Genius Inventor: The controversy about the work of Randell Mills, America's Newton, in historical and contemporary context

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9781419643040: Genius Inventor: The controversy about the work of Randell Mills, America's Newton, in historical and contemporary context
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The book is neither a biography of Mills nor a history of his company, BlackLight Power. The book tries to answer the question, why hasn't their work had a friendlier reception? One answer: the 1989 cold fusion fiasco, with which Mills’ critics falsely identified him after he surfaced in The New York Times in 1991. Another answer: Mills’ sweeping challenge to the theoretical physicists, who journal editors, scientists, graduate students, science writers, science managers, venture capitalists, the funding agencies, Congress, and the attentive public alike are still taught to hold in awe, even though astronomy has now shown that their pet theories can explain less than 5% of everything out there. The book is extensively documented for those who would like to read more about any of the topics mentioned. The book's Table of Contents and Index are available as a free PDF download from the author's personal web page at http://homepage.mac.com/tstolper/

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