However, it appears that some scientists have started to warm up to the idea of the hydrino. Quoting W. Henry Weinberg professor of Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Applied Physics at California Institute of Technology:
"It would be irrational not to be very skeptical, and I was extremely skeptical. However, after having reviewed Dr. Mills classical theory, participated in experimental designs and execution, and having reviewed vast amounts of other data BLP produced, I have found nothing that warrants rejection of their extraordinary claims, and I encourage aggressive optimization and fast track development of a scaled up prototype," said Dr. Weinberg. "To be able to use hydrogen from water as a cheap and nonpolluting source of power would represent one of the most important technological breakthroughs in history."Refer to the article I wrote back in December of 2010 titled Blacklight Power, Inc. Survives Over a Decade of Skepticism for further details on this revolutionary technology and company.
 Electricity generated from water: BlackLight Power announces validation of its scientific breakthrough in energy production, MarketWatch