The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Quantum Mechanics, by Randell L. Mills
Reviewed by Dieter Britz

This book describes in some detail the author's theory of fractional quantum energy states of hydrogen, lying below that state regarded by orthodox physicists and chemists as the lowest, N = 1. Mills states that this is only the lowest state to which an atom of hydrogen can fall by photon release. The lower states he postulates, 1/n (n = 2, 3, ...) can only be reached by resonant interaction with another atom able to absorb the energy quantum. He states that the book is not about cold fusion, which he calls a failed attempt at producing nuclear energy at room temperature. He postulates instead the CAF (Coulombic annihilation reaction) of the hydrino (or deuterino) atoms, shrunken below the muonic radius; CAF yields tritium and a proton, as well as 3He and a neutron. Mills presents experimental evidence for these, as well as other evidence (e.g. astronomical) to back him up. The book goes into great detail on the theory of the transitions, collective phenomena, gravity, cosmology, elementary particles; all connected by the hydrino theory. Thus, the sometimes used subtitle of the book, "The Theory of Everything" is not inappropriate. There is no index.