Saturday, September 22, 2012


USA HEMP MUSEUM'S FUKUSHIMA HEMP PROJECT is a dynamic look into how to use hemp to solve the nuclear crisis we are dealing with from Fukushima and other problem nuclear sites.  The primary research paper that is still in its draft stage is posted on this blog, with the heart of the piece on page 8 containing a summary of the proposed solution to the triple nuclear meltdowns going on at the severely damaged Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan.

Richard M. Davis, founder and curator of the USA Hemp Museum, 1358 S. Flower Street, Los Angeles, announced the start of THE FUKUSHIMA HEMP PROJECT .  at the museum's weekend gatherings 12 noon - 6 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.  The public is welcome.

The project's mission is to use hemp and other natural solutions to deal with the radiation coming off of the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan that was hit by a tsunami and multiple explosions in March, 2011. 

"To deal with this crisis we must plant, consume, wear and speak hemp.  

Wisdom dictates that especially when in a crisis, use effective solutions applied at the level of cause. Since our environmental problem is too much radiation from the Fukushima nuclear site, the solution is to use strategies that effectively remove and/or neutralize the effects of the radiation. " Davis said.

The USA Hemp Museum is the personal and professional collection of over 3,000 hemp related items owned by Davis, a hempologist since the 1960's and author of 3 books in his HEMP FOR VICTORY series, THE WONDER HERB, A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION and THE TRILLION DOLLAR CROP. 

The draft paper, posted in an earlier blog entry is the result of decades of study and collecting hemp related items and systems.  It also incorporates a study of what survivors of other nuclear disasters did to survive. Remember, not everyone who was exposed to radiation dies of radiation exposure, some live long and happy lives. The purpose of this mission is so we can to.


"We all know that hemp was helpful in cleaning up the toxins around Chernobyl, and with a bit of planning by a mastermind alliance, can be used to clean up the environmental mess from the excess radiation from the melt down in process at Fukushima.

The McGraw-Hill Companies reported in 2000 "Overall, phytoremediation has great potential for cleaning up toxic metals, pesticides, solvents, gasoline, and explosives." An immediate end to hemp prohibition will allow us to use this biomass champion in a hemp phytoremediation program.   "Phytoremediation can be defined as the decontamination of soil, sediment or water using plant growth. Industrial hemp, Cannabis sativa L., is renowned for its ability to grow rapidly. In one growing season, fiber hemp can yield 250 to 400 plants per square meter, with each plant reaching up to 5 meters in height. As a result, hemp has been identified as a plant with the potential to serve as a phytoremediator."

David added "The same way hemp was used to clean up the toxins around Chernobyl, we should be using hemp to clean up the toxins from the Gulf of Mexico "oil spill" (more like a volcano) and other environmental crisis situations.

There is a difference between political sense and common sense. Political sense says focus on elections, budgets, an occasional lynching as in Trayvon Martin, all part of business as usual. Common sense says that the radiation exposure crisis as a result of three nuclear meltdowns threatens every life on earth. Increased radiation equals an increase in cancer rates. It’s deeper than that. The crisis is already here."
In a historic article, radiation levels at Fukushima are “70 sieverts per hour inside the container, said Junichi Matsumoto, spokesman for Tokyo Electric Power Co” as reported by the Associated Press on March 27, 2012. “During a recent visit by a group of journalists including The Associated Press, the head of the plant said it remains vulnerable to strong aftershocks and tsunami and containing contaminated water and radiation is a challenge. Radioactive water had leaked into the ocean several times already. - Workers found the fresh leak of 120 tons from a water treatment unit this week from one of its hoses, with estimated 80 liters (20 gallons) escaping into the ocean, Matsumoto said. Officials are still investigating its impact.” The situation is in an uncontrollable criticality. Failure to deal with this crisis can have fatal consequences.
The best way to solve a problem is at the level of cause. Since the cause is a nuclear meltdown, the solution is to contain the melt-down (if possible), engage in large scale hemp planting to phytoremediate the soil and water. Since the problem is too much radiation, the solution is to reduce the radiation and enforce the body with nutrients that help fight or stave off cancer, like Rick Simpson's Cancer Cure Oil.  Hemp’s root system is about equal to its height and one of the most effective plants for removing the effects of many toxic disasters, including radiation. The report also has ideas and supporting documentation on how hemp building materials can help with nuclear entombment.
A crop financed international program could address the problem of excess radiation at the level of cause. There is so much room for research, especially considering that hemp plastic is 10 times stronger than steel, hemp crete is made from the longest fibers in nature, ropes, papers, fabrics, foods, so many NON-GMO foods to help conscious people be/stay healthy. 
If you can only read a few pages check the overview on page 8. The Table of Contents links to the various articles in the piece that comprise this unique, peaceful solution. 

This is a draft so please share your comments for possible inclusion in future updates.  Anything you can do to help prevent the potentially extinction level event known as Fukushima, please do it now.  The Blue Butterfly in Japan has already mutated.  

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