One acre of cannabis produces over 2000 pounds of edible seed and 10 tons of biomass. It does not require pesticides or even fertilizers. In fact, this plant is symbiotic with nitrogen-fixing bacteria that enhance the nutrients level in the soil (just like clover or alfalfa).
The seeds can be eaten raw, cooked, or processed into flour or vegetable oil. The nutritional value of shelled cannabis seeds is astronomical : perfect ratio of unsaturated fatty acids, 30% protein and more iron, zinc, manganese and phosphorus than any other known edible plant.
The biomass that results from the production of cannabis, mainly stalks and leaves, can be transformed into a variety of products, from clothes to plastic, even construction material. Biomass bricks or pellets can be used in a fire-place or furnace to heat your home.
Sadly, the greed of certain people has no limits. Governments and corporations have made shady agreements in order to prevent the general population from being able to freely grow this amazing plant. They wrapped fear and hatred around cannabis, portraying it as a dangerous drug. Using genetic selection and modification, they created new strains that are free of "drugs", but in doing so they negatively altered other desirable traits of the plant, such as crop yield and hardiness.
Francois Isaac de Rivaz designed in 1806 the first internal combustion engine, which ran on a hydrogen/oxygen mixture.
When you burn hydrogen in your engine the only thing that comes out is water.
Hydrogen can be obtained from water by electrolysis, then stored in pressure tanks for later use.
While doing some research about the impact of weather on agriculture, I found a very interesting and shocking article on Wikipedia.
The practice is called cloud seeding, and it involves releasing various substances in the atmosphere in order to create or disrupt rain, snow or hail.
The most common chemicals used for cloud seeding include silver iodide, potassium iodide and dry ice (solid carbon dioxide).
Silver iodide is known to cause health problems in humans including a condition called argyrosis. Approximately 50,000 kg are used for cloud seeding annually.