New technique available for identifying the dead? (GRAPHIC IMAGES AT LINKS)

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  1. facetious

    facetious New Member

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    Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, I'm pretty new here (my first post, woo!), but I saw this video that you all may be interested in...

    It's a short documentary detailing a forensic dentist in Mexico and his new way of "reviving" bodies. He was motivated by the cases of the Girls of Juarez and a cemetary in the area that happens to be full of people who haven't been ID'ed... :( He's been trying to patent the technology for a few years, and when news on that comes back to him he'll be showing governments all over the world. He demonstrates it in the video and it's incredible, the amount that is restored-- the man he restores was identified three months after! I really think this could help.

    *warning-- content inside shows examples of the process -- in brief, he "rehydrates" them with a mixture of water and some other things*

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XztbHTSAyAo

    http://motherboard.vice.com/read/still-life
     
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  3. Tulessa

    Tulessa Active Member

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    Off to watch and read! I love the UID forum. Thanks so much for posting this. :loveyou:
     
  4. Tssiemer

    Tssiemer Well-Known Member

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    I don't know. I watched a good portion of the video I guess it's cool.


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  5. 4SAM

    4SAM Kentucky - Texas - Kansas - Missouri

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    This may sound insensitive, but you know those bracelets that alerts when someone has a medical emergency? I wish that more people would use these, not only in case of medical emergency but for the elderly that live alone, or adulst that are "slow" or mentally handicapped. I would think that having something like that attached to my loved one would help if they were ever lost or God forbid, pershished and was "found" that the bracelet would bring them home.
     
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    I'd love it if those brackets had GPS trackers in them. Nothing sadder to me than seeing those Silver Alerts along the highway when a senior goes missing.


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  7. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ New Member

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    I just watched this...amazing amazing stuff!
    It's really a shame the patent process is holding up the availability of this technique globally.
    Heavy sigh...$$$$ money ruins everything


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