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Re: Cremation or burial? -Reply



There is not much mercury in dental fillings
anymore and the cremation process should fully
incinerate any formaldehyde, which is an
oxygenated fuel!  Population control, via birth
control and plain old abstinence, is a needed
solution for much of the human generated
pollution -- population causes pollution -- note
that all high density population areas have
pollution problems including air pollution --
people off gas continually, and frequently
discharge liquid pollutants and solid waste!

Ralph

Ralph E. Cooper, Ph.D., J.D.
14139 Woodstream
San Antonio, TX 78231
210-479-5490
-----Original Message-----
From: Lin K. Hill <l_hill@des.state.nh.us>
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net
<p2tech@great-lakes.net>; K968048@kingston.ac.uk
<K968048@kingston.ac.uk>
Date: Friday, October 15, 1999 8:16 AM
Subject: Cremation or burial? -Reply


>Isn't birth control the real P2 answer to this
problem....?
>
>An interesting aside- I have been told that in
many places in Germany
>there is limited space for burial plots, so you
can bury someone in a
>graveyard, but you only "rent" the space for 25
years. Then they figure
>you have returned your carbon to the earth, and
they plop someone
>down on top of you. Interesting reuse of the land
at any rate.
>
>Burial also eliminates the volatization of the
mercury in dental fillings into
>the air... not to mention the formaldehyde for
preservation. But then they
>don't get to sprinkle your ashes anywhere
interesting either.....
>lkh
>