Author Topic: How much of my gear is based on plastic?  (Read 2705 times)

ninthace

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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #60 on: 11:58:44, 13/08/20 »

What science element? All I see is American sales speak.
"At the time, I just wanted to feel good. All I knew was wearing wool vs. synthetic pile made me feel immediately more alive and energized. It was almost like trying to find the Holy Grail. What was this mysterious thing called NATURAL FIBER? What I would later find with research, my hypothesis was completely validated with science. Essentially, we breath through our skin. Synthetics block that process. Synthetics also rob electrons from our body and short circuit the electrical flow along our skin called Peizo Electricity. What is Forest Bathing if we arenít able to absorb the negative ions from the air and synch our brains with the Shumannís Resonance?"

We breath through our skin?  Electron flow? Peizo electricity? Absorbing negative ions? Synching our brains with Shuman's Resonance?

P.S. Spelling -  it is Piezo electricity and  Schumann's Resonance.
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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #61 on: 13:17:09, 13/08/20 »
Shaman Resonance


I think some insects can breath via their skin, though it is not really skin as we know it.


But we all know that science is rubbish and used by elitists to keep proles in place.
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Ronin83

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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #62 on: 13:09:29, 15/08/20 »
A very quick Google search gives plenty of info about negative ions. The research is generally positive, but not proven. Just because it doesn't SOUND like science to you, doesn't mean it isn't.


"Once they reach our bloodstream, [/font][/size]negative ions[/font][/size] are believed to produce biochemical reactions that increase levels of the mood chemical serotonin, helping to alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost our daytime energy"[/font][/size]

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A random study, first one I found... [/font][/size]
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6213340/


Keep an open mind guys. That's doesn't mean be a new age loony, just understand that there's a huge world of science which you won't have heard of (because you're not a scientist stufying these fields every day) and things yet to be discovered

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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #63 on: 13:11:36, 15/08/20 »
Just because it doesn't SOUND like science to you, doesn't mean it isn't.
I shall defer to Karl Popper.
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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #64 on: 13:38:57, 15/08/20 »
Sprinkling a few scientific sounding words in some quackery helps make it look authoritative to those who donít know better. Just look at the pseudoscientific babble in most cosmetics advertisements. Many New Age gurus take scientific English and then translate it into Gibberish.

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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #65 on: 15:55:17, 15/08/20 »
A random study, first one I found... [/font][/size]
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6213340/


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Edit 1652 - Link is working now. I don't see anything on synthetic clothing being in any way implicated in suppressing negative ions.
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ninthace

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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #66 on: 17:31:04, 15/08/20 »
Actually, if you are looking for an ionisation source to generate negative ions, synthetic clothing would be a good source as they are a good source of static electricity, especially if you take them off quickly.
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richardh1905

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Re: How much of my gear is based on plastic?
« Reply #67 on: 19:16:21, 15/08/20 »
Well I must have got a good dose last Monday night, camping out in a thunderstorm!
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