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  • On another forum I post on someone mentioned having an anti-depressant feeling in the days after a DXM trip and wanted to try micro dosing it. Another mentioned that DXM and ketamine are both being researched as anti-depressants for their action on …
  • The skin looks intact to me, I'd go ahead and pull them out. Its easy enough to do on your own as well. Get some steri strips and pt one of those over it just in case.
  • Its pretty straight forward. Its common practice as treatment for ingrown or fungal infected nails. Although killing the nail bed is not as common and usually reserved for severe cases or ultra-marathoners as far as I can tell.The toenail removal is…
  • Came across an article Permanent toenail removal is somewhat common among marathon runners.
  • I don't claim to be an expert in anything but google fu, and even that is debatable. It sounds like sodium hydroxide or phenol are pretty commonly used by doctors to prevent nail regrowth. I also wasn't thinking clearly before, I was assuming you wo…
  • See, I'd probably start with toenails as a trial run. That is if this titanium nails thing is something anyone is serious about looking into to.If things go wrong and you permanently screw up your toenail its not a big deal. I'd hate to permanently …
  • I sort of feel like the magnets are a safe place to start. I am pretty new to the community, but hearing about the magnets is what got me really interested. There is something very exciting about experiencing a new sense and a hidden world. I'd hear…
  • Titanium nails would be pretty rad, but I'd never consider removing my fingernails, and I'd hate to risk losing them. They are not useless like toe nails are in my opinion. They have tons of use such as picking up small objects, or scraping things. …
  • http://www.hotsauce.com/16-Million-PURE-Capsaicin-Crystals-1-0ml-p/hsc-16-million-crystals1.0.htmhttps://www.amazon.com/Pure-Evil-9-6-Capsaicin-Drops/dp/B00TWQETL4/ref=pd_lpo_325_tr_t_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=MFEG3XMFRW0WZB24KN5X Some quick go…
  • Yea, I don't feel like anyone was being judgmental or negative. Meanderpaul was just expressing that the idea grosses him out personally, not that I'm a gross person for thinking about it. He does need to come to terms that hes morbidly curious thou…
  • Where did you read that it does very little? Asuming you are talking about the Ulna or Radius, both are very important in allowing your wrist to rotate. I suppose one of them may carry more of the load than the other, but their function is still imp…
  • First off, I'm not in the industry at all, that was just my observations being around kids. Second, It seems like Jupiter hand't heard about the inherited memory research, so here you go. http://www.nature.com/news/fearful-memories-haunt-mouse-desce…
  • I get it, no need for a picture. We are grossing people out enough as is.Sodium hydroxide seems to be the standard way that doctors kill off the nail bed.I'd be curious to hear back from you if you ever gave it a try. Its interesting to hear someone…
  • There is very very primitive evidence for memories or learned behavior being genetic. So far it does not appear to be complex and we have only seen it associated with the fear response. Its way too early to draw any real conclusions or speculate tho…
  • @Jupiter, I see it as similar to laser hair removal. Some people find constant shaving or waxing to be a lot of upkeep, so they permanently avoid the hassle. @larry and cube, Interesting thought about the nail providing support. I know the clumsy gl…
  • Yea, I've ripped some off on accident before. So I am familiar with how much they bleed. Soaking them first is a pretty good idea.Have you tried applying sodium hydroxide to the nail bed to prevent regowth?What do you mean by pulling from the cuticl…
  • @MTS Salvia is a K-opioid agonist, which should cause a depressed state, but the effects off salvia are very short lived. Many people report feeling happy, and having a "ready take on the world" attitude for days to weeks after a strong tr…
  • I've thought about doing this with Salvia. I'm one of those weirdo's that actually likes the stuff, and It puts me in a very positive mood for a few days after a trip. I keep meaning to buy a plant and try making a tea, or just chewing on the leaves…
  • Zerbula, do you have a magnet? How much of a problem are metal shavings and splinters getting attracted to it? I figure I just keep a larger magnet handy and use it to pull them off if needed. I bought a non-coated n52 (not implanting don't worry) a…
  • I have been wondering this a bit too. I work in a machine shop so oil is everywhere. I also use both my hands just about equally, and gloves are against OSHA regs. I do cut my hands on occasion though, and band aid with some electrical tape has neve…
  • I feel like you guys are over complicating this. Why does a stack need to be custom, why does everything need to be premixed?My current stack involves 5x size 000 capsules taken twice a day. What benefit do I gain by pre-mixing that? It'd still be 5…
  • Absolute first impressions. The bot tells to agree with terms, but it doesn't link them and I can't seem to find them anywhere.I assume its in the terms, but since no one reads those, I'd put a big disclaimer in the first message that NooBot is not …
  • Meanderpaul, rip that thing out! I'll do it, if you do it.
  • Interesting, didn't think about nair.I probably will not go through with this, it seems like a pretty big procedure just to save yourself an hour of time over the course of your life time. It could possibly have applications in long term space trave…
  • I thought the high failure rate of the TiN coatings was in part because they are coated with a different process than what is standard to avoid heat.
  • The nerves would desensitize over time, similar to the way the glans does after circumcision. I don't think toenails really evolved for that purpose either, granted this is something thats hard to know for sure, but it seems more likely to me that t…
  • I have the same questions as Diethyl, how do you crate a 4d world when you can't perceive 4d? I also wonder fi you could use tricks similar to Doom. Doom is a 2d game, that gives the illusion of 3d. Perhaps you could make a 3d game that gives the il…
  • @AlexSmith I'm not sure what info would really be gained either, unless the increased magnifications highlights a failure point like a scratch or something. Anyways the offer is out there, and I guess for anyone else that might want something inspec…
    in Magnet Status Comment by eggit July 2016
  • I've got a microscope I use at work with a lot higher magnification, around 10x more I'd estimate. If you wanted some higher res/zoom photos I could take some for you. I can also take measurements, width and depth with around 2 micron accuracy. Migh…
    in Magnet Status Comment by eggit July 2016
  • Not really sure on the reason why, but I still have the sensation of touch in my shins, just so sensation of pain. Maybe deep tissue vs skin surface? Its definitely not the same numb sensation that lidocaine or novacaine would give. I can't imagine …