Monday, November 07, 2005

Energy Breakthrough: Dr. Mills's 'Hydrinos'?

If it's wrong, it will be proven wrong, said Kert Davies, research director of Greenpeace USA. But if it's right, it is so important that all else falls away.

Researchers at well-known government labs say they are afraid to speak on record about their interest in Mills's work. One said that he plans to visit BlackLight Power on his vacation time. Jacox says his team found in the materials 'an anomaly that we could not explain with conventional theory but that we could explain with Randy Mills's theory. That does not necessarily validate the Mills theory, but gosh, He said.

From the Guardian Unlimited comes energy like Cold Fusion, in yet another interesting connection to the IEEE.

Dr. Randell Mills, a Harvard University medic, also studied electrical engineering at M.I.T.
Now, Dr. Mills's company, Blacklight Power, Inc. claims to have built a prototype power source generating about 1,000 times more heat than conventional fuel. We've got 50 independent validation reports, we've got 65 peer-reviewed journal articles," he said. "We ran into this theoretical resistance and there are some vested interests here. The hydrino-based process has many doubters (except apparently, governments).

In a recent economic forecast, Prof Rick Maas, chemist at the University of North Carolina at Asheville (UNC), calculated that hydrino energy would cost around 1.2 cents per kilowatt hour. This compares to an average of 5 cents per kWh for coal and 6 cents for nuclear energy.

Dr Mills will not reveal who is investing in his research, but rumours suggest several US power companies. According to the Guardian, it is well known that Nasa's institute of advanced concepts has funded research into finding a way of using Blacklight's technology to power rockets. The company has a 53,000-square-foot chemical operation in Cranbury, NJ. with 25 full-time employees and 10 consultants. The majority of the employees are scientists, including 9 Ph.D.s. The Company expects to employ 75 scientists and technicians, as well as 25 management and support staff within the next one - two years.


At 07 November, 2005 09:49, Blogger Bubblehead said...

I stopped reading when I saw "fractional quantum states". It's a perpetual motion scam.

At 07 November, 2005 17:19, Blogger Vigilis said...

Initially shared exactly your view about this claim and perpetual motion.

The state of modern physics is in such flux, however, between the standard model and a reliable, unified theory that physics is increasingly unfit for explaining observations in ways that compel major technological advances.

Charm, flavor and the 10-dimension minimum need work, as those theories are unresolved, right now. Perpetual motion is also relative. The tides, for instance, have been in fairly perpetual motion for some time.

What is curious is Mills's secretive backing. NASA? Universities? If you had a process that could produce the results claimed, how quickly would you want accurate descriptions to flow to competitors? Would I invest in BlackLight? No,(explanation unsuitable here). Would not bet with you either, as the DOD or Exxon may want it kept under wraps for another 20 years.

At 25 October, 2009 07:48, Blogger dobermanmacleod said...

Check out above link to a 2 and a half minute youtube video of a CNN report. What are the odds that the independent testimony below is fraudulent (not bloody likely unless you are a paranoid conspiracy theorist)? Here is a silver bullet technology: clean cheap and abundant energy.

In a joint statement, Dr. K.V. Ramanujachary, Rowan University Meritorious Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dr. Amos Mugweru, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, and Dr. Peter Jansson P.E., Associate Professor of Engineering said, "In independent tests conducted over the past three months involving 10 solid fuels made by us from commercially-available chemicals, our team of engineering and chemistry professors, staff, and students at Rowan University has independently and consistently generated energy in excesses ranging from 1.2 times to 6.5 times the maximum theoretical heat available through known chemical reactions."

Also, check out this article:

Brad Arnold
St Louis Park, MN, USA


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