Hemp Can Still Save the World

So if you watch the news these days – or even the talk show comedian version of the news – you might notice the world is on fire. The forests are burning and the icecaps are melting and the ocean levels are rising and the seas are warming and there’s a massive die off of animal life and nobody seems to know what to do about it. I’ve been thinking about this – and doing research on it – for a long time, and I have a few thoughts. The first thought is that one should familiarize one’s self with the problem of human-caused climate destabilization – I have a link here that will provide you with the basics.

https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2014/12/05/four-reasons-why-i-got-busted-fighting-pipelines-and-why-you-should-do-same/

The second thing you should do is to look into solutions. Not the “release a virus and kill half of humanity” type of solution, and not nuclear power, either – that’s a scam. 

https://www.cannabisculture.com/content/2014/01/07/can-hemp-marijuana-and-mushrooms-fix-fukushima-part-3-dangers-nuclear-power/

The solution to human-caused climate destabilization is hemp ethanol. What is hemp ethanol, you ask? Read on … 

In 1985, Jack Herer published the first version of his epic work, “The Emperor Wears No Clothes”. It was a collection of facts about cannabis that had never been assembled before in one package.

Facts such as how it could provide the best medicine, best food, best fabric, the best construction material and the best fuel on Earth – and how the government has been lying about it’s supposed dangers for decades. He distributed “Emperor” all over the United States – sometimes right outside high schools – which got media attention.

The most subversive thing about Herer’s book was the part where it talked about climate destabilization and Hemp’s ability to re-stabilize the climate;

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