Ever wonder what happens after we die? How do cells die?
What makes a stiff stiff? You can find out about how all
this exciting stuff happens by reading this article. A
chart summarizes a way to estimate the time of death.
Decomposition is also charted out for the reader's
One of my favorite sayings when I am bored is "I can feel the rigor mortis
setting in." I decided to see what the Internet had to offer on the subject
and this article came up in the search.
I love the way the charts summarize the body temperature of a corpse and
decomposition. I hope I don't die after I work out because decomposition
happens faster if the body temperature is raised. Dying when it is cold is also
a way to slow the nasty decomposition process. Seeing a stiff on the street is
a real possibility, and now with the knowledge you have gained you can guess
how long that person has been dead.
I do not recommend reading this when you are eating. Of course it can be used
as a way to help one diet. Just check out the second chart when you feel
tempted to break your weight reduction plan.