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    what about a cadaver ?

    my other thread inspired me to start it .l personally dont want to donate my body to science because İ dont .dont expect to hear reasonable explanations from me because it is more sensitive part of donation in my opinion .


    but l appreciate anyone who decides to do it too.

    as a side note İ know some unbelievers want neither to be buried nor to be creamated and they decide to donate their body to medical science.

    l would like to hear their ideas about it.
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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    I have no preference between burial and cremation, funeral or no funeral, and I am an organ donor, but no, I would not donate my whole body to science.

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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    I am the non religious person. But I do not want to donate my body to science neither.

    If I die in an accident then I could donate my non damaged organs. I have an athlete stamina, condition, and physique.

    If I die when I am old though, I have different ideas about what should be done with the remains. The idea is to issue the body to animals or fish that would consume it whole to the bone (e.g., wild boar, shark, etc). After either 2 hours or a day later the shark or wild boar should be served to pregnant women as a feast. As a reward these woman could be financially rewarded for participation (besides the meal).

    So the idea is that perhaps the energy could pass from me, to the animal, to women, and their babies. Basically parts of me, however small, might be come useful in another fresh life.
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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    my other thread inspired me to start it .l personally dont want to donate my body to science because İ dont .dont expect to hear reasonable explanations from me because it is more sensitive part of donation in my opinion .


    but l appreciate anyone who decides to do it too.

    as a side note İ know some unbelievers want neither to be buried nor to be creamated and they decide to donate their body to medical science.

    l would like to hear their ideas about it.
    I would give my deceased body to medical research.
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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    I am the non religious person. But I do not want to donate my body to science neither.

    If I die in an accident then I could donate my non damaged organs. I have an athlete stamina, condition, and physique.

    If I die when I am old though, I have different ideas about what should be done with the remains. The idea is to issue the body to animals or fish that would consume it whole to the bone (e.g., wild boar, shark, etc). After either 2 hours or a day later the shark or wild boar should be served to pregnant women as a feast. As a reward these woman could be financially rewarded for participation (besides the meal).

    So the idea is that perhaps the energy could pass from me, to the animal, to women, and their babies. Basically parts of me, however small, might be come useful in another fresh life.
    nat geo do you watch it ?

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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    I always planned to be an organ donor, but I'm using everything up pretty fast here and also want a "green" funeral with no embalming if possible. Recently, saw a great Egyptian museum exhibition and thought to myself after seeing the canopic jars, I thought, "Nope."

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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    I always planned to be an organ donor, but I'm using everything up pretty fast here and also want a "green" funeral with no embalming if possible. Recently, saw a great Egyptian museum exhibition and thought to myself after seeing the canopic jars, I thought, "Nope."
    did you also see body world exhibitions ?
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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    nat geo do you watch it ?

    Yes I do. I always wondered whether this idea was practiced somewhere. Did it state in Nat Geo where or whom may have practiced that sort of a ritual?
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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Yes I do. I always wondered whether this idea was practiced somewhere. Did it state in Nat Geo where or whom may have practiced that sort of a ritual?
    l dont know and thats why l asked you about it

    it seems fantastic
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    Re: what about a cadaver ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    my other thread inspired me to start it .l personally dont want to donate my body to science because İ dont .dont expect to hear reasonable explanations from me because it is more sensitive part of donation in my opinion .


    but l appreciate anyone who decides to do it too.

    as a side note İ know some unbelievers want neither to be buried nor to be creamated and they decide to donate their body to medical science.

    l would like to hear their ideas about it.
    When I die, I will not care at all what is done with my body. However, I have it set up so that now my body will be first offered up for organ donors. Hopefully I could save somebody's life. After that, the rest of me can go to science. When they're done with you, they pay to have your body cremated or buried, then returned to your family. I opted for cremation, and will have that put into a special urn that uses your ashes to make a tree.

    I want my body to better the world in this 3 ways when I'm gone, I'm not going to selfishly demand that it be shoved in the ground and wasted.
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