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Book 2

About the Book: Randell Mills and the Search for Hydrino Energy by Brett Holverstott

Randell Mills and the Search for Hydrino Energy

Brett Holverstott

In 1991, Randell Mills proposed a new model of the atom, and a new way of generating energy from hydrogen. Few believed it possible.

Twenty-five years later, Mills stands on the brink of commercializing an explosive new energy source that could bring an end to the era of fossil fuels.

An oddessy of discovery, this book is 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. Sweeping historical background, good writing, and beautiful illustrations make this book universally readable.


What Do Readers Say?

 

 

 

Brett Holverstott’s book is a remarkable achievement. It is a beautifully and logically organized exposition of the difficulties with progress in modern science , juxtaposed with the extraordinary saga of Randell Mills and his revolutionary new theory
— John Sharp
A superb overview, in accessible language, of the salient points of the theory and its supporting experiments and empirical data.
— Luke Setzer, NASA Engineer
Perhaps the greatest scientific story ever told. Well written and immensely informative, Holverstott has provided us with a first-person narrative as the most novel and unexpected theory in the history of physics is developed.
— OptionGeek
Captivating, well researched, and even-handed in the telling of what we hope is the final unification of gravity with electromechanics, and the resolution to many vexing paradoxes in modern physics.
— Paul Hvass
Highly recommended for those generally interested in science and technology.
— Om2010
A monumental effort... This is at once a science history treatise and business mystery story. The evolution of this technology and emergence into the real world has been slow and filled with quick right turns and dead ends. This book captures it all.
— Kert Davies