Hydrogen is a gas, man

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To The Editor:

Everyone is wrestling with worse gasoline prices ever and, still increasing. I think this will drain circulating money out of the economy non-stop, hurting all poverty level and all middle income level families, dramatically.

Here in Nassau County, I have learned from my research that, Hydrogen gas, an environmentally safe gasoline alternative fuel, is being used by the MTA buses as a lower cost fuel.

I think all vehicle owners, our political representatives and our government, should insist on hydrogen gas being used in place of gasoline, diesel oil and electricity, which may not only cut down on emissions pollution it may save the Long Island Railroad and other railroads, nationwide, huge amounts of monies nationwide.

Also, according to my research, I learned of there not being any oil shortage at all, nor is there any need for another refinery as existing refineries aren’t operating at full capacity, nor have they ever been. A full report is available.

Dominick Tringali, Sr.

Elmont, NY

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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