There is an ecological alternative in giving deceased loved ones their final resting place.

Creative Ideas presents this option that you may want to consider.

First, the body is frozen in liquid nitrogen.

Then it is placed in a machine with a vibratng base that make the body disintegrate.

The remains are then freeze-dried to remove any remaining moisture.

The dried particles are the separated in a machine that turns it into a solid block.

The block can be buried betweeb 12 and 20 inches underground.

After six months, the block turns into fertile soil that can allow a tree to grow.

This can be the future of burial sites.

Growing a tree at the site gives a new meaning to life after death.

Could this ecological alternative replace traditional burial sites?By :

Posted by Creative Ideas on Saturday, November 4, 2017



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