Ford’s 1941 Hemp Car was 10 times stronger than steel!!!

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When we think of cars usually steel, gasoline, and pollution come to mind. It is true that we have some visually pleasing and innovative cars on the road today but, many people find it difficult to ignore the environmental impact that our modern vehicles create. What if our rides didn’t have to be the way they are today? Henry Ford built his Model-T car that was strong and truly environmental-friendly. What was the car made of? The answer is hemp. His creation wasn’t only build from hemp but was also designed to run off hemp bio-fuel. The hemp is an herb that is cheaper and more efficient fuel for vehicles and let’s not forget that it is 10 times stronger than steel and 1/3 lighter than it.

Henry Ford’s car run off hemp gasoline and had hemp plastic panels and this car was way stronger that the vehicles we use nowadays. Now, the real question is why did we go from such and intelligent and obvious discovery to using steel, gasoline and other non-harmonious materials? Hemp complies with every eco-standard that can possibly exist today; it even blows them out of the water. But, of course, this herb was outlawed in 1937 in the US, due to the damaging effect that it would have on many large industries. Here is a video that shows the sheer strength of Ford’s plastic hemp car that should have had a bright future. We really hope that its prohibition won’t last forever.

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