Textile substitute from synthesised soil to create future biological system friendly clothing

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Khajornsak Nakpan
Supavee Sirinkraporn

Abstract

The global pandemic continues to be the crisis over human’s health and safety. Such a crisis has halted the global economy, and, most importantly, it has caused big changes to our daily lives and our interactions between one another in a way that contradicts the greatest science advancement. Although humans have been making progress to create many science breakthroughs that would only serve their needs. Those outcomes have hidden away their selfishness, threatened the environment, destroyed Mother Nature. As a result, we are now witnessing the worst kind of pollution ever. However, this is not enough. We continue to cause disturbances to the ecosystem, making it lose its balance. Regarding this, the objective of this research entitled “Textile Substitute from Synthesised Soil to Create Future Biological System Friendly Clothing” is to find a way to alleviate the problem. The researcher applied a process to synthesize large volume of soil to create an innovated textile substitute. Soil is the material which contains good bacteria that resemble melanin pigment used in describing human skin colors. This knowledge suggested a potential answer to this research’s concern about environment that soil might serve as a seamless substitution. From the beginning, through to the use and to the final stage, this material has evolved but can eventually be returned to nature. All of these processes are not harmful to nature and its environment. The purpose of this innovation is to raise awareness and encourage humans to change their lifestyles and to be more concerned about the nature conservation. In addition, this innovation hope to bring a new perspective to the design, in which the scientific knowledge and the philosophy of aesthetics enhance each other and to hope that this will result in elevating people’s self-esteem.

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