(How to) Calcium Carbide bomb                           
By The Jolly Roger

Version I
This is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. Exercise extreme caution.

Obtain some calcium carbide. This is the stuff that is used in carbide lamps and can be found at nearly any hardware store.

Take a few pieces of this stuff (it looks like gravel) and put it in a glass jar with some water.

Put a lid on tightly. The carbide will react with the water to produce acetylene carbonate which is similar to the gas used in
cutting torches.

Eventually the glass with explode from internal pressure. If you leave a burning rag nearby, you will get a nice fireball!

Version II

In order to create an explosion, using Calcium Carbide, you'll need the following: calcium carbide, water, a dropper, and a lighter. Place a small chunk of calcium carbide in a petri dish. Fill the dropper with water. Light the lighter and hold it close to the calcium carbide, while you drop a drop of water onto the calcium carbide. Pull the dropper back immediately. The explosion should be instantaneous. From this chemical reaction the following is formed: calcium hydroxide and acetylene. For a variant on this process, you can crush the calcium carbide to make a fine dust. Scatter the dust around the dish, before adding water and spark. 

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Carbide lamps, or acetylene gas lamps, are simple lamps that produce and burn acetylene which is created by the reaction of calcium carbide with water. Acetylene gas lamps were used to illuminate buildings, as lighthouse beacons, and as headlights on motor-cars and bicycles. Portable acetylene gas lamps, worn on the hat or carried by hand, were widely used in mining in the early twentieth century. They are still employed by cavers, hunters, and cataphiles.

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