I was really hoping they would have done a spin-off about Data and Geordi sharing and apartment in the big city, struggling with their careers and the dating scene. Hilarity would have ensued.
This article is intended to address the ick factor that most people experience when the subject of abandoning soap is broached. If you read the original article by Julia Scott, you'll see that transitioned from a detergent-based cleansing routine to water-only washing. She did not stop showering in the way that James Hamblin or David Whitlock did.
The real take-away from this for most people is that it's possible to be clean without using soaps or detergents and that our standard cleansing practices may do more harm than good.
- Dickinson CollegeBiology, 1992 - 1996
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