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Ionite™ memorial diamonds

Turn Cremation Ashes into Diamonds

LONITÉ™, Switzerland, turns human cremation ashes into diamonds. Cremation diamonds from ashes are made out of 200 g (8 oz) cremation ashes or 10 g human hair (0.4 oz) by using HPHT technology in the LONITÉ laboratory. These «cremation diamonds» or «memorial diamonds», derived from human ashes, are GIA and IGI certified diamonds out of ashes.


Ionite™ – from ashes to diamonds, never lose touch again

Convierta las cenizas de cremación de sus seres queridos en diamantes

LONITÉ ™, Suiza, convierte las cenizas de la cremación humana en diamantes. Los diamantes de cremación de las cenizas están hechos de cenizas de cremación de 200 g (8 oz) o 10 g de cabello humano (0.4 oz) mediante el uso de la tecnología HPHT en el laboratorio LONITÉ. Estos «diamantes de cremación» o «diamantes conmemorativos», derivados de las cenizas humanas, son diamantes certificados por GIA e IGI sin cenizas.


La descubierta de esta novedad absoluta de la tecnologia resulta de la lectura de un texto muy interesante sobre Mineralogia Especulativa, en el blog de Geoff Manaugh, BLDGBLOG. Merece la pena leerlo todo.

It’s hard to resist a headline like this: writing for Nature, Shannon Hall takes us inside “the labs that forge distant planets here on Earth.”


This is the world of exogeology—the geology of other planets—“a research area that is bringing astronomers, planetary scientists and geologists together to explore what exoplanets might look like, geologically speaking. For many scientists, exogeology is a natural extension of the quest to identify worlds that could support life.”


To understand how other planets are made, exogeologists are synthesizing those planets in miniature in the earthbound equipment in their labs. Think of it as an extreme example of landscape modeling. “To gather information to feed these models,” Hall writes, “geologists are starting to subject synthetic rocks to high temperatures and pressures to replicate an exoplanet’s innards.”