Aquatank wrote:I only found number 5 "hair in pizza dough" gross, but since most things can be broken down chemically its probably not as bad as it sounds. I've read cooking recipes that would make many people worldwide squeemish (and I'm not talking about microlivestock) but are actually quite healthy for you if one can get over the "yuck" factor.
Human Waste for doors is kind of silly since dirt would probably do just as good, but properly treated Human Waste as a source fertilizer & biogas is great.
Its the culturally biased "yuck" factor that causes problems, some places things are easilly accepted others they are not. Many people would find the thermal depolymerization of human corpses horrific but its far less wasteful of raw esources than most burial practices and in the end it'd produce water and many raw materials that could be used in a variety of industries. Already most of us smear products made from human placenta on our bodys in the form of hypoallergenic creams and soaps. Like I said its just a matter of getting over the "Yuck" factor. Believe me I know, I'd have trouble working in a butcher shop, but I still eat burger.
Humans Have 101 Uses For Human Waste.
Waste Not, Want Not:
Scientists makes meat from poo
The livestock industry is responsible for around 18 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, due largely in part to emission of methane from the animals. But researchers in Japan may have a solution - that may be a little difficult to stomach.
http://www.thegreenpages.com.au/Environ ... ent_burger
Recycling Organic human Waste, is cheap .... & effective way to reduce green house gases & pollution over all.
Some companies are making bricks from sewage sludge, too. A French company manufactures Ecobrique that uses sewage sludge to create ceramic building material. The sludge is partially dried and mixed with clay to create bricks or lightweight concrete. They are then fired at kilns to make them hardy and lightweight like conventional building materials.
Making Biogas from Human Waste
http://www.appropedia.org/Making_Biogas ... uman_Waste
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