This is fantasy. Hydrogen can exist without spin pairing. And so far Mills did not show any measurement of single H(1/4) and H(1/17). Physics is not just postulation of a possible idea. Only measurement counts.
H* has been first found and measured by Santilli. So he is the one who discovered it. Further Holmlid has measured various forms of H*/D* clusters, but with unreliable methods and his claims (about bond energy) seem to be as wrong as Mills ones.
We should continue to talk when Mills delivers a first reliable measurement of a single (1/x) hydrino or an other (> 1/4) dihydrino that in fact can exists as the quantization of the proton magnetic moment allows higher states in combination with other nuclei.
There have been almost two dozen analytical techniques showing hydrino, including atomic hydrino and various hydrino levels. See attached images.