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Smoking legal pot yet?  Prohibition 2.0 on it's way here.

 

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All the info threads on the CC site have got my head spinning...seems theres little left but chat...and all the wake and bakers seem too busy lol.  Good Morning, somebody provoke me or winge about something will ya?  LOL.

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6 hours ago, Cannasaurus Rex said:

somebody provoke me or winge about something will ya

 

Monsanto....... need I say more...... get venting I know you want to lol

 

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Well now, I beware all huge corporations with large market share of anything,  I am not against the principal of GMO, Monsanto didn't create that scientific discipline,BUT I am against non-ethical applied research.  My biggest bug-a-boo about the conglomerate is their bullying, and downright purposeful pollution of farmland and the environment.  I have found, in central Ontario, that certified organic garden supplements are getting harder to come by in retail stores.  The green and yellow packages absolutely dominate the gardening aisles, and they are using the organic word willy-nilly without certification of anything (as if they couldn't afford that) to accomplish further 'watering down' of the meaning of organic.   Well it also seems honey bees are coming back (Definitely NOT in my pollenator safe garden) so nobody fucking cares that they have not curtailed the use of neocontids in any way.  I see those green packages and all the people using these products as lazy end result aimed fools.  Chemical dependance is the end result of these products, and we only have ourselves to blame for the complex organic mutagen chemicals in our offsprings cells.   Once again proves that money isn't everything, it is the ONLY thing, that matters to modern humans.    We wanted Monsanto, now our great grandchildren will be allergic to the earth and destined for a cancerous end.    As a gen x'er  at 50 something,  my generation has been exposed to the worst of the post-war synthetic chemical free for all, fuck if they banned smoking Cancer rates will still continue to climb.  I feel shame as I try to answer questions my 20 somethings ask about corporate and government 'mistakes' in my lifetime.   Thanks Shadey  needed to get some of that out of  my system, wish it was that easy for mercury, ddt, dioxin, etc. etc.. etc.

 

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1 hour ago, Cannasaurus Rex said:

Well it also seems honey bees are coming back (Definitely NOT in my pollenator safe garden)

I know, we have a large section of our property that we allow to go wild and I put down wild flower seeds as well as let the weeds run riot. when we first moved here 10 years ago there were butterflies everywhere, when I would walk the dog I would see maybe 20-30 swallow tails and milkweeds a day, this year I saw 3 swallow tails and 1 milkweed and it was the same ones every day. Nestle Cheerios, infuriate me with their advertising,  for every packet bought we will donate money to help save the bees. Well if they stopped using products that are soaked in roundup not only would they help save the bees but many humans and other species as well.

 

1 hour ago, Cannasaurus Rex said:

nobody fucking cares that they have not curtailed the use of neocontids in any way

No body that I know, knows anything about them, unless they grow something to ingest, or take an interest about our environment. They are more worried about Muslim extremists, than the real threat of major corps slowly poisoning them, with their food and pharmaceuticals. Our generation grew up trusting the governments and Monarchy believing they would not allow companies to do these things in the name of profit, sadly most still do. The younger generation are much better informed, which is why the governments are changing laws so rapidly, to make it harder for them to implement changes that will not benefit large corporations, when they start to get involved in politics.

 

1 hour ago, Cannasaurus Rex said:

needed to get some of that out of  my system, wish it was that easy for mercury, ddt, dioxin, etc. etc.. etc.

Well, you probably know a lot about ridding your system of toxic crap, but in case you haven't heard of silica being able to rid the body, and especially the brain, of heavy metal pollutants. Chuck a little food grade Diatomaceous earth in your fluids it doesn't take much on a regular basis.

 

My biggest fear atm is the nuclear waste being pumped into the ocean from, going to, fuckyouallshima, I cant understand why this has not become a planetary concern for all governments. Europe is still suffering the consequences of Chernobyl which was nothing compared to this.

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On Fuckyoualishima of the reported ongoing problem, I have yet to see a journalist or youtuber use a gieger counter on a beach "littered with irradiated junk".  Or even pick up a piece and have it analyzed.  If the problem was of the scope that some suggest (ie poisoning of all the critters in the Pacific to near toxic levels),  I'm sure China would have absorbed Japan militarily by now .   You know protect their countries food supply from this wanton destructors unstable ways, type of shit.  While it is deplorable to even use a nuclear enrichening facility for civilian power grids (see Candu et al), is the threat to humans and the environment any worse than a solar flare?   I dunno...  I do know that it is nonsense that, a part-timer at the Hawaiian emergency response center, caused that already forgotten Kiss your ass goodbye warning......AI is gonna make it all better....right?

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1 hour ago, Cannasaurus Rex said:

is the threat to humans and the environment any worse than a solar flare? 

Probably not, but that is a random natural act we have no control over, why increase the odds of pain and suffering, possible mass extinction, when the odds of the human species surviving is not good anyway lol.

1 hour ago, Cannasaurus Rex said:

.AI is gonna make it all better....right?

No, I dont think Al is going to make it better either, I think its too late for anyone to make it better. As a species we need to clean up our act big time and still prepare for a lot of big planetary changes that are heading our way, whether man made or not, we are definitely making it worse than it could be :(

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Agreed,  It would be nice to have a rating system of relative risks to our health.   Like, is second hand tobacco smoke more harmful than walking by an idling vehicle?  Too often I feel us end users are the target of environmental restrictions while the real polluters operate scott free.  Take cfl light bulbs for example, gov't pushed them with discount coupons paid by my tax dollars, touting the savings of energy directly linked to 'saving the environment'.  Now fast forward 2 years and we find out that these boons to mankind are considered TOXIC WASTE and cannot be disposed of in a landfill.  Now we have to spend more money in fuel to dispose of them at a special toxic waste collection site, than we saved in reduced electrical costs over their lifespan.  Knee jerk policies that yet again, the end user has to bear the costs of.  LED bulbs are the way now, but they have a larger heat loss to lumen level than incandescent or cfl, try touching the bases of these oprating lights and you'll see for yourself....and 100,000 hrs of operation?  I find in rural areas (where incoming voltage varies from 90 volts to 135 volts by the minute) led bulb life is less than traditional incandescents.  So much information out there but 10% is fact, the rest is advertizing.   Funny that, according to various sources the number one risk to the public health due to cigarettes is..........fires by careless smoking, and NOT cancer or heart disease.     Despite my grumpiness, I don't feel that the human species is endangered by any means as the 1% is too greedy to let self fulfilling religious doctrine have its doomsday.  I have faith in people (not necessarily society) but very many of us are asleep, or too concerned with their daily finances to make a difference for the human race and the planet.   Groundhog day in Canada....isn't 6 more weeks of winter an early spring here???     We should use a fur seal and whack him with a spiked club if he predicts a longer winter??    Just joking (newfie style)..lol

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