Center of Creation = The Third Eye
The lightest solid material in the world for 3D printing.
Cosmic Egg: The expansion of the universe from the shape of the Egg.
Unified Floating/Flying/Foldable Om (UFO)
Brahmanda: Cosmic Egg
Center of Creation = The Third Eye (Cosmic Egg)
Ultralight ‘Super-Material’ is 10 Times Stronger Than Steel. New material is incredibly light yet stronger than steel. The new material gets its amazing strength from its unique geometric configuration. A spongy new super-material could be lighter than the flimsiest plastic yet 10 times stronger than steel.
While NASA uses the same material like our products for cryogenic applications such as launch vehicles, space shuttle applications, life support equipment, and rocket engine test stands, there is an array of commercial industrial applications including pipe insulation, building, and construction, appliances and refrigeration …
One of the best known and most useful physical properties of nanomaterial is its incredible lightness-it typically has a density between 0.0011 to 0.5 g cm-3, with a typical average of around 0.020 g cm-3.
The weighs for our material just 0.16 milligrams per cubic centimeter and has truly superb elasticity and absorption. It can recover completely after more than 90% compression, and absorb up to 900 times its own weight in oil, at a rate of 68.8 grams per second.
It’s melting point is 2,200 degrees F (1,200 degrees C). Being the world’s lightest known solid, it weighs only three times that of air (with a density of just 3 milligrams per cubic centimeter)
Nano-Silica is a good electrical insulator as well as a thermal insulator. Nano-Carbon has a similar low density as well as excellent temperature stability. Some forms of Nano-Carbon are reasonably good electrical conductors. Nano-Carbon is available as a solid, as a powder or as composite paper.
They are good conductive insulators because they are composed almost entirely of gases, which are very poor heat conductors.
Nano-Carbon is a translucent, synthetic solid-state substance with extremely low density and excellent thermal insulating properties. It’s a solid form has a texture similar to that of foamed polystyrene.
Nano-Carbon are the lightest solid materials in existence — a man-sized block (6′ x 2.5′ x2.5′) of the substance weighs less than a pound. However, if evenly dispersed, that one-pound, man-sized block could support the weight of a subcompact car (around 1,000 lbs).
Nano-Carbon is approximately 99.8% air by volume. It does not conduct thermal energy well, it is almost totally opaque to Infrared Radiation (IR) and it prevents thermal convection by impeding the flow of air. Because of these properties, some engineers and scientists believe Nano-Carbon will eventually become prevalent in the manufacture of energy-efficient buildings for use in regions where temperature extremes often occur.
Ultraviolet => Opaque
Infrared => Transparent
3% solid amorphous Silica: (SiO2) is an organic material used in semiconductor circuits to isolate different conduction regions.
Due to its mechanical resistance, high dietetic strength, and selectively for chemical modification, amorphous silica has also become a key material in microelectronics and chromatography.
Superior thermal insulation to save energy from AC or heater with high performance HEXagon window.
Sound Proof (Acoustic)
- Nanoporous silica aerogel powder with high insulation performance
- The powder is reusable, safe and environmentally friendly.
- Nano-Carbon is a translucent, synthetic solid-state substance with extremely low density
- Waterproof, with a hydrophobic coating
- Super thermal insulating
- Good electrical insulator
- Fire resistance, and it produces no smoke
- Elasticity, with absorption
- An agent for the removal of toxic metals from water
- Bullet-proof armor
- Anti-reflective coatings
- Lightweight fibers and composites
- Supercapacitor carbon electrodes