Microsis - The Stench Of The World... As A Human Body Decomposition... FLAC album
Title: The Stench Of The World... As A Human Body Decomposition...
Style: Grindcore, Noise, Punk
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Decomposition is the process by which organic substances are broken down into simpler organic matter. The process is a part of the nutrient cycle and is essential for recycling the finite matter that occupies physical space in the biosphere. Bodies of living organisms begin to decompose shortly after death. Animals, such as worms, also help decompose the organic materials. Organisms that do this are known as decomposers.
As a Human Body Decomposition. Ultra Facial Deformation by a Deep Squashing. 5. The Exquisite Odour of the Splattered Human Offals. 6. Mutilated Testicles (Violent Headache cover). 7. Giant Necrotic Tumour Swollen of Worms and Dense Liquid.
A fresh decomposition is called autolysis. It is the formation of liquids. That doesn’t even happen until the dead body is four days old. Decay is marked by the breaking down of the body. Bacteria, fungi, and protozoa begin to move in, as insect and possibly animal activity begins to become more rampant. The darker the color of the body, the longer the person has been dead. Also evident are blisters or skin slippage. Skeletonization or diagenesis is the final stage. The moisture in the body is lost. The bones are visually evident
According to Daniel Wescott, an anthropology professor at Texas State and the director of the body farm, What we really want to figure out is, at a basic level, how decomposition works. There’s a whole little ecosystem going on right here. Then, read up on the five worst killing fields in America.
Decomposition can be roughly divided into four stages: the fresh stage, the bloated stage, the active decay stage and the advanced decay stage. The fresh stage of decay kicks off about four minutes after death. Once the heart has stopped beating, the cells in the body are deprived of oxygen. The second stage of decay occurs as a result of the action of micro-organisms. The sulfur-containing compounds that the bacteria release also cause discolouration of the skin, giving it a yellow-green hue.
Because of water content, the human body contains more oxygen by mass than any other element, but more hydrogen by atom-fraction than any element. The elements listed below as "Essential in humans" are those listed by the (US) Food and Drug Administration as essential nutritients, as well as six additional elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen (the fundamental building blocks of life on Earth), sulfur (essential to all cells) and cobalt (a necessary component of vitamin B12). Of the remaining 34, it is not known how many occur in the human body.
Human decomposition is a natural process involving the breakdown of organic tissue after death. While the rate of human decomposition varies due to several factors, including weather, temperature, moisture, pH and oxygen levels, cause of death and body position, all human bodies follow the same four stages of human decomposition. Adipocere is a hard, waxy substance formed by decomposing fat mixing with moisture. It covers much of the body, creating a sort of natural embalming that can protect the corpse from further decomposition. Because of this, bodies have been retrieved from cold waters after weeks, remaining in-tact. How Do The Stages of Human Decomposition Affect The Site of an Unattended or Traumatic Death?
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|3||Massive Pulmonary Phtisic Thrombosis|
|4||Ultra Facial Deformation By A Deep Squashing|
|5||The Exquisite Odour Of The Splattered Human Offals|
Written-By – Violent Headache
|7||Giant Necrotic Tumour Swollen Of Worms And Dense Liquid|
|8||Humilliating Defleshment - Eyes Gouged Out|