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  • The part of this to me that I find extremely interesting, amusing, and a potential issue at first are the full body scanners. If you have implants and the TSA is actually paying enough attention to notice small metallic objects in the body that do n…
  • The lightning idea does not sound easy to me, more like interesting. I appreciate the insight into requirements needed. I am just starting into my EE/CE degree program. This will be something I keep in my sketch pad. @chironex glad you posted a writ…
  • @chironex Thanks for the info. I understand that a lightning bolt is an amazing amount of energy. I mainly asked because capturing even a fraction of a bolt would not only be a step in the right direction but also it could potentially assist in solv…
  • I am curious, and please let me know if I should make a thread out of this, what is the speed at which a graphene supercap can store energy? TheGreyKnight mentioned up above that 1megafarrad equates to a small bolt of lightning and chironex you ment…
  • I requested access aswell, the name is Markus.
  • Another piece to that concern is that even without a full failure of the item containing air at depth. Any damage weakens the structure and upon returning to the surface the air will expand back to original which could case the already weakened stru…
  • First let me say that I am glad you brought this question up. I too am an Open Water Diver and was contemplating getting a magnet once my career choices allow it. I am VERY interested to know how your diving with the magnet fares and whether there a…
  • yes, welcome to the site. I too am interested in know the Canadian rules for implantation. Not that I am planning on going there any time in the near future, read as struggling college student, but I am always looking to gain more knowledge about ho…
  • I just found this and took the survey, I hope that I am not to late. Your questions are interesting and cover the subject quite well. I myself do not have any modifications as of yet but they are on my list of things to get. I provided a fair sized …
  • If I am not mistaken the reason why there are regulations involving animals is because they do not have the ability to consent either verbally or written. And I agree with most of the regulations and guidelines. However, there are current studies wh…
  • You say that you can pick up bottle caps. I am curious, do the standard finger magnets have this same interactive property? I also wonder about how it will affect working on electronics or future projects that may possibly be susceptable to magnetic…
  • I admit that I am incredibly interested to know the long term outcome/viability of the new location. Personally due to my current job, a magnet in the finger would not be a possibility but I would like to get one somewhere else.  @thephackt - You sa…
  • I would suggest that you take some time to peruse the forum before creating a topic. In this case I specifically would suggest you read the topic of "so you want to put a magnet in your finger..."
  • You know if you are willing to go as far as bone dermals or something else along the lines of seriously invasive, why not just work on a replacement hand with adjustable or non-existent fingerprints? There have already been some serious advances of …
  • Good to know, I will definitely keep that in mind. :)
  • I was indeed speaking of potential hackability of implants as well as bringing up the point of general security concerns. Many people focus on the alteration and implantation aspects and don't think security conerns, its nice to know that many of yo…
  • I just started reading this thread and towards the bottom of page 1 Tiak mentioned break away connections. A question that I have about a possible break away connection would be, can it be bio-proofed? Do you really want to have a lead that goes now…