If you've been wanting to implant a magnet in your body, then you'll be happy to know the good news that your dream has become a possibility. Imagine all the fun you'll have.
"It's been described as a buzzing sensation, a tingling, an oscillation, movement, pure stimulation and, in the case of body-modification expert Shannon Larrett's encounter with a too-powerful antitheft gateway at a retail store, "Like sticking your hand in an ultrasonic cleaner." - Wired
Magnetic Implant in Hand
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Magnetic Implant In Hand
- By: Mike WeldonJun 10, 2006