|Title||Nitschke's "Suicide Machine" Draws Crowds at Amsterdam Funeral Fair|
|Date||Monday April 16, @06:03AM|
|from the and-thanks-for-all-the-fish dept.|
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Euthanasia advocate displays 'Sarco', a pod that fills with nitrogen, which he hopes will one day be available as a 3D-printable device
Called the "Sarco", short for sarcophagus, the 3D-printed machine invented by Australian euthanasia activist Philip Nitschke and Dutch designer Alexander Bannink comes with a detachable coffin, mounted on a stand that contains a nitrogen canister.
"The person who wants to die presses the button and the capsule is filled with nitrogen. He or she will feel a bit dizzy but will then rapidly lose consciousness and die," said Nitschke. The Sarco was a device "to provide people with a death when they wish to die," Nitschke said.
printed from SoylentNews, Nitschke's "Suicide Machine" Draws Crowds at Amsterdam Funeral Fair on 2018-09-25 01:06:11