First Take's Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman have a heated debate over marijuana in the NBA.
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A new car, built largely from hemp, is being billed as the world's most eco-friendly car.
The Kestrel has a top speed of just under 60 miles per hour, and can travel around 100 miles before it needs to be recharged. Up to four people can fit in the eco-friendly automobile, and the body, made from hemp fibers, is highly resistant to impact. After a crash, the panels "pop" back into shape, reducing damage.
The body of the car was designed by Motive Industries, based in Quebec.
Nathan Armstrong, the president of the company, explained "Hemp composite is as strong as the fiberglass in boats, yet incredibly lightweight."
Research into how to build a car from hemp was sponsored by a coalition of businesses and schools of engineering.
In 1941, Henry Ford designed and built a car made entirely from organic materials, including hemp. Tests showed the car bodies were stronger and weighed less than than comparable models made from steel.
Unlike the United States, the government of Canada is actively supporting the growth of the hemp industry in their nation. The plant can be used in more than 50,000 products. Hemp can replace plastic and petroleum in a wide range of uses.
The three-door hatchback weighs just 2,500 pounds. A Ford Fusion, which is about the same size, weighs 1,200 pounds more than the Kestrel. This increases fuel efficiency by 25 to 30 percent over traditional designs.
Unlike metals, hemp does not need high heat or toxic chemicals to process or shape. This provides a great benefit to the environment over older car designs.
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All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Thursday, October 26, 2017.
Headlines of the day
// Poll: Legal Marijuana Support At Record High In U.S. (Forbes)
// Incoming New Zealand Government Wants Medical Pot Within 100 Days (Marijuana.com)
// State eyes flight rule to ship marijuana to islands (Boston Globe)
// Jamaica Grants First Two Licenses to Medical Cannabis Providers (Merry Jane)
// New study commission on legalizing marijuana in RI meets for first time (WPRI)
// Report: Quebec government to set up 20-40 rec marijuana stores (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Md. pot businesses cleared, win licenses after investigation into possible conflicts (Washington Post)
// Are Extracts Illegal in Arizona? Not So Fast (Leafly)
// Ex-NBA commissioner David Stern says marijuana should no longer be banned (Guardian)
// Just a reminder that literally no one will hand out weed candy in Orlando this Halloween (Orlando Weekly)
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(Natural News) Everything you’ve been told about global warming, climate change and carbon dioxide by the mainstream media — and mainstream “science” — is an outright lie. Far from being a dangerous poison, carbon dioxide is a miraculous life-giving nutrient that plants need to thrive. Rising carbon dioxide is actually helping “green” the planet, as... [...]
Fire departments across the country are ordering changes to how they operate in the field, after alarming new research shows that cancer has become the number one killer of firefighters in this country.
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