http://www.sandsmachine.com/ac_greas.htm which in turn has another very intersting link with photos and a well thought out testing process of turning a nut on screw under pressure.
Specifically note the topics of:
- What properties do we look for in a lubricant?
- How do we test lubricants? (Note caveat in red)
- Comparison to other lubes (Didn't see Nyogel represented for testing)
Edit: I updated my post above to reflect the actual lube after asking FiveMega what he uses (Sil-Glyde--see I shouldn't have assumed he used NyoGel). Interesting that even in the testing results of that Sil-Glyde link and the Sandsmachine link, they do not test with softer aluminum type threads, so it is hard to know how (or "if") steel stress testing has any relevance on aluminum threads.