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Originally posted by markjaxson
Now when this person wakes up, they cannot see anything except for white light all around them.
"Now when this person wakes up, they cannot see anything except for white light all around them."
It would seem to me that if the tank was totally filled with salt, then all one would see is salt.
"They will feel like they are floating and will not know where they are or what has happened to them, all they feel is that they cannot touch/smell/see anything."
Dude, you're losing me now! If they're totally packed in salt will they still be able to breathe? Let's say they can. Wouldn't one then be able to taste the salt? "Sensory deprivation"!???? I think I would ask for some more Ny-Quil at this point.
"When this happens to a person they no longer think that they are alive because humans need to be able to interact with their environment, touch/smell etc"
Not true. I think that they would think that they were an oyster on the half-shell.
"Now when a person is in this state for so long they will question themselves to be alive or dead and keep them in long enough and they will eventually think they are dead and will regret everything they have done wrong and wish for another chance."
When a person is in THIS state for too long they won't be wishing or regretting anything, they'll be shriveled up like a raisin. It would be sort of like mummification without removing the blood and organs.
Well, for starters we'd have to replace the salt with another substance... as has been said, salt water dessicates human flesh pretty fast.