Chemical

Hydrogen Energy

Hydrogen gas production is a significant advancement of science for various reasons. Currently, hydrogen electrolysis makes way for only about 5% of the hydrogen in use. Furthermore, this hydrogen production remains confined to high-end applications producing oxygen for international space stations. This is largely due to the high-costs. Conversely, possibilities of hydrogen energy can be a significant leap in renewable energy. Additionally, hydrogen is widespread in commercial applications as well.

Energy from Vacuum

Researchers at TU Vienna, IIT Kharagpur, and the Universite libre de Bruxelles have published a study stating that energy can be borrowed from the vacuum. The study points out the significance of negative energy in quantum physics. It also says that it can be taken on lease from vacuum. However, like any other bank, the energy loan has to be repaid with interest. The scientists have named this interest as