Raymond Wolff | lifesitenews.com
The Wisconsin Senate has approved a new bill that allows for dead bodies to be dissolved in a chemical bath, disposed of like sewage, and spread all over food crops as “biosludge.”
Senate Bill 228 authorizes a practice known as “alkaline hydrolysis” that essentially liquefies corpses through “water cremation” using a mixture of water, heat and chemical agents. The only thing left behind are the bones, reports indicate.
Once liquefied, these human remains are then dumped into the sewer system or boiled off, while the bones are crushed and deposited into an urn.