alkaline hydrolysis

A controversial process called “alkaline hydrolysis,” where the bodies of dead people are liquified using a mixture of water, heat, and chemical agents, is being approved for use in states across America.

The latest state to contemplate using the body disposal method is Wisconsin, which just approved Senate Bill 228 that authorizes the practice.

The Republican-led Senate of Wisconsin passed the bill, which states, “A person may use the process of alkaline hydrolysis to cremate human remains only if the person is registered as a crematory authority by the Department of Safety and Professional Services. The bill places the use of alkaline hydrolysis for cremating human remains under generally the same requirements that apply under current law to conventional cremation.” Read More at Info Wars.

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