To honor some work of Mills:

Mills treatment of the fundamental energies inside nuclear bonds by splitting them in to electric (coulomb part) magnetic and kinetic terms is a very good approach for symmetric, highly symmetric particles/bonds.

So he can deliver 6 digits precision for the the e-p hyper fine frequency but totally fails for Deuterium. Also the electron g-factor is highly precise. Of course Mills never found a way to use his own metric based on the proper gamma factor, what undermined his progress. Using the proper metric you can get 9 digits for the e-p system.

The general problem is that the Coulomb law breaks down in the near field and only in rare conditions the (compensating) magnetic energy can be derived in a simple way.

So you have to know the nuclear/particle symmetry that is given by the SO(4) topology.

So his work is full of good ideas and regrettably also full of mathematical and conceptual blunders. He makes the same mistake as e.g. Dirac made: Physics is not defined by mathematics. A formula that is correct for a specific case (thanks to symmetry) most often is blatantly wrong in the general case.

So e.g. standard model QED only could deliver some results (in scattering) because by sheer luck the interaction energy of the proton has a three rotation symmetry. So everything SM tells about the **structure **of particles/mass is blatant nonsense because QED has no knowledge of the internal SO(4) structure of particles.

So we can say that Mills did successfully throw the first big stone in an old window (SM) but he never made it through it.

May be one day he also will understand that H*-H* (His name dihydrino (1/4)..) is a weak nuclear bond between protons and that hydrinos are a mathematical fantasy or as many times said already: Known plasma resonances.