• The hydrino does not react to EMF but it has mass because it is purported to produce gravitational effects.


    axil : Physics is slightly more complex that mind-shredering papers. Of course do Hydrinos react with EMF. But the zone of interaction is very narrow. The spin-flip transition is always allowed as other non orbital changes too.

  • axil : Physics is slightly more complex that mind-shredering papers. Of course do Hydrinos react with EMF. But the zone of interaction is very narrow. The spin-flip transition is always allowed as other non orbital changes too.


    Mills has been writing  mind-shredding papers since 1990, and you have read most of them. Before Mills got so involved in all that writing, he should have come up with a way to detect and characterize these hydrinos through experiment in such a way that these experiments are convincing and self evident. In this way, the hydrino would have been widely accepted by science as real.


    The polariton is an example of how a hard to understand and detect particle was first detected, then characterized and now widely accepted with many thousands of papers about them written every year. It is even possible to become tenured in science using the polariton as a subject of science. The same should be true for the hydrino but Mills has not done the work to made such things possible.


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  • I don't get the impression that Mills is much interested characterizing the Hydrino. He seems mostly concerned with its formation and the spectrum given by the process (and the industrially useful energy it gives off).

    On the other hand, Holmlid never seemed to be much interested describing what happens during UDH formation, mostly to characterize it once formed.



    By the way, here's the full paper from Badiei and Holmlid published in 2002 on the proposal of Rydberg matter could be a dark matter candidate due to its properties. By their own admission it's more a speculative suggestion than a full theory, and the subject wasn't touched often. This was before they found about ultra-dense Hydrogen:


    https://www.researchgate.net/p…ity_condensed_dark_matter (scroll down for the full paper available for reading)


    AFAIK they've also published other papers in the past linking Rydberg matter with natural phenomena in the Universe or suggesting a relationship.

  • The proposition that the hydrino is dark matter is critical for Mills theory because this bark matter idea supports the assertion that the SunCell produces energy with only hydrinos as dark matter is its ash. If hydrinos are not dark matter then the SunCell must produce ash. If the SunCell produces ash, then it must be a LENR reaction. In other words, the hydrino is malarky.

  • axil

    It doesn't matter much if it's dark matter (no pun intended), but more if it can be interacted with after it has been formed. The idea that it's a gas lighter than air that escapes any container and eventually goes into space after it forms seems to dodge this issue, but in the excerpt below from a 1998 interview from Infinite Energy with Randell Mills there's a clear suggestion that it's not intangible matter. So on this aspect it wouldn't be in principle too much different from Rydberg matter/UDH (except that these aren't supposed to be gases but rather, condensed matter):


    http://www.infinite-energy.com/images/pdfs/RosenblumIE17.pdf