Review by Dr. Landvogt

Dr. Günther Landvogt, “The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Quantum Mechanics”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol. 28, No. 10, (2003), p. 1155.

In “The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Quantum Mechanics”, Dr. Randell L. Mills really presents what the title promises: a theory which unifies Maxwell’s equations, Newton’s laws, and special and general relativity, electro-dynamics, mechanics, and gravity unified in a consistent theory, reaching from subatomic particles to cosmological dimensions. Only two ideas are basically new: (1) An unconventional, but logical use of Maxwell’s equations resulting in a revolutionary interpretation of the electron; (2) A slight modification of general relativity resulting in a revolutionary model of the Universe. The rest of his theory is remarkably old: Mills believes—and verifies—that all the “classical” laws being valid in the “classical” branches of physics also hold in the atomic and subatomic fields. He presents a “classical” quantum mechanics that is simple, transparent, straightforward, consistent, and powerful. It does not need any postulates; the classical laws (including Einstein’s) and physical constants are sufficient. Mills’ quantum physics makes extensive use of Planck’s constant, but avoids too much uncertainty. It is based on Maxwell’s wave equation rather than Schrödinger’s. The rich harvest is a heavy book filled with a firework of theoretical and practical consequences. Mills’ ingenious way of thinking creates in different physical areas astonishing results with fascinating mathematical simplicity and harmony. And his theory is strongly supported by the fact that nearly all these results are in comfortable accordance with experimental findings, sometimes with breathtaking accuracy. Mills predicts fractional quantum energy levels of hydrogen and offers the quasi-chemical process to realize them. His experiments demonstrate that it represents the potential of a highly promising energy source. This is only one example of practical outcome. The book offers far more and is a treasure for scientists and engineers who feel that they have a future. And Mills is still busy at work.

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