Carbonized Bamboo: “Nature Is Always Smarter Than Monkeys”

“Edison’s 1st working lightglobe? Still burning at the Smithsonian from memory, has a “last resort” filiment of carbonized bamboo, Nobel’s 1st stable nitro? Dynamite, ie, packaging clay accidentally soaked in nitro, ‪#‎Nature‬ is ALWAYS Smarter than monkeys”

Cannabis-Based Batteries Could Change The Way We Store Energy

As hemp makes a comeback in the U.S. after a decades-long ban on its cultivation, scientists are reporting that fibers from the plant can pack as much energy and power as graphene, long-touted as the model material for supercapacitors. They’re presenting their research, which a Canadian start-up company is working on scaling up, at the 248th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world’s largest scientific society.

Mucho similar as an idea of mine i posted the other year to form longer initial carbon fibres by, instead of removing existing lignines from steam-popped bamboo fibres to then use as precursors in carbon fiber manufacture, using the lignines “in situ” by “pressure-baking” the bamboo in a high-pressure oven with oxyen pumped out & replaced with an inert gas, ps, Edison’s 1st working lightglobe? Still burning at the Smithsonian from memory, has a “last resort” filiment of carbonized bamboo, Nobel’s 1st stable nitro? Dynamite, ie, packaging clay accidentally soaked in nitro, ‪#‎Nature‬ is ALWAYS Smarter than monkeys.

“True Green Power: PhotoVOLTAIC is the Next Mercury”

“i’d suggest HEMP to provide shade for new undergrowth, and desert oak etc, increasing vegetation (especially if also starting new inland seas az mentioned) will see heat chimney updrafts at center of deserts disappearing, allowing coastal rain to drop further inland, and will also, from surface ov inland seas and transpiration from increased foliage see an increase in actual cloud formation/rain over deserts themselves, it doesn’t take a fkn genius to do THAT math …tho it does help i guess”

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