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  • @tapararay GOOD TO KNOW!!! tho, non of my gaussboys magnets failed salt water bath
  • http://augmentationlimitless.blogspot.com/?m=1 - oh dam, i love responsiveness of that site :D I can assure you that i have no paranormal abilities :D If I remember correctly, white blood cells are the one that are fighting against foreign entities.…
  • Probably its useless information but: I had an allergy for something - did a test(not magnet as allergen ofcourse) did a test - nothing reacted, most likely i had an allergy to some food conservant.  Why degrated? -Corrosion. Without causing metal p…
  • Those magnet dust most likely came from friction. i doubt that it was able to break it down, tho i cant prove it. (lets not forget corrosion too) second paragraph - first implant - 5x1mm how much volume compared to m31 is it?(i would say around doub…
  • @Radiance yes they were pushed out. as i said "i thought that brownish liquid was dead blood cells but after cutting my first implant i realised that it was pus. Even tho, it had a bit of it (one small drop, and magnet is pretty fucked) it did …
  • "skin feels stiff in that place" - where magnet was.(where else?) area of effect isint big. First i thought that it was pus, but i went though it with a needle - nothing came out. so i guess its not pus - stiff skin only "because of t…
  • @Radiance i didint thought that i was that unclear.... black stuff, as i said its pulverised neodymium. Where? in the wound ofcourse... How could i tell is it surrounding magnet? its impossible to to look in the wound that deep "well, shit... i…
  • I just came back from a doctror. She said "In current medicine studying program there is no such topic, so i cant answer this question" (Talking about why it didint reject it) And about magnet implant thingy - she politely said " i ca…
  • @TheGreyKnight ye, i checked the same info yesterday, i doubt that there should be a problem with it. But the thing is: it wont reject it :D
  • i just went though stuff skin with a needle, noting came out (aside blood) i guess thats not pus
  • okay...."The upload has failed. Please follow these steps and upload the file again." - youtube says... well.. i guess no video this time... anyways - magnet is fucked...  result:1, skin feels stiff in that place2.because of this "sup…
  • well, shit... i got that super power... :( im uploading implantation video (ill set it to private in like a week or something) so post incomming in few mins
  • Ive thought bout this NI thingy. It shoudint be a problem, knowing that im healthy, young and i got functional kindys. So i guess i shoudint worry bout it :) tho, i doubt that i should overexpose myself to it :D
  • Zerbula, i know, ive read it.... magnets were coated in gold and seemed really well. even tho i know that its not suggested, but even tho i went for it ill try cleaning it up, not sure how, but ill try. i guess ill remove first implant too "No …
  • as i said:1. ive found dark spots (coating failed)2. i think i said that i tested them with a salt bath.3. I think neodymium is always black yes, i implanted 3 pairs of magnets (aka 6magnets) one implantation was 2 magnets in shape 1x6. thats probob…
  • I got a thesis:It didint reacted with my body because they were too deeply implanted (tho, if first implant coating is failing - this thesis is definetely wrong)
  • I did implantationImplanted on 2017.04.16implanted in left middle finger with a needlemagnets: http://www.gaussboys.com/store/index.php/magnet-shapes/cylinders/c0103g.html  (it was stupidly easy to implant them :D ) I was trying to focus... ya know,…
  • so, what should i do:1. pull them out immediatly2. as long as my organism dosent react to it - it should be fine3. pull not only them, but check first implant too
  • well shit....i guess i know what that black stuff is - its magnetic....<facepalmp> so, i guess question is: why it didint react with my body!?!!??!
  • Accualy i was looking for biocompatible glue but sadly i had no luck :( but since implantation was successful i guess there is no need for it anymore UPDATE:Top skin layer got off quite a while ago(i have no idea why havent i said anything about it)…
  • anyway, your probobly best bet would be freezing alchohol and water mixture into icecubes and in addition to that taking some type of drug like ibuprofen. Last time i used sleep medication, it worked! BUT i dont think that it is a good idea UNLESS s…
  • @Zerbula  Thanks!! @xepicxmonkeyx  Since i did magnet implantation precedure ill give ill give you few notes: To numb finger i used normal ice with salt (aka, i did salt and ice challange) and another time i used sleep medication, what i would sugg…
  • Guys, i have a question: So i recently implanted myself gold plated magnet and what if gold coating fails and i get exposed to nicel? would pus start getting formed (so quick unimplantation and all problems solved) or sarcoma  would start forming (i…
  • ANOTER UPDATE:Good news just keep on coming, i cought cold :(
  • @Birdhandz speaking of luck, ~hour ago i had 'incident' so: I decided to bite off dead (top layer, i think it is called "epidermis") skin so it would heal faster and after i did that i noticed that I uncovered a darkred dot. so i thought t…
  • @Birdhandz one time i was using lighter on neodinium magnet (from HDD) and it lost its magnetic properties really quickly Test that i would offer to do would be:heating magnet to 60-70C and with this measure its streanth My magnet is N48, 5x0.8mm  I…
  • @McSTUFF, dont lie, we all know that on a rage scale you are Hulk^3 (Hulk power of three aka Hulk * Hulk * Hulk) Small update:Magnet possibly moved by 1mm. Today, i noticed that im able to feel microwave (im pretty sure that I felt transformer) and …
  • Okay, its been a while... I guess finger situation first:Finger is still swelling(i guess thats not a surprise...), hurts when i put some pressure on it(yesterday i was barely capable of typing, today i barely feel it)now lets talk about old implant…
  • Hey guys, long time no ciat :D Quick update:Yesterday i unintentionally implanted a magnet again (Yes, unintentionally, im fucking talented, to my defence i was 'high' (I guess word 'high' is the most appropriate here, since i had a really tiring da…
  • @Wyldstorm How long does it take for the brain to adapt/translate the new senses?if setted up propelly +  24/7, it shoudint take long, i guess like 2 weeks.(thats just a guess)And how important is the relative placing / placing on the skin?  As far …