The FDA has allowed nanoparticles into the food supply under the Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) provision, claiming that they are no more dangerous that their larger counterparts. Human trials for consumable nanotechnology is currently happening and is hidden in the public food supply. Animal studies show nanoparticles change the way out bodies absorb certain minerals.
Twenty states allow alkaline hydrolysis, known as ‘water cremation’ that is achieved by submerging a body in a solution of heated water and lye. After a matter of hours, everything but the bones dissolve into a liquid made up of water, salt and other components that go down the drain. It is mixed with the sewer water and the bio-sludge is used for fertilizer in factory farms, gardens, schoolyards and lawns to save the government money for toxic waste disposal.