Editor’s note: This is a rant article.
So I found a new article on Reddit technology sub that says “UPS will start using Toyota’s zero-emission hydrogen semi trucks“. When I clicked on the CNET link and finished reading the article, I came back to Reddit, and said something like, “hey, I expected things like this to happen. I even have an article on my blog where I predicted Hydrogen cars taking over the world some day.” And then I proceeded to get this article where I talked about how electric cars will flop because of fossil fuel being used in generating electricity to charge electric cars issues and other stuff.
So, it seemed the Reddit technology subreddit is anti electric car criticism. It took about 2 minutes for some guy to comment this demeaning insult on my post.
Then about 5 minutes later the Reddit mods had to ban me from the subreddit. Really?
For not agreeing with everybody that electric cars is not the next big thing?
The thing is that I staunchly believe – having stated my reasons in my last article about EV cars not being the future of cars – that Hydrogen cars as well as Hydrogen itself will get cheaper in the nearest future and they will outnumber fuel cars as well as electric cars on the road. The guys at Reddit being anti-Hydrogen or not will surely not change that.
Till then, lets keep our fingers crossed, people.