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Would You Wear Clothes Made From Dead People?

fangmcgee (1716754) writes | more than 2 years ago

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fangmcgee (1716754) writes "Kerry Greville believes that the human body has resource potential after death. The Central Saint Martins student, who's pursuing a master's degree in textile futures, is exploring the provocative notion that we can—and should—extract chemical components from cremated remains."
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Too intensive to sift through remains. (1)

wisnoskij (1206448) | more than 2 years ago | (#40376521)

Just use them as fertiliser.

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