I plan on installing hemp char-coalizing stations every 10 miles on the rails that lead to coal burning power plants. Those stations, sending electricity to the trains by air is one of our options. All stations will be green electric power production power plants equipped with three 900′ vertical wind turbines tied together at the top, built around a 800′ high hemp composite water tower to serve many functions. My question to you is, how much more efficient is the fuel cell train, to keeping the diesel engine and fuel it with hemp fuel provided by our stations, fuel the engine with hydrogen, or throw away the engine and have the stations supply the electric power? Top Cat II
Kentucky will be growing hemp very soon. Since Ohio is this nation’s most un-green state, we’ll probably be the last state to follow. Why was hemp made illegal? It takes a train load of money to make that happen and keep it that way. Right now, progress is being held in check. In my latest letter I stated, it would be a good idea for our current fossil fuel producers to simply change to using hemp instead oil, and use hemp charcoal instead of coal, hemp instead of corn to make ethanol, and hemp for 50,000 other products.
If a factory like Cooper Tire, would like to become a producer of hemp tires and also be a totally green manufacturing facility, not using natural gas for any reason, not using one drop of city water, or use electricity from a coal burning power plant or use fossil products for anything. That would be out of the question. Does any one want to know why? Right now, they can not even talk about such a topic. They and every other factory that has stockholders are being controlled by cronies. Does anybody wish to know how it would be possible for Cooper, Findlay, Ohio to become a green power plant producing hydrogen, by the use of every drop of rain water that lands on Cooper’s property? Nobody wants to know, but I am going to tell you anyway. Buy that old Tarbox quarry with the agreement, National Limestone would also become a green company. Use the power of the wind, sun, and rain water, with the use of several hemp composite water towers. Have one place, that river water can be can go and hang around in times of flooding.
Having a Top Cat Plan in place in all fifty states will introduce positive change. Without that plan, nothing changes. We keep the downward spiral and the total disaster for the future. Terry Cook. Findlay, Ohio
Several mistakes were made in my April 14th letter to the editor. I stated hemp out produces paper by 4.1 percent. What I meant to say was 4.1 times or 410 percent. So why are we still cutting down trees for lumber and paper? I also stated my plan will serve to enhance the economy of several million Americans, I intended to say several 100 million. I hoped one of my responders would have pointed that out because I have stated these facts previously.
I also quoted Jack Herer’s book, The Emperor Wears No Clothes 12th edition of the Hemp Bible, The average person spends 80% of their income for energy. So if a citizen has the ability to harness the power of the sun and wind, add some downspout water to make hydrogen and oxygen, he or she has become a (DGA), Distributed Generation Association member. A DGA spends no money at the gas station, for natural gas, or for electricity from a nuke or coal burning power plant, and that household puts out zero greenhouse gases. The cost of energy drops to very little over a very short time period. After you have paid in full the cost of the equipment, your check from the electric power you have produced adds a plus to your income instead of an 80% cost for all your energy needs. Also use your electric power for growing fruits and vegetables indoors year around.
Abe Lincoln was still alive when a man invented fuel cell technology, introduced it to the world, and the world said, “ That’s fine, but we have oil.”
I say, “leave the rest of the worlds oil and coal where it belongs, in the ground or under the ocean.” God has given us hemp and hydrogen to use, so why not reverse global warming, put at least 10 million Americans to work, and enhance the economy and feed billions of people on earth.
Terry Cook Findlay, Ohio