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Presumably yeah. You'd want double-sided tape to hold it on, and it will probably start to peel off after a while though. You can buy RFID proof purses and wallets these days though, so it might be less hassle to pick one up with foil already integrated into the outside.
Paleo, wow that was a fad that died quick. Thankfully these look pretty delicious, so I think I'll have a go making a batch for my gluten-intolerant stepdad. He's been missing the sweeter things and the off-the-shelf celiac cake options have quite frankly been awful so far. (The dryest, most powdery scotch pancakes I've ever tasted included!)
Incorrect. While 30% of Americans see the appeal of gluten-free food, only around 1.4% have a medical need for it:https://celiac.org/blog/2014/02/9-things-you-shoul...Gluten intolerance may have been higher previous to the Agricultural Revolution, the ability to digest gluten since became so necessary for survival that gluten intolerance was selected out, much the same way as we have evidence of lactose intolerance being selected out.
Wow, your school had a far higher budget for GCSE Electronics than mine did. We had a CNC machine and thought that was pretty top-end.
Immersing USB cables in water is going to mess them up down the line.
Sweet mercy of the Devil, this is awesome. I'd love to put one of these together some time. Sadly Halloween is a bit too soon this year for me to get everything together, but maybe next year!