2018-07-17 (Tu) Magnet Implant Coating Test Phase 1

After talking with another biohacker, there was a recommendation to submerge the magnets for ninety days minimum to determine if the coating was intact. Since it would be time-consuming to repeat the procedure after the first ten magnets were tested, parts were purchased to test all the magnets at once. All the existing magnets would be moved from their vials, rinsed and given a taller vial to match all the others.

New vials would be prepared in the same way since the method worked well. Instead of a makeshift holder in an ice cube tray, test tube racks were purchased. For the test tube racks to work, longer vials were necessary.

Gathered materials for the rest of the magnets

Salt, water, and magnet were added in that order. Sometimes, a bubble would stick to the magnet once it was in the vial, so when one was assembled, it was inserted into the rack with a drop to dislodge any trapped air.

Dropping a vial into place

After a short soak, two of the new magnets were found to be unusable. The old and new magnets were being kept separate since it would be valuable to know how long the typical failure takes to present itself. The actual dates of the procedures do not necessarily coincide with the dates on these blog posts, but the final record will show dates based on the procedure.

Fourth corrupted magnet

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