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  • @Cassidy730 For me, it doesn't suppress the desire to eat, rather it suppresses the physical feelings of hunger. Though I have a history of anorexia so my reaction might not be typical. I admit actually like the effect because it makes it easier to …
  • I looked up that little $100 Olo and it's pretty cool. I liked the idea of being able to send other Olo users a secret gift print that they only see after it's done printing. If I had the money, I'd get one for every member of my family and then sen…
  • @superbhuddha For me, both modafinil and armodafinil suppressed my appetite. I take synthroid for my thyroid. It makes me feel hungry to the point of nausea 20 minutes after taking it in the morning and in the evenings if I skip lunch. The armodafin…
  • @Zerbula I've read that prosthetic implants, bones, and implant support structures are more and more often being created from various combinations of biopolymers and freeze dried cadaver bone. A lot of it "biodegrades" in the body if it's used to su…
  • United Nuclear is a good supplier, though their prices have always been pretty high compared to buying from rock dealers. I usually buy from eBay and mineral shows, but only because all the pieces at United Nuclear I want are sold out by the time I …
  • You can actually buy uranium glass pretty easily. It's all over eBay and I'm always finding it in antique stores and flea markets. A couple smaller companies make the glass as well, for reproductions or modern applications. I have some uranium glass…
  • @Cassidy730 After reading your post, I spend a lot of time reading about aniracetam and its relatives. I ordered a sample pack of a few things from Powder City. I got their nootropic sampler and theanine. I'm looking forward to finding out what work…
  • RFID locks on guns ("smart guns") is something that's been in various stages of testing and use for a while. There's some conversion kits out there for RFID locks, magnetic locks, and biometric locks. I've seen RFID locks at the last gun show that u…
  • Take the following with a whole shaker of salt because I'm definitely not an expert. It's possible that it's rejecting not so much because of the implant as it is a trifecta of conditions. The tag is much larger than the glass tags, so there's m…
  • I'd like to be on the waiting list as well, please.
  • I have a NuVigil (armodafinil) scrip from my doc and take that daily. I also bought ModafinilCat's sample pack that's mixed modafinil and armodafinil to try out and as a backup. Plus a sample of ardafinil. For me, armodafinil works the best and I ge…
  • It's probably labeled RFID because the syringes with the implants are pretty common shipments for low frequency chips, like used in chipping pets. And since sending radioactive stuff through the mail is an iffy prospect within the U.S. due to regula…
  • A friend of mine has an implant in her back that is basically a TENS unit for pain relief due to a degenerative spinal disorder. She's used it daily for almost four years now. The only problems I'm aware of are battery issues, but I haven't talked t…
  • Yeah, what @ChrisBot said. Someone would have to know you have an implant, know it's used as a door key, and then get close enough to copy it, which might be a bit obvious. I don't think RFID implants or home locks are widespread enough for it to be…
  • I've always liked the idea of an implanted storage device. Storage space is the one thing I'd want more of from RFID implants because I like keeping data on mine. Be nice to have the ability to store files, photos, movies, etc. I have micro flash d…
  • I think the connective tissue was the biggest problem, coming up against it and having to keep removing more to fit the implant in. I know there's connective tissue all up in there, I just didn't really consider it until the video.  My initial tho…
  • I use blue painter's tape or masking tape when I'm in my lathe shop. There's always rolls of it and shop towels within reach. It doesn't hold that great on skin, but I mostly use it and the shop towels to stop bleeding or make a quick bandage so I c…
  • It's probably a good thing adding to a vehicle's program isn't so easy. Bricked phones are annoying enough.  I'm thinking if adding one of those RFID cylinders to our POS van just to see how well it does. The only downside is I'd like to keep the…
  • They've done it already in some mammals. Off the top of my head, I remember sheep, pigs, rabbits, and cats. They've also done it with crop vegetables to use as an indicator of soil quality. Cool stuff. I would love to glow in the dark myself. I al…
  • I'm mostly referring to first aid stuff sold in pharmacies, like silk tape, cloth tape, and that PITA dispenser tape. Last few times I (accidentally) tried to cut my thumbs off, the hospital and urgent care just used Tender Tape to secure the gauze …
  • When my last RFID implant was healing, I used one of my carpal tunnel splints, just more loosely than normal. I assume you've already tried clear Scotch tape and Tender Tape. My niece reacts to adhesive too and TT has been the only thing that hasn't…
  • Glad you're feeling better. Sucks about the medical tape, though. Thanks for the video and the write up.
  • @trybalwolf Like aviin says, most likely UHF. The readers for these are expensive and the development kits for writing even more so. There are some readers that claim to also write for $100-$175 on Amazon, eBay, and Aliexpress, but I've never tried …
  • There's a pretty big difference between "literally anything popular in existence" and eugenics. Eugenics is much more than Dr Oz's latest bullshit diet craze. I'm sure someone out there is abusing the Twilight franchise in a pretty serious way, but …
  • The problem with voluntary sterilization is that history has shown it becomes involuntary almost immediately. It's too easy for those in power to justify their actions. Mental patients forcibly committed for life? Well, they're never getting out, mi…
  • Damn, no wonder you're not wanting to do more typing. I'm looking forward to the write up, especially what you got for read distances. 
  • SparkFun has an OBD board, but I'm not sure if it's diagnostics only since I'm unfamiliar with electronics. I suspect it might be more than diagnostics simply because it makes little sense for SparkFun to put out a board that does the same thing as …
  • Cool, looking forward to the write up and video.  Maybe I should pick up some lidocaine next time I'm in Mexico before I try one of these...
  • I've read some patents and articles for various ways to make magnetic glass. Most don't have much strength, are not biocompatible, or are made for putting magnets onto rather than being magnetic themselves. It's too bad since a biocompatible glass m…
  • @AlexSmith Thanks for the clarification.  FWIW, I figured the tag must have been a fluke or something else. Having read your post about the firefly tattoo design process, I got the impression you work hard on making your implants safe.