Hi, this is the first time I’ve posted. I’ve come across this article a few times now and wonder if anyone has any insights into it?
His article starts with the below!
July 19, 2021
The Otherworldly Profits Bezos Is After
The second-most-abundant element in existence is surprisingly difficult to find in useful bulk quantities.
Helium is estimated to make up 25% of the total mass in the universe.
But much of that 25% is trapped inside of stars, which generate energy by fusing hydrogen nuclei into helium and helium nuclei into heavier elements.
Source: Science Notes
Finding it in a form that isn’t millions of miles away and heated to tens of thousands of degrees Fahrenheit is trickier — and that’s a problem, given dwindling terrestrial supplies and growing demand for the “star gas”.
Sub-$1 Stock To Surge on Critical Fuel Shortage
A fuel critical to all of the world’s tech is vanishing…
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