26 Feb 2014 tampe   » (Journeyer)

We know everything, so why are you thinking mooron!

I have blogged a few times about fundamental physic insights, but there is possibly a better source, there is a free thinker regarding how the world is working, he is a heretic, he say that we all got our models backwards, that QM is a huge joke and that the world is much simpler than proclaimed in science shows and Universities throughout the world, or is he just a person that got tricked by a mathematical play, read on for the story.

The background is that for circa 20 years ago Randi Mills, the founder of BlackLightPower published his theory and has refined it ever since. I spend time reading his books and is really intrigued of how badly treated this material is both by himself and the scientific community as a whole. I know that many of you have read about BlackLightPower and the hydrino power they have so often claimed to produce. To be frank I find the hydrinos fishy and after I read his book I can actually point to weaknesses in Mill's proofs of their existence. But folks, hydrinos and antigravity is just a few sidetracks of the theory, that may be false, not because the theory is bad, but because the theory is missing parts and need to be complemented.

So what is the possible mistake of the assumption of a hydrino state. Well What Mills do is taking plain ol elecromagnetism, he set up a foton trapped by varying charge density in a sphere around the photon and than say that the system is a stable state if it does not radiate and deduces mathematically how this charge distribution look like. In Itself manage to do this is a great theoretical task and he should get a golden star for doing that, no one claims his been mathematically wrong in his solution(s). He then calculate the properties of these atoms and find out that it produces the same energy states and levels as normal quantum electrodynamics say. But not only this, he produces extremely accurate results for many body problems for basically all kinds of atoms and many molecules. Of cause Mills has great confidence in the theory after that feat. But now comes the sorrow part that probably shot down the whole effort and maybe have tricked Mills to haunt a gost for 20 years. He finds out states, hydrino states that is
less energetic states below the normal ground state in e.g. hydrogen. We should be able to produce these hydrino states and be able to harvest the energy from normal water basically for ever, welcome new free energy world. Is it so?, well as a mathematician I am picky with 'if' and 'if and only if'

Mills theory is interesting because it can give a very natural explanation how the world is working. Maxwell's equations for electromagnetism is what we call in mathematics linear, this means that we can superpose different solutions on top of each other and produce new solutions. It is also typical solution when disturbances from a steady state is small. So one would expect the Maxwell equations to be invalid for extreme cases where the disturbances are large. So what can happen when the equation breaks?, well one thing is that waves may start reflecting. It is interesting to note that in Mills solution the information flowing part of the solution at the surface is flowing tangential to the surface which is natural because the solution does not radiate. If we assume that it is the information flowing part that get mirrored at the surface we can imagine that the solution is stable if we deform it slightly. The actual dynamics of what happens if we disturb the system slightly is a key part to really say that a system is non radiating. And this analysis is missing in Mills theory of hydrinos. It can happen that these hydrinos will start radiate if it is disturbed a little and then because of this move even further away and then brake, if this is the case then these hydrino states will not be long lived and not represent a physical solution. So a physical solution does not radiate, but all states that does not radiate is not necessary a physical attainable state. So in
order to accept hydrinos I would need an 'if and only if' proof by Mills.

If you read about Mills theory and try to find critics of his theory, you may find:,

Hydrinos cannot exists because bla bla bla. Correct, but that does not invalidate the theory, it must be complemented.

It challanges QM, QM predicts everything quite well, it cannot work. - Well Mills theory is easier to work with and produces impressive results for especially atom physics, So QM and Mills theory are just two mathematical models of the same physics they are dual. Nowone have shown how this can be so, so why aren't bright theoreticians taking the task to explain it.

Mills talk about antigravity as a fifth force, sure it must be a fake. - Well he produces, is it 1500 pages of dense theory sure if you cherry pick, you can find strange things, but most of it seams to be correct.

Andreas Ratke says' his theory is not Lorenz invariant. Well
Andreas is trying to show this by showing that the charge density does not follow the wave equation. Well here is an issue with 'if and only if'. Solutions to the wave equation follows special relativity, but not all solutions to special relativity follows the wave equation, this critique is a really poor work and you can find quite many issues with it in Mills rebuttal to that paper.

In all I would ask any critique to concretely show how the hell Mill's fake all the calculations that is spot on, and not just mumble some abstract critic, that is really missing the point, Mills has by far not finished his work, that task is up to the physics community. Because reading his book all his amazing formulas seams to be based on just his basic assumption and than plain ol electromagnetism, am I right, or did I miss something, read it for yourself, have fun!



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