posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 03:23 PM
Well, this is a true story -
I once made a delivery to a farm here in the UK.
The place was a bit of a mess, and there was stuff everywhere.
I picked up a familiar looking metal object, but I couldnt quite tell what it was straight away.
Anyway, I realise it was a human replacement hip joint, burnt and tarnished, but unmistakable.
I asked the farmer where it came from, and he said that they spread the ash from the crematorium on his fields as fertilizer, and that stuff like this
comes in the ash.
He picked them out so they wouldnt damage the farm machinery.
So, some of the ash goes on food crops,
pretty disgusting eh?