The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics (GUTCP) is sort of a non-mainstream theory proposed by Mills, https://brilliantlightpower.com/book-download-and-streaming/ Looks like the books showed remarkable accuracy for the energies of atoms: E.g., page 253, 24.58741 eV, which is similar to experimental ionization energy −24.587387936(25) eV https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helium_atom
And tables in http://www.millsian.com/papers/modeling101208S.pdf, with a few exceptions e.g., CoF2, ~0.3 eV
There are criticisms on https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/details-of-millsian-program.303955/, but I found they were mainly on the standard quantum chemical methods side.
I have two questions
Page 253, " With the contribution of the magnetic energy (Eqs. (7.44) and (7.46))), the binding energy of either of the equivalent electrons of helium (Eqs. (7.44-7.46)) is E_B(He) = 24.58741 eV ", How the magnetic energy was evaluated?
Is there any kind of random test for the accuracy of GUTCP? E.g., newly synthesized molecules?