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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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chemistry


]I just downloaded Fenners Complete Formulary , which is apparently 1888 chemistry. I downloaded it for free after i UPloaded a pdf of a book i had.
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Via ]Eschaton Management is found a link to ]Caveman Chemistry

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- of Samurai Swords- #p/u/38/BjKYiu8eKa8]Make Manganese Dioxide Electrodes (for chlorate or HHO cells)
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methods for making nitric acid

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transcending metallurgy


As science and chemistry evolve, the steel age appears to be coming to an end. It's not being followed by another metal [i.e. after bronze and iron] but by other materials.

TUNGSTEN CARBIDE
One of the hardest, feasible, and most commonly applied materials is tungsten carbide, which is a ceramic. Many industries now rely on WC [the old name for tungsten is wolfram and the element's symbol is W] parts for cutting through rock and other tough materials.

GRAPHENE
The BY FAR hardest material known to man is now graphene and research in the 21st century has come to the point where it's becoming feasible to produce. This is just carbon. As graphene is 200 times stronger than steel [!], this suggests applications that have been undreamed of during the long reign of steel.
Though graphene can only be produced one molecular layer at a time and it takes about 1,000,000 layers to get a single milimeter, it's immense strength still makes it very important for all kinds of applications (that might still be invented).

Steel has been readily available but it has also been the hardest material, though combined with things like chrome, tungsten, molybdenum, manganese, vanadium, etc.
Metals like titanium, though very hard, could never replace steel since iron (ore) is everywhere. For instance, beryllium bronze can be as hard as steel (and is used where sparks are unacceptable) but beryillium is notoriously hard to come by. Only aluminum is as abundant as iron [whole countries are covered in soils that contain 30% aluminum] but aluminum is obviously not steel.

What i've read about so far has been about producing graphene through dry ice and magnesium. Perhaps the most interesting developments have been made by ]M.T. Keshe who not only has found a way to produce graphene but also dry ice at room temperature.

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explosives


Explosives are extremely important for mining and for the creation of roadways. Without roads through tough country, communication (one of the 3 pillars of civilization) is very limited. Therefore, the use of explosives for mining and transportation is an essential ingredient to establishing civilization (over larger regions, i.e. for longterm stability, safety, and sophistication).

]Instructions for the Manufacture of Saltpetre
Nitre, potassium nitrate KNO3, more commonly known as ]saltpetre, is formed in warm climates by bacterial action during the decomposition of excreta and vegetable refuse. Where people and animals live in close proximity, debris accumulates in and around their homes. The contact between putrefying material, alkaline soil, plant ashes, air and moisture allows 'nitrification' - that is the conversion of nitrogen compounds from animal and plant decay into nitrates which penetrate the soil. Dissolved in rainwater, the deposits evaporate on the surface to form crude saltpetre, as a white flower like powder. This must be washed to remove earth and impurities; then boiled and evaporated to refine it.
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Saltpeter/potassium nitrate is used for making gunpowder [15:3:2, KNO3:carbon;sulfur]. It's also very useful to making kindling: soak moss in saltpetre and then dry. It's also necessary to make explosives ignite, i.e. for making caps.

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(making) iodine


burn seaweed, crush, pour boiling water over it through a filter; a purple vapor comes off the hot water = gaseous iodine.

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