I'm a long-standing observer/participant  in Vortex, CMN S and the former
Hydrino Study Group, and now the Society for Classical Physics [moderated by
Dr, Farrell with Dr. Mills as a participant.] For what it's worth, I have
shaken hands with both Mills and Fleischmann. I think I can give some
perspective on the current discussion. Mills' back-story  includes study at
MIT where he gained new insight into the physics of accelerated electrons
which led to his Orbitsphere model and the possibility of "sub-ground"
states induced by the *close proximity* of energy holes presented by
catalysts. Mainstream physics teaches a "ground state" of *isolated*
hydrogen atoms. The "Resonant Transfer" reactions postulated and
experimentally verified by Mills requires the **close proximity** of an
energy hole receptor of specific magnitudes to effect a *non-radiative
energy transfer* from the H atom, destabilizing it, which then shrinks into
the hydrino state. In that moment, the H atom is no longer *isolated*.


In Mills' current work, the favored hydrino state is H[1/4]; spectroscopic
signatures of lower states have been seen. The energy release is measured at
200 times the energy required to produce an isolated H atom. Mills' task has
been to find a means to utilize this energy on a commercial scale. The above
are not speculations, but based on experiments done with instruments
calibrated to national standards by a staff which includes six Ph.D.s and
independent laboratories. Mills' experiments have included liquid, gas, and
solid phases. The solid fuels include compounds of inexpensive materials
when heated create the catalytic conditions for H atoms also in the molecule
to transition to the hydrino state: hence CIHT- Catalyst  Induced Hydrino


This is the invention of  master chemist.


Mills has been supported by $[tens of millions] from private investors over
a period of some 20 years. He is under no obligation to publish, but his
publication record is exemplary, with over 90 Journal papers, three books
available as free downloads from the BLP website. He has an obligation to
protect his investors with a strong patent position. A irony is that his
major discovery is world-changing but is a natural phenomenon which cannot
be patented as such. This is typical of 'chemical' patents. His patent
disclosers are descriptive of many possible strategies and ingredients [to
catch any copiers] while concealing in plain sight the optimum path which s
disclosed to licensees. Mills has shown "reduction to practice" by frequent
posting on his website technical papers at each stage of his progress. One
might see these as 'field notes' which with refinement wind up in juried
technical journals listed on the website. Summary and tutorial information
makes its way into the Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics, available
as a free download form the website.


As of the preset writing, the  BLP website is in a very fluid state, which
has led to misunderstandings by participants of Vo and CMNS to jump to
conclusions, but others to dig in and do homework. The Home Page is current
and contains links to relevant papers and the patent disclosure. The rest
covers an earlier embodiment of CIHT with excellent validation reports. BLP
is revising he website and has promised a demonstration of the new device on
Jan. 28 to a restricted audience. Even that is not the whole system, for it
will not include the magnetohydrodynamic cryogenic output module. 


Mills chooses his words carefully, and even apparently radical statements
have an observational base. He must present a positive outlook to keep his
investors happy without compromising the growing patent position. The
current device is a compact machine to feed a series of fuel pills to a
reaction chamber and to recharge the pills with ordinary water and reuse
them. The reaction chamber zaps the pills with a arc discharge which excites
them into a reaction state which includes transition of H to H[1/4]. The
time scale of this reaction is extremely short. Expressed in watts, the
pulse is easily in the megawatt range as stated in the press release.
Capturing this energy with a MHD module and converting it to 60 Hz AC will
be another remarkable exercise, but such is within the state of the art of
electric power technology.


There are two paths ahead for BKLP CIHT technology: domestic appliance and
industrial and motive resource. Both create electrical output from any water
source, utilize cheap materials, and create zero pollution. Patents expire;
eventually this technology can be utilized by any industrialized nation.


The familiar Bohr planetary model of the atom has been very useful, but on
close inspection has very serious problems. Mills' Orbitsphere model with
spheres of zero thickness of charge orbiting in great circle paths and make
one's brain creak. In past years there have been savage  attacks on that
model, but Mills has given a detailed derivation which has silenced his most
savage critic. A byproduct of that model is molecular modeling software for
very complex molecules which give accurate results with very modest computer
resources. It is marketed by Millsian and is finding rapidly growing


Mike CarrellS



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