Re: poly: and again, Mills

From: Perry E. Metzger <>
Date: Wed Feb 25 1998 - 08:21:24 PST

I hate to say this, Damien, but are we next going to get in depth
discussions of polywater?


Damien Broderick writes:
> A clear, brief overview and assessment of Mills' claims is
> which is
> Technical Assessment Report
> Prepared by
> Technology Insights, an energy consulting firm in San Diego,
> California, conducted a review of BlackLight Power Inc. (prior company name
> HydroCatalysis Power Corp.) technology for a client in mid 1996, and
> documented the results and conclusions in a confidential report.
> The report provides an independent overview of BlackLight Power
> technology status and prospects as of mid 1996. The confidentiality
> restrictions arising from technical information have subsequently been
> removed. [etc]
> and claims, inter alia:
> Given the time and resource limitations of this assessment, it was not
> considered productive to attempt an in-depth review of the theory. However,
> discussions with (deleted) (Section 5.1) of Penn State indicate that the
> theory has received considerable review by reputable physicists over the
> past several years, resulting in extensions of the phenomena addressed by
> Mills, but no fundamental flaws in the theory have been identified.
> (deleted) has also spent considerable effort reviewing the theory and its
> mathematical derivation (interview summary, Section 5.1). (deleted)
> indicated a strong belief in the general validity and importance of Mills'
> theory, but expressed concern regarding some inconsistencies in the
> theoretical framework which he was unable to resolve. He feels that what is
> needed is for others to become interested and begin working on the
> mathematical development of the theory, and believes that the best way to
> make that happen is to advance an energy generation device and expand the
> empirical evidence supporting the theory. Consistent with this view,
> attention was focused on the case for the existence of the postulated
> results - the hydrino - and the degree of confidence in the observation of
> excess energy in the cell experiments conducted by HPC and others. The cell
> experiments are addressed in Section 4.2, and the case for the existence of
> hydrino is addressed below. [u.s.w.]
> Damien Broderick
Received on Wed Feb 25 16:24:26 1998

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