A DGA is a Distributed Generation Association member

We are maintaining the status as the #1 most un-green state, and we were 36th in this country to bring in the Viet Nam Veteran’s day. I suggest Ohio become the 2nd state to raise the min. wage to $10.00 per hour including waitress, movie theater, and hotel employees for many good reasons. If the voters say no, to that issue, we will continue to be #1 in being the most backward. The positive out weighs the negative by far. Actually I can’t think of a negative, but there are many positive affects. Reducing food stamps and welfare dependency, creates motivation to want to work while instilling a little self-esteem, and enhancing the economy in most industries. Back when the min. wage began, the theory was to increase as the cost of living raises, so it should at least $20.00.
The comments and questions to my web site are becoming very interesting. Can any scientist answer this question? How much hydrogen or water will leave the earth into the universe because we are using the power of the sun and wind to split the hydrogen and oxygen in your downspout water or out of the reservoirs? Also the hydrogen we use for heat and to fuel internal combustion engines? I believe if we were to have a billion DGAs in the world, and at least half of all heat and transportation was accomplished by hydrogen, we would not loose one additional drop of water off the face of the earth, because the exhaust product of burning hydrogen is water vapor.
Hemp charcoal can replace the total use of coal. Hemp can replace the total use of cotton, tobacco, all petroleum based products, and all reasons to burn any fossil fuel. We also do not need any nuke power, thank you, but we must have a plan to launch the hemp industry and the hydrogen economy. It will not just magically happen. www.thetopcatplan.com brings the only plan to do just that. Terry Cook, Findlay, Ohio

Can’t go there, Cronies say no, not now, maybe when we have to

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