While trying to ignore the imflamatory tone of Jake Boxall-Legge's arctle about future F1 powertrain directions, we stumble across this "fact":
There's definitely merit in pursuing high-performance fuel cell technology, and due to hydrogen's prevalence in the atmosphere (it accounts for almost 75% of the planet's elemental composition) it's worth being able to harness something so abundant.
Some basic research would show that hydrogen makes up for about 0.000053% of the atmosphere's composition (https://eesc.columbi...te/table_1.html) and about 0.7% of the planets composition (https://en.wikipedia..._elements#Earth). I'm assuming that Jake somehow got our planet and the universe mixed up?
And no, I didn't like the attempt to insult anyone who likes the sound of a V12 in half a dozen different ways.
EDIT: Dang, meant to post this in the Website Feedback forum. Can it be moved?
Edited by snark, 31 January 2020 - 03:03.