Birdhandz

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  • I've been away from this forum for a while now due to work and other interests but just checked my DIY glowing tattoo and now, over a year later, it still glows about the same as it had originally and never showed any sign of a bad reaction to the i…
  • There are at least a couple people here who have tried something similar to this. @Cassox has made some glow in the dark magnet implants using a 10993 certified Poly(methyl methacrylate) coating according to his submission form page. Here's a …
  • I've heard that colloidal copper can help reverse gray hair but I haven't tested it myself. It may be caused by some other deficiency. http://www.healthyanswers.com/healthy-aging/hair/2012/05/gray-hair-not-a-sign-of-old-age-rather-a-sign-of-de…
  • Have you checked out The Odin website? Here they offer to clone a custom high efficiency gRNA that targets a gene or sequence of your choice. That site also has guides and tutorials and possibly the bioluminescent proteins. Dr. Josiah Zayne…
  • @tekniklr said: @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 g…
  • @dieselpwr said: There is no apparent reason to have glowing magnet, if somebody thinks that is cool somehow then i think those people are out of their minds or something. Better to keep those things seperate i think. There ar…
  • Thanks. I didn't add the podcast to my search before. Found it now and subscribed and clicked the notification bell. Watching/listening to the promo now.
  • Do you have a link to the channel?
  • Another 2 months since my last update on the glow in the dark powder as a tattoo ink. It has completely healed and is completely invisible unless charged up and viewed in the dark. The glow still fades away sooner than I would have liked but it …
  • I like it. I doubt the price would be only $15 but I hope they either offer it commercially or release the schematics. I'm sure someone could reverse engineer it and make one for their self. I expect to see some homemade versions of it before too…
  • Judging by the glow on the tattoo I did with the powder, I would expect it to be visible in very dark locations. You will likely have to purposely charge it by holding a bright light (flashlight or black light) right against the implant. Even with…
  • I didn't notice a link to the album on the first post here. https://imgur.com/a/vcyHt I look forward to see how these work when implanted. The resin idea sounds like a good idea too.
  • @DoctorPlague said: I was thinking of using trans-dermal implants for powering as well except i was planning on using an external battery pack on a bracelet that could be connected to the magnets through a glove with wiring inside that connects t…
  • My last try was with just glycerine and the powder and it seems to have worked. I had been using gycerine and rubbing alcohol with the powder but was trying to get a thicker ink the last time. I now have about a 2 inch square glowing patch on the …
  • I went over the area I had been tattooing one more time about a week ago and now have some peeling of the outer layer of skin but it glows even better than it did before. Still not bright enough to capture with my camera but pretty bright when char…
  • Another update: The new tattoo does glow better than the original one did but it is still like @Johnny3D described his version of the firefly tattoo. It needs to be freshly charged in order to see the glow. It needs to be purposely charged and …
  • Quick update. Turns out just buying a cheap Chinese tattoo machine isn't enough. You have to know how to use it too. I redid the tattoo patch I had previously done this time with the machine tuned and set right. Won't know for sure for a few…
  • You might want to look into Cordyceps mushrooms. http://spiqy.com/cordyceps-sinensis-mushroom-a-miracle-food/ I have no idea if this actually works but it supposedly increases the absorption of oxygen in the body by more than 40% and improves…
  • My phone isn't fancy enough to have a long exposure setting. I downloaded an app to try to do long exposure pictures but still no luck getting a picture of the glow. The tattoo is pretty much completely healed and is invisible in normal light. …
  • @Superman said: I've got all three of those an I'm going to mix up and try tomorrow. What powder/gylcerine/alcohol ratios did you try @Birdhandz ? Also what does it look like in daylight? I'm hoping for it to be practially invisible. I di…
  • Was this only taken one time so far? Probably not a very profitable drug if that's the case but sounds like it could help a lot of people (fortunately not me) if it can either be officially approved or the knowledge to do it yourself widely availab…
  • @Semilovr12 said: How long did it take to charge and how long does it light up before you need to recharge? These tubes charge up in just seconds but the glow fades quickly to be dimmer than the tritium especially with the smallest tube. …
  • @FireBreathingReptile said: @Birdhandz, I would love to stay updated on this! It sounds super cool, and I look forward to hearing about it if you plan to do any more tests. Can you provide a link to wherever you purchased the powder from? I would…
  • @Semilovr12 said: @Johnny3D that is awesome. Put some of that in a glass vile and shove it into some meat. Wondering what the results could be. Here's some of my ebay bought glow powder packed into an ink tube from a normal size ink pen.…
  • I tried to get a picture but my camera won't pick it up. I used a black light to try to charge it up brighter or to see it with the black light but still no luck getting a picture. It did show me why it is not as bright as I hoped it would be. …
  • UPDATE: The tattoo does glow but doesn't keep glowing as long as I hoped. Lasts about an hour before needing recharged compared to the many hours or even all night that the powder normally glows for. It doesn't require complete darkness to see …
  • @Erischilde I wasn't thinking about a giant Firefly but something similar sized only with the glow in the dark powder instead of the Tritium to make it glow. I still kind of doubt that it could glow enough or get enough light through the skin to…
  • I tried mixing a small amount of the powder with a couple drops of glycerine and it makes a nice ink like mixture. I painted a couple spots onto my hand and wrist and the glow was very noticeable in even less than full darkness. I left it painte…
  • @Johnny3D said: @puzbiks1 @Birdhandz how does the powder compare to a similarly sized tritium tube? It should be viable to seal one end of the glass tube, tamper in the powder so it is nice and compact, and then seal the other end using the metho…
  • @puzbiks1 I'm very interested in your results of this experiment. Especially if the glow can still be seen if/when implanted. The Tritium vials I have seen are pretty bright and it seems like at least some people are disappointed with the brigh…