Jacobsen’s team used 2000 seismometers to study the seismic waves generated by more than 500 earthquakes. These waves move throughout Earth’s interior, including the core, and can be detected at the surface. “They make the Earth ring like a bell for days afterwards,” says Jacobsen.
By measuring the speed of the waves at different depths, the team could figure out which types of rocks the waves were passing through. The water layer revealed itself because the waves slowed down, as it takes them longer to get through soggy rock than dry rock.
Jacobsen worked out in advance what would happen to the waves if water-containing ringwoodite was present. He grew ringwoodite in his lab, and exposed samples of it to massive pressures and temperatures matching those at 700 kilometres down.”
3.Soak the shrunk garment in this and squeeze gently.
4.Take the garment out.
5.Slightly squeeze water out.
6.Spread a clean white towel and spread the clothe in its original shape and wring it dry after rolling the Towel.
7.Spread the Towel.
8.Stretch the garment to its original shape.
I found similar information which I am producing below.
“Fill a sink with lukewarm water. Fill your laundry sink or a bucket with at least 1 quart (1 L) of lukewarm water.
Note that knitted clothes, like cotton, wool, and cashmere, respond to this tactic better than fabrics with tight weaves, like silk, rayon, or polyester.
The water should be roughly room temperature if not a little warmer. Do not use hot or cold water.
Mix in baby shampoo or conditioner. For every 1 quart (1 L) of water, mix in roughly 1 Tbsp (15 ml) of baby shampoo or gentle hair conditioner, stirring it into the water until the water takes on a slick, soapy consistency.
Baby shampoo and conditioner can relax the fibers of your shrunken clothes. As the fibers are relaxed, they become easier to stretch and manipulate, meaning that you will be able to stretch the garment back to an appropriate size.
Soak the clothing in your soapy water. Immerse the shrunken garment in your soapy solution, making sure that it is completely covered.
Let soak for 30 minutes or so.
If desired, you can begin gently stretching the garment underwater as it soaks, but this is not strictly necessary.
Wring dry. Remove the garment from your soapy solution and roll it into a ball, squeezing firmly to wring out excess moisture.
Do not rinse the garment. The soapy water needs to continue actively relaxing the fibers as you work on stretching and re-shaping the garment.
Squeeze extra moisture out between two towels. Lay a large towel out flat and place the garment on top of it. Gradually roll up the towel with the garment still inside.
The clothing should soak inside the towel for about 10 minutes. When done, it should be damp but no longer wet.
Stretch the clothes out and hold them in place. Unroll the towel and transfer the garment onto a second flat, dry towel. Gently stretch the garment back into its proper shape and hold the shape in place by securing the edges with heavy objects.
For a more accurate gauge of the size and shape your garment must be, you can trace the outline of a similar, properly fitting garment onto a large piece of parchment paper. Place the garment you are trying to unshrink over this outline and stretch it to fit the marks.
If you have a hard time stretching the clothing out because it seems too stiff, use steam from an iron to make the garment easier to manipulate.
Possible weights for holding the stretched garment in place include paperweights, books, and coffee mugs.
If you do not have any heavy objects nearby, you could use clothes pins to pin the damp clothes to the towel, instead.
Let air dry. Allow the wet clothing to continue drying flat until the remaining moisture has left.
If you have your clothes pinned to the towel instead of weighed down, you could place your clothes on a hanger and let them hang dry in a sunny, dry location. The gravity can help stretch the garment out further.
If this tactic produces some change but not enough, you could repeat it multiple times until the garment is sufficiently stretched out.
Before some one rushes to imagine that this post is about “toweling’, akin to ‘Thighing’ in Islam, which has sexual connotations.
““A man can quench his sexual lusts with a child as young as a baby. However, he should not penetrate. Sodomizing the baby is halal (allowed by sharia). If the man penetrates and damages the child, then he should be responsible for her subsistence all her life. This girl, however, does not count as one of his four permanent wives. The man will not be eligible to marry the girl’s sister. It is better for a girl to marry when her menstruation starts, and at her husband’s house rather than her father’s home. Any father marrying his daughter so young will have a permanent place in heaven.’
Turkey Towel, in vogue now and also in Five Star Hotels.
Then comes my favorite Towel.
The ‘Kasi Thundu’ , also called as ‘Pillaiyar Thundu , because it is used to be offered as the Offering to Lord Ganehsa to Adorn him.(பிள்ளையார் துண்டு ,பிள்ளையார் சவுக்கம்)
Red in color, very thin and transparent, it absorbs water efficiently.
It is very cheap.
One has tp wash it at least twice in water as soon as one buys it, to remove the Dye;even then you will have red patces on your Body and face for a couple of Baths!
The only disadavnatage is that one can not wear it and move around, as one would with a Turkey Towel or a a handloom one as this kasi Thundu is very transparent!( depends on in front of whom you walk around)
I am most uncomfortable with a Shower and feel as if I have never taken Bath if I take a Shower!
In Five Star Hotels, I keep Water in a Bucket and Bathe, much to the amusement of others