Scientists speculate that the Hindenburg was perfectly safe even though it was filled with hydrogen because it was air tight and no flame was present, however a natural phenomena known as "St. Elmo's Fire" which created small lightning bolts upon high up objects is thought to have created a small lightning bolt near the rear exhaust tube which then carried down into where the hydrogen was kept, allowing the hydrogen to mix with oxygen and an electrical charge...
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