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(BBC)   New "flameless cremation" machine uses hot potassium hydroxide under pressure to reduce remains to a fine, white powder. Pretty basic, really   ( bbc.co.uk) divider line
    More: Interesting, hydrogen peroxide, Stillwater  
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2012-08-19 12:48:44 PM  
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Sandy Sullivan, chief executive officer of Resomation Ltd, said the machine was running very efficiently after some fine-tuning zombie issues.
2012-08-19 12:43:46 PM  
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I hear the best solution is to feed them to pigs.
2012-08-19 10:57:50 AM  
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Likes the idea.
2012-08-19 04:22:42 PM  
1 vote:
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2012-08-19 03:08:47 PM  
1 vote:
You can use uncle Teddys ashes to make a fine soap.

Uncle Teddy used to make you feel so dirty. Now when he touches you you will feel nothing but clean!
2012-08-19 02:02:20 PM  
1 vote:
2012-08-19 01:57:13 PM  
1 vote:
Hey, yose guys with the machine over there.

Yeah, needs one of them in my house in Yonkers.

I'll pay cash. I'm good like that.

Do you deliver at night?
2012-08-19 01:21:55 PM  
1 vote:
And, this being Fark, I expect a bunch of bad chemistry puns and caustic comments.
2012-08-19 12:39:49 PM  
1 vote:
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This is like, relevant to my interests, man.
2012-08-19 10:47:30 AM  
1 vote:
It uses potassium hydroxide, which is not the same as hydrogen peroxide, and subby is a dumbass.
2012-08-19 09:45:49 AM  
1 vote:

miss diminutive: Mercury from amalgam vaporised in crematoria is blamed for a proportion of airborne mercury emissions worldwide.

Interesting, I had no idea.

Why are we still using mercury fillings in the first place? The negative health effects are pretty well understood at this point.

because this
2012-08-19 09:02:48 AM  
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I can dig it.
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