Does anyone know how BlacklightPower's latest non-sense is able to spit out answers that are close to correct? ( http://www.millsian.com/ ) They actually are willing to release a trial program, so I figured someone by now has dug through it and determined how it does it. Based on the shear number of tests molecules the company used, I'm wondering if it is just essentially a huge tight binding fit to many molecules. They released a "paper" comparing their program to a quantum chemistry package (SPARTAN), in which they clearly compare the wrong values in order to claim spartan isn't even order of magnitude correct (I can run similar calculations on the PC GAMESS quantum chemistry package and see that the Millsian people must not have grabbed the correct value from the output or something ... while I can't prove they did it on purpose, I of course suspect it). Because they attack standard quantum chemistry packages, and are trying to make money on what appear to me to be a fraud (and the company is taking in millions from unsuspecting investors), I assumed someone would have investigated and reported this. Suprisingly, some google searching didn't bring anything up. Does anyone know any details? How can they get away with this?