Will The Internal Combustion Engine Really Die?

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The internal combustion engine is debatably one of the most important inventions when it comes to modernizing civilization as we know it today. Whether we’re talking about providing power to billions of people or helping to transport people across roads, oceans and even the very sky. It’s clear to see that internal combustion engines have had a pretty profound impact on human society. So that brings us to…

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