(Dark Humor) (Yes, People have thought about this)

"I’m a big fan of composting dead bodies. In just a few months there is nothing but a grey stain. I run mostly static compost piles, only turning them once or twice over a year before spreading them on my orchards or making new gardens. In the turning I mix in some soil. I’ve composted pigs as large as 1,700 lbs. Even the bones and teeth dissolve. The hardest thing to compost is wool on sheep. That lasts a lot longer than everything else. "

"About .89% of us die each year, just under 1%. The US cremation rate is nearing 40%, so 60%+ are buried. 99%+ of burials are in OBCs (Outer Burial Containers), so whether or not the container itself is degradable, the OBC makes that degradation moot."

"For argument’s sake, lets give the average weight at burial 140# (a WAG) and assume that 100% of it is nutrient-based. If we do the math, on a US population of 300 million, that’s 158.5K OBC-inhibited bodies at a total of almost 23 million pounds of HABITAT fertilizer."

Now, The USA uses ~12M tons of Nitrogen fertilizer, and ~4M tons of Phosphate fertilizer. (Iowa esp).

So a total of 16M Tons of fertilizer and natural death rate produces only 23,000,000 (lbs) / 2000 (tons) = 11.5K tons. So normal deaths don't even move the needle.

So let's get serious, and say we're saving the skulls for the giant skull pyramid to commemorate the war, and that 100M is a rough number of 'those who must be eliminated', and that 140 is a poor estimate of average american weight, so that the weight of the skull doesn't matter too much for estimation purposes.

100m * 140 / 2000 = ~7M tons of fertilizer. Which is just under half the yearly demand for the USA. Now, assuming that we compost the remains for 90-120 days, and do a 50/50 mix, we can save about 8M tons of fertilizer.

At $450 a ton, that's 450 * 8M = $3.600,000,000 savings for farmers. Or roughly 3.6B/100M = $36 Per Liberal.

So there you have it.

A liberal is worth #36.