Speculation about petroleums thousands of potential uses led to a boom in raw material extraction. Over the course of the next decade, many got rich setting up drill rigs hoping to hit untapped oceans of black gold. But there was a problem on the horizon. Without a network of refining facilities the raw material was … Continue reading From Quackery to Market Domination -The Rise of The Second Oil Boom Part 2.
The global increase of greenhouse gas emissions is one of the primary culprits responsible for climate change. Investing in renewable energy, recycling and water desalination will prevent the problem from accelerating, but will not repair the damage already done. In order to reverse the effects of climate change, and bring the plant back to … Continue reading Hemp and Carbon Sequestration.
The Hemp industry is reemerging from its nearly hundred year slumber and discovering what its new position will look like in the 21st century. The question of weather American farmers are willing to grow hemp is no longer speculative - with acreage more then doubling over the past 3 years. As a raw material, Hemp … Continue reading The 4 Different Types of Hemp.
The American hemp industry is on the precipice of an economic boom and is positioned to be one of the biggest emerging markets of the next two decades. Its potential applications are limitless. It can be used for thousands of products ranging from textiles to semi-conductors. This rising giant is speculated to be valued in … Continue reading From Quackery to Market Domination -The Rise of the Second Oil Boom Part 1.
Claudia Himmelreich / McClatchy Before the 2011 Fukushima nuclear crisis off the coast of Japan, there was Chernobyl, "the worlds worst civil nuclear accident." Unlike Fukushima which was caused by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami, the 1986 Chernobyl power plant disaster was caused by human error. Damaged by a series of blasts, the Ukrainian plant's … Continue reading Hemp vs. Chernobyl