SingularityRising

I'm a recent engineering graduate looking to put his skills to work. Human augmentation is the future and I want to be a part of it.

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  • Thank you for correcting me, I had read it was demagnetization in a news article. I hope you learn something worthwhile after purchasing one.
  • 3-Indolepropionic acid is a potent neuroprotective agent and is currently being investigated for treating Alzheimer's disease. It is also very potent antioxidant as well, but it doesn't reactive and pro-oxidant intermediate compounds like melatonin. It might help prevent against type 2 diabetes as well.
  • There is a surgery you can get that involves breaking your leg bones and inserting metal rods into them. It is risky and expensive though and you could cripple yourself for life or become an amputee if it isn't done properly.
  • Forum Username: SingularityRising Location: Texas Skills: Basic microscopy and staining, culturing microorganisms, lab experience Education/Certifications: Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Biology Summary: I'm big on DIY projects and love learning new things. Human augmentation is the future and…