“The Phantom” membrane protects against phantom injury
When it comes to protecting your body from injury, there are no better solutions than a waterproof membrane that is as strong as your body.
The term “phantom” comes from the idea that a person’s phantom can get into and cause damage to your body, which is why a lot of people have tried to make the membrane as strong and durable as possible.
A new study from the University of Pennsylvania has found that the use of a membrane made from natural ingredients like cotton or hemp can significantly reduce the chance of a person becoming injured while using a water purification system.
The team tested the membrane in a test that involved removing a small amount of blood from a human arm.
After the blood was removed, they then tested the body for electrical and mechanical resistance, as well as electrical conductivity, in the water.
While the results of the tests showed that the membrane’s conductivity did not vary in the presence of blood, the electrical conductance did increase with the amount of bleeding.
The researchers also noted that they found that while the membrane could not prevent the blood from getting into the membrane, it was still significantly more conductive than the membrane of other water-purifying systems tested.
If you’re worried about getting injured while in the shower, you might want to consider using a non-wet membrane instead of a wet one.