Ezekiel

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  • "The magnets are small enough and in a particular region where that the common issues with larger implants and their coatings are not necessarily an issue. I'm not saying coatings are not needed. Just that the low level degradation would not…
  • A linked question : how much time does a parylene coating usually lasts : - In optimal conditions ? - If slighly damaged ? Do you advise to remove a magnet after a maximum number of years / months ???
  • Reminds me of a personnal experience : I used to "share" a neighbor's wifi; the connection rate was usually quite low due to huge ancient walls and many other networks close to it. After a few days, I realised that my position in the room …
  • Thanks, that's exactly the kind of personal feedback I was looking for. Still I disagree with you Skeptikos  : everyone has a very different level of physical sensitivity. As I said wifi waves often bother me when I'm too close to the source. Same t…
  • Yeah I think ThomasEgi  already gave a very relevent personal point of view, like you rdb  I'm going to get an implant sooner or later and I was essentialy searching for negative experiences (I'm not sadistic, though) I'm not talking of physical pai…
  • So it actually becomes a common tactile sense, assimilated by your brain as a natural perception of environment ? Ian I have no doubt about brain plasticity (which I try to developped myself by intense stimulis/learning experiences) only this sensat…
  • (Image) Strayed  you're talking yin yang and I agree, I had this in my mind for some time, as yin yang-type symbols are a vision of the world as a whole, whereas pyramidal-type symbols represent a hierarchy and established order. This one is very s…
  • danfoxdavies  don't you think a money-making project is the only way to achieve what seems to be your dream ? Let's say you start to focus on the nightvision abilities of some predators, then plan to apply it to human eyes. Many armies and governmen…
  • Alas, you're quite righ about this : most people can't see any difference between "recreative" and "working" drugs... Well, professional sportsmen (more loaded than anybody in our society) DO know the difference well (Olympics is…
  • I'd say about 30mg-40mg/day (adviced maximum dose is 120mg/day), most likely in the morning, wich makes 1/2 pills depending on the brand you use. As I said I see it like a kind of advanced coffee, keeping me busy for hours, so you can adjust the qua…
  • lichen thanks for your accurate explanations "Afterglow" as you say (it's called "demi-vie" in french, I found it weird to translate by "half-life" but that's what it really is) is of course what I was talking about.I u…
  • rdb, you're advising lsd and shrooms (psylocybin) instead of a legal drug, made in industrial chemistry labs and therefore quite safe if used with caution ?  The main interest in those well-knowed substances you mention (i have nothing personnal aga…
  • I love the concept of brain overclocking, even if you don't have to mistake it with the very close concept of what i would call "hang-over crashes", when using drugs of all sorts in approximate proportions lead to regression of mental facu…
  • Why don't give zoophilia a try first ? I can send you some free pets for experiments. Just kidding, your field of research is awesome (improvment of human with animal dna) and, even more interesting in our greedy world, could be applied in a large c…
  • Just out of curiosity, what could little bits of magnets cause when spread into your body ? Couldn't they just stay in the hands, or in the muscles, allowing a very diffuse sense ??? (as opposed to the concept of a single-point sensor organ) Or woul…