Product-Test: Natural Fabrics vs. Polyester

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Frederick Dodson

On the 23rd of December 2022, I posted this on my Twitter account:


I had already heard about how toxic Polyester is to the environment because it’s not biodegradable, but I had never heard of Polyester disrupting a person’s magnetic field to a point of losing orientation!  Even in the book above it was nothing more than a short footnote, a brief mention that the subjects in scientific field-tests needed to wear cotton because Polyester distorts the results.

Why was this not more widely known? No doubt because Polyester is big business. The very few people who warn about the toxicity of Polyester are the eco-minded (but I couldn’t help but notice that they make more mention of harm to the environment than harm to humans).

After reading the above, I never wore a Polyester shirt again. I owned a few dress shirts, several polo shirts, shorts, jackets and a half a dozen sports shirts made of polyester. All shirts I wore for tennis were the same “dry-fit” shirts everyone else was also wearing. They were the modern standard for Adidas, Under Armor, Nike, Puma, etc. They were appreciated because they are sturdy – you can wash them a hundred times without change. And apparently you didn’t sweat as much. For the first time in my life I noticed that almost everyone playing Golf or Tennis was covered from head to toe in Polyester. The shorts and even the shoes were made with the fabric.

I got rid of some of my Nylon and Acrylic stuff too. In 2023 I’d experiment. My intention is to wear only cotton, linen, wool and other natural fabrics this year, after a lifetime of not giving a damn.

I’m only two months in and I can say without exaggeration that I feel better. It feels like my skin is able to breathe, for lack of a better term. This “skin breathing” sensation extends into the non-physical realm and the ability to sense magnetic fields and the paranormal sense controversially mentioned by the scientists in the aforementioned book. The world is perceived and felt differently.

On a scale from 1-10 with 1 being horrible and 10 awesome, I rate natural fabrics 8 as compared to polyester. This rating means “very good”, a clear and obvious benefit and felt difference. The reason I’m not giving it a 10 is because I don’t wish to exaggerate the harmfulness of polyester. I’ve lived the first half of my life with it and did just fine. Even so, all things considered, I’m done with polyester.

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