New Book on Randell Mills/GUTCP Theory Published

The following post has been submitted by Optionsgeek

Brett Holverstott, former Blacklight Power intern and academic co-author to Randell Mills’, has just published a remarkable first-person account of his time at Randell Mills’ research labs. His book, titled Randell Mills and the Search for Hydrino Energy,/em> follows Mills as he develops his hydrino theory, simultaneously describing it in very accessible language.

Going beyond the theory, Holverstott reaches back in time and discusses at length the scientific and philosophical quandaries that pre-dated Mills, deftly setting the context that ultimately led Mills to the Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics (GUTCP).

Holverstott also discusses at some length the intersection of GUTCP and the cold fusion phenomena, providing a compelling rationale for the seemingly contradictory results. A highly recommended read for anyone who has struggled to understand hydrino theory; perhaps the most accessible description we have seen to date. Congratulations to Brett!

  • blanco69

    I’m sure this will be a great read and I will surely give it a go. Just one small point on this. Optionsgeek above notes that Brett is a one time Mills collaborator. That suggests to me that he no longer is. I’m always curious about the human side to these events. If you worked for Mills at a level where you knew he was on the doorstep of a revolution, would you walk away before the bomb dropped? I know that if it was me, I’d work for free just to be there at the moment Randell reveals to the world that all our energy worries were over. I guess I would leave if I wasn’t sure if Randell was onto anything at all.

  • sam

    This is from EgoOut blog.

    (It is about: Randell Mills and the Search for Hydrino Energy Kindle Edition
    by Brett Holverstott

    This book you listed from a few days ago is a game changing work.
    It is incredibly well written and I believe will become a Science best seller.

    Am just arrived in Iceland for 11 days and have it on my kindle.
    This book about Mills is to me Among the top 3 books about the new
    energy story that I have read.

    My prediction is it will (is certainly capable of) shake the foundations of
    Science and consign a current generation of ignorant physicists and
    Academics to the Rubbish heap of history.

    Mills theories truly do end the quantum era with its mangled maths and
    accepted uncertainty. The “shut up and calculate” idea of don’t question
    Quantum, as stated in some physics institutions Will be shown up for the
    stupidity it conveys.

    This book is a must read for anyone wanting a strong glimpse of the future.

    • Ged

      I may check out this book when I have time. I am a strong critic of the hydrino hypothesis for a variety of empiricle reasons, but one must always keep an open mind to new evidence–perhaps the book will have some.

  • tlp

    In less than a week we have had these:
    24/7 SunCell operation:
    New version of the theory book:
    with much updated section about the fifth force.

    This book

    and now

    • Monty

      And nothing of this can convince me BLP has anything marketable in their hands…

      • tlp

        Interesting information…

        • Monty

          I would love to be wrong on this one. But Mills history of incredible innovation without real life products is breathtaking…

  • William D. Fleming

    I am 12% through this exciting book. No advanced degrees are needed to grasp it. I recommend it to everyone.

  • Zephir

    Not sure if absolute genius or just diligent crackpot. His derivations of fine structure constant α and particle masses are worth of attention by itself.

    In addition, he’s incredibly productive, given the immense pile of textbooks and articles, which he already produced or at least redacted (he’s similar to Stephen Wolfram in this extent). Also these books are well organized and thoroughly written and skillfully illustrated – which is in striking contradiction with many crackpots.

    Many other things about Randell Mills look more suspicious for me. For example his models of atom structure look quite naive. My objections against hydrino model were already presented elsewhere. I just don’t see any logics in this concept: if the hydrino is most stable form of matter, we should see it everywhere already.

    And the characterizations of alleged hydrino compounds isolated probably didn’t even pass Mills own standards – they were never attempted to replicate by his own team. Which is strange, because just these tangible samples would confirm the relevance of hydrino model in most reliable way. So so far my verdict is rather negative and unconvinced.

    • Mark Underwood

      I don’t know what you mean by “they were never attempted to replicate by his own team”.
      Blacklight made the hydrino hydride samples. They had them tested by (at least one) outside lab. The outside lab said they were anomalous.

      • Zephir

        If the hydrino is the most stable form of hydrogen and Mills already prepared the gram samples of hydrides, it shouldn’t be a problem to isolate the hydrino in its pure form or at least detect thermogravitationaly or mass spectroscopy. The contemporary chemistry has a tools for exact characterization of microgram amounts already.

        • Zephir

          Usually I’m very opened toward all inconvenient findings. The confirmation of hydrino would be a phenomenal thing: not just with respect to production of energy, which seems to be completely safe and prone to abuse with compare to cold fusion, but also with respect to possible explanation/production of dark matter and also practical utilization of hydrino itself. This stuff should be most dense material at the Earth, even in gaseous form immiscible with air, it should be infinitely stable to high temperatures and radiation, it could be superconductive in thin layers and it should be able to penetrate the walls freely. In addition, it should react with most of elements under formation of compounds of highly anomalous properties. I’m pretty sure, that even if the hydrino synthesis wouldn’t produce any energy, we would find some usage for it.

          Now I’m in position of skeptic myself – but I can see, that the human society has absolutely no tool how to start or stop the validation of findings, which no one actually agrees with. Many experiments, which Mills proposed are both very simple, both they’re based on already expired patents, so I would urge Mills to provide their complete documentation and to establish foundation, which would be dedicated just for replication of findings, which aren’t already protected by any IP.

          We already have well prospering foundations for whatever BS, so just in this case it would be extremely useful. Not only for practical exploitation of hydrino technology, but also for the stopping of research, which is based on fringe ideas. In this way or another, it would save us a money.

        • Mark Underwood

          Mills’ problem is that he is so far off the beaten path that he is largely ignored by academia. Yet, he has published in journals. To see a long list, see this blog posting by Brett Holverstott, the author of the book in question:

          Look at the titles, and you will see there are all kinds of ways Mills and his coauthors have detected both hydrinos and also the energy released upon their formation.

          It should be noted that Mills, while quite open about his findings and methods, doesn’t want others capitalizing on his work. Even lone experimenters attempting to generate energy by hydrino formation have been warned by Mill’s legal team to cease and desist. So I imagine that the few universities that have undertaken to substantiate anomalous hydrino effects have been given special permission by Mills. I’m sure he welcomes replication by others ; he just doesn’t want them profiting by it. To me, that begs the question, why would a lab want to investigate hydrino if it seems there is nothing in it for them? I don’t know.

    • Svein

      After reding the book, one got to be supportive of Mills. Maybe Rossi should read it too, and learn from it.

  • Gerard McEk

    I’ll be interested if Mills shows a device that actually produces considerable excess ENERGY (not power) during hours or weeks that exceeds the possibility of any ‘normal’ chemical reaction going on. The same I ask of Andrea Rossi’s devices. If he does that, then I’ll buy that book immediately.

    • Svein

      It is only $9.99 as Kindle. I downlowded it yesterday and could not stop reading it.
      It is defenitly worth the money.

    • Svein

      Gerard, maybe you got to wait till 1H 2017 BEFORE THEY WILL SHOW 24/7 operation

      Company Confidential
      The Solution: SunCell®

      Continuous power source, developed with

      -polluting: by
      is harmless lower energy
      state of hydrogen called
      Hydrino®, lighter than air,
      vents to space

      System is sealed with H
      O fuel injected with
      nonreactive, recirculated silver,
      absolutely safe
      materials and

      Capital cost estimated at
      to $100
      per kW at
      production power & scale, versus
      for solar

      No Metering: Electricity sold at about $0.05 per kWh
      via a per diem lease fee.

      Low operating cost, only consumable is minimal
      amounts of water

      Scalable from
      10kW to
      10 MWs

      Initially stationary, developing to motive

      Field test in 1H 2017

      Commercial launch in 2H 2017

      • Gerard McEk

        I’ll wait and see……..
        Mills has promissed similar phantastic stuff in the past, but has never really proven it showing a working device really producing excess ENERGY. Maybe he succeeds this time. At least Edmund Storms thinks he is on to something. It would put AR into compitition mode and that’s good anyway.

      • artefact


        Again a new video by BLP:

        “SunCell® comprising an advanced electrode engineering design and some
        refractory material components run in an inert argon atmosphere in a
        glove box. Controllable high power density events were achieved while
        avoiding electrode melting and vaporization. Video shows over two
        minutes out of a one-hour run.”

        • tlp

          A new progress video every Friday! I hope this continues, looking good for a 2017 fully functioning SunCell.
          Rossi could follow this example.

        • optiongeek

          This represents the last significant hurdle. Mills has now shown sustained ignition of a process that we already know generates 100+ COP from water-based fuel. The rest is just engineering refinements, including attaching the concentrator PV and the remaining controls. We are on the cusp of a new society.

  • Monty

    Yeah. Sure. If it floats your boat…

  • Monty

    Puh. yeah well… Great reply!

  • Mark Underwood

    For sure, those companies suited and chosen for large scale production of SunCells will be doing an immense share of in-house testing, eventually. But I imagine that for the first few years the smaller engineering firm(s)? that BrLP is currently working with will be making and testing improving iterations of the product. I imagine (just) thousands of field units, pre beta versions if you wish, before the really big players like a GE or Siemens take it to the next level.

    Mills financial strategy, last I heard some months ago, would be this: BrLP would licence out the manufacturing, but BrLP would own the SunCell units. BrLP would then contract out to other companies the leasing and installation of those units to the public.

    But who knows for sure, hard to see the future is. Last year Mills had said the units would be metered, but that changed (thankfully). AFAIK now there will just be a rental fee akin to the situation with hot water heaters today.

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