ThermalWinter

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  • @sydney said: Only negativ people, when somone interested to help or knowing some labs doing such implant / work; please tell me ! You can't tell people that are helping you understand what you actually need to research and understand tha…
  • @sydney said: @ThermalWinter said: Unfortunately there's a lot more that goes into it biologically, such an implant wouldn't function. You have to take into account the physical aspect along with the psychological aspect, this being…
  • Where do you live? I can find you a supplier. I can't find the links at the moment unfortunately.
  • Copying and pasting from the closed thread: As a good rule of thumb, don't. Perhaps attempt animal testing of your own, document the procedure and results, and determine physical risk. Of course even if the physical risk isn't immediately obvious…
  • Unfortunately there's a lot more that goes into it biologically, such an implant wouldn't function. You have to take into account the physical aspect along with the psychological aspect, this being it's effect physiologically. Typically sexual dy…
  • As a good rule of thumb, don't. Perhaps attempt animal testing of your own, document the procedure and results, and determine physical risk. Of course even if the physical risk isn't immediately obvious i'd recommend not experimenting on yourself, w…
  • @Cassox said: I kind of disagree with you. I mean, i understand the concern about nepotism; however, i don't see it happening. There are people in the community who have beef with each other and yet co-mod. The people I'm thinking of i don't thin…
  • The coating processes are incredibly difficult, time consuming, and expensive. You are going to need an approximate budget of ~$1000 and knowledge pertaining to the specific coating material. There's multiple potential coatings available, each with …
  • You can't just implant a Ni-Cu-Ni coated magnet, as nickel does invoke an immune response ultimately resulting in rejection. Look into parylene, TiN, bioglass, Ti, and other resins used for medical implantation coatings that are "biocompatible" or …
  • @Cassox said: Hmm. I've sealed tubes with resin before. I just used resin. I wonder if a glass cylinder sealed in with resin would make it stronger? I think filling the entire tube with resin definitely does. This is interesting but I am …
  • @Sandra said: Depends where are you living: RFID / NFC Implants Europe: www.digiwell.com US and the rest of the world: www.dangerousthings.com You can order them form the Homepage Sorry that you Mom didn'T allows you to get an implant…
  • @stygaingrey said: I needn't have worried. I was pretty anxious to test it out, so I made the jankiest 12v battery I've ever seen(2 AA's taped to a 9v). I got amazing read range - almost an inch and a half away, which is better than I ever would …
  • Get in contact with Cassox, see if he has any new batches on the way. To make it easier, @Cassox
  • The question of "too deep" is relative. If it is interfering with muscles or tendons, then it's too deep. If it can't be easily read by a reader places right above the incision site, then it's too deep. If it's readable, your hand isn't restricte…
  • @Cassox said: I kind of disagree with you. I mean, i understand the concern about nepotism; however, i don't see it happening. There are people in the community who have beef with each other and yet co-mod. The people I'm thinking of i don't thin…
  • @Zwytechhacker said: @ThermalWinter said: I understand what you're saying, but that system is inefficient in promoting qualified mods as it's only way to expand is through networking which is often biased. Applications has essential…
  • @tekniklr said: 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 proje…
  • Is this even still a work in progress? It's nearly been three years, i'm not sure we can count on this one being completed...
  • @threaded said: Hi everyone. I've been reading the historical posts and learning a lot. I was just wondering: If the magnet is intended to sense electric and magnetic activity in the surroundings, what is the benefit of putting it in the h…
  • @mikem said: ok something different now, i implanted magnets to try and help with pain management as have a serious shoulder injury. i have 7 magnets implanted in both left and right hand. here it is as follows: LEFT hand locations, pinky and rin…
  • This is far more dangerous than you likely realize, as this is a non inert (biocompatible) transdermal implant. Just because it isn't in the blood doesn't mean there isn't potential for biotoxicity or an immune response, particularly in transdermal …
  • @delta12 said: I thought that it was getting better, but it's not really. It's still red and swollen. Doesn't hurt or anything, even when I press on it. Even though I can see the magnet move under the skin due to magnetic fields, the sensation is…
  • @delta12 said: I could send you a few of my leftover cobalt-gold plated magnets. But I'd suggest to wait just a while longer so I can see whether it rejects or not (had mine for more than 4 days, so far no infection, rejection or inflammation) …
  • @nothot said: @ThermalWinter It was definitely subdermal. The length from the incision was probably 8 or 9 mm as I also feared my body pushing it out before it got a chance to heal. As of now, I’m finally gaining even more sensitivity as the nerv…
  • @nothot said: @Rytcd My inflammation is finally starting to subside after a month. My procedure was pretty overly-harsh, however, I wanted to be sure that it was deep. That is likely why you've reported a lack of sensation, your nerve bun…
  • @Cassox said: That's a fascinating idea, what compound are you using to induce phosphorescence?
  • @dieselpwr said: I think its now 3days since i implanted the magnet, No signs of rejection or infection. I can feel sensitivity rising everyday Ive also stopped using bandages etc Now time will only tell when it fails! …
  • That is a very short period of time to test the magnet in the solution and SMM magnets have already been proven to have a high failure rate. I'm really sorry, but for your safety I recommend removing the magnet you already implanted and retesting th…
  • @SimplyTom said: Also why did you plaster a buncha stuff all over the forum?...what do they call those nowdays? Flamers? No. Spammer? Wait was that accusation meant for me? My apologies for trying to make sure implants are done on sound, …
  • @Rytcd said: 1 week later. Seems to be bulging more than I'd noticed before. Slight paleness over magnet. To be honest the method you used to determine if the coating was sound isn't effective. The bulging is likely from your body pushing…