Body dissolving equipment under development hints at Breaking Bad
We’ve reeled from the shocking experience as the mighty Heisenberg went on to master the art of melting bodies in highly concentrated acidic concoctions. Now we’re hearing about a more realistic approach of such a kind taking shape in our midst. A reports states that scientists are developing a tiny electronic device that can dissolve bodies after ‘they have been worked upon’. Can convenience have a better analogy? On the positive side, this technology can help in disposing off bodies in a world that’s always out of graves as well as aid in medicines. Head after the jump to read the full report.
“Scientists have created ultra-thin electronic devices that can ‘melt away’ in the body once their job is done. A new study published in the journal Science, details how scientists have created a tiny, fully functional electronic device capable of vanishing within their environment, like in the body or in water, once they are no longer needed or useful. There are already implants that dispense drugs or provide electrical stimulation but they do not dissolve. The latest creation is an early step in a technology that may benefit not only medicine, like enabling the development of medical implants that don’t need to be surgically removed or the risk of long-term side effects, but also electronic waste disposal.”