Let’s get one thing perfectly clear: hydrogen is not a energy resource. Hydrogen does not exist naturally in any sufficient quantities to make it a viable energy source, at least on this planet. To get hydrogen in any useful quantities, it must be extracted from natural gas, water or biomass, and all of these result in a net loss of energy. It is more efficient to use these fuels in their original forms.
It’s embarrassing that anyone even finds these things worth noting. Gads, I wish they taught science in this country.
When I was in school, every 7th grader had a mandatory year of science, and the curriculum wasn’t determined by committees influenced by uneducated cretins the way it is today. We extracted hydrogen ourselves, and learned how and why that worked. No one educated back then who was capable of learning much of anything could possible believe the b.s. they’ve been spouting over the past decade or so.
Gee. I wonder if that’s why they dumbed down the curricula. You think?