Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Jeff Clark, Casper Leitch and Michael Krawitz on Time4Hemp

Time 4 Hemp - LIVE! 
First broadcast June 13, 2014 on and 

Host: Casper Leitch, Founder and Chairman of Time4Hemp Global Broadcasting Network 
Joint Host: Michael Krawitz, Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access 
Guest: Cannabis Champion, the late Hemp Hero & Veteran Jeff Clark  

Please share this with your friends. 

Casper Leitch's TimeHemp's website:
Michael Krawitz's Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access
The late, great Jeff Clark - use the prayer route. It's amazing how many times folks on the other side get back to us.
Below are the twitter posts from the program, most recent on top.

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Cannabis Common Sense - March 3, 2017

Paul Stanford and Casper Leitch host the weekly razor's edge cable / web program Cannabis Common Sense. Their work in the marijuana legalization process is legendary and has been for decades. 

As part of the weekly news round up, Paul Stanford said about Jeff Sessions marijuana policy. 

'We're dead set against it...' 

Darcy Cadigan, Dillon Maher, Cannabis Corner Dispensary are interviewed in this program. They talk about their adventurous journey to getting effective cannabis medicine to patients in need as well as the possibilities the recreational weed market opens.

Casper Leitch explains the logic of some Trump supporters during the presidential election. ' I just didn't want another Bush, Clinton, Bush, Clinton. I had limited choices, all right?' 

Cannabis Common Sense airs Fridays, 8 PM Pacific Time on Ustream with replays available on Youtube. RESTORE HEMP!

Sunday, November 27, 2016


New Hemp Cities (concept) are being designed with environmental, climate changes in mind.

The best time to fix a crisis is before it becomes one, like now. Now is the time to deal with climate change, excess nuclear radiation, food and housing shortages. etc. by building and fortifying buildings for the storms, floods and increased radiation we know are here already and on the way. 

How? Build fortified structures.

Like Gandhi making salt, it is important that we over ride laws that are killing us and grow hemp. It is time to repair the breach pollution and other forms of stupid that have been caused. Hemp can help make the world a lot better. It's Time4Hemp.

New Hemp Cities is an open source plan in development to 3D print environmentally sound communities out of hemp and other non-toxic materials on top of aquifers, powered by four free energy systems like Bruce DePalma's N-Machine, plus use a dual magnetic vortex water cleaning system, Hydreva

Hemp is a proven weapon of mass production, an easily renewable raw resource that grows quickly and fills a multitude of needs, wants and desires. By wisely using hemp / cannabis combined with technology and common sense, we can solve many problems. We simply need to restore hemp and use crop financing to supply income opportunities from the soil, beginning with under utilized land, i.e. unused government land.

We have a vested interest in taking actions today to solve problems. Since climate change is more than weather, like nuclear radiation levels and red tides, we are in the planning and funding stages of building environmentally conscious communities out of locally grown hemp.

In addition to a technology empowered agricultural economic base (increased crop yield), the crops can be used to make printing filament for 3D, 4D, 5D and whatever's next, like lasers printing applied to contour crafting.

Being open source, folks can build what they want to suit their style using a CAD file. When a disaster that wipes out a community's infrastructure, homes destroyed, the community can be quickly rebuilt on safer ground.

Income sources are built into the plan. A crop financed infrastructure ultimately includes a 10 story vertical farming green house on about 25% of the land with earning opportunities for members of the community as well as international commerce. Innovative farming techniques will be used to increase the yield of raw resource materials.

The 5 year plan in development includes a couple of years of full crop growth to clean the soil and finalize designs on the community. As a result of elevated nuclear radiation levels, algae blooms, red tide, global warming, oil spills, ocean levels continue to rise as homelessness remains a dire condition, etc., the need for easily built inland housing on aquifers is a lifesaving strategy. Implementing a hemp based strategy, we can help fulfill our responsibilities to provide for at least seven generations ahead. By adding a touch of science to the art of new age printing, new buildings can be built for about half of traditional construction costs. A jobs / business training program is being developed to give technology skills to help solve problems based on the 3D Veterans being developed by the USA Veteran's Administration.

This concept is decades if not centuries in development and is now at a point where we are commissioning financial, agricultural, water and architectural experts to review and help polish this plan off. Even without funding, the Japan Hemp Association, producer of the Kyoto Hemp Forum and many other hemp and new age printing activists have shared valuable insight to fine tune this idea, making it a powerful mastermind alliance.

In essence the plan is, in first run implementation, to acquire/lease about 40 acres of land (scalable, i.e. 10 miles, Manhattan is only 13.4 miles long) where growing cannabis / hemp is legal. The UN must shift it's policy regarding hemp and the drug war so we can free nature to heal the climate change, health and economic problems we are facing.

What better way to fuel the new age printing evolution than with fast growing hemp as a raw resource material? Innovation in farming is key to success. By new age printing a 10 story vertical greenhouse farming building on 25% of the land, then housing and business buildings and infrastructure can be used on the rest. We can increase crop yields to make new buildings, like out of hempcrete.

The plan is for the first year or two to be open grows to phytoremediate the land and water. The growth, processing and sale of hemp based crop products like hemp foods that could end the UN Declared World Food Crisis serve dual constructive purposes of expanding markets and ending world hunger.

The service industry of Marijuana Tourism can become a sub industry as people travel to spend time in hemp fields and just relax with their ipads or laptop. Growing specialty brands can increase profit margin substantially. Healing hemp oils and other forms of medical marijuana can be made to deal with many modern illnesses like nuclear radiation exposure cancers and seizures. We can quickly build hotels, motels and inns with big screens and highest speed internet access for maximum cyber enjoyment and accomplishment. 

Both male and female hemp plants are planned to be grown for profit to finance the communities development. The buds and leaves part of the female hemp plant should to pay production costs, salaries and investors. The rest is profit. Community based profit sharing, business opportunities are being factored in.

The industrial hemp processing plan is to use the stems and stalks for 3d / 4d / 5d printing buildings and infrastructure in hempcrete, hemp plaster, hemp plastics (10 times stronger than steel according to Henry Ford and will waterproof the buildings in the event of floods), hemp papers, hemp adobe, hemp fabrics, hemp woods, hemp varnishes, etc.

Structures are being developed to include rounded edge buildings to eliminate wind damage (as demonstrated in the art of the igloo), Hydreva magnetic vortex water cleaning system to clean water as it enters and leaves the buildings, radiation shielding layer, wind / hydro / magnetic / solar free energy systems built in.

Because of the importance of water, a hydro floor sub basement for exercising, hydrotherapy and swimming is part of the plan. A self sustaining water cleaning system, Hydreva, contributes to the community's water stability, the foundation of any solid lifestyle. Build where the water is which is why it is recommended that new developments be over aquifers.

Also, like NASA with space travel, add a magnetic radiation reduction layer too. Since the building where the Jesuit priests survived the Hiroshima bomb was made from plaster, and hemp can be made into plaster, a plaster layer is important to environmentally conscious housing. 

Since hemp can be made into wood with plaster walls to reduce the effects of radiation. I am also looking into the priests wore black (color is energy) and were their robes made of hemp cloth - the Atomic Dome is made out of bricks and concrete. Hemp can be made into plaster, bricks and concrete.

In summary, the proposal is to grow hemp for profit and new age printing  filament . One of the uses is for the contour crafting technique that can build a 2,000 sq. ft. building in less than 24 hours off of a CAD file.

Building environmentally conscious housing using the contour crafting is much cheaper than traditional construction methods. This project can provide business opportunities, jobs, food, housing, clean water, etc.

Here's some samples of hemp building materials and books on the subject 



To get a copy of the current draft where it is in development, reach me on Twitter @cureworks - 

Summer 2017 - still with updates is posted.

Proposed by:

I am J. Nayer Hardin, founder of and a conductor on the Computer Underground Railroad, a cyber division of the original, since 1984.

After a dozen years in corporate media (CBS, NBC, ABC, UPI, and The Entertainment Channel), a dear friend, the artist Richie Havens told Mother Clara Hale about me back in the 1980's when I was referred to as the computer lady. After a lot of soul searching and studying the book A Course In Miracles I was transformed into a conductor on the Underground Railroad when Mother Hale commissioned me.

My mission is to use computers and other technology to help people be free. In addition to training and using computers as research tools, I see ending the drug war as this leg of my freedom mission so we can use hemp to phytoremediate, heal and prosper.

I have a track record of solving many problems, it's my passion, along with praying and smoking weed. I've been smoking marijuana since the 1960's and on computers since the 70's. In the mid to late 80's I helped computerize small business people in Manhattan and wrote business plans / proposals with a wonderful team of friends and family.

In the 90's, after years with extensive computer injuries my friend Bernard Hirschenson (who did the Keep America Beautiful commercial in the 1960's) we received US Patent No. 5,188,321 that not only healed my extensive computer injuries but a quarter century later, the injuries in my upper body never returned. Need a new chair for the lower back injuries, but I key with my fingers so no problem. My CompUrest works in my bed too.

Also during that decade I was blessed to be able to train over 3,000 people how to compute, sharing computer skills. I have the unpublished signatures of many of the people I trained how to use a computer as back up verification which I plan to submit to a secure location in the future.

I did a lot of environmental work in Harlem like her being surrounded by 5 open sewers and the impact that was having on the infant mortality rate.

During the last part of the 20th Century I helped publish a liberating book for me by Dr. Leroy Vaughn, MD, MBA, Historian 'Black People And Their Place In World History' which ripped all sense of limitation from my being. Dr. Vaughn's documentation proves our definition of race is not a limitation. We all are one race, human, capable of doing good works too.

From the Mohave desert in this century my mission work combines computers, hemp and common sense. I've researched and published the work on hemp as a solution to World Trade Center Illnessfixing Fukushima, a proposal to the Mormon Church to use Ibogaine to deal with the drug addiction problem and others that are published on this blog.

Three more of the books I helped get published on Amazon since 2009 were for the late, great Richard M. Davis, USA Hemp Museum are (free .pdf links connected to book title - hard copy on Amazon for sale). I met Richard in 1999 when he, Sister Somayah Kambui, Rw Akile and my husband Sherwood Akuna and I produced the first Los Angeles Global Marijuana March. Dana Beal, who I had  worked with in NY on the marches hooked us up.

Hemp For Victory:

Here's a link to an article on hemp and 3d printing

Thank you for considering this idea. Donations of prayer, advice and/or cash are appreciated.