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Hutchison effect

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John Hutchison made experiments trying to get antigravity effects.

His experiments have shown interesting results

Hutchison effect

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Here is a chunk of metal that is

completely distorted by the levitation process

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A metal slab with holes in it

has a knife impaled inside

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Steel cylinder is metal turned to jelly.

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Steel cylinder is metal turned to jelly.

Hutchison effect can be explained from the new nuclear model proposed in Quantum Ring Theory,

The figure bellow shows a nucleus 8O16, where six flux of gravitons are formed by a central 2He4.


According to the structure of aether proposed in Quantum Ring Theory, a current of electric massless particles of the aether is induced by the nuclear flux of gravitons.

The current of electric massless particles perform the Coulombic electric field of the nuclei.

So, we can expect that a strong electric current applied on a metal can change the flux of gravitons within the nuclei of the metal (as happened in Hutchison experiment), and this causes a chunck of the metal.

See also

Antigravity within the photon


Quantum Ring Theory


The Hutchison Effect at AAG

Photo Galleries

Hutchison Effect Material Jellification Gallery (70-images)

Hutchison Effect Spectrographic Analysis Gallery (15-images)

John Hutchison's Equipment and Lab (77-images)


1980's era 'classic' Hutchison Video

Hutchison Effect Laboratory Interview

Hutchison Effect Technical Interview

New H-Effect Footage (2006)

Hutchison Audio-Interview

Controlling the H-Effect Interview