This YouTuber Creates the Almost Indestructible Supermaterial, Starlite in his Kitchen

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Resistant to temperatures up to 10,000 degrees Celsius, you can create Starlite in your kitchen thanks to NightHawkInLight’s video.

Want to create a material that is basically indestructible with stuff you can find around your kitchen? YouTuber NightHawkInLight has got you covered. Dubbed Starlite, the material has the ability to resist temperatures up to 10,000 degrees Celsius.

As seen in the video, NightHawkInLight is so confident in the strength of the material that he placed his hand under a thin slice of the material as his hand was berated by a blow torch, receiving no burns at all.

Starlite is a very curious case. The substance Starlite is a super material that has unlikely origins. The material was created by a Maurice

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