Scientists Blast Bush's Hydrogen Proposals

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America's premier group of physicists will release a report Monday deeply critical of President Bush's billion-dollar proposals for affordable, hydrogen-burning cars by 2020. The study says the technology needed to store hydrogen in a compact form for cars does not yet exist, and warns expectations must be scaled back. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.



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