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Addison Bain

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  1. a retired NASA scientist and hydrogen expert credited with postulating the Bain Incendiary-Paint Theory (IPT), which posits that the Hindenburg disaster was caused by the electrical ignition of lacquer- and metal-based paints used on the outer hull o

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  2. Thus Bain believes that the hydrogen in the airship had no part to play in the initiaton of the disaster

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  3. This theory (proposed in 1997 and recently updated in his 2004 book, The Freedom Element: Living with Hydrogen ISBN 1878398970) has been generally accepted by people interested in promoting hydrogen as a transportation fuel and generally rejected by

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  4. The primary refutation is based on the work of A. J. Dessler, D. E. Overs, and W. H. Appleby

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