Sunday, September 20, 2015
I didn't put 2 and 2 together in re that Hempcrete maybe a solution to a problem for StLouis area homes that are being affected by pollution coming from Nuclear Waste buried at Bridgeton Landfill.
I'm researching: "Will Hempcrete absorb the pollutants that are killing my fellow St Louis Neighbors?"
I was listening to a local State House Member talk (skip to 12:00) about "Methane: bubbles coming out of the ground in mudd puddles" & how the "Govt Officials who work in a building all get sick with Cancer". To make matters worse: "a Local Landfill has an ongoing (underground) fire that is getting closer and closer to the Nuke waste buried during the Manhattan Project by our own USA Govt."
I know through my research that Hempcrete absorbs pollutants such as CO2 & the glues used in construction materials, etc.
I'm researching: "Will Hempcrete do the same for these pollutants that are killing my fellow St Louis Neighbors?"
I've contacted a few people and will fill you in later on the findings. I think it will work and create healthy homes.
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Thursday, September 17, 2015
At Least one-out-of-two Senators supports Hemp Farming in Missouri. I just learned via an email- see below-I just received from Senator Roy Blunt. This really is no surprise because I've noticed that the Missouri Senators always seem to split the vote on most of the stuff that comes to vote in the Senate.
Mr Blunts reply did spark something in my mind when he brought up the
Unfounded belief that Law Enforcement not being able to tell the difference between Hemp and Medical Cannabis.
This falls right inline with all Repukitans denial of things that would help America. The total disregard that climate change is affecting the World is tops of my list of untruths and unfounded beliefs that are supported by the misinformation system straight from the Koch Brothers themselves.
This also makes me realize that maybe my note to his office did not have enough current information from Law Enforcement, Scientist, State Governors, and even his own partner-in-crime in the US Senate Kentuckys Own Senator Mitch McConnel. Who has been the driver behind Kentucky's legalization of Hemp Farming.
So here is a copy of what my next communication will be to Roy Blunts office with data and links to-
Supporting evidence that Hemp is- easily Distinguishable from Medical Cannabis.
Supporting evidence that Hemp is easily Distinguishable from Medical Cannabis.
USA Politicians That Support Hemp Farming-
Mitch McConnell's Love Affair with Hemp - POLITICO www.politico.com/magazine/.../mitch-mcconnell-hemp-115671 Politico Mar 2, 2015 - Mitch McConnell's Love Affair with Hemp. How the Kentucky senator picked a fight with the DEA and became one of Washington's top drug ...
McConnell, Paul push legalizing hemp growth - POLITICO www.politico.com/.../mitch-mcconnell-rand-paul-hemp-114928 Politico Feb 5, 2015 - Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., left, and Sen. ... “People used to downplay the number of jobs industrial hemp might create ...
Rand Paul even ways in on the Issue of Hemp Legalization- Rand Paul's Position On Weed Legalization Is, Basically, You ...Bustle-Apr 7, 2015 Though Rand Paul says no to marijuana legalization, what he is interested in ... Paul has also pushed to legalize hemp, a less potent version of ...
Rand Paul Hemp - Huffington Post www.huffingtonpost.com/news/rand-paul-hemp/ The Huffington Post Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul Lead Hemp Legalization Fight. HuffingtonPost.com ... Rand Paul Dons 'Hemp Shirt,' Testifies In Favor Of Successful Hemp Effort.
Mr Thomas Duppong pointed out in 2009- "Industrial hemp: How the classification of industrial hemp as marijuana under the controlled substances act has caused the dream of growing industrial hemp in North Dakota to go up in smoke." NDL Rev. 85 (2009): 403.
Also pointed out in the University of Kentucky study by Valerie Vantrees- Industrial Hemp: Global Operations, Local Implications. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky, 1998.
Even the USAs own Ag Department has studied how Industrial Hemp will help farmers and is easily to tell the difference between the two plants-Kraenzel, David G et al. "Industrial hemp as an alternative crop in North Dakota." Agricultural Economics Report 402 (1998).
In the following two pictures you can plainly see the difference in the plants
Medical Cannabis Plants Above
Industrial Hemp Plants Below
Voyles4 Because hemp is a member of thecannabis family, the Federal Government ... In fact, however, the two plants areeasily distinguishable – marijuana
Hemp is another word for cannabissativa or marijuana, but as used these days it ... University molecular biologist, said the two plants are easily
2013-05-16 - Kentucky Farmers Enjoy a Bittersweet Hemp Victory with the Passage of SB 50 ... In addition, hempfields are easily distinguishable from they also say- Farmers say hemp is easily distinguishable from marijuana
Here is Mr Blunts Reply to my original notification- I do like how he addresses me and keeps me in his email address book:
Dear Clean Energy not Oil, Coal, and Facked Gas Scott:
Thank you for contacting me regarding S. 134, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015.
As you know, S. 134 amends the Controlled Substances Act to remove industrial hemp from the definition of marijuana. Previously, I have supported provisions in the Farm Bill and through appropriations that would permit State Departments of Agriculture to administer hemp pilot programs in states that have legalized industrial hemp.
While I support a comprehensive agriculture policy including specialty crops, I have concerns that legalization of industrial hemp could have unintended consequences. We must ensure that legalization of industrial hemp would not impede the ability of law enforcement agencies to enforce our drug laws effectively.
Currently, S. 134 is pending in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Should this legislation come before the full Senate for consideration, I will carefully consider and be sure to keep your thoughts and concerns in mind.
Again, thank you for contacting me. I look forward to continuing our conversation on Facebook and Twitter about the important issues facing Missouri and the country. I also encourage you to visit mywebsite to learn more about where I stand on the issues and sign-up for my e-newsletter.
United States Senator
United States Senator
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Dear Mr. Scott,
Thank you for contacting me regarding industrial hemp and hemp farming. I appreciate hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to respond.
With my support, Congress passed and the President signed into law the Agricultural Act of 2014 (P.L. 113-79) pdf. Commonly referred to as the Farm Bill, this legislation sets policy and funding levels for agriculture and nutrition programs for the next five years.
The Farm Bill provides critical support to Missouri farmers and ranchers, protects nutrition support for low-income families and other Missourians in need, promotes conservation, and encourages research on biofuels that advance our energy independence, all while helping to reduce spending by $23 billion over the next ten years.
Within this comprehensive legislation, the 2014 Farm Bill included an amendment allowing legalized hemp production in some instances. Specifically, the amendment allows State Agriculture Departments, colleges, and universities to grow hemp, defined as the non-drug oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis, for academic or agricultural research purposes, although it applies only to states where industrial hemp farming is already legal under state law.
As you may know, Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon has also introduced the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015 (S. 134). This bill would differentiate the definition of "hemp" from "marijuana" and would permit industrial hemp production based on state law. I understand the many potential uses of hemp and will consider its benefits should legislation related to hemp farming be considered by the full Senate.
The Industrial Hemp Farming Act has been referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee where it awaits consideration. Should this or similar legislation come to the Senate floor for a vote, I will be sure to keep your views in mind.
Again, thank you for contacting me. Please do not hesitate to contact me in the future if I can be of further assistance to you on this or any other issue.
United States Senator
United States Senator
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|Looks Like Missouri Sen McCaskill Supports Hemp Farming|
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
This is where I'm headed with the MOhemp Energy inventions: Hemp Batteries, Supercapacitors, Hemp Lignin, Energy Storage, etc
Abstract copied from: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/ipdf/10.1021/nn400731g
Friday, September 4, 2015