Ngaio Bealum outlines Henry Ford’s plan to build an automobile Hempire in 1937 and the merits of Hemp. Happy Hemp History Week. Like and Share with someone that can use this information.
Watch full interview of Priya Mishra aka Hempvati ‘India’s first Cannabis Activist’, she tells us all the industrial and medicinal uses of Cannabis : https://youtu.be/krveBJdUXtI #cannabis #usesofhemp #priyamishra #marijuanauses #ganjauses
Paul Benhaim shows how a modern “Henry Ford” would act, not with an axe against a car, but a digeridoo against a car. And this time the car is not made from hemp, but the didgeridoo is! Learn more about hemp at www.hempowered.com and hemp plastic at www.hempplastic.com
Archived 1941 footage of Henry Ford and his cellulose car. There is no recorded or known activity with hemp plastic until Paul Benhaim developed the ‘High Fly’ hemp plastic frisbee in 1999 – see more at http://www.hempplastic.com
Hemp Plastics (http://www.hempplastic.com) may be the main material in a cars. Paul Benhaim demonstrates how hemp and modern car making materials differ in this fun and short video. Does hemp or modern materials win? MapMy Summer Byron Bay Hemp Didge and Hemp Music from www.hemp.co.uk World’s Best 100% Hemp Clothing from www.hempage.de
World’s First Canabbis Powered Car invented by FORD Buy Hemp made things @ http://amzn.to/1naRmix We might think that our ethanol and biodiesel “flex-fuel” systems are all very cutting edge, but biofuel development is of course nothing new. Way back in the 1930’s, Henry Ford was hard at work in the alt-fuels sector, and in 1941 he constructed a hemp-fueled and hemp-bodied prototype car. The “plastic” body panels were composed of 70% cellulose fibers, including industrial hemp, mixed with a resin binder, and apparently they were pretty sturdy. Buy Hemp made things @ http://amzn.to/1naRmix The reason marijuana was prohibited in the [More]
Ford and McDonald’s have teamed up to create a sustainable solution for a better world. Ford Research and Innovation Center have been melting a mixture of McDonald’s coffee chaff and polymer to create better car parts. Watch as Debbie Mielewski, Senior Technical Leader of Sustainable Materials for Ford, takes Ian Olson, Senior Director of Sustainability for McDonald’s, on a trip to understanding the steps to using McDonald’s coffee chaff. Learn more about the Ford Mustang here: http://ford.to/FordMustang Discover more Ford and the Environment videos, here: https://ford.to/2VEMHdT SUBSCRIBE: http://ford.to/SubscribeFordMotorCompany #Ford #Mustang Connect with Ford: http://ford.to/FordMotorCompany Facebook: http://ford.to/FordMustangFB Twitter: http://ford.to/FordMustangTW Instagram: http://ford.to/FordMotorCompanyIG [More]
Old archival footage of Ford’s 1941 hemp car. I got a recent brochure from Ford and in the eco-friendly section it says they are using hemp again. Didn’t say which models or what exact parts would be hemp but hey, there’s hope yet.
Koons Ford of Annapolis – Proudly Serving Our Community Since 1969! Koons Ford is your one stop shop for new and used cars, Ford service, Ford parts, and more! Visit Koons Ford now at http://www.KoonsFord.com The hemp car should have had parking assist! Maybe it would have stuck around longer. Check out our demo of the Parking Assist on the Ford Escape. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97qlIZINIKo
Industrial Hemp can be used to produce many unexpected products. Most people know it is the sustainable alternative to cotton, but very few know it can also be used as building material or to make plastics out of. Henry Ford’s hemp car is a great example of the many ways in which Hemp could be used as a sustainable alternative to petrochemical plastics.
Cannabis oil, which could be purchased at all Danish pharmacies in the 1950s, before the pharmaceutical industry got the authorities to ban it … 1961: The UN prohibits Cannabis. Denmark only follows in 1969, without examining whether there is a problem in society or whether it can be used medically. In 1961, a total ban comes from the United States to the EC (as the EU was then) and hence Denmark. Rudolf Diesel, the inventor of the diesel engine, designed it to run on vegetable and seed oils like hemp. Ford originally intended his vehicles to run off of vegetable [More]
Henry Ford & Rudolf Diesel Against Petroleum Part 1 – #dieselgate What is DIESELGATE? NIKOLA TESLA was the first to properly and fully describe and patent the concept of “RELUCTANCE MOTORS”, “RECIPROCATING ENGINES”, as applied to ALL INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES & later ALL TURBINES (and all other analogies). It was concluded by Ford Motor Company, when developing the 1986 Formula 1 Reciprocating Engine, that SOFTWARE would be the only way to regulate all engines at high frequency, so that the engines would not blow up, vibrate to pieces or melt instantaneously. First, in August 1892, Rudolph Diesel claims the invention [More]
A brief outline of the forces that moved energy needs away from the best solution, which is industrial hemp. There really is no energy crisis in the true sense. By using and growing industrial hemp for fuel, the USA could be totally energy independent, have clean air, and have clean air. Both Henry Ford and Rudolf Diesel had the right ideas about industrial hemp as fuel. One reference but also augmented with many of my own comments: http://www.rense.com/general67/FORD.HTM