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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    There have been almost two dozen analytical techniques showing hydrino, including atomic hydrino and various hydrino levels. See attached images.
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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Cherepanov2020)

    Then how do you explain Hagen's results? How do you explain the same results on multiple apparatus?
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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Two hydrinos will spin pair to form molecular hydrino, just as hydrogen atoms spin pair to form molecular hydrogen. And H(/4) is not the only stable hydrino. He also describes H(1/17). The hydrino product depends on the catalyst.…
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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    So how do you explain the absolutely stunning results from Hagen (and others)? Hagen shows that H2(1/4) exhibits paramagnetism, precisely as predicted over a decade ago by GUTC. The match to H2(1/4) is exact across multiple…
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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    I'm perfectly satisfied with the force balance equations for the hydrino states. If you think you have found a flaw then I encourage you to publish. The last person who tried that was Rathke and he was forced to issue a…
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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    "Effective" nuclear charge is simply the impact that the electric field of the trapped photon exerts on the electron. As Mills points out in at the beginning of Chapter 2, both the atom and the trapped photon have neutral "actual" charge.
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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Let's stick with your original claim that Mills' trapped photon somehow unbalances the charge of the atom. I showed you the text that disproves that, with Mills explicitly stating the opposite. Will you admit that you made a claim…
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  • optiongeek Reacted with Like to Deleo’s post in the thread BLP update.

    250kw of continuous steam will be tested in a real world setting for thermal and steam applications. So this is kind of a moment of truth for Brilliant Light (after 25 years). It will be easy to measure the unit's performance against existing ways of…
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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    The derivation for interaction of the trapped photon's electric field within a bound electron is provided starting around Equation 2.10 in GUTCP.

    (edit) I found the following in the text near the start of Chapter 2:

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  • optiongeek Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Not true - absolutely nowhere does Mills say that a photon "generates charge". He says that the electric field of the photon will either detract from or augment the electric field of the central charge as felt by the electron. The…
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