Massive Breakthrough for Hydrogen Fuel

Joi Scientific and its co-founder, Traver Kennedy, are trying to change the world. Recently, Kennedy came out with the statement that his company had formulated a new process to use Hydrogen as a fuel. Needless to say, this technology could change the course of human progress. It would be an instant replacement for fossil fuels, as it burns hot and clean, emitting no greenhouse gasses. Previously, the biggest issues with hydrogen fuel were its volatility and its inefficiency. As evidenced by the 1937 Hindenburg disaster, hydrogen is a highly explosive flammable gas. Additionally, since it exists as a gas at room temperature, it is inefficient to contain. If Kennedy and Joi Scientific have overcome these issues, the results could be extraordinary. 

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