we dint need you constantly trying to start figts either yiouve been warned beforei cant eklieve you cant rtead yes everyting includinbg lead is more empty space ten solid..but at tat level we are taliking bout spaces like 0.000000000001 microns and a much muc larger metal object trying to fit troiug an infinatrely small space is like a square peg in a round ole..or a rational tougt getting into a head only interested in arguing foir te sake of arguingte spaces between airs in a dread isnt even as big as a hair Ouroboros said:
Read this aloud and let it soak in.
When SE starts explaining physics and chemistry 101 in his 'dreadlock science seminar' ( and makes a lick of sense ) , will be the day when I just stop caring and cut off my 'locks.
....FYI it'll be a cold day in hell, so don't bother waiting.....
SoaringEagle, go buy a Chem101 book.
Go look at the chapters on ' Suspensions vs Solutions' and read up on 'density'....
You can have the worlds most dense dreads, but it's still going to be a 'hair suspended in air', and consist of a air/hair ratio. Some dreads are obviously going to have a higher hair/air ratio because of their density, but that does not mean they are a complete solid.
Sure, hair breakage is a problem. We know this....
Technically, with a tight enough 'weave' throughout a dreadlock a broken hair here or their shouldn't even matter...
But I digress....
The original intentions of my statement remains. I'll take a page from Lil'Wayne (ever so appropriate with his 'fake and manicured' dreads, right SE? right???? *rollseyes*)
You only live once; you worry about yours, let them worry about theirs, cause I got mine.
You've made a page to categorically disseminating every single method of 'dreadlocks' as harmful (except natural). We get it. Now let folks sort through it and figure it out themselves.
We don't need a cantankerous old fart constantly beguiling everyone's attempts at getting dreadlocks.
30 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long
also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international - soaring for people with disabilities