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Geezer - You wrote: "As long as the hydrogen was produced by separating water into hydrogen and oxygen, there would be no net change in oxygen." Wrong.Each and every source of hydrogen I have ever heard of requires energy in order to collect, produce, package, compres, and distribute the stuff. After which it is burned into water from ambient oxygen. The entire cycle is powered, in large part, by fossil fuels.