Too Many Potential Benefits.. Why We should Consider a Ground-up Approach. (No One will Read all of This)

Unfortunate but true. This is a complex premise, but if you have thoughts or ideas, I need feedback. My whole purpose is to show that almost all of my theories are attainable with modern technologies, but the infrastructure bills I describe for other markets would pay enormous dividends. Like I said prior, I am a drafter not a scientist. It IS possible to repair the world slowly, using the crypto (when funded) provides a means to control growth so it can act softly with industry. The idea is to benefit every person’s life on this planet, it will eventually affect a multitude of industries. This is why a small discretionary budget (voted on by wallet holders) is necessary, for lobbying. We won’t get anywhere just trying to make a new industry by hurting farmers and grocery stores. It also may reduce crime which the private prisons may not like.. this is why we move slow and notify areas we expand to of the items we plan to grow. We lobby for infrastructure, school funding, and subsidies. An instance would be that since crime drops the prison industrial complex may loose capital. What do we do? We ask that politicians subsidize to current levels by incentivizing mental health (and reform) of the remaining amount of prisoners. So basically as the population drops they move money from subsidies that are fading.. In the previous instance, the Garden Project also barters contracts for VOLUNTEER non-violent prison workers to help rotate the crops of effective farmers. I would like to incentivize and reward the prisoners by trying to work out special commissary options or items, as well as employing the best in the same employment pool as the recovering addicts that build the garden. It may hurt grocery stores.. not too much actually. We have a limited market to what we can easily grow (also we have a requirement that by the end of day 3 after harvest the food is either canned or donated to food banks). Junk food industry, still not a problem. Junk food will always be eaten, the industry just needs to raise prices in tandem with a reduction of consumption. Honestly, we should have to pay a premium for unhealthy foods that have little nutritional value (it makes no sense to me that its cheaper to harvest vegetables, dice them, fry them and package in a plastic bag over things that litterally grow from dirt?). Its a sometime food, I’d rather have a cheap home-cooked meal than chips but people love chips.. their love of the product WILL be scalable, we don’t have to poison people by making bad food cheap..people are great at poisoning themselves. These foods are nice to enjoy but we really should expect to pay 30% more for this stuff (we are already paying for a ton with taxes, 1.we so heavily subsidize corn, (which is a starch with little nutritional value) but has a multitude of uses that most snack products are made out of. 2. In healthcare costs for poorer people, disabled or eldery.) I try to go through every industry and personally swear to work in bounds and not hurt operating businesses. What this is intended to do eventually (if larger farms like the model) is a division of food into 3 categories. The categories are 1. local garden markets created by the charity. 2. Domestic Consumption Foods- Foods that the garden project will not grow (we can also work to reduce some items we grow for certain markets). 3. Industrial Farming Exports- The majority of farms should fall under this category. Rice and water heavy foods can’t really be rotated easily for soil integrity but a lot of farms that run across easy irrigation should consider turning over a portion of their land for dry exportable goods. Theoretically, even with the Garden Project taking a small operating fee, we use the metrics and other farming partners to stabilize gains..sort of like a union but transparent and essentially free. We can aggregate the value based off of water, space required, how hard it is to harvest, how long it takes to grow, and market demand ect. So essentially we adjust pricing and the farmers wouldn’t feel it. So using this table we rotate crops yearly and pay the farmers a premium for their exportable crop so that basically estimating a water melon is worth 1.5 corn stalk(s) the farmer will be paid the same for both. Theoretically this allows us to have a fixed rotation schedule that allows your soil to regain nutrients. Since we are helping subsidize new labor costs by rotating your crops, so your neighbor might be growing what you did prior and vice versa, or you may be growing 2 commodities (if not overly problematic). This method should benefit small and large farms independently. We could also coordinate a composting effort over time by coordinating the crews picking up previous years compost and taking it to the next farm. This and natural fertilizer (if the cattle industry helps in getting a “green cattle infrastructure bill” (previously I explained why the cattle industry and the government should consider the benefits of locating trails about 30 to 40 feet wide, with diaphamic drainage. It would also be cut at a specific grade so that when a channel fills the rubber diamphram would release water. A white charcoal coating on broken rocks [in spray form] may provide additional scrubbing while reducing evaporation. The gradual grade forces more water across the surface of the rocks as channels fill. These watering areas only need to be located about every 18 miles or so. The idea may require planting some wheat along the perimeter. This also allows cattle farmers to turn over their land for exportable crops increasing our overall G.D.P.. It would create ranger and law enforcement jobs/ranger services. It would make manure farming easier by allotment in weight. It would keep us from using hormones as much. Cows would be happier. Animal rights groups would be happier. Girls might not keep starting their menstation cycles earlier and earlier. It in theory should not harm the air quality as much as concentrated cattle population. We can break them into pods for waves that are stacked. Farmers only need to go to a loading gate to get their allotment of cattle (so this in the beginning would be more if you were within range and wanted to participate). It allows scheduling if someone wanted to use more tags than the estimated spread out tagging process (for people who live further). Using a tagging system helped the fishing industry bounce back in areas and now they make more money than before the tagging system. If we did decide to future proof our larger cities with directionally drilled highways that can more affordably be expanded. It would also allow us to use existing highways for the cattle easier and probably cheaper. We would just resurface or dump soil and grass seeds with silk fences around drained locations and direct the cattle in large area loops. These three things (garden project, cattle infrastructure bill, a redirection of saved taxes over time to poorer schools) would provide health, better racial understanding, empowerment, wellness, economical, national security and environmental benefits. The garden project would work as a supply chain “parachute” in emergencies. The gardens would act as carbon scrubbers. I believe we should also lobby for a connecting hyper rail or hyper tube (a mag lift train propelled by U shaped magnets of varying angles, within a vacuum or suction/compression line). Its is possible to directionally drill through mountains.. it would be slow going but with a large enough drill and tube/pipe width we can do it. We could consider the benefits of subsidizing energy companies to build off-shore platforms for tidal energy (mostly for coastal towns). We should lobby for a united collaboration of repurposing geo thermal vents for desalination. We should lobby for the carbon tax credit tables to be updated, assigning more value to moisture retaining foods (melons, gourds, ect) and plants that are more beneficial to the top soil when they are composted. We should consider lobbying for a program to cut more grade filtered aquaducts for crops. We should consider lobbying for an infrastructure bill that cuts channels from the sea but use a black charcoal coating a make shallow collection areas on a gradual grade (enough of these could promote more rainfall in arid climate). So many things we can do if we had the will and the smarts. The world may never be perfect but it doesn’t mean we do not endeavor to improve. I am as wrong as I am right, but somehow this idea.. the idea that human greed can fuel charity and the charities work can fuel the coin growth is a decent premise (this way we get both types of people to help charitable causes, those that want change and those that like a sure bet dividend of market growth and the first crypto that pays its own “gas fees”). Its up to you, if you know someone interested in the premise. To make this work the original project team needs exports. We need industry feedback. Its a secondary financial backbone that if ran through an (incase of emergency) ad-hoc network cannot be taken down. We can move into poorer areas with higher crime rates than traditional grocery stores. The amount of capital the state would save on healthcare costs alone with the garden project could be staggering. If heart disease and obesity related illnesses are bigger public health threats than covid we should enact as aggressive measures. A heart surgery can cost over half a million dollars and poorer people using state funds are more likely to have the means to travel further for healthier food. Diabetes is very prevalent in poorer communities which bring an onslaught of costs. The cost savings to medicaid alone could potentially pay the majority of the costs for bringing poorer schools up to standard, thereby reducing the need for as much affirmitive action measures. It enables children to have a stronger foundation that will increase testing scores and provide a more stable college graduation rate. We need to consider that technology changes capabilities and that the dreamer age is dead.. Unless we wake it up. We’ve gone to space, built a space station, cut a channel through a continent, split an atom, learned to smash particles and built the highway system. Can you guess which of those feats helped the economy the most? We need a ground up approach to our problems and since we vote with our capital in this country I feel the Garden Project would be a great start to stability and recovering the average American Dream.

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