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Maurice Ward Starlite The Great Egg test

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Uploaded on Mar 4, 2009

Some years ago, on BBC Tomorrow's World a man called Maurice Ward demonstrated that a compound he had developed exhibited unique properties and would provide protection against extreme temperatures. He demonstrated his material, which he called Starlite, by painting on a raw egg, playing a 1500c flame on the egg and then to the general amazement, cracking the egg and showing that it remained uncooked - Starlite had protected it from the heat.

Following the demonstration there was tremendous interest in Starlite from Governments, NASA, Boeing etc etc and Maurice slid away from public gaze.

Rumours abounded as to what had became of Starlite and indeed Maurice Ward.

I recently met up with him, his account of what actually happened is almost as amazing as the things he has been up to since that time. I have pursuaded him that there is still a large interest in his work amongst the general public and that he should publish some of his videos and accounts of his work on the Internet and I am working with him on this right now.

As a taster, Maurice repeated his famous egg test and this is the video.

Please do add a comment and help me encourage Maurice to step out of the shadows, tell us the full story and show us some more things.
Bernie

Please Note all rights reserved, The Title and IPR in Starlite (c) are owned and reserved by Maysight Leasing 1985 to 2009

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