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1/137.035999… THE MAGIC NUMBER! :D Mills’s The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics (GUTCP) shows amazing equations and calculations that indicate his theory is correct. (Jeff Driscoll)

“This is why I believe in Randell Mills’ Grand Unified Theory Of Classical Physics…
1/137.035999… … and that’s the magic number!” 😀

For decades, physicists have struggled with how to interpret the fine structure constant:
Fine Structure Constant (alpha) = a = 1/137.035999

In 1985, Physicist Richard Feyman said the following:
“It has been a mystery ever since it was discovered more than fifty years ago, and all good theoretical physicists put this number up on their wall and worry about it.”
It’s one of the greatest damn mysteries of physics: A magic number with no understanding by man

Mills’s The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics (GUTCP) shows amazing equations and calculations that indicate his theory is correct.

Jeff Driscoll 1/1/2015

Niels Bohr was close. In 1913, using classical physics, he proposed a model of the hydrogen atom that produced equations that matched the spectrographic light emissions from hydrogen atoms. But the model failed when applied to other experimental data.

So Standard Quantum Physics (SQM) was invented but it uses complex equations to describe the atom. Few people really understand Standard Quantum Mechanics, including most physicists. It can be considered curve fitting since there is no unifying methodology in the derivation of the equations.

Randell Mills has come up with a theory named The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics (GUTCP) which uses classical physics to describe the atom that produce equations that match all the experimental data far better than the previous two listed. Equations produced using GUTCP are based on classical physics and special relativity that are applied in a consistent way and result in much simpler equations than Standard Quantum Mechanics.
For example, in the Bohr Model and SQM, the hydrogen is at its smallest size at principal quantum number n = 1. But in Mills’s GUTCP, the electron in the hydrogen atom can release energy as it drops to smaller sized fractional orbit states (termed hydrinos) such as n = 1/2 or n = 1/3 or n = 1/4 etc. The smallest orbit state is n = 𝜶 = 1/137.035999, (i.e. alpha, the fine structure constant) where the electron is orbiting at the speed of light c. Mills terms the electron at this orbit state the transition state orbitsphere (TSO) and it is the orbit state at which the energy of the photon is converted into an electron having mass. At that orbit state, five different energy equations for the TSO match Einstein’s energy equation for the electron: E = mc2 = 510998.896 eV. 2

Those five energies are:

1.Planck equation energy = 510998.896 eV

2.Resonant energy = 510998.896 eV

3.Electric potential energy = 510998.896 eV

4.Magnetic energy = 510998.896 eV

5.Mass/Spacetime metric energy = 510998.896 eV

These five energies occur at different times during the process that a photon is converted into an electron and therefore the law of conservation of energy is preserved.

The most dramatic method of showing this is by graphing the different energies of the electron in the hydrogen atom as a function of orbit state n. Figures 1 and 2 show that the energies all converge to the rest mass of the electron (510998.896 eV) at orbit state n = 𝜶 = 1/137.035999 (i.e. the orbit state of the TSO). The equations that are graphed are shown on page 10 of this document which is a single page taken from a PowerPoint presentation from Blacklight Power.


Brett Holverstott ‘Randell Mills and the Search for Hydrino energy’ Page 224




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