New body liquefaction unit unveiled for Florida USA - Soylent Green

Published on Jul 26, 2021
"This is the resonator which is basically a chamber (pressure cooker?) unlike flame cremation it's not using
combustion it will use a water and alkaline process and will chemically reduce the body to ash and in a similar time to cremation". He leaves out the part of how you get flushed down the drain and back into the city sewer system and back to the water treatment plant. Aunt Martha could get pressure cooked and flushed on Monday and be in your drink in the form of ice cubes on Thursday. Drink up!
Has anyone ever thought that the water that goes through your toilet is the same water coming out of the tap in the kitchen or to your ice maker? What if it is all just sewer grade water?
If you haven't ever watched Soylent Green, now would be a good time...
The unit, which 'resomates' the body, is billed as a green alternative to cremation and works by dissolving the body in heated alkaline water
The facility has been installed at the Anderson-McQueen funeral home in St Petersburg, and will be used for the first time in the coming weeks. It is hoped other units will follow in the US, Canada and Europe
And for your viewing pleasure, the movie "Soylent Green" will be uploaded and available shortly for your viewing pleasure.
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