Ok so I did some of my own research on this subject, since we were left with a few open ends.
The coffins in question seem like they are in fact the Hercules Atlas Airseal Vaults by Polyguard & Co. with some minor differences. I'm guessing
they may have either changed their design to fit newer standards (since the coffins in Georgia are at least 7 years old) or the old ones were recalled
for some reason.
2 ribs by 9 ribs on the sides.
3 ribs by 12 ribs on the sides
The company has an annual sales rate of about 860,000$ and has been in operation since 1987 according to this site:
Polyguard & Co was given 3 separate Federal assistance loans totaling $780,585 in early 2001.
The coffins showed up around 2002? if I'm not mistaken by the information given on this thread. 3 years before Katrina took place.
If FEMA was responsible for the federal assistance/spending doesn't 780,585$ seem like spit considering that would average out to less then 10
dollars per coffin if the math done on this thread is correct?
The conclusion that I have come to... is that these are in fact coffins. They most likely are produced by Polyguard & Co. or a similar company. They
were produced in the event that some type of natural disaster or the likes takes place in the Atlanta area where their sales would skyrocket. They
pose no threat to the citizens of the united states being as these sites are not all over the country, but limited to Texas, Wyoming (state the
company is based from), and Georgia. They have been left out, exposed to the elements for 7 years and most have not moved making it likely that these
coffins were recalled or something and are awaiting some type of executive decision on whether or not to be melted down.
If the government really wanted to kill off half the us population, don't you think that they would do so in the cheapest manner possible? Not
possibly the most expensive way possible.
Why not just do the same thing they do at landfills and create a big hole, coat the interior with cement, and throw all the bodies inside. In the
event of a nuclear disaster of some kind... you wont be able to recognize 90 percent of the bodies anyway. If you're thinking well what would the
people say to their loved ones being buried like this? well... if they really care I'm sure they are willing to fork over the money for their own
I think that the plastic coffin conspiracy is nothing more than a misunderstood burial company from Wyoming.
EDIT: If these were made after 9/11 with the possibility of a biological attack or something... then why were the Federal loans from before September
[edit on 19-7-2008 by Anomen]