Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Hydrogen, The Almost-Perfect Fuel

Did you know that there is more hydrogen in a gallon of gasoline than there is in a gallon of pure liquid hydrogen? It's true! It's because the density of hydrogen is so low. Hydrogen's low density is just one of the reasons that the hydrogen powered car will never be a viable option, yet billions of tax dollars are spent every year on "research" into hydrogen fuel cells!

Hydrogen-pushers tell us all kinds of exaggerations and lies to keep the cash flowing; they say that hydrogen fuel cells would reduce emissions and reliance on fossil fuels, but they are wrong! The biggest problem with the whole idea is that essentially all the hydrogen on Earth is tied up in water or hydrocarbons, and it takes more energy to extract the hydrogen than you get from using the hydrogen!

This is a simple rule of thermodynamics that is taught in high school science class. As a result, hydrocarbon usage actually increases, and therefore emissions must increase as well. Don’t be duped any longer, fight back against the false environmentalists that are forcing governments to fund their whacky schemes with your tax dollars. Find out more about hydrogen, and how to get your tax dollars back, read Kids Before Trees. Download your copy at  and check back here for frequent updates.

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