Randell Mills And The Search For Hydrino Energy

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Local author Brett Holverstott and illustrator Matt Schmidt will read from, discuss, and sign copies of their new book: Randell Mills and the Search for Hydrino Energy!

In 1991, when Randell Mills proposed a new way to extract energy from hydrogen via the "hydrino", few believed it possible. But after 25 years of research, Mills and his team are on the brink of commercializing an explosive new hydrogen energy source that could bring an end to the era of fossil fuels. The catch? His ideas may reshape the paradigm of physics for the twenty-first century.

How do we recognize major discoveries? Great minds from peddling fools? Why are we bound by the inertia of past beliefs? This book is an inside look at Mills, his critics and collaborators, experiments and technology, and the wide impact his theories, told with historical background for a broad audience. 80 illustrations accompany the text.

“A monumental effort... at once a science history treatise and a business mystery story... that doesn’t short change the intense complexity of the scientific material for the background drama”—Kert Davies, Climate Investigations Center.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Brett Holverstott is an architect and writer in Seattle. He holds a BA in Philosophy from Reed College, where he also studied the physical sciences. He worked with Mills for several years and coauthored two scientific papers. He also holds an Masters in Architecture from the University of Oregon. His first book is a hybrid work of science journalism, exposition, memoir, and philosophy of science.

ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR

Matt Schmidt lives in the Pacific Northwest with his family, where he looks for bears and whales, eats oysters and draws pictures.
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