Response to Don Iliff and David Tharpe

The most important sentence in Don Iliff letter, Aug 15 is,  “It is about making policy breaking the cycle of poverty for future generations.”  Launching the hydrogen economy, hemp, and self-sufficient industry in all fifty states and 7 provinces is essential.  It is called thetopcatplan.com.  For those wishing to see what I look and sound like, view the 27 minute video.
David Tharp’s Aug 15 letter filled with excellent points especially us spending so much on study when we could have addressed a major part of the whole problem with flooding.  The key is to control the rain water going to the river. We should follow suit with the example the new Glenwood School applied.  A rain water collection system to prevent running all the water to the creeks and using what is free after the cost of installation.  The money spent in study could have provided 10% of all parking lots a rain water system that sucks up, retains, and with a valve puts the water to the storm sewer or river.  It should be the responsibility of all building owners to have a downspout retaining system.  When a person buys a wind turbine, solar collectors, or a system that helps flooding problems, they get a 30% tax credit.  For every 1 inch of rain, our house and garage roofs produce 600 gals of water to use any way we wish.  The rest of your letter is filled with lessons we should have learned along the way but have not.  That is why I rank the U.S. as #1 in living in a modern day dark age controlled by the rulers. Terry Cook, Findlay, Ohio

We don’t care about the words, climate change or global warming

Hey, lets just forget the phrase global warming or climate change ever existed. It does not matter. Thanks to the cronies, we have a 70% trashed earth, air, water, and soil. So in the name, of jobs and the need for dirty rotten natural gas energy, we must frack the whole world or just 90% of this country. WRONG!!! We must kill fracking before it kills us, but first it will poison the well water, and then we will ask ourselves, why did we allow this to happen? The answer to that and why we have lived in a modern day dark age for 140 years is the same. Currently we are in a record breaking downward spiral, while the 1% own 50% and 95% of corporate profit goes to 1%, the farmers and the common people are so easy and so screwed. Still, in Ohio, a farmer is not allowed to grow hemp to help bring the soil back to good health, able to absorb rain water several times better, reduce the need for poison chemicals, make their own hydrogen or hemp fuel by using the power of the wind, sun, and downspout water, and make at least $3,000.00 AN ACRE to make 50,000 products in a green manner, put at least 20 million people to work, and enhance the economy of several hundred million citizens. www.thetopcatplan.com is the only idea to address all our problems while taking the ruler’s power down. Go to the category ENERGY to get 17 divisions of green products & services in fifty states. One of those is supply the equipment and technology to anybody who wish to become a DGA (distributed generation association) member. They are contributors of society in the highest degree, self-sufficient, and put out no green house gases. Any questions? Top Cat II

Got thrown out

Oh, what an evening. Listening to the farmers telling how we need help from the government to clean the river and we are still waiting for the Corps of Engineers to come through with a plan. I came to a gathering at Steve Oman’s farm. Got thrown out, not without getting my point across in about 45 seconds while Mr. Oman with his micro-phone trying to drown me out. He did not accomplish his mission, but I certainly did. The point I made in a very short time, was we need to do two things. All buildings will not run the downspout water to the river and all farmers plant hemp. By doing so will cut the amount of rain water going to the river in half.  The solution is that simple folks. In town we need to outlaw all sump pumps from discharging to both the sanitary or storm sewer system. Every house will discharge their sump pump in the yard, pond, collection system, or use the power of the sun and wind to pump it up into your hemp composite water tower, but it does not go to the river. We don’t need one cent from the government, any help from the Corps of Engineers,  leave the mussels alone, don’t mess with it other than pick up the plastic or unwanted debris, and finally plant lots of hemp especially from the creek and river banks out as far as you wish. By doing so, you have  enriched the soil better than anything Monsanto or DuPont poison products can do and the soil once again, has the ability to absorb rain water several times better.
Congressman Robert E. Latta sent me, by E-mail Monday,a thank you note for contacting him with support for H. R. 525 which was introduced by Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY) on Feb. 2013 was referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, of which he is a member. The legislation would amend the Controlled Substance Act to exclude hemp from the definition of marijuana. He also said he would kept in mind the points and facts at www.thetopcatplan.com.
I took the opportunity to shake the Congressman’s hand and introduced my self before leaving the Oman farm.
During the discussion, one farmer said, “You can’t change the world.” I disagree.
If the farmers and any one else wish to have me give a enlightenment presentation, it won’t be free any more. It will cost each attending, at least a can good for the hungry or five dollars, going to the City Mission. I will speak to no less than a hundred people and I will put it on You-Tube.  At the end of a 45 minute crash course on where we are going and how we will get there and what positive benefits come with it for the common man not the filthy rich. I will answer any question like Ted Turner used to do, but I won’t know the questions coming.

Findlay is an un-green city

In response to Bob McDonald from Napoleon, Ohio. He came to enjoy the Rib Off and the Car-toons Car Show and was very astonished, from the sight of over flowing little trash barrels stuffed with cans and plastic with no recycling bins any where.. It is only natural for an outsider to be surprised that the local recycling bins were not where they should be.  Bob went on to say, “He could not believe it, recycling is old history.”  I say, “It’s just beginning here.”                                                                                                                                   Ohio is this nation’s #1 most un-green state. Findlay is trying it’s best to become this state’s most un-green city. There is no other Main Street in Ohio that gives its pedestrians, bicyclers, and motorcycle riders a bigger blast of stinky diesel flumes in their faces to suck up. Our priorities are different from the real world. Green is not in our vocabulary. Very few know what a green roof is. Only one school of any kind has a downspout rain water collection system to do its part to prevent flooding and to make an example of what we are supposed to do. No factories here, use downspout water for anything. There were no plans for the new Glenwood, to use rain water for any purpose until I called the head of the Board of Education. I failed to convince the people in charge to use the power of the sun and wind, mainly because we don’t give a hoot, we may some day, I believe miracles do happen some how. Terry Cook, Findlay, Ohio

Now is the time to make positive things happen

Here are the facts folks. The world struggle for money is actually a struggle for energy, as it is through energy that we may produce food, shelter, transportation, and entertainment. It is this struggle which often erupts into open war. If we remove the cause, these conflicts may never occur.
When the federal laws against hemp are reversed. New, non-polluting industries will spring up every where. The world economy will boom like never before, so if we do not enact the “Top Cat” plan in all fifty states, the rest of the world will leave us in their dust. Then the race of man would at last be betting on environmental survival instead of indulging in the lemming-like (suicidal) consumption of fossil fuel, which threatens all life on the planet. So what’s the catch? It is obvious: The energy companies! They own most of the petro-chemical , pharmaceutical, liquor, and tobacco companies, and are intertwined with insurance companies and banks. Please review www.thetopcatplan.com. It is not only the best and fairest to all fifty states, but it is the only plan. Without enacting this idea, we have very few, if any options to take on our many problems that threaten our future generation’s ability to change to a positive direction.
Over a year ago, I enjoyed many positive responses over my shared thoughts in the Courier. One suggested renaming Hancock County Cook County. People have called me a “Progressive”. We could have dug at least half the needed reservoirs to combat flooding with the many millions we spent on study. Ohio is the most un-green state and will probably stay that way unless we can some how convince the many businesses to start using today’s technology to use the power of the sun and wind along with the rain water we have in reservoirs for our energy to produce and transport thousands of products. Terry Cook, Findlay, O

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

I’m ready to debate with anybody, any where, any time on what must be done

Hemp in conjunction with wind, solar, hydrogen, tidal and hydroelectric power is the answer to saving our planet from destruction.  Marijuana and hemp are the two most important plants on earth.  They are the answer to preventing cancer, reversing the Greenhouse Effect, the drug problem, over populated prisons, stamping out world hunger, and preventing a total collapse of the dollar, which most Americans are convinced is going to happen if we continue on our present coarse.  That is why greed has completely taken over.

When we legalize hemp and marijuana, we will be able to progress in a positive direction, thus ending our downward spiral.  Hemp is # 1 in maintaining the health in all creators and in the soil’s ability to become and remain fertile without chemicals.  Flooding will be reduced because of the soil’s ability to absorb rain water. Cotton uses 1% of our farmland but it consumes half our toxic chemicals to grow.  Hemp requires no chemicals.  Would it be nice to have all paints, PVC cleaner and glue, food and drink containers, motor vehicle fuel, building materials, cleaning solvents, livestock and human food, carpeting, and the clothes you wear, toxic and poison free?                               It’s time to end one of the biggest scams our country has ever been paid off to do.  The 1961 Single Convention Treaty was another example of the rulers controlling marijuana and hemp.  Does anybody know how many 100s of billions of American tax payer’s dollars went to and are currently being shelled out to bribe 67 countries to do everything possible to wipe hemp off the face of the earth.  That is an act of tyranny to the highest degree and the people that made and make it possible should be strung up.

I’ll put 1 million people to work every year for the next twenty years in hemp and hydrogen businesses.   Both are trillion dollar a year industries.  All I need to accomplish that task is  a few investing partners and a 102 billion dollar 4 year loan.  2 billion for each of our fifty states and two billion for the 7 provinces.  Each state will have an equal chance to advance their economy to unlimited heights in a green manner.  Visit my web site for the information on the 17 green divisions at www.thetopcatplan.com.  Terry Cook  Findlay, Ohio

Build our schools with future technology

Thank you Mr. Robert Dockery for your July 16 letter. The thought of building a school for the future without incorporating today’s technology is completely insane!
Our taxpayers need NOT spend one cent for natural gas, electricity from a coal burning or nuke power plant, or buy one drop of oil in any form.
The rain water from the parking lots and roof tops will be used, not running to the creeks like most of the parking lots of the University of Findlay nor sent underground to soak into the soil. Drinking, showers, laundry, growing food and algae, and lets make some hydrogen to fuel all internal combustion engines including the school buses. Let’s teach our students all about being prepared for the future. How a person can be more self sufficient and a contributor to society. Before I wrote this letter to the editor, there was no plans to use the rain water for any purpose.  I called the head of the school board to pitch the bitch.  Resulting in the plan to use rain water for showers at the new Glenwood School.  Too bad the other new schools being built did not do the same.
The two most important assets to be acquired and maintained in life are Love and Health. Education and Communication are the two keys for any person or group to progress in a positive direction.
I am sick of seeing our bus drivers and students sucking up diesel fumes from our school buses. How stupid is that!
The times, they are a changing. I was interviewed by the University of Michigan’s Government Survey Dept. with the Director asking me questions of why am I so happy about where we are going to make a better country and world. I was asked what I thought the price of gasoline will go down to in the next year and what it will be in two years and why? $2.25 and $4.25. The Hydrogen Economy is coming, that will be just one of the effects. It’s called growing pains that will be fully realized to have been well worth it. The Director proclaimed this one hour interview to be the most enlightening and uplifting he has ever experienced. I’m writing a book and making a movie, so be careful what you say to me. Terry Cook

New School Not Old Ways

Thank you Mr. Robert Dockery for your July 16 letter.  The thought of building a school for the future without incorporating today’s technology is completely insane!

Our taxpayers need NOT spend one cent for natural gas, electricity from a coal burning or nuke power plant, or buy one drop of oil in any form.

The rain water from the parking lots and roof tops will be used, not running to the creeks like most of the parking lots of the University of Findlay nor sent underground to soak into the soil. Drinking, showers, laundry, growing food and algae, and lets make some hydrogen to fuel all internal combustion engines including the school buses.  Let’s teach our students all about being prepared for the future.  How a person can be more self sufficient and a contributor to society.  Before I wrote this letter to the editor, there was no plans to use rain water for any purpose.  That letter and a call to the head of the school board changed the coarse as far as the new Glenwood Elementary School.  To bad the other new schools being built did not follow suit.

The two most important assets to be acquired and maintained in life are Love and Health.  Education and Communication are the two keys for any person or group to progress in a positive direction.

I am sick of seeing our bus drivers and students sucking up diesel fumes from our school buses.  How stupid is that!

The times, they are a changing.  I was interviewed by the University of Michigan’s Government Survey Dept. with the Director asking me questions of why am I so happy about where we are going to make a better country and world.  I was asked what I thought the price of gasoline will go down to in the next year and what it will be in two years and why?  $2.25 and $4.25.  The Hydrogen Economy is coming, that will be just one of the effects.  It’s called growing pains that will be fully realized to have been well worth it.  The Director proclaimed this one hour interview to be the most enlightening and uplifting he has ever experienced.  I’m writing a book and making a movie, so be careful what you say to me. Terry Cook