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Sunday February 16, 2020Hydrino experiment independently replicated›This blog will act as my preprint server. I recently hired the commercial chemistry lab ATS to reproduce one of Dr. Mills’ experiments….3 comments:
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Sunday, February 16, 2020
Hydrino experiment independently replicated
This blog will act as my preprint server. I recently hired the commercial chemistry lab ATS to reproduce one of Dr. Mills’ experiments. The original work is here, and I replicate only a small part of it (one chemical reaction). The current draft of my paper is here, along with calculations spreadsheet and the lab’s report to me. This experiment is great because I got it done for around $1000 and the signal is huge. (For me the breakdown was ~$500 for materials and labor, ~$600 for two gold Differential Scanning Calorimeter pans. Your mileage may vary*.) For me there was 100% excess energy over the maximum theoretical from assumed conventional reactions. Other validators, referenced in the paper, saw even more. The paper has already been rejected by one journal (for “lack of impact,” which is more humorous the more you know about Dr. Mills’ theory).
I hope to inspire someone to take the next step and go looking for hydrino in the products, or just repeat what I have done and add to the accumulation of evidence (hydrino is a small hydrogen atom, with its electron below what has traditionally been called the “ground state”). How can you get below a ground state that doesn’t radiate, you ask? Like the coils in a transformer, nearby charges can affect one another through space, but without radiation. It’s called a “near field” coupling to distinguish from the “far field” which refers to radiation traveling to essentially infinite distance.
Catalysts that can accept the right amount of energy from Hydrogen can remove that energy, which upsets the force balance holding the electron in the “ground state” orbit, causing the orbit to collapse to the next stable state – a lower, “hydrino” state. In going to the next lower stable state, the electron emits the brilliant light that Brilliant Light Power is named for.
*When asked about a follow-up, ATS indicated the cost would be more without specifying. If you want to reproduce this experiment with them, you should probably expect to spend a few thousand dollars. By all means, ask them for a quote. https://atslab.com/chemical-analysis/. I got my gold pans in a set of 10 for $3000, so if you have to buy 10 to get 2, and don’t have any use for the other 8, that is more cost.