Wow, blatant lies in their most impressive shape. Question: what happens when one single spark hits hydrogen thats in contact with oxygen? Right – it explodes immediately. And it does not need to be a big spark. Hydrogen is very, very, very explosive. What happens if the same spark hits diesel – most likely nothing at all. Diesel just sitting there won’t even burn easily. When I was a soldier in Syria, we burned our trash with diesel to help the burn. But we needed gasoline for ignition as the diesel won’t burn that easily. But it’s supposed to have been at the center of the very violent Hindenburg explosion. Who makes such crap up? #hydrogen
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