About the Book: Randell Mills and the Search for Hydrino Energy by Brett Holverstott
Synopsis | In 1991, when Randell Mills proposed a new model of the atom, and a new way to extract energy from hydrogen, few believed it possible. After 25 years of research, Mills and his company Brilliant Light Power stand on the brink of commercializing an explosive new energy source that could bring an end to the era of fossil fuels. The catch? Mills is reshaping the paradigm of physics for the twenty-first century.
Told as a personal journey of discovery, this book takes an inside look at Mills, his critics and collaborators, experiments and technology, and the broad impact his theories may have on our understanding of the universe. It provides sweeping historical background to engage new readers, and an exhaustive bibliography for advanced readers.
The book contains 80 illustrations by Matt Schmidt. Forward by Kert Davies. 450 pgs. Available in print and ebook format.
Brett Holverstott started reading physics books when he was 11. He likes to know enough philosophy to keep physicists on their toes and enough physics to keep philosophers on their toes. He holds a BA in Philosophy from Reed College, where he also studied physics and chemistry, and wrote a thesis on the history of quantum theory.
An explorer of ideas, he counts scientists, philosophers, artists, and architects among his mentors and influences. He holds a Masters in Architecture from the University of Oregon, and is a licensed architect in the state of Washington, where he is a pioneer in green, modular building.