The hydrino should be capable of being managed since the protons and
electrons associated with the hydrino still have spin. Therefore the
hydrino as a combined entity comprised of those spin carrying protons and
electrons should be subject to control by magnetic manipulation. I would be
interested in see how the hydrino ash behaves when segregated and condensed
as in a magnetic trap. Such a study of the behavior of SunCell (hydrino)
ash would lend credence to the asserted claims made within hydrino theory.

On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 11:10 PM, <> wrote:

> In reply to  Axil Axil's message of Fri, 10 Nov 2017 19:37:20 -0500:
> Hi,
> Hydrinos come in a many sizes all smaller than Hydrogen atoms. Those Mills
> currently claims to be using are 4 times smaller than an H atom, according
> to
> him. A dihydrino molecule has a center to center separation distance that
> is
> sqrt(2) times larger than the radius. This makes these somewhat smaller
> than
> Helium atoms. AFAIK Helium does leak, but slowly. I would expect these
> Hydrino's
> leak faster than Helium.
> >The hydrino is essentially equivalent in size and electrical behavior to a
> >neutron. Neutrons could be confined using their magnetic properties.
> [snip]
> Regards,
> Robin van Spaandonk

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