I had been following the work of Randell Mills for years. His company, Black Light Power, in nearby Cranburry NJ has been claiming a new form of chemistry based on a new state of hydrogen inside a catalyst.
This is a follow-up to a previous article Will 2010 be the year of Zero Point Energy? It focuses on the perceived differences between hydrino and fractional hydrogen and proposes that the two are equivalent.
For decades researchers have often reported anomalous excess heat when atomic hydrogen and catalysts are involved. The mechanisms and therefore the ability to scale this effect have so far eluded scientists. Some research points to chemical byproducts and other research points to nuclear byproducts but both are insufficient to explain the amount of heat detected.
Kitamura, A., et al., Anomalous effects in charging of Pd powders with high density hydrogen isotopes. Phys. Lett. A, 2009. 273(35): p. 3109-3112. http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/KitamuraAanomalouse.pdf
The Hydrino was dismissed by mainstream physicists because it was defined as having orbital states lower than ground state.
Lorentz multiplier for Quantum states
by Francis X Roarty
Randell Mills, founder of Black Light Power, claims a fractional quantum state of hydrogen he coins the “hydrino” which is formed inside skeletal catalyst Rayney nickel and has up to 137 fractional quantum states. The hydrino is claimed to produce much more heat energy than chemistry can explain inside the pores / cavities of the … Read more Casimir cavities create a “gravity Hill” vs. “gravity Well” allowing water as fuel source
My interpretation of 4D Space-time is from an unphysical perspective on the time axis looking down on the zero intersect where time meets the 3D spatial axis for an instant we refer to as the “present
The June 2009 LENR seminar at University of Missouri presenters kept an open mind towards the method employed to produce anomalous heat. The numerous reports of excess heat manifestations across bubble fusion, LENR and Casimir cavities are well documented and often replicated but the physics remains controversial.
An unusually exotic theory of sonoluminescence, which received much popular attention, is the Casimir energy theory suggested by noted physicist Julian Schwinger which focuses on long distance quantum radiative phenomenon associated not with atoms, but with fast-moving surfaces in the collapsing bubble.