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... More »Host: Richard Syrett