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Casper Dictum

Johann Ludwig Casper was a German forensic scientist, criminologist, pathologist, paediatrician, pharmacologist, professor, and author who lived from 11 March 1796 to 24 February 1864. He proposed a consistent ratio of the time required for a body to putrefy in various substances – 1:2:8 in air, water, and earth. This became known as Casper's Dictum.
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