High School Dropout Patents Hydrogen Breakthrough

Take That, Guidance Counsellor Who Said He'd Be Working at McDonald's!


It appears I’m getting into the wrong business. A story on CBC’s web site details how a man in New Brunswick has invented (and patented) an ingenious way of producing hydrogen gas using aluminum, water, and sodium hydroxide. If it works as well as expected, we’ll be able to produce all the hydrogen we need, safely, on any site, with shredded pop cans. Hydrogen creation and distribution has been a huge thorn in the side of the environmentally friendly hydrogen car campaign, and now it may possibly be plucked.

The kicker: he never even finished high school.

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