The human capacity for innovation is limitless

David Hass
Canadian farmer Gary Lewis spent 7 years developing a technology that may change the world.

Mr. Lewis'
process cools the exhaust from farm tractors and injects it into the soil. This process eliminates the need for fertilizer.

This is a very exciting technology that will not only make the man-made global warming bozos happy, but saves farmers hundreds of thousands of dollars in fertilizer costs annually and yields superior crops.

The Pincher Creek, Alberta native has started a company, BioAgtive,  to manufacture and distribute his technology.

Absolutely brilliant.
Canadian farmer Gary Lewis spent 7 years developing a technology that may change the world.

Mr. Lewis'
process cools the exhaust from farm tractors and injects it into the soil. This process eliminates the need for fertilizer.

This is a very exciting technology that will not only make the man-made global warming bozos happy, but saves farmers hundreds of thousands of dollars in fertilizer costs annually and yields superior crops.

The Pincher Creek, Alberta native has started a company, BioAgtive,  to manufacture and distribute his technology.

Absolutely brilliant.