2016-09-08 (Th) 2 Cyborgs and a Microphone

Episode nine started the second phase of this podcast. The first eight episodes were high-level material, although the nootropics episode dug pretty deeply. This episode was specifically about coatings and safety and there was plenty to talk about. In fact, we did almost no preparatory work for this episode because the information was factual.

Tim and I both had opinions about safety but they were similar. Tim advocated for reasonable measures to be taken while I wanred about the dangers of not following procedure. During the show I referenced biohack.me on several occasions because it was a great source for information and where I learned most of what I know about coatings. Neither of us are doctors and during the show we warn about taking this sort of thing into your own hands. Literally.

Me - Left. Tim - Right

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