freeze-dried people?

She: "There was a discussion on NPR this week about freeze-drying people in liquid nitrogen when they die."
He: "Really? That sounds weird."
She: "It's an environmentally-friendly method of human burial. Once the process is complete sound waves are used to shatter the body into a powder. Once buried, it becomes compost."
He: "That sounds interesting, but still weird."
She: "I'd do it if I could pick music to be used for me."
He: "What song would you choose?"
She: "Getaway by the Stereophonics! Get it?"
He: "Unfortunately, yes."

Photo Credit : GWU Society of Physics Students

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