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Old Tue, Jan-28-20, 12:13
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Originally Posted by GRB5111
Related anecdotes from the Fathead blog of Tom Naughton:

That was quite enjoyable! Thanks.
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Old Wed, Jan-29-20, 19:27
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Originally Posted by doreen T
Human composting has already been legalized in Washington state, and is currently under consideration in other jurisdictions across US and Canada, including BC. The process differs from "green burial" where the non-embalmed body is buried au naturel in a permanent plot. What can and can't be done with composted human remains falls under the same laws and regulation as cremated remains .. possibly even stricter. Read more here .. A green death: Is human composting or natural burial for you?.

No convoys of trucks laden with human corpses to be made into Soylent Green .. or food fertilizer That is vegan propaganda at its worst, IMO . If vegans are worried about their food being grown in animal remains, it's already being done .. not just manure, but also composted livestock (intentional) and decomposed wildlife (accidental) that are hacked and chopped to bits by machinery during tillage, planting and harvesting processes. But to suggest human remains will be used in commercial agriculture is science fiction at best, and scare-mongering at worst.

Thank you, Doreen. People see the word "compost" & immediately think the human remains are going in the garden. It was an unfortunate word choice. I'm still trying to convince my husband that so-called composting of bodies is a good thing.
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Old Thu, Jan-30-20, 09:20
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We have to call their bluff, and spread the word, before the demand for meat gets so low that they plow up the pastures to grow corn and soy.

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