This chapter speculates on the future developments of funerary rites and rituals and the commemoration of the dead in the U.S. It mentions a company called Alcor that provides a service to the deceased called cryonic preservation which aim to reverse death by reviving molecular activity in the deceased body. It also highlights the growing popularity of cremation in the U.S. as a way of disposing of human remains.
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