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Treat Your Loved Ones Right, Just Flush Them Down The Drain

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posted on May, 13 2008 @ 04:22 PM
While listening to an MP3 on the internet, the host mentioned this article that

follows. Its about a new way way of dealing with human bodies. It's called

Third Option dissolve. So now when someone dies there are now three ways

of dealing with it. Burial, cremation, or Third Option which involves dissolving

a body in lye and heating it up to 360 degrees. Once the process is through

the body is flushed down the drain for good. They've probably been doing

this for a while, but now it is available to the public. This same technique

of body disposal has been used on animal carcasses in the past. I personally

would not want to be disposed of in this manner. You flush # down the

toilet not human beings even if they are already dead, it is still very

disrespectful. If this has already been posted that's ok because this matter

deserves the attention.

posted on May, 13 2008 @ 04:29 PM
Couldn't someone do this to any dead bodies that they might have to deal with? Put simply, couldn't having this info broad casted around reach some loonie who then disposes of their murder victims this way? Forensic teams would have a awful time trying to recover the bodies if someone wanted the victims remains back for burial/ cremation (provided either could be done with the left overs after the third option. Thank the above I chose not to specialise in Forensics I would hate to have to find the cause of death/ identity of some murder victims a loonie had flushed down the loo.

[edit on 13-5-2008 by Marshall Ormus]

posted on May, 13 2008 @ 04:30 PM
Please add your thoughts to the existing threads on this topic...

New idea in mortuary science: Dissolving bodies with lye

Bury, Cremate, or... Liquify???

Thank You.

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