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freebeard 06-20-2021 05:02 PM

Hemp Can Save The Planet
 
I'd always liked Cool Planet (and dense thermal depolymerization in general), but they haven't seemed to be going anywhere.

Comes now a new company that folds in government incentives, vertical farming, bio-remediation, flash graphene and hemp to try again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWwQGb5KWXM

Before I move on, one comment. The 'bio-graphene' from their argon-chamber plasma reactor is super beneficial as an amendment to concrete.

Stubby79 06-20-2021 05:24 PM

Is that the correct video? 5 minutes in and I don't see how it relates!

freebeard 06-20-2021 07:26 PM

It went on about a gearshift?

You posted at 1:24 and I edit it to correct the mistake at 1:24. You may try again.

redpoint5 06-21-2021 01:07 AM

Almost tempted to click.

Hemp to save the world is my stumbling block.

freebeard 06-21-2021 02:05 AM

That was the joke.

The humble narrator has the same Prohibitionist mindset.

It's really about vertical farming and dense thermal depolymerization for carbon capture. The could likely grow switchgrass, sugar cane or bamboo with similar results. Hemp is merely optimal.

redpoint5 06-21-2021 03:16 AM

I'm far from prohibitionist, despite the fact that I've not yet partaken.

The thing is, I'm already way too distracted and barely accomplish the bare minimum. If I saw examples of people accomplishing more due to their "supplementation", there would be little hesitation to partake in the enhanced state. Scott Adams is the first thought here.

redneck 06-21-2021 09:36 AM

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Originally Posted by redpoint5 (Post 650845)
I'm far from prohibitionist, despite the fact that I've not yet partaken.

The thing is, I'm already way too distracted and barely accomplish the bare minimum. If I saw examples of people accomplishing more due to their "supplementation", there would be little hesitation to partake in the enhanced state. Scott Adams is the first thought here.


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jakobnev 06-21-2021 11:52 AM

Having a hemp-fired Stirling engine as a range extender to a cheap electric car would be sweet, but I fear there would be too many people competing to tailgate me all the time.

freebeard 06-21-2021 04:41 PM

If I'd said Dense Thermal Depolymerization Can Save The Planet, the thread wouldn't have gone anywhere.

Factually, hemp is like Al Capp's Schmoon, all things to everybody.

http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348223590l/493690.jpg
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Not Star Trek's Tribbles.

redpoint5 06-21-2021 05:06 PM

We were supposed to have amazing bacteria that can break fibrous vegetation down to useful sugars that could be scaled economically by now. We're still planting corn to make ethanol when we should be able to throw the husks into a vat and let the critters turn it into something useful to us.


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