Wood is dead. Hemp could eventually replace the entire timber industry.

This is a cool product to replace traditional hardwood flooring. Next to be replaced are hemp based OSB boards and 2×4 lumbar sticks for general purpose construction. A 6 month crop certainly beats a 60 year tree growth timeframe. Unless we prefer doing things the hard way, no pun; then we certainly will be seeing this material slowly, but surely cannibalize the timber market.

Changing Profit Structure Will lead the Future

Ok this may be a cute little ode to a new structuring of how humans invest their hard earned dollars or the single tipping point in how we saved everything by simply fixing the known issue at hand; short term profits. A long term stock exchange would allow needed time to develop products and industries whom all consenting parties could bless a large time window of slow to no profit business activity.

Now This company is actually worth of Unicorn status

Ok here’s the deal: if you can actually pull CO2 out of the thin air and make gasoline that strait magic. The work of wizards, sorcerers, and yes unicorns. Thank you Prometheus Fuels for setting the gold standard of what a real unicorn business should do; it should slurp up waste by-product and make my mini-van blastoff.

Mushroom Bricks

Everyone knows mushrooms seem to hold many amazing use cases in regards to medicinal and culinary delights. One fascinating new trend is their application as a building material. Although not as compressive as concrete they are significantly lighter and more environmentally friendly that the carbon intensive manufacturing of concrete. https://interestingengineering.com/future-construction-mushroom-buildings is and interesting use case of mushroom bricks on an this irregular building. I am excited to see mushrooms continue to gain popularity as a food, medicine, and building material as they take so little resources to produce.

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