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It looks beatiful.  I can’t wait to die in it.  Someday, you might find yourself saying these words if you are wealthy enough.  You can just hop aboard your jet to Switzerland and buy yourself a suicide pod that will take you through the joy of life and fruition of everything while it kills you.

You can have your last moments in whatever way you like, and then be knocked unconscious and suffocated to death.  Afterwards, the thing you died in will be removed.  But, don’t worry, that’s your biodegradable coffin.  That’s right, you’re being recycled, friend, just as you hoped you would be.

This seems good.

I can’t wait until the public models allow the state to ‘encourage’ the burdensome to pod it, so to speak.  You can do it, or pod it, and we, the state, might eventually decide.  But that would never happen, right?

3D-printed suicide pods are now legal in Switzerland

From metro.co.uk
2021-12-06 15:23:22
Anugraha Sundaravelu
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The Sarco suicide capsule will be used for assisted suicide. (Credits: Matteor)

The Sarco suicide capsule, to be used in assisted suicide, has passed legal review in Switzerland and may legally be operated in the country.

Switzerland has allowed assisted suicide with unselfish motives since 1942.

Assisted suicide is different from active euthanasia which is still illegal in Switzerland.

However, supplying the means for committing suicide is legal, as long as the action which directly causes death is performed by the one wishing to die.

The ‘Sarco’ machine has been developed by Exit International, a non-profit organisation advocating for the legalisation of voluntary euthanasia and assisted suicide.

‘It’s a 3-D printed capsule, activated from the inside by the person intending to die. The machine can be towed anywhere for the death. It can be in an idyllic outdoor setting or in the premises of an assisted suicide organisation, for example,’ ….

Once activated, the capsule floods the interior with nitrogen and rapidly reduces oxygen, causing the individual to lose consciousness and, ultimately, pass away without choking or panicking.

Once the process is complete, the biodegradable capsule can then be detached from the machine’s base in order to serve as the deceased person’s coffin.

 

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