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Dissolution, e.g. in acid or a solution of lye, followed by disposal as liquid Recently there has been much controversy over alkaline hydrolysis as a method of body disposal. Advocates claim the process is more environmentally friendly than both cremation and burial, due to CO2 emissions and embalming fluids respectively. On the other hand, many find the idea of being "poured down the drain" to be undignified.
Originally posted by CR4V3N
Also I know for a 100% fact that the technology I'm working on could, with no changes to design, be used to breakdown corpses in literally seconds. All this just from a 3phase circuit. No burning of natural resources (except obviously the generation of our electricity).
Originally posted by Kester
Mission accomplished without once saying "Right, we know you're all going to die soon and we want your remains out of the way quickly and neatly".
None of this is true.