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  • ah, i hadnt seen that, thanks. its not exactly what i meant though, i wasnt thinking of removing because of failure, i was thinking in case of, i dunno, change in job where the magnet would be a problem, or something like that. would you be able to …
  • i know its probably pretty traumatic, but i want to see if i can, ive done a number of piercings on myself and they worked just fine (including vert labret, which goes through muscle >_<) so i want to find out if i can. of course i know theres…
  • Bish, thats great, ill be waiting to hear about how it goes. i might end up failing when i try to do mine and need to drop in there myself. im glad i wont have to fly to europe!
  • you would still need a way to click with the magnet idea. it does sound pretty good though.
  • sounds awesome. comical questions would sure be better than the normal captcha. im looking forward to seeing this all grow too!
  • i would think there is a reasonable difference between something that is properly biocompatable and something that you can use as a tattoo ink, because as far as i knew they use heavy metals in some tattoo inks and its quite safe? also, i have no i…
  • ha, no way, im from vic too, when jman quit the apa i was part of the group he trained. now im starting again and he comes along when he can be bothered to the group i do it with. i was never part of the online stuff much, just look at the melbourne…
  • awesome, thanks everyone! your help is much appreaciated. that was exactly where i was thinking of putting it, bish. That sounds like a good test too, i think the placing will be alright, but it cant hurt to try that out. also, what state are you i…
  • not that i know of, but i thought they greatly reduce pain sensations and depending on the amount you could stay lucid enough to do the procedure? i dont have any experience taking opiates as you can probably tell.... haha. edit: so this definitel…
  • out of curiosity, has anyone tried using opiates as an anesthetic? in australia poppys grow everywhere and extracting opiates from them is reletively simple. im assuming that this has been thought of already and theres a good reason not to?
  • hey, another new guy here, the biggest reason i havnt gone ahead with fingertip magnets is because i dont want to ruin my hard drives, but it seems like a lot of you guys would be touching hard drives and i hadnt seen anything mentioned... but what …
  • yeah, i know you probably wouldnt have the right vibrations in your body for it, but i would think with that principle in mind you could make something that would work? or maybe for people who spend a lot of time driving, if your flesh doesnt stop t…
  • also, i had trouble finding more information about this, but it seems like a modified version of this could be used to power small implants: http://www.gizmag.com/go/7584/ it is part of a project run by a university as the article says, so there are…
  • kinetic generators from watches were exactly what i had in mind when i asked about what sort of amounts of power you were looking for. it seems like it should be enough for something like a watch implant that only lights up LEDs when you tell it to.…
  • what do you study at college?? if you dont study biotechnology and aim for getting a phd, then its incredibly unlikely that you will ever be able to use genetic modification to give yourself fur. and fur is the only thing that seems possible to me g…
  • just out of curiosity, what sort of power requirements do most of these things have?? i havnt been able to find much about what sort of ranges you would be looking at, but i assume its pretty small??