"Method and Details for Creation of a Spectacular Brilliant Light Flash Potentially Resulting from Hydrino Formation" (BLP Replication Effort)

On the Facebook LENR, Cold Fusion and Andrea Rossi page, a poster named Simon Brink, an Australian engineer, has provided a link to a document he has published in which he attempts a replication of the Brilliant Light Power method.

The report by Simon Brink, published in the Journal of Advances in Physics, is titled “Method and Details for Creation of a Spectacular Brilliant Light Flash Potentially Resulting from Hydrino Formation”, and can be read here: http://cirworld.com/index.php/jap/article/view/2684/pdf_276

From the Discussion in the article:

This experiment demonstrated production of a significant density of photon emissions from a high current, low voltage pulse, as observed within the visible light range.

Photon energy release from excited H2O following energy absorbsion from the transition of base state hydrogen (also from H2O) to a smaller form of hydrogen (hydrino), as proposed by Mills (2011), could be a possible explanation.
Other possible mechanisms for the visible light photon emission observations could include:

– excitement of electron orbitals in copper (or other elements) to higher energy states by electric current, then the subsequent release of photons during a return to ground state.

– a reduction in the orbital size of excited free electrons moving through the system (as current) as they pass into the high resistance zone between electrodes resulting in a release of photons.

Interestingly, Simon states that he has received from BLP threats of legal action because of his work: “Cease and desist notices. IP infringement”

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