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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Military Hemp?

Did you know that hemp was destroyed as an agribusiness by William Randolph Hearst, to insure his forestry investments (land and mills) could provide all the newsprint to his journalistic endeavors?

Near Hearst Castle is Roberts Military Base that could inspire an experiment to create a green-coal substitute power plant(s) that recycles all the seized illegal cannabis (for oil content) and mix it with the original hemp industry of the Founding Fathers' .
The land of that area could produce huge crops if re-commissioned.

The concept that healthier emissions could replace the smog producing power plants of China that threaten to pollute circulation destined for The Western United States, could also address deficit imbalance with conceptual value insight.

The idea that military self-sufficiency could be (the best) economic correction could be crazy like a fox?


Blogger BBC said...

No, I don't recall that I knew Hearst did that, if I ever in fact knew it.

But it makes sense. So what we need to do is make a bunch of bombs, blow up our government and start over in wiser ways.

So, got any hemp seeds?

Looked him up on Wikipedia to refresh my memory. He sure was a busy guy.

9/4/08, 5:38 AM  
Blogger brad4d said...

Nice to hear from you, Bill.
that, "back to the garden" instinct should take us all camping, hopefully with some Founding Fathers' revolutionary mentality.

9/4/08, 8:44 AM  

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