tekniklr

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  • jammers will block transmission over the cellular network, but won't stop video recording.
  • The reporters in this case were working undercover so no one knew they were from the BBC. I think people needing to vouch for people might give a false sense of security?. It wouldn't take long for someone to enter the community by making frie…
  • Tongue splitting is a popular body modification and there is no reason it deserves to be shut down. People should be able to do whatever they want to their own bodies (or be able to pay others to do so). Also, the only thing that actually brok…
  • don't feel dumb! not knowing something is the first step to knowing something
  • I don't know if there IS any way to apply to be a moderator, but you're right- there absolutely should be! Right now @BirdMachine and I do all the biohack.me coding and design, which certainly does limit the amount of projects we can take on as w…
  • @JakePunk said: Also what u r talking about will probably kill you and if not may have other affects on your brain Not necessarily. Some people have a genetic disorder that causes fur all over their bodies (source). In a similar way to ho…
  • A bunch of us know the guy in the first article. What he did was get someone to melt away the plastic from the actual transit card, carefully coat the exposed chip like a flexNT, then effectively implant a flexNT. So the original chip wasn't cloned,…
  • I know I was a bit brusque, but let's avoid questioning each other's thinking with phrasing like, "are you even thinking straight".
    in Closed Comment by tekniklr August 29
  • I absolutely love that you made this eternal struggle; that has stumped philosophers, alchemists, scientists, and occultists since the dawn of reason; a contest on this forum, that has no reward, and that expires in less than five months.
    in Closed Comment by tekniklr August 24
  • there is no injection to dissolve implanted chips. it's a minor procedure to have someone cut it out of you.
  • if you want to talk about discord, which is unrelated to this announcement, create a discussion in site suggestions. but, in short, this has come up in the slack a few times. those of us at defcon talked about it, briefly, and at this time we are…
  • yes! you can put much larger magnets in the side of the hand (or your forearm) for lifting. lots of people have magnets in these exact places for these exact reasons.
  • there are hardly any nerves there so you have no chance of ever sensing anything. if finger magnets she inserts reject almost every time, she's likely doing something incorrectly. you should go to someone else!
  • @Cassox said: Maybe we need to have a more formalized way that complaints are dealt with. I mean, if I was being seriously offensive and someone sent me a pm be saying that person a felt harassed.. I'd probably say woah. Didn't mean it that way. …
  • @countseven said: If someone is, for example, discussing taking human growth hormone, it may be necessary to discuss how it would interact with any other hormone treatments they are taking, such as transition therapy. I'm still not sure t…
  • @JakePunk said: also for a safety and scientific reason saying u r a female instead of a male can be dangerous in the case of nitropics ( I probably spell is bad ) but if this happens this can kill someone. citation needed
  • the best time to implement a code of conduct is before you have a problem. a lot of new people have joined recently, and the world is a scary place right now. most people around here are super nice, and it might be surprising to learn how many …
  • your body usually rejects things that are partially exposed, if it can. this is a common problem in the body mod community with dermal punches and many transdermal piercings. basically anything that uses a surface barbell will reject in most people …
  • the way categories work, the top-level Implant Category will show everything that isn't in one of the Implant subcategories- so that is where discussions like this should go.
  • @Birdhandz said: Unless I missed it, I haven't heard of anyone actually implanting any of the glow in the dark implant ideas that were going around here a while back. I'd be very interested in hearing how well the glow shows up from one of these…
  • @Boi said: I don't have a single one of these problems. I'm using a note 8 on the most recent version of Android and the chrome browser. That might be because this thread is like, a year and a half old.
  • Okay, I'm closing this, as the discussion has gone off the rails. Neodymium is toxic in the human body, and that's not up for debate. There are more dangerous things, too, like jumping off a building, and that's not up for debate. Everyone,…
  • @SimplyTom said: Also why did you plaster a buncha stuff all over the forum?...what do they call those nowdays? Flamers? No. Spammer? Who's spamming? I haven't seen anyone spamming. Being talkative isn't the same as spamming.
  • * even if your ring is made of a ferrous material, it's probably too far from the magnet to be a problem. most high quality rings are gold, silver, titanium, etc- none of which are ferrous. * you would lose magnetic strength (like, if you used to b…
  • you should probably email @amal - he pops in here occasionally, but email would certainly be better in this case I expect a jeweler would be expensive and might damage the NFC you can also try asking on the dangerous things forums
    in NFC Ring Comment by tekniklr July 9
  • bigger, stronger, magnets might be more annoying day-to-day simply because finding yourself accidentally picking up silverware and stuff can be uncomfortable, but this shouldn't be dangerous as long as you are a bit careful. that being said, I ha…
  • Also, if you carry a cellphone everywhere and use credit cards, worrying about an implanted RFID for privacy concerns seems like a bit of misdirected effort.
  • I imagine it might be hard to mimic naturally thick skin with additional artificial padding (which would also be applying pressure on the skin)... maybe instead there is a way to thicken the skin itself?
  • I would love to help out