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  • Sorry for waiting for a response, but I was hoping for somebody a little better suited that me to respond. My two cents is: It's mostly up to us, the current grinders, to show people we aren't some crazed fringe group. The first step is to present ourselves as a legitimate body mod group like facial piercings and hanging…
  • Mine just arrived ten minutes ago, all I need is the needles I ordered to arrive and they're going in. I didn't expect them to be this weak or small. Smaller being a plus, weaker a minus, oh well they're going in anyways. It's the only way to see how they act. Thanks rbd. 
  • Noticing a lot of stragglers coming in, I want to restate that I have ordered plenty extras and will work out sending them after the group buy is over.
  • I will be injecting my magnet, the same from the group buy. It will be slightly larger than 2mm needle, 2.12mm if I remember correctly. Getting to my question, what would be the best way to close up a hole of this size? A hole this small shouldn't need suturing and if I did it would probably be only one stitch. I will be…
  • I think I'll go ahead and keep mine at 100 then as a final number. PM me the price and payment options when you are ready to start ordering and sending them Extrion. Seeing that I'm ordering such a high number I'll probably sell a few of them off for the price of postage, at a much later date. So if you missed out on the…
  • I've been looking for more RFID implanters. The ones that Bish linked only sell to The United Kingdom. Any sites for Americans?
  • I'm ordering my needles and will inject mine the moment they are in my hands and I've set up a works space. 
  • I'm waiting to post my real amount until we get full interest, but consider me flexible for 50 until then. 
  • I'd like to thank you Cerasi, within a public forum, for taking the efforts to improve our current limited understanding of sensitivity with the mathematical data you provided. Here's to you and the forum, may the best model improve us all! I also look forward to discussing the magnet's performance. I plan on putting both…
  • Is it possible that by having the magnet longer on one side it allows better feeling? My understanding is that by having a cylinder the longer side will be implanted under the nerve, giving a larger surface area for the nerve to be vibrated. I could be wrong, but is that small of a decrease worth the difference in surface…
  • I'll be in for ~50 too, depending on how many magnets others are ordering. I can buy more if it's need to get the group buy going, but I honestly don't need that much. I'll do anything to get cracking though.
  • So I visited my local pharmacist and acquired a small amount of cocaine. I spoke to the pharmacist, I've known him for a while although a first time customer, and told him what I wanted to use it for. He gave me pretty fair pricing for it and a much smaller amount than he would normally sell. Being an honest guy he told me…
  • I will use Cocaine a a local anesthetic tonight and report back when I can with results, any questions before I do it? Also I've had the thought of using a drug like Adderall or some other Amphetamine drug to cause vasoconstriction to slow down the bleeding. 
  • There is a nootropic section in collaborate that needs work. If anybody experienced with them would like to add some things, please do. 
  • Forgive my ignorance on microbial fuel cells but would it be possible to have one powered off of the bacteria in your saliva? Something like that could simply be attached to a pair of dental braces and use inductive charging.
  • Something linked with a device like the HELEDD that Grindhouse is working on might be cool? Combine your touch and sight, or have a sole device for hearing and extend the range of your ears. If you can already hear fine, a cochlear ear implant could be tuned for a single purpose of extending your range above 20 kHz.
  • Just watch out for heavy bags filled with sand or a filler like it. You do a lot of open hand strikes in Wing Chun and if the sand has settled it could spell some bad news. I'm not sure if you do something similar in BJJ.
  • Hello, Welcome to the community. First thing you should know is that I don't have the implant yet. Beside that though I do MMA, and my style gets away from the usual BJJ/Muay Thai/Kickboxers. Instead I focus more on TKD, Wing Chung, Aikido, and a little Judo for ground work. Going back to the implant, others in the…
  • One last post I promise. Does anybody else want a discussion page on the wiki? We could discuss edits before people like me come in and start moving everything about. I don't want to be too intrusive and clutter up this page while I'm at it. 
  • Also can somebody fix the wiki page's logo? When you click it, it doesn't take you back to the home page of the wiki. A minor issue but drives me crazy for some reason.
  • I've added a "Body Modifications and Bio-Hacking" and a "Grinder Resource Library" section. You can look at the description I added to see what they're for. I've also Combined General and Local Anesthetics onto a single page "Anesthetics" with Local and General inside of it to cut down clutter. 
  • You can cause a tourniquet injury, but my understanding of those types of injuries come from leaving the tourniquet on too long or twisting it harder than necessary. I plan on getting help but with the stigma surrounding the implants I understand if people can't get help. I'd really advise having another person there just…
  • @Sarcose : Hold your arms out and completely relax your hands. Your fingers should curl slightly down. Now if you straighten up your wrists your fingers should be about be about even with each other. When you hit them on a board or a brick they should all hit at the same time. Doing a straight down motion like you…
  • I've gotten a quote from VP scientific. For the 3mm x .7mm disc shaped magnets would be roughly $80 for 200 of them. They are Parylene coated and SmCo type magnets. SmCo is less strong than Neodymium and tend to be brittle. http://www.vp-scientific.com/Alnico_&_Rare_Earth_Stir_Bars.php#Spec_VP782S Not the best choice but…
  • I just applied and encourage others to do it. @Ian Sorry, if I overdid it but I am filling out other applications and decided to give this one a trial spin. Also how about a Bluetooth connection, get a nice little buzz every time you get a call/text message?
  • I'm glad this thread was made, I was about to make a similar thread discussing how we are going to start injecting the ones we're getting in the group buy. My theory of how I might do the procedure is take the needle and stick the magnet in, then take the needle while holding it sideways and putting in the side of your…
  • Is this device going to be easily modifiable? It already gets my mind racing, I think an immediate modification I'd like to try out is to replace the infrared sensor with a time keeping device. At noon, midnight and at certain intervals in between you could have it give off a number of buzzes. 
  • Has anything been done with knees, elbows, tongue, and feet in general? The tongue of course would be a little out of range, but hey, some people get their tongues split. As far as knees and elbows they do have a pretty high nerve density, but is it high enough? Feet in general have a high number of nerves on the bottom…
  • You could eat the light. I have no idea what I'm talking about, but I thought I'd throw that out there. 
  • @Sarcose: I can break with the tips of my fingers, and I've been told it takes about a minimum of 750 pounds per square inch of pressure on an average brick. For conditioning I have bags of steel shot that I practice on. I could probably do all the physics to get a more exact number but it can vary so greatly I might as…