Amazingly, Blacklight Power will not go away. This organisation claims to have something to do with science, and that they can extract energy from hydrogen atoms as follows (quotation taken from here) :
... energy is released as the electrons of hydrogen atoms are induced by a catalyst to transition to lower-energy levels (i.e. drop to lower base orbits around each atom's nucleus) corresponding to fractional quantum numbers ...
Oh wow! I can see how a pseudo-scientist with a poor grasp of quantum mechanics might dream up this idea by noodling around with the algebra of the QM of a hydrogen atom. Fractional quantum numbers? Why not? If we do that then we can get energy levels lower than the previously accepted ground state energy. Fantastic! We can access a new source of energy. Hey, man, pass the bong.
There is a teeny little problem with this fractional quantum number idea. The wavefunction has to be multi-valued or has to diverge at infinity to accommodate this sort of quantum number, and since the wavefunction is the projection of the state vector onto a set of orthogonal basis states, this means that this projection would have to be multi-valued (or have to diverge). What is that supposed to mean? It means you have got it wrong.
Unfortunately, many intelligent people who are not formally trained in science fall for this sort of hocus pocus because of the Parrot Effect. Even if you are only slightly gullible, then provided that you hear about something from either a single apparently respectable source, or from a large number of unreliable sources, then you are likely to believe it.
Blacklight Power? I hope you haven't bought shares in it.