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Scranton here.... and to my knowledge I'm the only person around here into biohacking.
I just tested 2 kitchen magnets with a thick bottom glass cup and they definitely worked fine. If I had a way to manufacture this I would at least guinea pig it. seems pretty safe. I just don't know if the nerve endings would sense the vibrations bu…
Although , wouldn't the plating around the magnet be the reason for the loss of strength? All coatings are non ferrous to my knowledge. water will reduce a magnets strength BUT salt water (saline) does not. i don't know what effect glass has on a ma…
Thanks Jupiter. I only want one (for now). The blood diamond magnets sound awesome, but probably cost $100 and still aren't available, but as soon as there is an available option I will be grabbing one. Hopefully they will pop up in the next few wee…
I've seen videos on how to do it but i am just very cautious about the whole thing. If the coating isn't good than I am at fault. I understand the risk involved, even with a "good" commercial magnet so adding to that risk with my own inexe…
Me too man. I've considered just coating the magnets myself, but i am new to all of this and would rather play it safe and wait for something tested and safe than increase my risk of infection/rejection .
From what i have seen, some should be available in a month, after they finish testing, on dangerousthings but otherwise i haven't seen anything that is safe available and I've been looking.