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  • Let us know the status of the implant, i'm interested in the aftermath of different procedures. I'd like to do this myself eventually like Fire, and if you make your work more accessible we can help you. I'll be funding some research on this in a fe…
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tideglusib Literally published two days after I commented about wanting to know more
  • (Quote) @ me when you get the report, i´d like to look into the biochemistry behind this and it´s odd how completely research on it has been removed. Perhaps it was deemed unsafe, or the original source was unreliable. Regardless, this is interestin…
  • (Quote) 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 of a single experiment many years ago with an entirely different shape, size, and c…
  • (Quote) I´m going to be frank, without having somebody like me there during the procedure I can not in good consciousness suggest implanting in the forearm. As with all procedures, there is a high amount of danger however these locations have far mo…
  • (Quote) 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 more helpful?
  • (Quote) You could move it farther down your arm, however you could just move it a couple inches to the left or right so the installation only in contact with skin and bone. Consider the pinky side forearm.
  • (Quote) 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 away. Is there a particular reason you wa…
  • (Quote) I´ve actually been thinking of using nfc´s for this process, but due to it´s read and write + storage capabilities being low and them being inactive chips a custom smartwatch and ring could be used to solve the problem of over all processing…
  • (Quote) There are also many sources of injection strength concentrations of lidocaine and other variants available online, not to mention thousands of procedures for the chemistry inclined. It´s simply the injection of it that is typically considere…
  • (Quote) If this is a great opportunity, it will come again as it's in the profit holders best interest
  • (Quote) I fully support making it more laymen friendly, but only after we refine our production of magnets to a sufficient degree. At the moment a majority of our work is simply unsafe for those that don't do the proper research, which would increas…
  • (Quote) This is already effectively how established R&D companies run, except there being no third party collecting and taxing funds. This is certainly going down the right path to creating a successful business that have truthfully equal partne…
  • (Quote) No. Science is not easy, and requires competency. Biohacking is linked to lacking capital and a large experimental team, which does not inherently equate to inexperienced, easy, sub par science. Freedom of information does seem to be a commo…
  • (Quote) I´m a month late, and you have likely moved on already but I felt like this was worth mentioning: I do not want to come off as hostile or dismissive, but this is a very entry level question for someone considering genetically modifying such …
  • 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…
  • (Quote) Here's a good resource for Comfrey: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4899-1367-8_34 And be careful with this one, high levels of biotoxicity resulting from the Pyrrolizidine alkaloids within it. Resource for the pyrrolizidine…
  • 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 increa…
  • 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…
  • (Quote) Key word being "someone else," self injection is legal effectively everywhere.
  • 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 you …
  • 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…
  • (Quote) Grains, when awkwardly laid next to each other, leave open space around the grains boundary. I can see you obviously already know that, but to answer your question it would be logical that smaller grains would leave smaller open space, but a…
  • 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..." (Quote) If we can coat it in graphene than an Au layer will be redundant. It seems like a miracle material because of everything you mentioned, but how the hell are we going to get a full…
  • (Quote) I'm glad you mentioned both of those things. I still have 2 segments of graphite in my palm, and hasn't migrated at all in over 5 years or rejected, although that's not the proper term in this instance. Graphite alone is biocompatible, graph…
  • 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…
  • (Quote) Diamond is a fascinating idea, but not feasible. It would be massively expensive material wise, then there's the insanely difficult production to factor in... And on top of that diamond will be even more difficult than TiN in regards to the …
  • (Quote) Me too, a successful payment chip will be revolutionary and will be the first stage in some incredible implants. That said, the mountains he needs to cross are large and it likely won't be feasible for another few years. (Quote) I don't kno…
  • (Quote) This isn't the first thread you've started asking this literal same thing, it's a copy and paste. Please don't do that, especially so close to each other. As Sandra mentioned, the xBT works well for body temperature, although location is cr…