I’m finding it hard to be proud of our country and state. In the last three years our country has experienced the biggest shakedown possible by the cronies. We are currently in the deepest downward spiral our country has ever seen. The haves and the have-nots have not ever been so far apart. Ohio has reached the position of being this nation’s #1 most un-green state. That means we are the lamest and laziest bunch of dummies living in the past and don’t have a clue of what to do. I have written over 25 letters to the editor stating what we must do, but I still see in letters written by common folk and Marci Kaptur, we must find more oil and use more coal. That’s what makes us #1 in being backward and stupid. It is time to get hip. We don’t need one more bucket of coal or one more drop of Mr. James H. Miller’s marvelous diesel or gasoline. Hemp and hydrogen will save our planet. Marijuana is the answer to the drug problem, stamping out world hunger, reversing global warming, putting 10 million people to work in 10 years, making 50,000 hemp products made in a green way.
Corn renders 400 liquid gals of fuel per acre. Switch-grass and hemp brings forth 1,450 gals per acre. Hemp cellulose out produces wood for paper by at least 4 times. 10 tons of bio-mass in 1 acre in a 3 or 4 month time frame. In the process of growing hemp, CO2s are absorbed thus when being burned to make electricity, heat, or to fuel a motor vehicle, results in no added CO2s in the air. Every product produced by oil can be made in a green manner by using hemp instead.
In the history of the world, all positive happenings began in somebody’s brain cells. It came from a dream, to a plan, and it was made to happen, it did not just magically come about. I have already accomplished what an army of people have not been able to do. I have a plan that will address all of the problems I have previously stated. Not one of my responders has ever asked what my plan is. Maybe when I’ve made all my letters available to the internet I will be asked that question. Terry Cook, Findlay, Ohio