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What If… Hydrogen Was the Main Source of Energy
In its pure form, hydrogen is a gas at room temperature. It is classified as the simplest and most abundant of chemical elements, which can be used as a fuel and/or an industrial chemical. Hydrogen gas can be used as a fuel in specially designed internal combustion engines. Moreover, it can generate electricity and heat when it is used in fuel cells.
What If Oil Refineries were not invented?
Crude oil is never extracted pure from wells. It is always mixed with hundreds of different genres of hydrocarbons which should be separated to get useful substances. Thanks to Oil Refineries, the separation process has become easy and quick. But, how what would this process be like if refineries were not invented?
What If… Solar energy replaces Fuel and Gas in all vehicles
Ages ago, it was composed of a wooden board with four wheels and an umbrella on its top run by Fred Flintstone's legs to speed up or slow down while moving from one place to another.