Since Mills claims that the hydrino is dark matter which is 6 time more
plentiful than bright matter and dark matter is pervasive throughout space,
then our bodies should contain 6 times more hydrinos as bright matter. We
are all 6 times heavier that we think we are. Removing dark matter from our
bodies should reduce of mass by a whole lot at least 6 times.

Such is a untaped product concept for weight reduction...hydrino removal
from the body. "Remove hydrinos and become lighter on your feet."

On Sat, Nov 11, 2017 at 3:02 PM, <> wrote:

> In reply to's message of Sat, 11 Nov 2017
> 16:51:09
> +0000:
> Hi Bob,
> [snip]
> >Robin—
> >
> >
> >
> >Thanks for the correction.  I was not familiar with Mill’s calculation.
> >
> >
> >
> >I am not completely familiar with the GUT.  Do you know if the predicted
> rest mass of the hydrino molecule relative to normal H2 reflects the energy
> decrement one would expect considering its lower energy state?
> Given that GUTCP is completely classical, I don't think it's avoidable.
> However,
> the energy difference for each Hydrino is only about 200 eV for n=1/4,
> which is
> quite small relative to the mass of a proton, so it would probably be
> difficult
> to measure.
> >
> >
> >
> >Also what is your understanding as to why the ¼ state is produced instead
> of the  bottom (lowest) energy state for a hydrino?  Is that by design to
> allow easier engineering of the photo voltaices?
> It's just a consequence of the catalyst used in this case, which is the H2O
> molecule. This has m=3, so the H atom is shrunk from n=1 to n=1/4 (1+3=4).
> I would of course also expect that there would be some further shrinkage
> from
> 1/4 to 1/7, and from 1/7 to 1/10 etc., and perhaps also some
> disproportionation
> reactions.
> Hence my previous comment that there would probably be a mix of sizes
> present.
> >
> >
> >
> >Finally, I would predict that the hydrino molecule should have a unique
> magnetic resonance signature and could have use as a medical drug to add a
> dimension to the diagnostic capability of MRI’s and potentially eliminate
> the use of risky heavy metals injected into the vascular system  with their
> unique NMR signature.  GE and Siemens should take note.   A patent is
> warranted IMHO.
> Perhaps you should suggest this to Mills directly, though I'm not sure how
> you
> would get Hydrino molecules into the human body, or what the consequences
> would
> be of introducing an inert gas. Probably easy enough to get it into the
> lungs,
> but I wouldn't want anyone injecting it into my bloodstream, just as I
> wouldn't
> want helium injected.
> [snip]
> Regards,
> Robin van Spaandonk

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