Once upon a time, people in Western society would invest their time into developing ways to heal people, enrich their lives, and restore their bodies to natural law. Now, we invent sleek new machines for people to commit suicide with.

According to LifeNews, the new "Sarco capsule" from Australia's top euthanasia activist, offers people a fresh and easy new way to kill themselves without the presence of any doctor.

"The machine will allow anyone who has the access key to end their life by simply pressing a button," reports LN. "Developed in the Netherlands by Nitschke and an engineer, the machine can be 3D printed and assembled in any location."

After taking an online mental questionnaire, people are then provided with a four-digit access code to help build the Sarco capsule. Here's how it works: people wishing to go into the great beyond will lie inside the capsule which will then slowly deplete the oxygen level with the use of liquid nitrogen. Shortly after a few minutes, people pass on to the afterlife to meet their maker.

When the person lies in the capsule, he can activate it and liquid nitrogen will rapidly drop the oxygen level, leading to death in a few minutes.

"Design criteria for the Sarco will be free, made open-source, and placed on the internet," reports LN.

Nitschke believes that the Sarco capsule will usher in a new era of rational people ending their lives in peaceful ways without the use of doctors or drugs.

“Sarco does not use any restricted drugs, or require any special expertise such as the insertion of an intravenous needle," says Nitschke. "Anyone who can pass the entry test, can enter the machine and legally end their life."

No "restricted drugs" or needles? So long as it involves no animal testing or contributes to climate change, progressives will love the Sarco capsule.