It's normally seen as poor taste to connect a given technology's lacking performance to fatal historic catastrophes. That's the reason why nuclear power startups that, for one reason or another, fail to take off are not described as 'meltdowns'.
However, Hindenburg wanting to burst the hydrogen balloon in 2020 has no ties to the Zeppelin Hindenburg, which because of a US embargo flew on hydrogen rather than helium, ending in a sea of flames above New Jersey, claiming 35 causalities and sealing the commercial death of airship technology.
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