Tattoo Removal: Laser Surgery vs. Do It Yourself Ointment Creams

Tattoo Removal Procedures: helpful information on a task that needs doing.

It is not 1999 anymore and that barb wire tattooed on your arm looks outdated. Perhaps you have your lover’s name on your arm, you just got divorced and now you have a court order to give your ex-lover half of what you own, but you can keep the tattoo. Whatever your reason is, you made a mistake and you want that damn tattoo to disappear. You did not make the right choice when picking a tattoo, so make sure you choose the best method for removing your tattoo.

So what are the best options for removing my tattoo?

Well, let us briefly start with the worst option for removing your tattoo. Creams and tattoo removal ointments seem to be the worst option for tattoo removal. Why? These do-it-yourself tattoo removal ointment creams have not been reviewed by the FDA. Furthermore, there has been no clinical evidence that it works. It has been reported that these creams can cause unexpected rashes, burning, scarring, and possibly changes in your skin pigmentation.

The best option to remove your tattoo is laser surgery. In addition, the Food and Drug Administration states that the option of laser surgery is a safe option for removing your tattoo.

How does laser removal work?

When a laser is used to remove your tattoo, a pulse of high intensity laser energy pass through the epidermis of your skin and absorbs the ink pigment. The laser breaks that pigment in to smaller particles. You end up excreting or metabolizing that ink pigment through your body. In other cases the pigment is transported to your lymph nodes or other tissues in your body. Different tattoo colors require different kinds of lasers in order to remove it. Tattoos with colors such as yellow, green and red are the hardest colors to remove; however, colors such as blue and black are the easiest to remove.  Usually, more than one laser surgery is required in order for your tattoo to be fully removed. It may take 6 – 10 laser surgeries to remove your tattoo and you have to take a few weeks to heal between surgeries. The exact amount depends on the colors and the size of the tattoo.

tattoo removal Are there any side effects and pain involved with a laser surgery tattoo removal procedure?

As far as pain goes, it is said that the process feels like a rubber band being snapped against your skin by someone who hates you. Side effects of using a laser to remove your tattoo are pinpoint bleeding, soreness, redness and possibly scarring. It is important to note that laser devices for tattoo removal should be administered by a dermatologist, this is the only way the FDA is clearing the use of this method. You should not use a laser to remove a tattoo yourself.

Don’t Feel bad.

A lot of people regret their tattoos, you are not alone. Tattoo removal seems to be a big business. The FDA reports from a Harris Interactive poll from 2012 that 1 in 8 adults in America regret the tattoo they have. The FDA also reports via the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery that from the year 2011 there have been at least 175,000 tattoo removal procedures. There seems to be no stop in the increase of these procedures for the years to come.

Source:

https://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm336842.htm

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Mind Control, how it works: The science and mechanics of Mind Control through manipulating Synaptic Plasticity.

People talk about Illuminati mind control, but nobody is able to actually describe how it works.

Mind control is becoming real and the actual process is something out of a science fiction movie. Keep reading to understand how mind control really works.

It seems that mind control starts with the manipulation of the learning process. That process is called Synaptic Plasticity. To be exact, Synaptic Plasticity is a natural process in the brain that is fundamental to the learning process. This natural process involves the strengthening and weakening of the junctions between two neurons.

Darpa’s new research called Targeted Neuroplasticity Training (TNT) is determined to increase a human’s capacity to learn. This breakthrough will create the mechanics and foundation of Mind Control as we know it.

mind control How will they do this? Targeted Neuroplasticity Training will electrically stimulate peripheral nerves which will make the brain more adaptive during the most important parts of the learning process. In addition, peripheral nerves are the on and off switches for actions involving the muscles, organs and a host of other bodily functions.

Through the precise manipulation of these peripheral nerves the neural connections in the brain will be strengthened. The intention for the Targeted Neuroplasticity Training program is to accelerate learning and decrease the time it takes to train foreign language specialists, intelligence analysts, cryptographers, and others. The goal is to use this scientific process to cut cost and save  time on training within the Department of State.

At this point, Darpa is looking in to invasive and non invasive ways to stimulate and manipulate peripheral nerves. To be more in depth on what Darpa has stated is that stimulation of the nerves through the skin can activate regions in the brain that involve learning.  It can create signals that may trigger the release of neurochemicals in the brain that reorganize neural connections in response to specific experiences.  Through this method, mind control is actually possible by controlling synaptic plasticity, the natural process on our brain. (Please make a donation to this website on the top right corner, any amount would be appreciated)

The means of how this may be possible is by means of a microchip or possibly an injection.

So is this good or is this bad?

A delicate social issue such as this can be likened to beauty as it is truly in the eye of the beholder.

Let us start with the good in it. Increased learning and a smarter public sounds great. Perhaps someone with dementia or depression can benefit from Targeted Neuroplasticity Training. People with mental trauma can be mentally corrected. Possibly an obsessive compulsive disorder patient can be retrained to not do repetitive unproductive habits.

What could be bad about this? The unnatural feel is a major turn off. A microchip implant is surreal and scary. Could a microchip implant be susceptible to hacking such as a pace maker can? Is it possible that how a pace maker can be shut off by a hacker; a hacked microchip from nerve stimulation can make you have constant diarrhea or run on the street naked? Can a human be electrocuted if he walks in the rain with his implanted microchip? Will it pop out during sex? Will I accidentally put in my girlfriend’s microchip by mistake?

Is it ethical to alter the human body like this? We have witnessed what some groups will do for embryos, what about electronically controlled humans? Could there be a possibility that prisoners will be implanted to keep corrections officers safe? Could a new war in the Middle East be made in the name of democracy to microchip Habib so he does not shoot an AK-47 for Allah? It could be credible.

As of right now, microchips implanted in humans that execute targeted neuroplasticity training in humans to manipulate synaptic plasticity is far away. Although chip implants for payment and data are here. However, in a democracy we have a choice, right? Everything is tied to a carrot on a stick. You have two choices: stop being a rabbit or stop eating carrots. I suggest you do both.

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Sources:

https://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2016-03-16

https://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2017-04-26