“Euthanasia Rollercoaster” design goes viral on TikTok – Why you can only ride it once?


“Euthanasia Rollercoaster” design video goes viral on TikTok, and it wows the minds of its users. The deadly race that amassed millions of views was imagined by a designer in 2010.

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More than a decade has passed since the idea of ​​a death race was born, but due to a viral TikTok video, it’s only now that people are aware of its existence.

TikTok content has gone wild since it hit the mainstream as its downloads increase. Specifically, the magnitude of it has reached a relaxation of a body disorder through a filter and, another video, bringing a teenager to burn.

But in a more appalling turn of events, a video now speaks of euthanasia, or the act of self-killing to avoid feeling more pain.

“The roller coaster of euthanasia”

Luke Davidson posted the ten-year-old concept on TikTok. He wrote in his caption: “You can only ride this roller coaster once.” The trip could hold at least 24 passengers.

The now viral TikTok users further explained that: “Once they’re all on board, there’s a slow climb to the top, which is 510 [meters] in the air – it’s just a little smaller than America’s tallest building. “

Plus, since it stops at the top, passengers have the option to go back and choose to live. Also, a button is available to start the journey to end his life.

Death Ride Designer

The designer of the 2010 idea was Julijonas Urbonas, who according to his website, is made up of several hyphens: an engineer, a researcher, a designer and an artist, all at the same time.

Not to mention that he is also an associate professor at the Vilnius Academy of Arts.

According to LadBible, the multi-hyphen dubbed it a “hypothetical death machine in the form of a roller coaster.” In addition, it is intended to kill a person in a “human”, “elegant” and “euphoric” manner.


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How it works?

Urbonas explained that the death ride moves on a track that produces “intensive elements of movement”. It will allow passengers to experience a roller coaster of emotions – of euphoria and thrill – and later – of death.

To illustrate more precisely, at the start, the runners will first be towed gradually to the top of the course. Urbonas says the ride gives people leeway in deciding if they will continue with the unique experience. There will be half a mile before he finally reaches the top.

Once the ride drops steeply from the top, it will go through seven loops, one smaller than the loop before it, resulting in loss of consciousness. According to the designer, the passengers will specifically die of “cerebral hypoxia”, or simply of suffocation.

He said the entire ride certainly numbs a person’s body, which in turn ensures that the roller coaster produces successful euthanasia.

Fortunately, the Rollercoaster Euthanasia is still just a concept.

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