Is Randall Mills the 21st Century Thomas Edison?
We are told that there is no "magic" bullet to fix the economy. Maybe there is. Randall Mills, an inventor, tinkerer, with the tenacity of Thomas Edison, has developed the BlackLight Process.
This process which violates known rules of physics takes a hydrogen electron from the ground state, its lowest state, and then drops it below that level to a "hydrino". This step releases 200 times the energy release from the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen to make water.
The BlackLight process is already cost competitive with coal and nuclear, and, as a green energy source, costs less than a quarter of what wind and solar cost. It has no effluent, fuel is free and it doesn't, unlike wind, need a smart grid. In 20-30 years it could end our dependence on foreign oil and permit the US to be the largest exporter of this new technology world wide.
BlackLight already has contracts from seven utilities to generate 8250 mW of electrical energy or over 4 times the output of the Hoover Dam.
Now that Mills has tied up the patents, he is starting to publish his theories.