>From the patent... "a free electron has inertial mass but not gravitational mass." and "Thus, a free electron is not gravitationally attracted to ordinary matter. "
Really? Can that really add up? Pretty sure this is not very much in agreement with conventional theory. John Berry On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 3:53 AM, JonesBeene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote: > Bob, > > > > There is a fair amount of both brilliance (cough, cough) and silliness in > Mills hand-waving. His misidentification of the Higgs boson is in the later > category. > > > > As for the “antigravity electron” see his patent app (thanks to the spice > man for this) > > > > Patent WO1995032021A1 - Apparatus and method for providing an > antigravitational force <https://www.google.com/patents/WO1995032021A1> > > > > The bigger question is: if this antigravity claim works why has NASA and > the Pentagon ignoredthemt? > > > > And while we are at it: Why did NASA drop the hydrino rocket? BLP did not > even get to Phase two on that one. Where is the CIHT battery? Where is the > reverse gyrotron? > > > > Plus, in spite of his own genius - Mills fails to give Dirac and other > credit and ignores emerging findings in physics when he cannot adequately > rationalize them into his so-called classical view..A fair appraisal is > that he is a creative genius on paper, but a lousy inventor. He simply > cannot put good ideas into practice, despite throwing $150 million (or > more) at the problem. He is great fund-raiser but after all these years > there is not a satisfactory independent replication, nor a real sample of > hydrinos to test. > > > > The sun-cell will most likely be yet another failure in this long list. If > so, he will move on to the next round of funding without a real explanation > of why it failed. > > > > Hopefully, in a few years other will be able to push Holmlid’s similar > work into practice. All Mills can do then is to say “told you so” and claim > to have been the first … > > > > > > > > > > *From: *bobcook39...@hotmail.com > > For a nice qualitative summary of Mill’s theory see the following link: > > > > http://www.brettholverstott.com/annoucements/2017/8/5/ > summary-of-randell-millss-unified-theory > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >