Friday, May 18, 2007

Hemp, the solution to global warming, is illegal!

What would you do if you knew that the solution to global was illegal? With the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2007, it may not be for long. But until then, we have literally been legislated to death with allowable pollution levels. If we want a chance at living, we've got to radically change the way we interact with the environment.

The solution to global warming is to reduce the excess CO2 gases from the air. It's a cause and effect thing.

I write this with the assumption that folks want to solve the problem of global warming rather than get caught up in a pointless conversation of blame, source and possibility. We’ve run out of time for such silly games.

Hemp is a biomass champion that scrubs the air of the excess greenhouse gas CO2 as it grows. Beginning by growing on only 20% of unused federal land, plus independent growing, could have an impact. Harvesting some of the ice bergs breaking off the poles could provide clean, fresh water for irrigation in baron areas.

As biofuel, hemp burns clean and is four times more efficient than corn. Anything that toxic energy (nuclear, oil, gas, coal, etc.) can do, hemp can do better, cleaner and more efficiently from powering a home to flying a plane.

Since hemp is wind and not bee pollinated it can also assist as a supplemental food source in case the bees don't return.

The solution, hemp, is illegal. Hemp was made that way by the toxic energy and other special interests.

There is no shortage of uses for the hemp crops after they’ve grown. Hemp can help heal our economy with new products and saved energy costs. Hemp reduces the main source of illness, stress. Hemp is a tree saver when used as paper pulp. Hemp is a fantastic fabric and has over 50,000 other constructive uses.

The hempification process will empower the family farmer and all ancillary small businesses by bringing energy production back into the hands of the people. Energy created, from plant to power, in the same community. If we can put hemp growth, processing and wisely projected market needs on Microsoft’s new version of Project Manager, coordinated via the Departments of Agriculture, Energy and others, we can take this step to reduce the excess CO2 levels in the atmosphere now.

For more information I urge you to read the book or see the video posted on Google, Yahoo and YouTube HEMP FOR VICTORY: A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION by Richard M. Davis of the USA Hemp Museum.

My questions are:

1. Davis’s book explains how hemp can help solve the problem of global warming How can we work together to re-establish the World War II program of Hemp For Victory?

2. How can folks better support the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2007, in congressional committee now?

3. To repeat my opening question, what would you do if you knew that the solution to global warming was illegal?

The bees are going. The planet is heating up. The cancer rates are rising. And the band just keeps playing on.

We have literally been legislated to death by toxic energy domination. Only we can save ourselves.

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