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  • I followed the link a couple days back but didn't react to it. It seemed like they're trying to do an amateur film or something? Memory is fallible, that is what I remember it being though.
    in Evolution Comment by Radiance June 2017
  • The result you are hoping for in this case is external testis that produce female hormones? That may not be too ideal for many transwomen, just physically speaking...If you're looking to cut back on the amount of meds you're taking, you could always…
  • I think Cassox is absolutely right on that point. Even if you consider the negligible/ extreme unlikely case in which they are right and we are wrong, you know, we're simply too stupid to comprehend government fantasy magic being real, the works. In…
  • By "We must be coming up in a search engine," I think countseven meant we, this forum, are coming up in your search engine. The concern must be that people with issues, whether psychological or unlikely government magic, that fall outside of the sc…
  • Listened to the rest of it over the past few days. I liked it a lot and I'm definitely going to keep listening for as long as you keep putting these out. I kept it in mind that you asked for feedback while listening. I like both of your voices! Yo…
  • Listened to the first 5 or so episodes and subscribed. Cool stuff!
  • That vid was nuts. Does psychiatric intervention help these people recover, or are they too resistant to believe in the person helping them?
  • The implants on Dangerous Things don't have a battery. They would only be active while within a few cm of a reader, powered by induction. The idea of the hacking thread was to use an implant to open a webpage and install a malicious package without …
  • Examples of those implants failing? Would you also suggest that Stanmore is barking up the wrong tree with porous flange/HA, and that straight bar or non porous flange coated in chitosan would be more effective? Was this you guys as well?  Study …
  • Hmm, done some more looking about, and to my surprise it seems like a guy named Samppa has adapted the same deer antler study into a transdermal implant, based on listening to him speak on some youtube vids it seems like he uses the same sort of coa…
  • Gerontology? I guess. Are there med schools that specifically focus on a track for working on that, I don't know.
  • Oh hey, also the paper they cite in the above link happens to be available on pubmed if you're into that kind of thing. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2100310/
  • Unreasonably difficult and has not been done, but I think it is possible. Consider Intraosseous Transcutaneous Amputation Prosthesis which is currently in clinical trial stages of development. This involves a prosthesis attachment system that anchor…
  • Elaborate on "call them out." Some awfully cringey things have been done in the name of "call them out," so it might be good to be more specific. What sequence of actions and what outcome will satisfy you in this case? In fact what positive role mod…
  • Does fire have an arson problem? I am with Zerbula on thinking of it as you would tools, and I appreciate the dynamic introduced by people who I am not ideologically aligned with. I don't think there's a real present threat of genocide here, what mo…
  • No need to worry about language barrier. I didn't mean to come off as impatient in asking for more exact details. It's just interesting to probe for details. Not trying to be annoying, but just get the whole picture really clearly, what you're sayin…
  • Some things stated here are a little vague, and I wonder if you could clarify.-Black "stuff" - The picture is very unclear and blurry. What is the stuff like as a material? Are we talking grains of hard material, shaped like what? Black goo? A thin …
  • Could you link to where someone online mentioned using a magnet to disable the device? I'm finding it difficult to track down even remotely recent discussion of a device fitting this description.  Brief search will show that there was prototyping …
  • Fascinating stuff. I find myself immediately wondering at armor applications, such as for motorcycling gear or other safety equipment. Tensile strength, sheer strength, and abrasion resistance would be interesting things to see compared to actual le…
  • Bumping this thread to mention I just noticed the release of 1.8 (slowpoke) Curious about comparison to 1.6 and also in comparison to premade drinks? I use powder infrequently enough that I still have some 1.6 in storage, but it makes me curious how…
  • Reminiscent of Foldit in concept, but different enough in application to be worth checking out. Thanks for pointing it out, will try later.
  • Did you go ahead with this? If yes I'm curious to hear how your experience went, or if anyone else has information on this topic. I have an X shaped scar on my finger as a result of a fairly deep wound. Little or no loss of sensation. Accounts of pe…