Let's be intellectually honest for a second, if that's possible, and put this whole discussion in a clear light.
I had a scientific hypothesis, that showering or bathing should enable the body to absorb water during a fast as many have said on the forums, and I decided to test it.
I did two separate tests, a bath and a shower.
I have a digital scale that I have used enough to trust within a tenth of a pound. I would get on and off the scale several times and it would read the same thing. If there were an error, as some have proposed, then shouldn't it error both up and down??
My test results were the opposite of my hypothesis, very surprising! I wanted to share it with the group.
Was this the most scientific and profound test ever done? Of course not. But at least it was some sort of test.
Then I am attacked by "thinker". Your skepticism is welcome, but your hostility is not.
You may be a thinker but you're certainly not a doer. What scientific tests have you done to disprove me? What scientific evidence do you have to support your reckless comments?
Instead of facts, you offer some drivel about slime and sludge and call me a heavy meat eater not knowing my meat intake other that I do eat some meat.
Is your drivel scientific? Where is your evidence that meat eating causes sludge and slime to be emitted from the skin?
You call my scale inaccurate, although you in fact have no idea, do you?
You may view yourself as the final authority on all matters, but we don't. We demand some proof.
Let's all take the tenor here up a notch. If you want to participate, that's fine but let's take it up a grade level or two.