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  • @IndyVDual said: I poured DMSO into the vile and have been applying the Tideglusib to my teeth with a tiny paint brush every evening...well, on some evenings. I see non-objective improvements and, in the very least, nothing seems to be getting wo…
  • @gshpychka said: Shouldn't this post be updated to contain info about the xG3? No, rather a new one should be made and this one should be locked or stop being necro´d. This particular thread was originally created to update the progress o…
  • @Satur9 said: > @ThermalWinter said: > I´m not certain what you mean by the medial face, the only resembling thing I can think of is the medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve in the lower forearm so do you mind clarifying so I can be …
  • @Satur9 said: @Srg I agree with @ThermalWinter. I had my flexDF installed on the lateral face of the forearm ~6cm above the wrist, and it is a tough install spot. There are a bunch of blood vessels and tendons there. Luckily my install went …
  • @Srg said: @ThermalWinter said: I would highly advise against that location because of the high ratio of major blood vessels, muscles, tendons and ligaments. There are far less painful, difficult, and risky places to go just inches …
  • @Srg said: In the UK all anesthetics are controlled as it falls under prescription meds, however I still may be able to get some. If I don't succeed I'm going to use the topical variants and just hope for the best. It's going in my forearm at…
  • @trroyyc said: I don't see where the benefit would be of a USB attached to you vs a USB you just carry with you, unless the reason was privacy. Movement of important files, perhaps something that could get you in trouble, or something that could …
  • @Satur9 said: I had a flexDF install with the incision method. I suspect the needle method will be less painful, but there are very few public accounts of it so far. The separation of the fascia to make a pocket for the implant really su…
  • @MiaRoseElbo said: Been waiting long for a magnet so I'm really doing my best not to make a rushed decision on buying this since it doesn't look like what I'm actually looking for (Finger sensing magnet). Super afraid I'll miss on a great opportu…
  • @Satur9 said: Since there is interest, I'll start another thread related to updating the Wiki. I have some experience with project management and documentation. I've been keeping up with DT and Cyberise pretty closely, so I should be able to get …
  • @Lonecodesmen said: I've come up with a "smart contract" (blockchain meme) that works in a very curious way that I believe could help fund and govern independent research and development. I want to brainstorm applications. Perhaps demo exactly…
  • @Satur9 said: Hey all, Opening this up for general discussion. People who are keeping an eye on the progress of genetic research have probably heard of a company called Genomic Prediction: https://genomicprediction.com/ …
  • @Lonecodesmen said: I've recently joined a maker space and they've got a crispr lab. We're pretty fresh to the whole domain. The guy who pushed the addition of the crispr effort is mainly interested in plants and doesn't know how to approach c…
  • I have actually been doing similar research on my own and will update here later, I just wanted to mention I appreciate the caution you are using in regards to this. I am majoring in premed biochem, so this is precisely the kind of project I am inte…
  • @Ken said: Hey new to modding with technical enhancements. I do tend to use herbal enhancements. Please note NOT A DOCTOR just a guy. lion's mane mushroom - Good for the brain, Helps you remember and depending on how its prepared ca…
  • Alright, i'm two weeks late but i'll take a stab: The field of nootropics is where neuroscience and chemistry converge, and individual biological factors vary massively and are incredibly important. There are many things that will aid you in incr…
  • What is it you're intending on doing with Geobacter sulfurreducens? They are extremophiles (I.E. it will be difficult for you to maintain the proper environment) who as you can tell from the name, reduce sulfur and other compounds into what they nee…
  • @tekniklr said: I think the rules are extremely location dependent. In many places, injecting lidocaine into someone else is "practicing medicine", which you aren't allowed to do without a license. @Moonman0922 said: Ok so question, Is …
  • I will always suggest subdermal lidocaine injection, but I understand that is a daunting thought for those that aren't chemists/medical. Than again, you're literally doing surgery and you damn well make sure you ace everything that entails. If yo…
  • As for the original kind of off topic discussion, I will be doing more research into graphene and i'll play around with making some. But like I mentioned far up in the thread we are likely far away from successfully doing graphene, diamond, or a com…
  • @ThomasEgi said: getting back to solid metal for a quick question. if the moisture creeps in through inperfect grain boundaries in thin coatings, how would changing metal thickness and grain size impact the barrier performance. like would bigger …
  • Although... Bonding diamond to graphene may be easier than a fully enclosed grown graphene disk as we are not required to be as precise on the edges growing properly. It's lighting a candle with a blowtorch, but if we've got the butane... I'm spit b…
  • "For it to be true gaphene then* it's a single..." @Zerbula said: Heh, maybe hybrid of Diamond and CNT? Too easy? :p IIRC, Graphene is extremely 'tough' for its thickness, very resistant to punctures or tearing. it is still flexible …
  • @ThomasEgi said: as a reminder. we need a moisture barrier here. means something that prevents h2o molecules do diffuse through. a monocristaline metal or diamond would be ideal. i don't know how graphene would hold up. it might be thin but i'd s…
  • Graphene is far simpler than a diamond coating, and due to the lattice structure will run into the same problems as diamond but far less severely due to it's tiny size and lower tensile strength, manufacturing requires less expensive equipment. It's…
  • @Zerbula said: I don't know if there is a good 'current supplier' for magnets. The determinations of TiN's weaknesses as a coating is a good thing to understand, for sure, but it's a bit of an annoyance on the scale of being practically useful, o…
  • @Semilovr12 said: Sorry for my comment then. I just didn't know a reason for the long disappearance. These guys are innovators. I'm looking forward to amal's payment chip. Me too, a successful payment chip will be revolutio…
  • @UnkownVoice said: I would like to have my vital signs displayed. I would prefer implants but wearables are okay too. Vital Signs like : Heartrate, BodyTemp or Pulse This isn't the first thread you've started asking this literal sam…
  • Oops, than I retract my last statement except that i'm working on my own regardless. Do you know if he is still working on this project? His profile says he's been inactive since may 2018
  • Unfortunately it appears as if the inventor, Alex Smith, has been inactive for the past year. I'm not sure we can expect any further developments on this from him, but that doesn't mean this is a dead project. I've been reading through the pages, do…