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“It is difficult to understand the universe if you only study one planet” ― Miyamoto Musashi
the Cannabis cosmicus Hypothesis
Publication date: 4/20/2020
last edited: 5/27/2020
The hypothetical evolution of Cannabis sativa (hemp) as it adapts to the cosmic environments factors
of extraterrestrial, interplanetary, and interstellar space farms.
Cannabis cosmicus Hypothesis: Publications
basis of hypothesis and utilization of implications
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"the Cannabis cosmicus Hypothesis"
hypothetical Cannabis sativa (hemp) subspecies evolution evolved to thrive under the cosmic environmental factors within the future farms of extraterrestrial, interplanetary, and interstellar space colonization efforts.
Cannabis cosmicus - Hypothetical subspecies of Cannabis sativa (hemp) cultivated in extraterrestrial, interplanetary, and interstellar space.
Cannabis cosmicus (hemp) that does not need a controlled environment agriculture (C.E.A.) facility to grow in an otherworldly or cosmic environment would likely see further classification relative to the specific cosmic environment it is growing in.
If any cosmic environmental factors affect any physiological processes of plant growth, the controlled exposure of these cosmic environmental factors can theoretically maximize yields of cosmic cultivation.
A hypothetical example of this would be Martian C. cosmicus fields generally growing taller as the plants utilize the Martian low-G's in biological and physiological processes and cultivators utilize the low-G's in training, irrigation, and hydroponic techniques. If cultivated in a subsurface controlled environment agricultural facility supplementing light and preventing exposure to higher levels of cosmic radiation unique to Mars, we will have utilized preferred cosmic environment factors (low-G) while avoiding non preferred cosmic environmental factors (Cosmic rays) to Maximize yields. Read more.
If plants can evolve to naturally utilize low-G and other cosmic environmental factors beneficially, or be cultivated to do so, a subsequent renaissance of horticulture technology and technique will occur maximizing yields for civilizations on Earth, Mars, between, and beyond.
IMHI was created to raise awareness about the potential of Cannabis cosmicus yields as a source for sustainable resource production for the colonization of Mars as a foundation for the colonization and exploration of extraterrestrial, interplanetary, and interstellar space.
Cannabis cosmicus Hypothesis: News & Resources
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