This is hereby unmasked as Orwellian doublethink. Since when is the potential energy of the atom of an element measured from its molecular state? This is exactly like saying that a truck sitting at the bottom of a hill has more "potential energy" than one sitting at the top, because of the energy required to drive it up to the top of the hill! What a strange way to define "potential energy". It is like saying an empty gas can has the potential energy of the gas that it takes to fill it up!
The unique thing about the hydrogen atom, is that it is "born" at the top of the hill! Its astounding properties lie in its ability to perform as a "doorway" between the ether and the world of more familiar atomic matter.
The relativist statements have been unwittingly accepted as correct, because there is no ether or Zero Point Radiation possible under their theories, and the molecules have to have more energy than the atoms separately, because "E = MC2". The RQMs have misrepresented and concealed this process in which separate atoms—with lower MASS— possess more "atomic" energy than the molecules! Ha! These facts on hydrogen show that E equals MUCH MORE THAN MC2.
Under relativism and quantum mechanics, "solid" matter is thought erroneously to be the most "compact", "stored" form of "atomic energy", because the energy is supposed to be released by the "smashing" and destruction, or fusing together of atoms, which Tesla said was false. It is clearly shown by the atomic hydrogen reaction that Tesla was right and the relativists and Einstein were wrong, because the hydrogen atoms have more potential energy in a separate atomic state than they do in the diatomic molecular state! This can only be either because when separate, the atoms "gather" energy from the ZPR, and eject it from the ether when recombined! In either case, the energy is not stored by the atoms, and no longer possessed by the molecules after release, unless there is an even greater lie hiding in the relativist bushes.
This perverse potential energy fallacy is also a way to confuse the diatomic hydrogen molecules with the nascent atomic hydrogen atoms produced by the hydrolysis of water. The energy of hydrolysis is equated with the energy of dissociation, and the energy of combustion with the energy of recombination, yet the information presented here shows that by combining the hydrolysis of water, in which atomic hydrogen is produced directly, with the atomic hydrogen recombination process, instead of the combustion process—and perhaps throwing the oxygen away—that at least 10.5 times as much energy as the hydrolytic input
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