Oh, also, history has proven you wrong time and time again on the money front. Like back in the 90s with the "cold fusion" hysteria... nearly EVERY so called "scientist", at the time, was claiming it was definitely possible, absolutely no question, they were GOING to make it work... with billions upon billions of dollars being collectively shelled out into a kind of pseudo energy arms race amongst various nations (primarily China, India and the US).you know that Scientists are humans right? did you expect them to get it right 100% of times? They make mistakes... BUT they are willing to learn from that mistakes and add it to their knowledge.
It took said governments nearly TEN YEARS to figure it out that they were being bamboozled and, sho'nuff, the very second all those billions of dollars dried up those VERY SAME scientists all suddenly changed their tune, with every last one of them claiming it was impossible and was never even a possibility to begin with.
You ask ANY so called scientist right now if cold fusion energy is possible and you'll likely get laughed out of the room... but not even two decades ago EVERY scientist on the planet was claiming it was GOING to work, that it was a SURE THING.
and ironic is that you are using so-called "rotten scientists" works to explain it like hereYou know... I can understand people doubting religion as it cannot be proven... but people doubting a SCIENCE OF ALL THINGS?Ironic, since believing that the earth was flat WAS actually considered to be "scientific fact" at one point in history... it was SKEPTICS who proved that notion wrong... not the sheeple minded followers.
what is next claiming earth is flat and that Earth is actually center of universe and sun moves around the earth instead of earth moving around the sun?
We'll also be looking at more use of hydrogen, largely produced via solar pumped lasers and then incorporated into either inert hydrosilicate liquid/gel compounds or compressed into a super cooled, liquid hydrogen fuel, both for use in hydrogen fuel cells. Both of which are also very safe (no danger of potential explosion).You should not be even using the word Hydregon if you distrust scientists ... how can you tell "hydrogen" is even a real and not some sort of "conspiracy" created by scientists... and scientists who came up with the term were "paid" to create the term hydrogen?