Sunday, April 5, 2009

Hemp For Victory: A Global Warming Solution Available As Free Ebook

CLICK HERE FOR FREE EBOOK EDITION AVAILABLE THROUGH MAY 31, 2009


HEMP FOR VICTORY: A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION is by Richard M. Davis, Founder & Curator, USA Hemp Museum, a private museum with a virtual wing.



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Los Angeles, CA April, 2009 – Just in time for the 2009 Global Marijuana March - Saturday, May, 2, 2009 HEMP FOR VICTORY: A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION is available for a limited time as a free ebook at the museum’s site.
The result of decades of research by the USA Hemp Museum's founder and curator, Richard M. Davis, this work presents a compelling case proving hemp’s ability to help solve the problem of global warming. The hard copy edition is available on amazon.com.

Why hemp? When used as bio fuel, hemp replaces toxic energy with clean, easily renewable energy. Whatever toxic energy can do, hemp can do better. Hemp biomass does not pollute while it’s powering everything that uses electrical current, including the power plant that produces the electrical current. Clean hemp bio fuel can be processed to run any engine, heat or cool any building, run any factory, and eliminate the pollution that comes from modern energy sources. Remove the cause, excess CO2, and the effect, global warming can at least be reduced, if not healed. Hemp is also a champion at scrubbing the air of excess CO2 gas as it grows.

“A state of international emergency has been declared by many of the top scientists in the world.” Davis said “To help save ourselves from the ravages of global warming, we must grow massive quantities of hemp all over the world to clean the air and provide bio fuel. Working together, crops can be bred for maximum earth healing affect. Markets can be coordinated. The impact of restoring the family farmers can help those who are not currently benefiting from our alleged booming economy.”

In addition to offering the who, what, when, where and how on solving the problem of global warming (page 7) other exhibits in the book include:

· A Natural Energy Policy (page 76)
· Energy Farming In America by Lynn Osborne (page 96)
· Readings on hemp and global warming (page 120)
· Hemp legislation (page 125)
· How To Make Hemp Fuels (page 176)
· 1913 US Government Report On Hemp (page 180)

The second book in the series HEMP FOR VICTORY: THE WONDER HERB is also available both on amazon and as a free ebook. For more information contact Richard M. Davis, The USA Hemp Museum http://www.hempmuseum.org/ - rmdavisx@yahoo.com

Author's Bio

Richard M. Davis is the USA Hemp Museum’s founder, curator and resident hempologist. He’s known in California for his growing skills and his love of and dedication to restoring the hemp plant to its rightful role in nature.

Currently, Davis is authoring a series of books based on his respected USA Hemp Museum website founded on the successful WWII program HEMP FOR VICTORY. The series is built as a blueprint for how we can use hemp to help us solve our problems now.

Davis holds a Masters Degree in Biology from California State University at Los Angeles and attended the School of Public Health at UCLA for four years under a US Public Health Service Fellowship. He was named High Times Freedom Fighter in February, 1995. He is still fighting for nature to be legal again.

For more information on hemp, The Hemp For Victory series or Richard M. Davis, please visit the USA Hemp Museum, http://www.hempmuseum.org/. There you will see images, papers, webeos (web videos), links to papers and other items from his 40 years of studying the benefits hemp offers and the need to make nature legal again.

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