So recently I have finished making a c-130ish style airplane for flite fest. I know by the time that Flite Fest Ohio comes around I will be willing to put it up in combat, the planes name is esCARGO for future reference. For now though I want to test a potential weapon that I could use that is both nonlethal and biodegradable as a method of defense, and my solution is really weird. If you combine 3% hydrogen peroxide with water, dish-soap, and yeast it creates a foam that expands rapidly called elephants toothpaste. I plan on ramping it up by using 35% hydrogen peroxide, the kind you see in the extreme demos, and somehow making it servo activated. The plan is when an airplane is following me in combat I can flip a switch and activate the chemical reaction and send a sea of foam towards my foe. The foam will either get torn up by turbulence or throw off the chasing aircraft but either way it will be awesome. Does anybody have any suggestions about experiment? This is my first time bringing liquids up on an RC plane so it will be interesting to see how this pans out. I might have to use 3% hydrogen peroxide though because the high concentration might burn skin. I'll test booth with the plane but I will probably have to use the safer option if I use it in combat. My next project after this will be twin airsoft guns controlled by a server mounted within the wings of a large ft spitfire.