Zerbula

Is it just me, or does anyone else find it amusing that the Wiki page for "Productivity" is still WIP?

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  • Biohacking is the use of technology to improve the human condition. I love the use of science and technology to improve our lives. Are there aspects that are unique to a female body that technology has the ability to improve upon? (pro tip, yes.) …
  • Phenominal work, Chironex. Love watching progress
  • I have also picked up a couple different varieties of glow powder, and experimenting around, I love how much more light output phosphorescent powders can do, compared to my extracted V2 firefly in the dark. This isn't anywhere on my list of things …
  • I saw this. It seems very large, 15x3mm is not friendly for finger-implant use. I am struggling to debate where I would even want an implant this large, knowing it needs sensitivity.. Does anybody have any good ideas of how to use this as a field-…
  • Here's an update I still have a pocket of fibrous tissue that was surrounding the Firefly, in it's location. I can still feel it by running a finger over it, but the removal went completely painless. (Not literally, but no complications or concerns…
  • It sounds like your mask isn't working as intended, or it's not being used properly. "I bought these weights, and lifting them isn't making me stronger." If you aren't feeling any resistance, you may have a defective mask. It's also a fo…
  • Hehe, I don't have anything else to offer besides input, but at the moment I'm just happy to point in a right direction Life is too chaotic for me to actually contribute meaningful, just to declare.. But I'll throw ideas if I see them. ^^
  • Now, a question, while It's here. I did this for my firefly implant, and It honestly didn't feel like it helped.. I rubbed a healthy amount of 4% Lido into my cheek and covered it with cling film for like 45 mins.. Took it off and wiped it off, dr…
    in Lidocaine Comment by Zerbula March 2019
  • 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 and extremely thin. This sounds pretty ideal, maybe here is where Au may have a p…
  • Idea: Crystals grow in fluids. Gaseous or liquid. Some crystals grow in a solution, such as rock candies. Some grow because of a solutions with specific conditions, because of outside conditions, such as gravity or (I'm guessing the lack of) relati…
  • The question is really, how intricate do we want to get?.. I think you could also start exploring into doing 'things' that change the way body processes oxygen itself, if you wanted to get in depth enough. Would it be worth it at all to actually go…
  • Just before my Birthday! hehe Will be watching for related info, then ~3~ Thank you Tekniklr
  • I don't know enough about graphene to say, but the simplicity of crystal lattice is really appealing. I know Cassox did an experiment with pvd in a vacuum on magnets, that had some kind of results. It may be expensive, but if the goal is to make a f…
  • Fancy to come back to badges. Like it hehe Thank you for the effort, Tekniklr, Appriciated!
  • If you want to practice restricted air intake, there are masks that you can use to restrict airflow and force your body to adapt to more efficiently utilize. Though I would highly suggest doing proper research into them. Health hazards identified, …
  • 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, on it's own. I don…
  • I most likely will not be able to attend, but I love to see new developments and such. Cheering on good results and keeping eyes on. Hehe Wait... Was this for last year, 2018 meetups, or for 2019? :L It was near the top on the first page, so if I …
  • (Image) I decided it was time for me to remove it. Still perfectly functional.
  • Ahoy! UPDATE!! Things have been going well. It's been in my face this whole time, with no issues, and producing a clearly visible light at night. It is not bright enough to be picked up by my cell phone camera, ever, but is still very visible at ni…
  • Hehe. I would very much suggest psychology research, rather than drug therapy, from my own personal observation of how stress, anxiety, and trauma are processed and managed.
  • Hehe, after being on prednisone for six months, followed by a forced cutoff, I would REALLY not suggest utilising steroids willy-nilly for fun and games. They are extremely potent with very nasty side effects. The only reason I personally used them …
  • hehe, Loving these results, IIRC wasn't gold-rhodium a really good idea? Interested. :3 The only downside on my own end is that I find myself using my handsa lot. Is the resin not lending itself to being high durability, or is that just because of …
  • @Johnny3D Totally love your project using phosphorescence. Like, a lot. .3. But, and this isn't in regards to it being 'similar' or 'a challenge' or whatever. Everyone should work and build and develop things. it may branch to totally different a…
  • ^ This is true. x3x I will not say that I am displeased with this development, failure is always an option, and the fact that we have an implant that in theory may be generating light while also absorbing more radiation than it outputs.. I've had m…
  • UPDATE! Incase any of you thought the tritium got me. Hehe ~3~ It seems to be dimmer and brighter on some days more so than others. The exact conditions that make this so aren't being obvious. :l In any case, it is pretty clearly visible i…
  • (Image) UPDATE - It's getting slightly brighter every time people regularly check it, even still. >3< Has healed very nicely. No regrets with placement in regards to being a distraction that's actually distracting - I can see it illuminat…
  • https://forum.biohack.me/index.php?p=/discussion/1398/thermotropic-augmented-facial-reactions I have a thread to a relevant topic, if things cross. ^^
  • I'm not advocating or discouraging anything; Just be really careful and do a metric ton of research before doing something. I have ulcerative colitis, let me tell you how torturous an imbalanced digestive system can be.... Hehe. Love to see wh…
  • DO NOT USE BLEACH. Yet. I'm 100% certain it isn't good for TiN. I do not know for Haworth's. >~> I think the standard is 92% iso cut with 4% chlorhexidine? Correct me if wrong. ^^' Do not use lidocaine with epi. Don't use anything with …
  • @Semilovr12 do you think it's the lead back sheet doing it? Part of the light from V1 maybe because it's simply lighting up more akin around the area... The same way when we put our finger over a flashlight it still glows bright red?