I just saw this video by RevMichelleHopkins on YouTube. PLEASE WATCH THIS it is not too long:
Of course I had to try this too and I urge you to do the same. It is very hard to pack just as she said but once I got a small amount packed I put the flame to it and sure enough…not one drop of water from the stuff. And it smells like chemicals as it “burns” like styroform and it does turn black. I tried the ice cubes as well and with a lighter I got the same results as her but with much less black because I purify my water. But when I used a candle instead the droplets were clear.
So my thoughts on this are that obviously because I filter my water whatever was reacting with the butane, if indeed that is the issue, there was less of it to turn black in my filtered water. So something must be in there to react with the butane. Because with her unfiltered water she was getting black like soot. I was too just much less of it. So the fact that she used butane only allows us to actually SEE the compound that is reacting with it. Its not the butane on its own, in my opinion. I am no chemist obviously but if someone out there is I would love to hear your take on the butane aspect.
NOW my sister actually believes me when I say that they are spraying us…you should have seen her face when I did this experiment in front of her. I used to get that “you must have had one too many pain pills today” look on her face. Not now!