That’s the purpose of the “Euthanasia Coaster,” a giant big-dipper design aimed at taking its passengers through a series of extreme drops and loops that would create euphoria and then kill them by starving the brain of oxygen.
Lithuanian Engineer Julijonas Urbonas, designed the Euthanasia Coaster in 2010 as a Ph.D. candidate in design interactions at the Royal College of Art in London.
The concept didn't get as much support as he had hoped. “Such a machine has nothing to do with true euthanasia,” says Derek Humphry, President of the Euthanasia Research & Guidance Organization. “A good death is at home, with family, and a doctor present to relieve pain.”
The idea didn't come into fruition, however, because nobody wanted to support or give commercial interest to the Deadly Rollercoaster. Urbonas said, however, that as an artist, it was merely a concept and if society is ready for a monumental death ride then he'd happily give his design to the public.
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