The Cremation Process

Cremating a Human Body: Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty
  1. Gothopotamus

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  2. VeganBean

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    Fascinating and informative! Thanks Goth! :thumbsup2:

    There's a ride in China that supposedly allows you to experience what it's like to be cremated!

     
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    Heya Bean! Been wondering where you went to! The forum's so much funner when you're around! :)
    Something that might interest you-they have a newer process of cremation called "Green Cremation" that's completely environmentally safe-no emissions or anything.
    Now I hafta go check out your video link!
     
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  4. ScabiesMaybies

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    R.I.P Grandma and cardboard box.
    But seriously. This eases my mind a lot about dying.
     
  5. Trash

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    ooooooooooooooooooh that is so interesting...
     
  6. Starkiller1125

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    Or you could throw the body on a pyre like Qui-Gon-Jin. Or even do it all yourself like Denethor II, the son of Ecthelion II, originally intent on self-immolation.

    Unless you had a time traveling Delorean (awesomest car EVER) and could travel a few billion years ago and die by driving into a lava pool or by breathing the ammonia atmosphere.

    If I ever happen to acquire a true time machine, I am going back to Cro-Mag times and slap the motherfucker who thought of God.
     
  7. DellDorm

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    Very informative, thanks for sharing. My friend had her daughter "biocremated" or "green cremated" when she got the ashes back they were a white color and from what we could tell there was no bone like there is with the flame based cremation. She also had the option to have her ashes put in a "eco urn" which you can choose a plant seed to be in there and they said it will grow.
     
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    We all might end up in there someday. It's kind of sobering to watch.
     
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    this is my plan, when its my time.
     
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  10. Honest One

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    I hate the heat cause I'm always overheating so dump me in a box then into the nice cool earth.
     
  11. Pink

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    This is fascinating, thank you for sharing.
    We all know what cremation is, but I doubt many people think about the process in full.
    I'm interested in those bio friendly alternatives. Like "becoming a tree" just appeals to me so much more than sitting useless in the ground or in a jar on someones mantle.
     
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  12. tramboliko

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    wow, ecodeath sounds fun ......
     
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    maggots like your comment.
     
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  14. Honest One

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    No doubt. :D
     

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