Just to remind you: The next goal of ITER (with 10+ spoiled Billions..) is to maintain a plasma for 1 second. Mills had a self sustained hydrogen plasma for roughly a minute on a table.
Mills has a self sustained silver plasma.
If BLP is trying to replacing silver with gallium, its not going too well.
I don't understand this electrode replacement. Why would the type of the liquid electrode metal make a difference in the nature of the hydrino plasma? The hydrino is just a product of a catalyzed hydrogen reaction...right?
The XUV spectrum of this gallium plasma based hydrino reaction should be identical to the silver plasma based hydrino reaction...right?