Skip to comments.The macabre concept of a 'euthanasia roller coaster' that thrills you... then kills you
Posted on 03/10/2012 8:33:57 AM PST by Para-Ord.45
An engineer has come up with macabre rollercoaster concept where passengers are thrilled and then killed.
The chilling Euthanasia Coaster is a theoretical machine engineered to humanely, with elegance and euphoria, take the life of a human being.
It is designed to subject the rider to a series of unique experiences from euphoria to thrill and from tunnel vision to loss of consciousness.
When travelling at 100m/s, the passenger would then pass away following a lack of oxygen reaching the brain.
The surreal structure is the brainchild of Lithuanian engineer Julijonas Urbonas.
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Okay, this nonsense has got to stop.
I’m at a loss for words.
Soylent green is people!
You first, Julijonas. Do let us know how it goes.
That’s just creepy.
...the brainchild of Lithuanian engineer Julijonas Urbonas.Obviously this is the humane way to balance the budget without raising taxes. You do want that, right? /s
Because gas chambers are so....you know.....boring.
Nothing but trouble - Mr Bonestripper.
Nope, a huge incline and corresponding drop to get up to speed, followed by a series of loops in decreasing radius, akin to a corkscrew but it actually looks like concertina wire, appropriately. Death would be due to hypoxia.
“You have expired. Report to ‘carousel’ immediately.”
This is reminiscent of the invention of the most humane way to put people to death of its time, the guillotine.
“Carousel” Logans’ Run That scifi with FF wherein no one can live past their 30th bday. It was a ride that zotted the birthday boys and girls.
My immediate thought, too.
Someone needs to remake that movie.
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