Anamic energy can only be produced under strict laboratory conditions. Allyl isothiocyanate mixed with propyline and chloride (in it's Orthorhombic state) in precise quantities produces a hydrothermic reaction. The resultant synthesis creates an unstable, combustible glucose polymer explosion.
Many attempts have been made to produce an anamic bomb, but the instability of the components negates any non-laboratory trial.
by theicemancometh April 01, 2010

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