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Decrease in terrorism from…hydrogen?
World affairs lecturer/author poses alternative energy to reduce threat of terrorism


a bridge to elne bookORMOND BEACH, FL – Would eliminating fossil fuels reduce terrorism?

To international terrorism researcher and lecturer L. E. Indianer, the answer is an undeniable yes. In addition to improving vehicle efficiency, bettering the environment and reducing global warming, he proposes that a new energy source would end dependence on foreign oil and stop its revenues from funding terrorists worldwide.

“I don’t think Americans understand how important it is that we find new energy sources to replace fossil fuels,” says Indianer. “In 2008, OPEC was accused of ‘economic terrorism’ for financially supporting terrorist groups. If we don’t do something soon, I fear for the United States’ future.”

Also. a novelist, Indianer maps out a dismal outcome of continued dependence on foreign oil in his new book The H Factor, where OPEC’s astoundingly high oil prices threatens the economic survival of the U. S. after a natural disaster depletes over half of the country’s oil supply. Only the thesis project of two Georgia Tech college students, a device that separates hydrogen from water and converts it to energy, has the possibility to save the fate of the free world.

“I honestly believe that hydrogen is the energy of the future,” he says. “And I have faith that the technological ingenuity of America’s younger generations will get us there. For the safety of our country, it just has to be done.”

About the author

L. E. Indianer grew up in Miami Beach, FL, going to Central Beach Elementary, and Miami Beach Jr. and Sr. High Schools. He attended the University of Alabama and Southern College of Optometry, and served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force Bio-Medical Service Corps for three years before opening his practice in Daytona Beach, FL. He is a seasoned lecturer on eye-related subjects, international terrorism, and an accomplished playwright/author. The H Factor is Indianer’s second novel; his first, A Bridge to Elne, garnered 4 ½ out of 5 stars on, and THE H FACTOR is now listed with 5 stars.

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