Well, Simon Brink i very very often talked here about your works, your website.
Last time it was about the LEC replication business i shared once again your work about Hydrogen trapped inside SS plates excited under FIR because i expected a link with this experiment.
I invite you to comment once again these works because obviously not everyone agrees like Stevenson for example.
Now I also considered the FIR way to explain the biggest event from P&F with 1cm3 Pd cathode.
About universe speculations, i expect fully probable that the farther away from the earth the more the probability of errors is high concerning what one thinks to know to date.
You said:Oh, and about 80% of the mass the Universe is hydrogen with n greater than 1, i.e. H(n=29) otherwise known as dark matter.
My understanding is rather, all Hydrogen atoms shape is close to what Wyttenbach proposed, a kind of donuts ( or cylindrical ?) with an empty center. What you talked as dark matter should be rather only a size variation of this donuts during the universe evolution.
Quickly that means these donuts are bigger between the big bang point and earth then smaller between earth and CMB.
First consequence, everything you see in the universe is false because "distorted"...
So you can understand that Holmlid work or BLP have no interest to me at all.
Not entirely true.
Dense hydrogen is stable when trapped inside chemical structures such as fullerenes, e.g. C-60. Geological deposits are known and are currently being extracted.
Oh, and about 80% of the mass the Universe is hydrogen with n greater than 1, i.e. H(n=29) otherwise known as dark matter. Refer to papers on the subtleatomics.com website.