From Under the Influence with Marijuana Man: October 26, 2011

CANNABIS CULTURE – Got questions about cannabis and the Drug War? Cultivate your intellect and get high with Marijuana Man and friends LIVE every Wednesday at 4PM Pacific.

In the weekly show From Under the Influence, Greg Williams, editor of the Pot TV Network and one of Prince of Pot Marc Emery’s co-accused in his international seed-selling case, talks directly with viewers about marijuana, hemp, the drug war, pot politics and anything else they want to discuss.

Expect Marijuana Man’s friends to show up, like growing expert The Alchemist and CC Editor Jeremiah Vandermeer.

From Under the Influence is filmed LIVE every Wednesday at 4PM Pacific from the Pot TV studios in Vansterdam, British Columbia.

Go to the Pot TV Livestream page or USE THE WINDOW BELOW to join the chat and ask questions during the show.


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  1. Anonymous on

    everyone has their own opinions you know

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  3. Anonymous on

    Genome sequencing is a way to get a digital copy of the DNA that produces an organism so that we can better research its evolution and properties. And potentially modify the genetic make-up of the organism to produce something that we want.

    You clearly have no idea what genome sequencing is and why it’s so important so why are you talking about it and bashing this important study? (At least get someone in there that has some understanding of science) Back in the 90’s we sequenced the human genome and learned a lot about ourselves and developed new medicines/technology and have been doing the same with other plants/animals since.

    What this study found was that there is a single gene in the cannabis plant that determines whether or not THC is produced in the plant or not. That is the significance of the study. The purple kush had this gene turned on while the other hemp varieties did not.

    Now with the genome sequenced we can look at what all of the other genes in the plant do and develop better, more focused medicines. Like ones that will kill pain but not get you high (or vise versa lol).

    This is very very important research and I’m disheartened that you would put down one of the most important studies on marijuana to date. Again the significance is the genome that we have sequenced so now we can study this plant a whole lot better.