I am very much aware that some of the crap
pulled off the skin might be "plastic/silicone/nanotech".
That is why I had this statement next to the dirty
[rubbing the soaps on the skin did indeed result in
"rubber" particles..I scraped them all together into
a dirty "rubber" ball..heavily contaminated with bits of skin and "morg trash".]
Morg trash..morg filaments..morg specks..morg goo..morg
silicone, morg tv guides..whatever.
The "two soaps" can pluck crap out of the skin.
I "get" that.
the whole point of my "experiment" was pointing out
that the ad copy on the page that
linked to the experiment..was confusing and possibly
misleading. The "gooey rubber substance" is declared to be
a result of "nanotech"/"morg silicone".
Since the day that I posted the thread "concerns about the two soap test [18 April] and now..the web page in question has been amended with
an additional paragraph of explanation:
[inserted between "heal the soars"(sic)and the paper plate
Note - the rubbery materials that emerges is not the result of
just combining the two soaps together. The materials that comes
out of the skin is sometimes white cottage cheese looking which
is a certain type of plastic called sylene (styrafoam plastic)
and sometimes a pinkish clear rubber material which is silicone.
And sometimes the materials that emerge are a bluish/ black
material which is other plastics such as polyethelyne.
Note the whitish tint to the sample below. That is the
silicone rubber material mixed in with the pinkish goo
from the soaps. The materials that emerge have been
tested in a laboratory and have been proven to be plastics.[/quote]
The above paragraph was not in the webpage on the 18th
of April, when I posted my thread at Curezone; the current
web page does not match my file copy of the page that I was using for a reference.
It appears that the folks at New Age Remedies are paying
attention to "forum chatter", and have
added much needed clarification of the test.
As it stands, I have no
further reservations about the information presented on
the webpage in question about the "two soap test".
Thanks to "New Age Remedies" for adding the new information!