Hydrogen is the simplest atom: one electron revolving around one proton. Imagine an atom of hydrogen enlarged so much that the proton is as big as a golf ball and you’d find the circling electron three hundred yards away!
Mills and de Geus both discovered that hydrogen’s electron orbit can be made to collapse, becoming a much smaller sphere. A tremendous amount of energy is thus released. The new atoms, which Mills labeled hydrinos, do not need to burn with an oxidizer to liberate energy. Mills claims to have “made independently validated energy cells that produce 1,000 times the energy of burning Hydrogen.”
A huge amount of Hydrogen is stored in water. The oceans contain 8 million trillion barrels of water. Think about the implications: Even without deuterium or nuclear options, one barrel of water can yield as much energy as hundreds of barrels of oil - just by making clever use of hydrinos.
This can safely be accomplished without releasing radiation or pollution. The cost will be far lower than solar, wind or nuclear energy. Hydrino systems can help accelerate independence from fossil fuels.
Most scientists believe that fractional quantum states are not possible. However, in a paper he wrote during the 1960’s, the late Dr. Robert Carroll, a mathematical physicist, suggested that inverse quantum states would one day prove important. Mills and de Geus have each pioneered technology based on energy released as the electrons of hydrogen atoms are induced by a catalyst to transition to lower-energy levels (i.e. drop to lower base orbits around each atom's nucleus) corresponding to fractional quantum numbers. Ronald Bourgoin, once a graduate student of Carroll’s, showed the general wave equation predicts exactly the 137 inverse principal quantum levels claimed by Mills. De Geus patented a very different energy production method based upon utilization of fractional hydrogen.
Chava’s engineers have discovered what we believe will prove to be a much better approach. With all due respect to those pioneers, Chava has been developing enhanced theoretical and practical paths that lead towards commercialization of energy conversion systems that utilize hydrinos.
For example, hydrinos are expected to make possible Self Powered Internal Combustion Engines (SPICE™). A SPICE In a hybrid car will require no fuel. When parked, the vehicle will be able to wirelessly sell power to the grid, or supply electricity to a suitably equipped home or small business.
Imagine the positive impact on the economy and the environment of future cars, trucks, and buses, that need no fuel or recharge, and can pay for themselves over time. This is a near-term alternative to new nuclear plants, and it promises to undercut the economics of burning coal.