posted on Nov, 4 2008 @ 07:00 AM
The compostite changes of Renyold's and Saran'n wraps-which for me occurred in the early 80s.
From cling wrap clings not; to perfection.
I can't describe the foil change-it just got, stronger, cleaner....different.
Though this may seem silly, having spent some fair time at bake sales, and visiting the kitchens of numerous families who cooked all day long every
I came into contact with these products alot.
I noticed a superior change in the qualities of the materials, that rather shocked me. I thought: that should have made headlines. One did, for a
second, not recalling which; saran wrap.
But at the same time, the change seemed blatantly too much of a jump for technology as it had been headed.
The changes in Saran wrap, could be slipped in, they had openly been working on it for years. And had gone through one or two small noticeable
improvements of tactilness: but still didn't really "Cling"--
But, the Renyolds foil... went from---... it was just a superior change.
Didn't anybody notice?
I tried to research both, feeling silly, got bent that I couldn't find *anything* of these two's actual progressions on thier history pages..
So these 2 changes in common items, set my resolve on the probability of the exchange of alien formulas.