Industrial Hemp

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  1. FivepointFive

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    Seems we should make as much as we can out of plant matter.. It locks up carbon

    Steel takes burning ore with coal..makes CO2.. weighs a lot.. recycled steel is less energy intense than fresh?? The Steel Lobby will not want paper hatas and spatulas

    Aluminum is intense.. burn fuel to exctract ore.. similar to steel without the coal being required I believe.. I have no idea of what the emeissions are.. Alcoa should start making things out of plants

    The Cannabis Prohibition was the biggest mistake of modern mankind.. Cannabis won the war on drugs.. iIt could destroy segments of our economy ingrained in our brain aa American (or more recently Chinese)

    Nylon rope is phenomenal.. But the plant based rope can be made cheaper and doesn't involve changing liquid into plastic.. Dupont saw Henry Fords hemp car and fuel and said.. Nope we can't let them smoke dope.. Heasrt is right.. that psychoactive THC will make our daughters sleep with hispanics

    I can go on an on.. I believe it is a game changer.. I really need to spend more time trying to do something with Hemp and less time worrying about Jim Jones Kamikaze Cult 45. If you all can help me with either issue I would appreciate it.

    I am an enginneer and want to get into fibre processing.. Have design on a nueral napkin... but found commercially available ready to go machinery yesterday.. There are several other similar fibres to cannabis.. like jute.. that we sometimes use..


    A CBD farm in Kentucky.. I am amazed the rows are straight.. BTW.. CBD is considered Industrial Hemp.. One can dream of having a medical farm this big. This is from KY Ag Dept How they will enforce them formnot breaking the rules is beyond me.. Looks like pot plants to me.. they flower them

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    i can do this.. Lots of folks can.. Mitch McConnel shut the door on 80 years of Prohibition.. Is Dupont in yet?? I doubt it.. plastic is more expensive

    https://hempindustrydaily.com/mobile-processor-promises-new-fiber-opportunities-hemp-farmers/

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    Imagine increasing the carbon content of everything we use instead of emitting carbon to make it??



    Products should be subsidized by the global carbon bank for% carbon content of a product

    Non Food products only

    Products (like steel and aluminum) that emit carbon in manufacture to make should pay a carbon tax penalty
     
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    Aluminum production requires HUGE amounts of electricity because the process involves electrolysis to plate aluminum on electrodes.

    The new hemp law is great news. It is a versatile fiber that can replace lots of our current need for plastics, among other things.
     
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    Hearst and Dupont said it was way to sustainable and cheap for America back in the 20's.. Tell them the psychoactive reaction will destroy America.. Meanwhile .. look where we are now...

    I credit Mitch McConnell for demonstrating some neural processing capability and reversing the Prohibition that was destroying mankind.. Now the Sister of Man will change everything for the better.. It will disrupt pharma,steel, aluminum , plastic, paper, fuel???.. just about everything

     
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