto targets
  • 20 parts Styrofoam (Used in fragile packaging)
  • 1 part Petrol

Simply fill a container with 10% petrol and keep feeding it Styrofoam until it cannot dissolve anymore, you should end up with a moldable playdough like texture. Throw it at something when it has been lit with a long fuse.

The Random Fiesta - Used by random people for entertainment
  • Styrofoam compound
  • Sparklers (Powdered)
  • Popcorn (Unpopped)

Mash it all up and Lol

35 comments:

  1. i'm expecting to be v& after writing this comment ;)

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  2. Could use these for some pranks...

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  4. I love the smell of napalm in the morning =P

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  5. Styrofoam is a great classic, but f**k, thermite is huge!

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  6. This post reminds me of a book I once read called the Anarchist's Cookbook. I'm pretty sure you might have heard of it.

    Following and Supporting
    GeekFads

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  7. I guess this will come in handy if I one day want to make.....napalm?

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  8. useful for getting those damn pesky whippersnappers from my yard

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  9. Wow. This is crazy! I actually want to go home and mix up some thermite.

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  10. a friend in colledge totally lost it with a lecturer and left a can of thermite on the bonnet of his car...went stright through the engine block...
    now following - cool blog

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  11. great tip! Who knows when i'll need it thanks

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  12. never knew this stuff before! I like your blog, I'll be following.

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  13. This may be valuable if Charlie invades.

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  14. i still have a plastic cup melted to my mother's driveway when i mixed styrofoam and gasoline (excuse, petrol) in it 10 years ago. so safe, yeah

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  15. I think it was Apocalypse Now that said "I love the smell of Napalm in the morning."

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  16. These could be quite dangerous

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  17. I love the smell of napalm in the morning, indeed. Followed

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  18. following just because it is an awesome blog ;)

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  19. This is some good stuff to know, but being safe around this stuff is good to know to, how bout a safety write up on handling this stuff. (I heard of a guy that lost his hand to thermite)

    Cool Post!

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  20. I remember back when everyone downloaded the anarchist's cookbook

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  21. works toilet bowl cleaner
    And aluminum foil
    all in a plastic bottle and boom!

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  22. Valuable if you're preparing a revolution :P (twitter anyone?)

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  23. I'm really tempted to try some of this =(

    I think I will. Interesting blog, followed.

    I noticed you play League of Legends?

    Anyway, take a look at my blog sometime:
    http://riotoflegends.blogspot.com/

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  24. awsome sweet info.... fallow

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