Seven interesting things you can do with your body after death


2018-06-04 13:00:10




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Seven interesting things you can do with your body after death

Many aspects of our life in the future will be different. Our cars can fly. Perhaps we will live on Mars. You may be able to revive extinct species. Sounds interesting, isn't it? Well, for someone maybe, but we all will eventually die. Do not change (probably). However, in the future will be interesting to diversify the process of his own funeral. In the end, the last human desire — the law. And after death there is nothing interesting. Your body plunges three meters underground in a wooden coffin, decomposes and becomes food for microorganisms. It remains only a pile of bones.

How can I decorate this unenviable fate? Let's look at a futuristic and exotic options the funeral.


to Go into space after death

Launch cremated remains into space is becoming more and more popular trends in the United States. Mesoloft company that specializiruetsya at the launch of human remains to a height of about 24 084 metres (80 000 feet), using balloons is one of the many businesses that offer you to go after death into the sky. But why?

Alex Clements of Melosoft says simply: "I think people are tired stowed in a wooden box in the ground."

Once at an altitude of 24 384 meters, is still far from the real space, which starts from a height of 100,000 feet — the robot running Arduino launches your ashes into the atmosphere, recording a small video that can be shared with friends and family at the funeral.


Retire in a futuristic Buddhist temple

Services funeral agencies in Japan are extremely expensive. However futuristic the cemetery called "Ruritan" in a Buddhist temple Sokokuji in Tokyo offers a more affordable option: locker for cremated remains and a small statue of the Buddha with light (see image above). It is steeper than it looks, believe me.

As reported by Motherboard, the temple is more than 2000 of these statues lined up in a row. Just behind these are kept the remains of people. Using the system of smart cards, visitors can store information about your forgetful departed dear ones: we need a statue will light up, welcoming their "family".

How about this idea? 6600 dollars in one place, and also annual maintenance in the amount of $ 80. Believe me, the traditional funeral in Japan cost much more — tens of thousands of dollars.


Turn your remains into diamonds

There is a reason they are sometimes called "blood diamonds" and lots of blood is shed in the process of production, refinement, sale, cutting and gluing a piece of shiny precious jewelry item. But there are alternatives. Moissanite, for example, is an artificial diamond, which sparkles as brightly. And now you (technically, your dead body) will be able to Shine like a diamond.

Exactly. Your cremated remains can be squeezed in a diamond on industrial machine.

According to LifeGem, who are the owners the only production factory of diamonds in the United States, the process involves heat extracted from the remains of carbon to a high temperature and placing it under special diamond press. After cutting and polishing on the diamond can be cut initials or other identifiers. Romance.


to continue to live in the coral reef

If you prefer to have your remains have served a more useful purpose — for example, protecting the fragile underwater ecosystem — and they can be attached to the "refolo". This ball simulates natural reef material and allows marine life to cling to him.

The Development of such balls is engaged in the company Eternal Reefs. It uses a special blend of concrete and combines it with your cremated remains. Once immersed in the ocean, the reef ball in concrete and your body will attract marine life and provide yet another shelter from the hardships of fate.


to Allow the mushrooms to eat your corpse

Despite the fact that to look at (pardon the pun), like a decaying body forms a natural environment with nutrients for other, unpleasant, these are the laws of nature. But if the pump body with formaldehyde and to use abiarazlea materials in clothing, the mixture will not break up dozens, if not hundreds of years.

Artist ja rim Lee and CEO Ceoio found more friendly to the Earth alternative to traditional Western burial. She invented the Infinity Burial Suit: suit for full body that grows mushrooms, is able to digest nails, hair and bones. Spores of these "eternal mushroom" is entered in the clothes of the corpse, which greatly accelerates the process of decomposition.


to be Buried on the floating island

If the suburban cemetery too boring for you, think about moving to Hong Kong. Once there, you will be able to be buried aboard the "Floating eternity" — sea cemetery, which was created specifically to counterbalance the growing number of deaths in Hong Kong.

Although technically it is not available for customers floating the cemetery can hold the ashes of 370 000 people. The project involved architectural company BREAD, which designed a circular track that allows you to see the cemetery from any angle.


to Rise, thanks to artificial intelligence

Okay, what to do with your physical body, we have already discussed. But what about your consciousness? Download of consciousness into the Network is still science fiction. But at least to raise consciousness is impossible, you can recreate your version, which will operate (at least approximately) as you.

Various companies like the Swedish Fenix Begraving use clever algorithms AI for interactive digital personalities, built on the basis of the dead. As they say in Fenix, terrible on-air personality as it allows you to "hear the voice from the other world".

While a digital copy of a person can imitate only read to the deceased person, but in the future, Fenix hopes to expand functionality. The algorithm feeds on social networks, conversations in chat rooms and even e-mail people.



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