INFINITY BURIAL PROJECT CLUB
Protecting the earth as a community!
Can we commit our bodies to a cleaner, greener Earth, even after death?
The Infinity Burial Project
When we die, 219 toxic pollutants from our bodies get released into the air and harm the environment. The Infinity Burial Project is a way to prevent this from happening by using something called the Infinity Mushroom to decompose bodies, clean the toxins and deliver nutrients to plant roots, leaving clean compost. Studies have shown that this would actually work.
-Observing and analyzing the effects that Infinity Mushrooms have on human bodies
-Experimenting to test the abilities of the Infinity Project
-Participating in various talks and lessons about the Infinity Mushrooms
We will also have refreshments and snacks every meeting! A pizza party will be hosted at the end of the year for those who joined the club!
The Infinity Burial Project Club starts:
Tuesday, Jan. 20th, 3:15-4pm
1150 Dream Crest Road
Room 233Anyone can join! Attend our meeting this Tuesday after school!
Jae Rhim Lee, creator of the Infinity project, wearing the mushroom death suit.
We will be using this suit in our experiments.
An Infinity Mushroom on it's process of consuming toxins
Jae Rhim Lee's nails and hair were taken and tested by these infinity mushrooms. This picture shows that it's working!
Body being cremated after a funeral.
5,000 pounds of mercury from our dental fillings alone are released into the air every year. This causes respiratory problems and cancer. Instead of poisoning the living and further harming the environment, we think there's a better solution.