Dissolving the Dead vs. Cremation

Buddhaman

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I know Mike personally. It’s a pretty cool process and he’s been excited to get it up and running. He’s far from a lefty but he sees the benefits the process provides. Lower energy costs for him which means lower costs to families. Plus more remains are recovered over traditional cremation.
 

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Nothing new. Just ask the Cartel.

Sinaloa Cartel enforcer ‘The Stewmaker’ who DISSOLVED hundreds of bodies in acid to be freed from jail after just 10yrs

A CARTEL gangster who dissolved hundreds of people in vats of acid is set to be FREED from prison after just 10 years.

Santiago Meza Lopez — aka El Pozolero or The Stewmaker — confessed to helping the Sinaloa Cartel dissolve countless dead bodies in acid in order to make them disappear.

The gangster spent years dissolving bodies at the Chicken Coop

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The gangster spent years dissolving bodies at the Chicken Coop
Thousands of fragments of bone — believed to be The Stewmaker's leftovers — have been uncovered by cops

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Thousands of fragments of bone — believed to be The Stewmaker's leftovers — have been uncovered by cops
The Stewmaker was first captured in 2009, and was sentenced to a decade in prison in 2012.

But he is set to be released this year.

Hundreds of people disappear every year because of drug cartel-related violence in Mexico.

It is thought Lopez used barrels of acid to dissolve thousands of people for the SinaloaCartel.

He was known to work across at least 10 locations in Tijuana, Mexico, most notably the Chicken Coop farm near the US border.

The gangster spent years dissolving bodies, and at some point even constructed a drainage system where he could dispose of the waste.


 

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A cremation is supposed to take about 28 gallons of fuel.

So the chemicals that they use for the liquid cremation and price of the energy to pulverize the bones costs less than the 28 gallons of fuel?

It kind of comes across like the EV pitch. The final user puts off less pollution during day to day use but no talk on the negative affects of everything needed to get to the point of daily use.

I wonder how much in carbon emissions is put out if they just burn me over a pile of black jack fire wood. Don’t forget to figure in the pint of two stroke gas use to cut it up minus all of the carbon credits the tree put out for the last 60 years to get there.
 

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