Why does leather goods doesn't decompose as other dead organs do?
Because leather is cured and then maintained. If it's left as raw skin it'll decompose just as fast as any other dead matter, and if it's not maintained then it will eventually fall to bits as well.
by David Stillwell 9 years ago
How long does it take a barbie doll to decompose in a landfill?I was reading online that the estimate is over 1 billion barbie dolls have been produced... though not all of them have plastic bodies... some are made out of porcelain. So how big of an environmental impact would barbie create?
by RolyRetro 9 years ago
Where do all the dead birds go?I have always wondered, as there are so many in the world, surely they should be littering the streets?
by Aime 4 years ago
Is it selfish to choose not to donate your organs after you die?Only 25% of Canadians and less than 40% of Americans are organ donors. Is there any reason for you, as a dead person, to keep your organs that's more important than possibly saving another person's life? Should organ...
by ayaniv 11 years ago
Do you believe in rebirth? Once we die and decompose, how can we get back to life ?
by Dot 6 years ago
Why are most artists not appreciated until they are dead?If the art is spectacular why aren't the artists given the deserved props?
by Cindy Lawson 8 years ago
Do you carry an organ donor card, and if not, why not?With so many people desperate for organs, do you carry a donor card, and if not why not? You won't need the organs after you die, and even if your family don't like the idea of you donating your organs they should respect your wishes. By...
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