They all burn beautifully, subject to the same rules as for kerosine:[*]50-80% "Heavy Aromatic Naptha",
[*]5-10% each Napthalene and "BUTYLATED HYDROXTOLUENE/2,6-DI-TERT-BUTYL-P-CRESOL",
[*]1-5% "MINERAL OIL, PETROLEUM DISTILLATE, SOLVENT DEWAXED (SEVERE), HEAVY PARAFFINIC", and
[*]<3% "DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE"
It's exactly the same strategy as the previous, er, wossname.A Machiavellian ploy to manipulate a plastic victory.
Oh well, whatever. He'll get his hollow fame.
Does anyone know exactly what proportion is used of Stadis to aviation spirit? (I'd guess about 1 : 2000).
OK. 0.003 grams is 0.000003 Kg. A litre of avgas weighs 0.8 Kg, so 0.8/0.000003 makes the proportion 1 : 267,000.Max 3 mg/L for aviation turbine fuel
That's what I do. Be jealous."I don't wanna work, I just want to bang on the drum all day."
I'm pretty sure that Jim manipulated this entire thread from the start for what he feels will be his gain.
As we all know there is not a definitive history of weather control, therefore I have put much effort into creating one. This page will grow over time, with many additions/corrections.
Each slide has an image, with reference links beneath the image.
Please send me any links to other timelines and reference material that can help me flesh this story out.
The main concern with this is the inclusion of what might be irrelevancies. For example, why is HAARP important except for its relationship to conspiracy theories?
I do not ascribe to conspiracy theories, only fact. HAARP can do the following in regards to modifying the climate...
...You might say the only conspiracy is how all this goes on for fifty years and you seem to have no clue.
"Aviation fuels contain additives with “trade secret” ingredients. "
Seems to be out of date - the latest MSDS for Stadis 450 lists no secret ingredients - perhaps you could get them to update their obsolete information?Octel Starreon Stadis® 450 is a static dissipator, comprised of dinonylnapthalene sulfonic acid and other organic solvents, and according to the product MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet), it contains two “trade secret” ingredients . Stadis 450 is the only approved anti-static additive for use in Air Force aviation fuels, including JP-8, JP-5, JET-A1, and JET-B .