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  • May 5 in the american format would be 5-1-2021, so I think this is more the computing format of YYYY-MM-DD, so January 5
  • I've been approving accounts on the regular, so it seems others are getting through. And, Vanilla emailed me about THIS VERY POST! So, I don't think there is a problem with vanilla. A few weeks ago someone changed a setting behind the scenes that …
  • Here is the url to join our slack: https://bhme-slack.herokuapp.com/
  • You ask and an admin can do it for you.
  • (Quote) If we haven't managed to perfect genetic therapies to do a relatively harmless things like knock out myostatin in adult humans, even though plenty of millionaires would gladly throw their millions at such a thing at the slightest hope that t…
  • Agreed, everything here regarding magnet status is so out of date that it’s more likely to be misleading than useful! Please ask questions in new threads, or search to see if your questions have already been asked and answered by others. The bene…
  • seriously though, what are you asking? it’s unclear what the “biohacking for females” has to do with the rest of what you’ve said.
  • every time someone refers to women as “females” my brain can’t pay attention to the rest of what they are saying because it gets stuck on this image
  • If you go to an event like grindfest or defcon magnets will be available from people who have been doing this in this community for a long time. Also, lots of reputable body modification artists (Brian Decker, Steve Haworth, Russ Fox, etc) sell/i…
  • Sorry to be late to this, but don't try and find a random magnet and figure out how to coat it and implant it yourself. Coatings are hard! Most fail! Don't mess around with sticking toxic objects in your body if you don't know what you are doing, j…
  • people in this community have already designed an implanted raspberry pi project called the pegleg- https://hackaday.com/2019/08/29/pegleg-raspberry-pi-implanted-below-the-skin-not-coming-to-a-store-near-you/ the pegleg runs piratebox software bu…
  • Also, people have put magnets into a standard bridge piercing to mount glasses, but bridge piercings require very precise anatomy lest they’ll reject even without irritating them constantly with a large bouncy external object stuck to them. https…
  • Maybe the "recent discussions" page is more what you want, rather than the activity tab? If no one finds the Activity tab useful, I can attempt to hid it, but all sorts of people find all sorts of things useful, so ¯_(ツ)_/¯ It looks like…
  • > @ThomasEgi said: > Another idea (no clue if that already exists or not) would be to upgrade the lock-screen of smartphones. People are more likely to forget their wallet than their smartphone if you'd ask me. So putting an "emergency i…
  • I think we need to take this on a case by case basis. While it’s good for the community to warn each other of abusers who might continue to abuse others, we also want to avoid building lists of people for any infraction, that might expose those peop…
  • I don’t know where Decker sources them, but I think this is from before Dangerous Things had magnets like this.
  • I got it implanted by Brian Decker in Brooklyn, NY. He used a scalpel and sealed it up with a single stitch. I asked him the strength and he said it’s N52. It’s implanted in the outer side of my non-dominant ring finger, but I have small fingers so …
  • I have a similar long magnet. I don't know if it's equivalent to the xG3 - it's a 3x1mm parylene coated grain of rice shaped magnet, implanted by Brian Decker. Mine works well for lifting (can pick up silverware), and is okay for sensing. I think t…
  • I think that placement might be a problem if you ever plan to pick up heavy things like barbells or furniture! Also, my guess is it will be a lot less good at sensing fields in that location. People like to go for the fingertips because there …
  • you already made a post about this yesterday. stop spamming.
  • I hope no technology to alter sexual orientation exists, because if it did it would be forcibly applied to people against their will. People are horrific, and this would allow them to be more so. On the one hand, I want to know how orientation wo…
  • Search is in the top right, but it looks like it’s only available on the desktop version. You can view the desktop version on mobile using the “Full Site” link in the footer. From the edit profile page you can update your notification preferences…
  • Stress does inhibit the immune system though, right? And the immune system is constantly destroying malfunctioning cells before they become cancer?
  • Please don't revive dead topics just to shill for Russian security companies.
  • If your growth plates have already fused (which happens after your last growth spurt when you are a teenager or young adult) you can't. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epiphyseal_plate Otherwise, if you are malnourished better nutrition might he…
  • the wonderful @cyberlass has found and fixed the Wiki problems!
  • thanks. the wiki has been down for a while now because no one has been able to maintain it. hopefully one of us will get a chance to look at it soon!
  • I wouldn't trust that magnet even with a saline test.
  • @glims, I think you're talking more about the code of ethics than the code of conduct? the code of conduct lets us ban people from the forums etc for being assholes in more conventional racist/homophobic/etc trolling than it has anything to do wi…
  • 1. Getting a hard drive magnet anywhere near an implanted magnet will be extremely painful. Play with hard drive magnets with your other hand and you'll be fine. 2. Not if it's in your computer. You'd have you get your finger very close to the pl…