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New Hampshire Wants to Liquify Your Remains

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Dearly Beloved – whether or not the New Hampshire House reconsiders dissolving human bodies as an end of life choice, the subject is raising interest beyond the grave! 

Proponents say it is far more environmentally friendly than either burial or cremation, and probably less expensive! A soapy solution of lye, 300 degrees of heat and 60 pounds of pressure per square inch will render you into a dark liquid with the consistency of motor oil. Zoom zoom!

If the third time is the charm, perhaps the Granite State will vote to join Maine, California and Florida.

[CBSBoston]

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