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Can we PRESERVE and HONOUR our DEAD ?  Walker’s Casket !


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Can we PRESERVE and HONOUR our DEAD ?  Walker’s Casket !

For sometime I have been thinking about it and here is what I say :

This is after viewing the agonizing Research by Archeologists in unearthing the past and I give below the links :

 

 

 

 

It will be nice from now onwards if we can preserve and honour our dead as it should be and not leave it to chance to be counted in future.

Of course many illustrious Personalities must be preserved in a much better way than ordinary folks and suitable monuments erected.

We all live and STRIVE TO MAKE A MARK IN HISTORY but have to die on someday !

That FRAME OF OUR DEAD BODY can be preserved as much as it could be for FUTURE REFERENCE !

There can be two factors : COST & SPACE

The cost of making a lasting and transparent mould to preserve it as it is which can maximum deteriorate into a Skeleton. The deterioration must be arrested at all costs using preservatives, Processes and filling with INERT GAS etc but make sure whatever left is transparently visible for ages to come ! Our Experts can pitch into this design !!

The Space required is between 10 to 20 Cubic Feet per Human Being which should be possible to accommodate by Families / Governments / United Nations !

Perhaps I may not be affected by these LAUDABLE EFFORTS in my LIFETIME but the future Generations are BOUND TO BENEFIT and LEAVE A LASTING IMPRESSION ON EARTH !

In addition some imageries describing the Personalities at the Time of Death and in their Heydays of the Peak of Careers which can be embedded as Side Panels and this Walker’s Casket is a VIRTUAL MONUMENT OF THE PERSONALITIES ! Links and References to the Digital World [Perhaps a GOOGLE GRAVEYARD] can also be depicted !

How nice it will be if we could see the REAL TIME IMAGES of  our past HEROES / WORTHY PERSONALITIES [I deliberately don’t want to mention some and leave out others] !

I remain IN SEARCH OF TRUTH  !

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16 hours ago, Commander said:

The deterioration must be arrested at all costs using preservatives, Processes and filling with INERT GAS etc but make sure whatever left is transparently visible for ages to come ! Our Experts can pitch into this design !!

The Space required is between 10 to 20 Cubic Feet per Human Being which should be possible to accommodate by Families / Governments / United Nations !

Perhaps I may not be affected by these LAUDABLE EFFORTS in my LIFETIME but the future Generations are BOUND TO BENEFIT and LEAVE A LASTING IMPRESSION ON EARTH !

Why must this be done "at all costs"?

Why is this effort "laudable"?

Perhaps answering those questions can lead to an understanding of exactly what your OP pertains to.

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On 2/22/2021 at 7:52 AM, Commander said:

Of course many illustrious Personalities must be preserved in a much better way than ordinary folks and suitable monuments erected.

At least the one's worth remembering...

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On 2/22/2021 at 12:52 AM, Commander said:

There can be two factors : COST & SPACE

I think the space makes the whole premise too costly. And why are we preserving bodies if the intent is to memorialize? How does having the bones make the rest of your memorial better, rather than just costly? Remove the need to preserve the bodies and you make the rest of your idea feasible. We certainly don't need so many dead bodies for reference, but archiving imagery regarding laudable achievements is something we seem predisposed to do.

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4 minutes ago, dimreepr said:

I think that's the best you're going to get; someone who doesn't get into the national team, is unworthy...

When things go wrong, I seem to go bad 
I'm just a soul whose intentions are good 
Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood 

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3 hours ago, Phi for All said:

I think the space makes the whole premise too costly. And why are we preserving bodies if the intent is to memorialize? How does having the bones make the rest of your memorial better, rather than just costly? Remove the need to preserve the bodies and you make the rest of your idea feasible. We certainly don't need so many dead bodies for reference, but archiving imagery regarding laudable achievements is something we seem predisposed to do.

Yes there will be a cost even after Death. But then why live and cause cost to the earth. Honour or dishonour or destroy or Close the cauldron of Memory is all up to us Earthians [you & me]. I agree it is not easy !

1 hour ago, zapatos said:

When things go wrong, I seem to go bad 
I'm just a soul whose intentions are good 
Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood 

I haven't said anywhere that it must be done at all cost ! You may like to read again ! This is a part answer and do you still want any more answers ?

2 hours ago, zapatos said:

Any response to my questions?

Plz see ....

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1 hour ago, Commander said:

Yes there will be a cost even after Death. But then why live and cause cost to the earth.

Why burden the living with the bodies of those past dead? Why not keep the memories alive and let the bodies recycle?

1 hour ago, Commander said:

Honour or dishonour or destroy or Close the cauldron of Memory is all up to us Earthians [you & me].

Whatever that means, does it require dead bodies, or can you achieve the same goals without them? Can you honor a person's deeds and memories without having their dead body requiring eternal maintenance and space?

Are you Walker, and are you trying to sell this to idea to rich folks by using us to advertise?

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1 hour ago, Commander said:

I haven't said anywhere that it must be done at all cost ! You may like to read again ! This is a part answer and do you still want any more answers ?

 

On 2/22/2021 at 1:52 AM, Commander said:

The deterioration must be arrested at all costs

 

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