Canadian John Hutchison is a self-taught scientist who reports to have accidentally stumbled onto a collection of phenomena now known as the Hutchison Effect during attempts to study the longitudinal waves of Tesla back in 1979. Some of the effects produced include levitation of heavy objects, metal samples turned transparent, metals turned into jelly, and the spontaneous fracturing of metals. The Hutchison Effect has been well documented both on film and videotape, and has been witnessed many times by numerous credentialed scientists and engineers. His findings have been televised in the U.S., Japan, and Canada. They have also piqued interest from electrical engineering, aircraft companies, the Canadian Department of Defense, and the military.
On Friday's show, Richard Syrett welcomed John Hutchison, the self-taught Canadian inventor who has become known around the world for his remarkable experiments that show physical phenomena that are not explainable by conventional physics. He discussed his new invention: a ray gun designed to shield the Oregon coast from Fukushima radiation. This was followed by Open Lines in the second half. ... More »Host: Richard Syrett
Physicist Dr. Bob Koontz, and independent researcher John Hutchison discussed the Hutchison Effect, and such topics as antigravity, Tesla technology, UFO propulsion, free energy, and the Philadelphia Experiment. First hour guest, astronomer Seth Shostak talked about SETI and the discovery of new exoplanets. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ufologist David Sereda and inventor John Hutchison discussed the often difficult to duplicate Hutchison Effect and its relationship to UFO propulsion systems.The Hutchison Effect uses RF fields and electrostatic energy to create an "interdimensional shift," Hutchison explained. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Self-taught scientist John Hutchison discussed his accidentally discovered Hutchison Effect which he described as a "Pandora's box" of levitation, transmuting metals, and the appearance of strange lights. The effects occurred when he set up an array of Tesla-styled equipment in experiments dating back over 20 years. ... More »Host: George Noory
The "jellification" of metal and the levitation of objects were brought about by the "Hutchison Effect," explained Canadian-based inventor John Hutchison, Art Bell's guest on Friday's night. Using such items as Tesla coils and RF generators to create the effect, Hutchison said a 1500 lb. transformer was lifted one inch. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Canadian inventor John Hutchison uses Tesla's inventions to create his high voltage anti-gravity lift, plus he has amazing crystal energy generators that run on zero point energy, and more. ... More »Host: Art Bell