Why use precious real estate to bury your beloved family members when these grotesque inhuman dirtbags will convert them into fertilizer. This is going beyond the extremes, will you remember your precious family whenever you pull vegetables from their corpses? How can someone even try to bring this idea to fruition? Anyone in their right mind who has a shred of humanity left might get violent when you bring your ‘concept’ to them at the local town hall. You’d be lucky to get out of there alive. I am very disgusted but not surprised. Will the green goon’s hand over their precious pets that they love more than people over to their grave gardens? I regard most people who hand over their elders to these miniature retirement prisons scum but this angers me.

The Chicago Tribune sadly brings us this filth, “The greenest goodbye: Seattle group wants to compost the dead”:
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust – and corpses to crops?

In Seattle, a local nonprofit group wants to become the world’s first organization to offer as a service human composting, in which the departed are turned into nutrient-rich soil that can be used to grow flowers, trees or food.

Getting there might not be easy.

The Urban Death Project is the brainchild of Seattle architect Katrina Spade, who came up with the concept in 2011. Spade calls composting a meaningful, sanitary and ecological alternative to burial and cremation.

“The idea is to fold the dead back into the city,” she said. “The options we currently have for our bodies are lacking, both from an environmental standpoint, but also, and perhaps more importantly, from a meaning standpoint.”

Spade said she hopes to get the service up and running in three years. But the project has significant legal and regulatory hurdles to surmount before it can get underway.

While the Urban Death Project has developed architectural designs for a human composting facility, the group still has to complete fundraising and find a site to build its facility.

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