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930727/12                      The Hutchison Effect Apparatus                             By John Hutchison              a...
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One set-up, illustrated in figure 9 , seemed to Some years ago, Drs. Lakken and Wilson ar- produce changes In the cosmic b...
Figure 11 Is a cutaway showing the nuclear       gigahertz magnetron pulsed by an old rotary     section in the center of ...
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Sample Reactions           (Extracted from Reports)The effects of unexpected fieU interactions areshown in figures 35 and ...
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One set-up, illustrated in Figure 9 , seemed to Some years ago, Drs. Lakken and Wilson ar- produce changes In the cosmic b...
Figure 11 is a cutaway showing the nuclear        gigahertz magnetron pulsed by a n old rotary     section in the center o...
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Sample Reactions           (Extracted from Reports)The effects of unexpected fteH interactions areshown in figures 35 and ...
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The Hutchison Fil*The Hutchison effect - a lift and disruption system                                          George D. H...
Tim Hutchison        FilaT h e L i f t and D i s r u p t i o n S y s t e m o r t h e H u t c h i s o n E f f e c t i s d i...
Thv Hutchison FitoThe earliest explanation was given by Mel Winfield of Vancouver, whose namemay be familiar from Dr. Nlep...
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The Hutchison   Fito        but when we developed the film It turned out something was definitely there. .::,    In this s...
Tha Hutchison FitoThe disruption part of this L i f t and Disruption System has produced confirmatoryphysical samples that...
Th* Hutchison FitoThis Is a polished sample, that is why it looks nice and clean. Notice theunusual globules forming (posi...
Th* Hutchison FitoIncreasing propulsive power is being applied t o this as witnessed by this increasingacceleration curve....
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ThQ Hutchison FitoFigure 1-   Examples of disruptive phenomena» including a broken bushing.Figure 2.   Two samples of disr...
The Hutchison FiiaFigure 3. Aluminium specimen from one of John Hutchisons experimentsOctober 1984 (70x magnification)Figu...
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  1. 1. ElectricsPacecraftA jOu^MAl Or INT£A*CTIVE « i £ A A C H 73 Strrçfct & ? « lr<*tter Q »:?*3 T<l 7G« 633-0]i 3 August 20. 1997 f i x 704 UJ+JJII John Hutchison Apt. 305 727 5th Avenue New Westminster. BC Canada V3M 1X8 Dear John: I would like to inform you lhat the Huichison effect was mentioned in a poster presentation recently delivered to NASAs Breakthrough Physics Propulsion Workshop. The poster was designed to communicate come of the ¡dtdS submitted to ESJ through the years that might have the most potential for applications in the future of space travel. Copies of the poster and the accompanying paper, which were made available to many prominent space scientists and engineers, arc enclosed. Thank you for your contributions to this poster and ESJ. Sincerely, Chartes A Yost
  2. 2. 930727/12 The Hutchison Effect Apparatus By John Hutchison and ESJ staff There have been some serious investigations Into the HutcNson Effect In Canada, the United States, and Germany. ($ee articles ¡n ESJ #4. J The reality of objects being moved, levitated, or restructured by magnetic and electric Held effects does not seem to be In question. Just how or why the events happen Is the questionable part. John Hutchison has been providing ESJ with details on his work, as have a few others who have worked with Nm over the years. The picture consis- tently described is that of numerous experimental apparatus being operated simultaneously and In- teractively. Events occur, somewhat unpre- dictably. 77i(s is a format of accidental discovery through undeflnedmixture. Itlsexcltlng to Ihe expert* menter, yet frustrating tothe scientist trying to sort out the interaction of the variables. Although recol- lection and details am difficult Mr. Hutchison de* scrlbessomeofhlsapparatusfathtsattempttoshafe wilh other experimenters.I will attempt to explain details of the apparatus up to fourteen transformers. These includedused in my experiments and will start wilh the twclvc*volt transformers for vacuum tubes,input power used to trigger the host of Tesla 400,000-voIt AC transformers, a Siemenscoils, static generators, transformers, interferom- 250,000-voIt DC X-ray transformer, and othereters, magnetics, metal masses, and nuclear items. Regeneration equipment of 450 kHz upsources, etc. The source power was 110 volts to 2500 MHz was also operatedrAC operated at 400 watts to 4000 watts. Oneside of the AC line had a power factor capacitor The general power circuit 15 shown in Figure 1.(60 cycles, 250 voh), and a 100-amp current A and B are current limiters which ranged fromlimiter The magnetics of the current limiter two to seven amps. By this means some trans-were also used in the experiment interactions. formers were limited to this amperage instead of the fifty amps that might otherwise be drawn.This power source was divided up in a function The current limiters were adjustable and thebox and, through switching, went to variacs. magnetics from them were used in close prox-The variac outputs were monitored by wattme- imity to the spark gaps and an alpha-betaters, ampmeters, and voltmeters, and supplied emission unit, I had bypass switches on each Warning: The re-creation of certain aspects 0/ iJicsc experiments is extremely dangerous and should not be attempted urffhouf proper rrafnfng or guidance. u l*BMtHNCll744U$A
  3. 3. «HV cppariror iï "1 r m tOO A eurrgnl timiur IIûVACîOift function box 2ílnirtcvi wtth pilot tighit Figure 1. Electrical Power Controlcurrent limiter which I used often. Unfortu- primary and 1 0 , 0 0 0 turns of number 3 2 wirenately there was a n inddertt o n e time in which on an 8-inch diameter secondaiy tube* A n o t h e rIhe outside p o l e transformer blew u p w h e n coil used twelve-gauge wire o n a 24-inch diarrrusing t h e bypass switch. eter tube, mounted horizontally- These a r e not shown.T h e symbol fx) is used t o represent the highpctential leads in Figures J, 5~7% and 17. These ¿f dia copper battfigures are rough schematics of some circuits. 3*<ta eopf*r ballMy favorite Tesla atfls are $hown in Figures 2a n d J . O t h e r Tesla coils I bad w e r e of t h e flat <- a t r o l t tntulatorpancake-type with 1-inch copper tube in the 6 tuTftK *pat*d *WP — icttfld coil *# ***** ¡jta&s or citar urir* tpQClng — J * tito inntr coit *28c*0ih cattf*rf 4**. ViAércoi!*32wir* multiple prtmary on* turn. J -rffa.ioppc* ruW lanud cnit iatoid cot! &>nn*emt SO |umi> *ff&pp+r m* tocanttnuou* tvm *$2 udtet 4 • duvneier ffi Figure 2 Dumbbell Tesla Coll, 3 » 1 tong- ¡Design of this coit latks details, for instance: 1) Figure 3- Seuenfoot-toll Tesla Coit ¡Design of primary coil /oajffon and drive. 2} secondary thlscoit lacksdetflïh, for instance: Ildlmen&lorts ends connection toceramtc terminal, 3)whether of coiis, 2) connection* of coils, 3) power Input torolds ore actively wired to something or notJ to primary. 15 EUcfrf- 3p+c+ermtt L«tfîï«f.NC2nï-tdUSA
  4. 4. 2J t ÜOOV*C H choké coik W MWl_ FlgureS TejfoCol/A wrfe¿í* (nAjffor M M OtofSftOOOVff ^F^-hfc KFchoU Figure 4. Vacuum Tube Tesla Coil Drive Figure 6 T « t o Coll B 2 1 5 omp -irtabl* CU/rrnl Oto2S0,<*WVDC tow JnJjciOic* pijiTVJ ¿ o p * ftmlti ¿60 Mt lo/iJTJ WW nojtiïfi;J «I 100 mff p*aifif p/p* and W;u n fijiMH (s**Fiff. a fordntotlj ut+1 to (ÇÎIi^ï NùW to toffi 5uE 5,000 J o r. J inwi (n 2S0 + 000 V DC cet srai^ /»f Ut front/armar R g u r e 7* Hfgh-Volrco^ D C Insertion P u l s e U n i r The electronics of a í—. vacuum tube Tcsla coil ]™r I3*rf*omílrrc(i/o<iú r/nj< rjpportírf by 3*ffq urbf are shown in Figure 4. Figures 5 and 6 show ¡. rough schematics of the i d i o m r t f f pfoitfc t u b *.J ._* / bmdt otecitrottd Tesla coil circuits* The schematic of Fig* ¡aluminum utaron Sop tttcirode*} ure 7. powered by a high- f d t m ü t r toJini voltage transformer, copp+r Int generated slrong elec- 1 * tric field pulses for a 2"<tktmtt*r Van tie Graff in clout p^otrlmity topp+r bolt 1 4- charo** rnrrtrtrt r m ^ number of uses, includ- hand u***h ; ingtficprojectk*iof bead odJuK tungtítn gap* ffcetd ilflrrfrtinj option to ffc 7/ lightning, as illustrated Figure 8. BotlEftghtning Projector in Figure 8, n * c r r f a SpfBGtmtt JtHint*! H U B • 1903 U £ * i r a v t f*C 287** USA
  5. 5. One set-up, illustrated in figure 9 , seemed to Some years ago, Drs. Lakken and Wilson ar- produce changes In the cosmic background gued over whether a "ball" of alph£*beta fluxradiation. formed and deposited on the test samples. I personally dont believe so. I befieve the alpha*If I increased the variac output to the Semens beta flux was guided to the masses by beingtransformer to increase the high-voltage DC on connected to high-voltage DC levels, by mag-the large toroki. while keeping the rest of the netic pulse fields, and excited by my mechani- laboratory system running, the Geiger counter cally-pulsed magnetron which excited the geo-would drop to near zero counts per minute metric metal. The idea is to excite the surfacewithin a 75-foot diameter zone* Yet t the reverse ¿kin of the masses and their atoms to create anwas possible (to Increase counts) if I dropped the unstable space-time situation. This might allowtoroid voltage and increased all DC voltages to the fields from the Tesla coils and RF genera-the laboratory system of Tesla coils (via tank tion equipment to lock up in a local $pace-ümecircuits), RFcolIs, spark gaps, toroidal coils, and situation. My thought Is that nowa small amounttension on the nuclear unit The AC part of the of energy is released from the vast reservoir inlaboratory system would be maintained at the space-time at the sub-atomic level to create asame level. Figure 10 shows a schematic of disnjptive or movement effect,pulsing to the large main torokf. r-Tinfl J rfixvf*r tomtit -» Jala moa **«Hi A/itf H u d e v unit :.™ Figure 9. The Large Moin Toroid—/$" thick Aluminum toroid f*J" ÍOdta.i«tfon 0 to 250.000 VDC nmn tmbm aUirntruim M -K >» terminal Figure JO. Main Toroid <7 í I M m - J 3 p M « c r * f f J o w r w f Jnuo ft. 1993 L*C*tt*r. WC :^74d USA I
  6. 6. Figure 11 Is a cutaway showing the nuclear gigahertz magnetron pulsed by an old rotary section in the center of a Tesla colL Note how spark gap system sent microwaves by the win- 1 have the feed hom close to the window area. dow exit section. Small masses were placed Thisareaw a s also bathed lna30 ( 000-volt staticclose to the Influence of t h e alpha-beta flux. The electric field plus a weak magnetic field of onlyradioactive source was also under high-voltage 7 0 0 gauss which was variable* A two-spiral DC and pulsed coils (50,000 to 100,000 turns) spark g a p unit Is also shown In Figure 11, to produce traveling wave type magnetics and electrostatics to assist alpha-beta flux bunching « The radioactive material to provide alpha-beta &nd guidance. This all interacted with other emissions was contained m a stainless steel ball surrounding equipment. Some additional ar- which had a thin window section. A four* rangement is shown in Figure 12. ¡0iaJOûmùOQVDC wild (ron W U cûucovbltétottQV pufs* ¿¡tntratot ¡ht uif/e — ni "riîf homing) uairtttAt boll A iMndauf tlt<ontaci Í it ipirat O* ttotiroà MOT UiA flux «drvtoo firtji ~*tt~t¿¿rynüp 700 ¿a»" Jacobs ladder nuclear unit magnetron 2* talK iusr&pbüt emission ball spark gop pulse generator -FigutcJl, Alpha Beta Ru< Homing afumiUftt b¿ock copç^r bWA ms>¡n*ll¡* nttcttcs contain** IffCIUf fUx output (fable top] mouron Figure I?. Alpha-Beta Fiux Setup 18 £|*crrfo LflfcUPt NC 7 f l " 9 USA:J
  7. 7. Magnetics owita/ii puny l u m i of XKctia PC*AC A current limiter was used on "Big Red/ a fifty* kVA, 89,00frvolt transformer. Afive-Hzspark- gap discharge went amply to a copper ground plate. The platewasmovable andplacement of the plate proved successful to later ocperimcnts. My current limiter was made from 4" by 4" laminations stacked fifteen-Inches high and number-eight wire wound soc layers thick. The pulsing of the iron core proved Its worth In tests. Its location was near the heart of my apparatus. Because it was a heavy unitf casters were needed to move It. The units pulse affected Ihe electrostatics and Alpha flux, when close. The Figure 13, Modifiai Doublc-toop Bro« Ship Alpha flux dropped off at two feet. Two other Antenna units in the set-up were double-loop brass ship antennas five-feet high, as shown in Figure 13. and electromagnets of the traveling wave tube (TWT) barret types. Thus, perhaps a transform These are some basics of my laboratory. I mation takes place on the subatomic level in all excluded RFgeneration and coupling and all the of this» and a conversion zone takes form from radar-jamming devices 1 used later. I could the surrounding equipment, This zone seems to precisely set up a pattern at 2Q00 mHz at 100 transform again to zones beyond the lab, up to milliwatts. I could give or take [±) 1000 mHzt 500 feet away, in the form of a cylinder. There add pulse rate, CW or modulation of any form. appeared to be a zone at a distance of fifteen feet. Samples placed in « sometimes levitated or Placement geometry is of great importance to broke apart. key units of the electro- staticfieldand spark gaps. The electrostatic field~muâ cover all" compo-" nents. Helping to do this are copper balls mounted on insulators. The large ball keeps its charge longer while small ones discharge faster. In a way, you have a pulse network working along with dy- namic electricity* and the small influence ofthc250- milfiwatt magnetron dose to the alpha-beta flux. In the zone is weak magnet- 1 aSB5p:.-v- • • l - . - r . - A - - - •*. • ics, permanent magnets. Figure 1 4 . Hutchison. I Set-up of Rectttvers and Monitor* 1 19 L«»ï*st*it HC 287*8 USA
  8. 8. Sample Reactions (Extracted from Reports)The effects of unexpected fieU interactions areshown in figures 35 and 16. One sample, apiece of aluminum fouHnches long by Vz-lnchsquare, had been shattered In the center. Itwould be expected that only a few watts were inthis zone, compared to the 400Owatt inputfeeding all the equipment. Our sample hadexploded from inskleout. torn into thousands offilaments. The filaments measured .010" to0.50" long and .008" to .012" thick. The eventvolume expanded outward from the mass cen- Flourel6. So"rf Metal Bars Split and Frayed byter in seaming reaction to a force of mutual fhç Hutchison Effectrepulsion between filaments. ture, while having none of the characteristicsThe field lines picturesquely frozen in the alumi- associated with plastic deformation or melting.num filaments are functionally identical to (hose Physical characteristics were typical of ciystallinewe observad at a point offractureof a permanent materials sheared along bonding planes. Thebar magnet of the same geomeby. The force number of filaments probably exceededexerted on the aluminumfilamentswas sifident 100.000. effectively Increasing the surface areato sp lit abrgenumber of the outermost strandsand within the event by tens of thousands of times.fold them back along the "field lines" to such adegree, that layers of them arc compacted Another sample showed inexplicable materialtogether, against the solid surfaces of Ihe sample. mixtures; wood was found in an aluminum block tested by Siemens Laboratory, Germany. Also,The material within the event vokime was much dense, impossible alloys of elements formingharder aiyl quite brittle compared to the original unknown materials were found by work of Maxextrusion alky* which was quite soft. A surfaces Planck Institute, Germany. Because so many Devidenced a mottksd appearance and regular struc- different effects happen, including lévitation, we can speculate the RF and support field operators are working in a narrow region of the "zone of effects." These random events sometimes happened at about fivc-pcr-hour in 1987, 88. and 89, It is an unpredictable probability for all operators to synchronously combine to cause an effect. For events like slow lift and slow disruption, the operators com- bine under simple stable outputs, ampli- tudes, and frequency. Our space-time window would have to be described on the subatomic level for the understanding Figure J 5. Aluminum and Brass Bars After the Effectof the Hutchison Effects. LflCMier. UC 2H7&Q USA
  9. 9. r^Li iiuuiarp*i htgtehokmtell M 0 to 400,000 V ^ _ 0 tnferfcromrtfr 4ÍWLO0O V M o. 40 G? mto cep 0t000Voùch opto air ttbocUon 00ÛJ^*ft0Û0lcK* tcWlAifJtastfio/unlt fnritalktolkrtten 4faiff Usure 17. Interferometer Acknowledgments I would like to thank those Individuals associated with Pharos Technology, /far ùhtmtnum >u. ji the Max Planck Institute. Los Alamos. 41 u^ti» ruh&tf È*Jndi McDonnel Douglas, BAM Labs Ger- many, Fraunhofer. the Austrian and J0* d ^ m d r German groups, the DOD groups, PMtW pip* and individual input from Japan, Greece, England , Canada, USA, Swit- LU ofamtnum ihrfl zerland, France and the Yin Gazda International Filmmaker, for the In- mtlk ^ outer forold terest and support they all have shown. írQírt • About t h e Author John Hutchison is the classic inde- Van d c Crooff *í Van rfr Groa// #2 pendent individual experimenter—the -_.-. _ „ _ _ bulk In. 19S4 *Sorcerers Apprentice." Mr. Hutchi- Figure Î8 son can be reached by mail at 9 1 1 Dublin Street, New Westminster, Brit-Figure 1 7 is another pulsing rirait dévies I call Kh Columbia. Can-xla, V3M 2Y5 »the interferometer. Electrostatics were producedwith two Van de Graaff generators. Whenarranged as shown in Figure 18, cool windeffects could be produced. These machineswere used to impose an electrostatic field in thetest ^rea. 21 £ï*crr|o , ,ft Jo+tm*t Issue % 1333 Laceen*. NC 3S74Û U $ *
  10. 10. ElectricsPacecraftA jOu^MAl Or INT£A*CTIVE «S£AACH 73 Strrçfct & ? « lr<*tter Q »:?*3 T<l 7G« 633-0]i 3 August 20. 1997 fix 704 UJ+JJII John Hutchison Apt. 305 727 5th Avenue New Westminster. BC Canada V3M 1X8 Dear John: I would like lo inform you lhat the Huichison effect was mentioned in a poster presentation recently delivered to NASAs Breakthrough Physics Propulsion Workshop. The poster was designed to communicate come of the ideas submitted to ESJ through the years that might have the most potential for applications in the luture of space travel. Copies of the poster and the accompanying paper, which were made available to many prominent space scientists and engineers, arc enclosed. Thank you for your contributions to this poster and ESJ. Sincerely. Charles A Yost
  11. 11. 930727/12 The Hutchison Effect Apparatus By John Hutchison and ESJ staff There have been some serious investigations Into the HutcNson Effect In Canada, the United States, and Germany. ($ee articles In ESJ #4. J The reality of objects being moved, levitated, or restructured by magnetic and electric Held effects does not seem to be In question. Just how or why the events happen is the questionable part, John Hutchison has been providing ESJ with details on his work, as have a few others who have worked with Nm over the years. The picture consis- tently described is that of numerous experimental apparatus being operated simultaneously and in- teractively. Events occur, somewhat unpre- dictably. Tills is a format of accidental discovery through undefined mixture. Itisexcitlng to the expert* menter, yet frustrating tothe scientist trying to sort out the interaction of the variables. Although recol- lection and details am difficult Mr. Hutchison de* scrlbessomeofhisapparatusfathlsattempttoshw with other experimenters.1 will attempt to explain details of the apparatus up to fourteen transformers. These includedused in my experiments and will start with the twclve*volt transformers for vacuum tubes,input power used to trigger the host of Tesla 400,000-voIt AC transformers, a Siemenscoils, static generators, transformers, interferom- 250,000-voIt DC X-ray transformer, and othereters, magnetics, metal masses, and nuclear Items, Regeneration equipment of 450 kHz upsources, etc. The source power was 110 volts to 2500 MHz was also operatedrAC operated at 400 watts to 4000 watts. Oneside of the AC line had a power factor capacitor The general power circuit 15 shown in Figure 1.(60 cycles, 250 voh), and a 100-amp current A and B are current limiters which ranged fromlimiter The magnetics of the current limiter two to seven amps. By this means some trans-were also used in the experiment interactions. formers were limited to this amperage instead of the fifty amps that might otherwise be drawn.This power source was divided up in a function The current limiters were adjustable and thebox and, through switching, went to variacs. magnetics from them were used in close prox-The variac outputs were monitored by wattme- imity to the spark gaps and an alpha-betaters, ampmeters, and voltmeters, and supplied emission unit, I had bypass switches on each tVnrnlng: The re-creation of certain aspects of these experiments is extremely dangerous and should not be attempted without proper rrafnfng or guidance. u l*BMtHNCll744U$A
  12. 12. to RF Qenrrntlon tQ¿**P*Ttnt A J:. ; i-I : Mm "1 r po*p*rJact&r copadlo* iï E4 100 A eurrgnl Hmitrr 11ÙUAC60H* function box 2*t**tUK% with P*lot tiçhU WW Figure h Electrical Power Controlcurrent limiter which I used often. Unfortu- primary a n d 1 0 , 0 0 0 turns of number 3 2 wirenately there was a n incident o n e time in which on an 8-inch diameter secondaiy tube* A n o t h e rt h e outside p o l e transformer blew u p w h e n coil used twelve-gauge wire o n a 24-inch dlarrrusing t h e bypass switch. cter tube, mounted horizontally- These a r e not shown.T h e symbol fx) is used t o represent the highpctentia! leads in Figures J , 5~7% and 17. These ¿f dia cop?** aattfigures are rough schematics of some circuits. $*dia. copper MIMy favorite Tesla coils are $hown in Figures 2a n d J . O t h e r Tesla coils I bad w e r e of t h e flat <- «trole tntulatorpancake-type with 1-inch copper tube in the rzuhrrpiatt urtr* 6 tuTftK ipocaü *WP — icttfld coil *# *lre ¡jta&s or citar urirt tpactng —idto ptosis gjphtf inntr coit *28c*Olh cat*** 4**. outer coil *32*ir* multiple primary ioroid cotl tonn*cittt on* turn. J -rffa.eopprr ruW lanud catt SO |umi> *8c?QP*t wire tocanttrtuou* turn *$2 udtet 4 • diamcier fiï Figure 2 Dumbbell Tesla Coll, 3 » 1 tong- ¡Design of this colt latks details, for Instance*. 1) figure 3- Seuenfoot-toll Tesla Coit ¡Design of primary coil /oajffon and drive. 2} secondary thlscoil lacksdetûlh, for instance: lldlmenslorts ends connection toceramic terminal, 3)whether of coiis, 2) connection* of coils, 3) power Input toro ids are actively wired to something or notJ to primary. 15 EUcfrf- 3p+c+ermtt L«tfîï«f.NC2nï-tdUSA
  13. 13. 2JtÜOÜV*C H choké coik W MWl_ FlgureS TejfoCol/A uartobl* Inductor M M 0*>?StXOMVrx ^F^-hfc KFchoU Figure 4. Vacuum Tube Tesla Coil Drive Figure 6 Tesh Coil B 215 omp mnabU CurrrnJ Oto 25O.0OQ VDC tou» JnJjciOic* p , . w v j ¿op* ftmlti ¿60 M t lo/iJTJ (Ê/fjf pçrrrïjntrxt • nojtiïfi;J «I 100 mff p*aifif pipe and W;u n fijiMH pukrt«d.¿aOCÚVDC coro*"*) rtfb^i (S**Fla. 3 fordttatlj ut+1 to pillen NùW t o toffi 5uE 5ÉtXÜ J o r. J inwi (n 2S0 + 000 V DC K Í sraifc? /If i¿* front/armar Rgure 7* Hfgb-Volrcc^ DC Insertion Pulse Unir The electronics of a £-, vacuum tube Tcsla coil J " r I3*rf*omílrrc(i/o<iú r/nj< are shown in Figure 4. Figures 5 and 6 show ¡. <i"diameter pttttic tub* rough schematics of the.J ._* / btodt occe!*mlt>d Tesla coil circuits* The schematic of Fig* ¡aluminum u t a r o n Sop tttcirode*} ure 7. powered by a high- f d t m ü t r toJini voltage transformer, copp+r Int generated slrong elec- 1 * tric field pulses for a 2"dktmtt*f Van tie Graff in clout p^otrlmity topp+r bait 1 4- Charon enmnn rrnçt number of uses, includ- l a n d uJutfli ; ingtficprojecuOTof bead o d > u U t i i n j i r / r t OOP* ¡hood H$hirtn3 option t o Tfc 7/ lightning, as illustrated Figure K BatlEftghtning Projector in Figure 8, n * c r r f a Sp+cTtmtt JtHint*! HUB • 1903 L4£*irar t f*C 287** U&A
  14. 14. One set-up, illustrated in Figure 9 , seemed to Some years ago, Drs. Lakken and Wilson ar- produce changes In the cosmic background gued over whether a "ball1 of alph£*beta fluxradiation. formed and deposited on the test samples. I personally dont believe so. I befieve the alpha*If I increased the variac output to the Semens beta flux was guided to the masses by beingtransformer to increase the high-voltage DC on connected to high-voltage DC levels, by mag-the large toroid. while keeping the rest of the netic pulse fields, and excited by my mechani- laboratory system running, the Geiger counter cally-pulsed magnetron which excited the geo-would drop to near zero counts per minute metric metal. The idea is to excite the surfacewithin a 75-foot diameter zone* Yet t the reverse ¿kin of the masses and their atoms to create anwas possible (to Increase counts) if I dropped the unstable space-time situation. This might allowtoroid voltage and increased all DC voltages to the fields from the Tesla coils and RF genera-the laboratory system of Tesla coils (via tank tion equipment to lock up In a local $pace-ümecircuits), RFcolIs, spark gaps, toroidal coils, and situation. My thought Is that nowa small amounttension on the nuclear unit The AC part of the of energy is released from the vast reservoir inlaboratory system would be maintained at the space-time at the sub-atomic level to create asame level. Figure 10 shows a schematic of disruptive or movement effect,pulsing to the large main toroki. r-Tinfl J rfixvf*r tomtit -» Jala moa unid e/id H u d e v u n ft itooa e*.t ïotxùoô vrxr :.™ Figure 9. The Large Moin Toroid—/$" thick Aluminum taroto f*J" 010 250.000 VDÇ ÍOdta*i«tfon nmn tmbm QÏuminum M -K >» terminal Figure 10. Main Toroid <7 Ornctri^ 3PM«cr*ff J.U.Î.JÎ J n u o tt. 1 9 9 3 L*C*tt*r. W 387*8 USA C I
  15. 15. Figure 11 is a cutaway showing the nuclear gigahertz magnetron pulsed by a n old rotary section in the center of a Tesla colL Note how spark g a p system sent microwaves by t h e win- dow exit section. Small masses were placed 1 h a v e t h e feed h o m close t o the window area. close t o the influence of t h e alpha-beta flux. T h e T h i s a r e a w a s also bathed l n a 3 0 ( 0 0 0 - v o l t static electric field plus a weak magnetic field of only radioactive source was also under high-voltage 7 0 0 gauss which was variable* A two-spiral DC and pulsed coils ( 5 0 , 0 0 0 t o 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 turns) t o p r o d u c e traveling w a v e type magnetics and s p a r k g a p unit is also shown i n F i g u r e 11, electrostatics t o assist alpha-beta flux bunching « T h e radioactive material to provide alpha-beta &nd guidance. This all interacted with other emissions was contained In a stainless steel ball surrounding equipment. S o m e additional ar- which had a thin window section. A four* rangement is shown in Figure 12. ¡0 to J0Ûmùù0V DC wild (ron Wl< «u celled to 250 V pufs* ¿¡tntratot ¡tot uif/e — nux "ri3f homing) uairtttAi boll A Utlrtdaüt tlt<ontaci Í it spiral cm ticflrod MOT UiA fluK udrvtoo firtji pu IK tmmfatm+r rm§mtSA 700 pun "*f*~rc¿Jiy flap Jacobs ladder nuclear unit 2* talK ru<o-$pttaf magnetron emission ball spark gap pulse generator -FigureJJ, AlphoBcta Ru< Homing afumiUftt b¿ock copper bW* |TCSTI*I1¡> nttcttof contain** ictctu fUx output ¡table topi Figure I ? . Alpha-Beta Fiux Setup 18 £|*crrfo LflfcUPt NC W*% USA:J
  16. 16. Magnetics •vmM-rii fnorty lum« of 3fc3K A current limiter was used on "Big Red/ a fifty* kVA, 89,00frvolt transformer. Afive-Hzspark- gap discharge went amply to a copper ground plate. The platewasmovable andplacement of the plate proved successful to later ocperimcnts. My current limiter was made from 4" by 4" laminations stacked fifteen-inches high and number-eight wire wound soc layers thick. The pulsing of the iron core proved its worth In tests. Its location was near the heart of my apparatus. Because it was a heavy unitf casters were needed to move it. The units pulse affected Ihe electrostatics and Alpha flux, when close. The Figure 13, Modifiai Double-toop Brass Ship Alpha flux dropped off at two feet. Two other Antenna units in the set-up were double-loop brass ship antennas five-feet high, as shown In Figure 13. and electromagnets of the traveling wave tube (TWT) barret types. Thus, perhaps a transform These are some basics of my laboratory. I mation takes place on the subatomic level in all excluded RFgeneration and coupling and all the of this» and a conversion zone lakes form from radar-jamming devices I used later. I could the surrounding equipment, This zone seems to precisely set up a pattern at 2Q00 mHz at 100 transform again to zones beyond the lab, up to milliwatts. I could give or take [±) 1000 mHzt 500 feet away, in the form of a cylinder. There add pulse rate, CW or modulation of any form. appeared to be a zone at a distance of fifteen feet. Samples placed in it sometimes levitated or Placement geometry is of great importance to broke apart. key units of the electro- static field and spark gaps. The electrostatic field~muâ cover all" compo-" nents. Helping to do this are copper balls mounted on insulators. The large ball keeps Its charge longer while small ones discharge faster. In a way, you have a pulse network working along with dy- namic electricity* and the small influence ofthc250- milliwatt magnetron dose to the alpha-beta flux. In the zone is weak magnet- 1 aSB5p:.-v- • • l - . - r . - A - - - •*. • ics, permanent magnets. FtqurcM. Hutchison.I Set-up of Recovers and Monitor* 1 19 L«»ï*st*i t HC 287*8 USA
  17. 17. Sample Reactions (Extracted from Reports)The effects of unexpected fteH interactions areshown in figures 35 and 16. One sample, apiece of aluminum fouHnches long by Vz-inchsquare, had been shattered In the center. Itwould be expected that only a few watts were inthis zone, compared to the 4000-watt inputfeeding all the equipment. Our sample hadexploded from insideout, torn into thousands offilaments. The filaments measured .010" to0 5 0 " long and .008" to .012" thick. The eventvolume expanded outward from the mass cen- Flgurelâ. Solid Metal Bars Split and Frayed byter in seaming reaction to a force of mutual fhç Hutchison Effectrepulsion between filaments. ture, while having none of the characteristicsThe field lines picturesquely frozen in the alumi- associated with plastic deformation or melting.num filaments are functionally identical to those Physical characteristics were typical of ciystallinewe observad at a point offractureof a permanent materials sheared along bonding planes. Thebar magnet of the same geomeby. The force number of filaments probably exceededexerted on the aluminumfilamentswas sifident 100.000. effectively Increasing the surface areato sp lit abrgenumber of the outermost strandsand wiihin Ihe event by tens of thousands of times.fold them back along the "field lines" to such adegree, that layers of them arc compacted Another sample showed inexplicable materialtogether, against the solid surfaces of the sample. mixtures; wood was found in an aluminum block tested by Siemens Laboratory, Germany. Also,The material within the event vokime was much dense, impossible alloys of elements formingharder aiyi quite brittle compared to the original unknown materials were found by work of Maxextrusion alky* which was quite soft. A surfaces Planck Institute, Germany. Because so many Devidenced a moltksd appearance and regular struc- different effects happen, including lévitation, we can speculate the RF and support field operators are working in a narrow region of the "zone of effects." These random events sometimes happened at about fivc-pcr-hour in 1987, 88. and 89, It is an unpredictable probability for all operators to synchronously combine to cause an effect. For events like slow lift and slow disruption, the operators com- bine under simple stable outputs, ampli- tudes, and frequency. Our space-time window would have to be described on the subatomic level for the understanding Figure J 5, Aluminum and Brass Bars After the Effectof the Hutchison Effects. LttC«3ltfi KC 2H7&Q USA
  18. 18. r^Li iiuuiarp*i htgtehokmtell M 0 to 400,000 V ^ _ 0 tnferfcromrtfr 4ÍWLO0O V M o. 40 G? fflfea rap J0t000VMch opto air catvtcUon 00ÛJ^*ft0Û0lcK* toll fait len&ho! unit fnrtialktolkrton 4k>tyo Usure 17. Interferometer Acknowledgments I would like to thank those Individuals associated with Pharos Technology, /far ùhtmtnum rings the Max Planck Institute. Los Alamos, 1 tdff» ruh&tf È*Jndi McDonnel Douglas, BAM Labs Ger- many, Fraunhofer. the Austrian and J0* dizmeic German groups, the DOD groups, PMtW pip* and individual input from Japan, Greece, England , Canada, USA, Swit- LU ofamtnum ihrfl zerland, France and the Yin Gazda International Filmmaker, for the In- mtlk ^ outer forold terest and support they all have shown. írQírt • About t h e Author John Hutchison is the classic inde- Van d c firoo// *I Van rfr Groa// *2 pendent individual experimenter—the -_.-. _ „ _ _ bullí IR.19S4 *Sorcerers Apprentice," Mr. Hutchi- Fïgur* Î8 son can be reached by mail at 9 1 1 Dublin Street, New Westminster, Brit-Figure 1 7 is another pulsing rirait dévies 1 call Kh Columbia. Can-xla, V3M 2Y5 »the interferometer. Electrostatics were producedwith two Van de Graaff generators. Whenarranged as shown in Figure 18, cool windeffects could be produced. These machineswere used to impose an electrostatic field in thetest ^rea. 21 £ï*crr|o , ,ft Jo+tm*t Issue % 1333 Laceen*. NC 3S74Û U $ *
  19. 19. The Hutchison Fil*The Hutchison effect - a lift and disruption system George D. Halhaway «limed Ifcm: New Etwgy TediiK>*ugy. (xiMshed bfV* Pkmetir? Atocriaücn foi Ck* Efwgy, l»0. p 77*103The following may shed light on a most unusual phenomenon which we havec a l l e d t h e "Hutchison E f f e c t " , I t is a very s t r a n g e a r r a n g e m e n t oft e c h n o l o g i e s Including t h o s e of Nikola T e s l a a n d R o b e r t Van d e C r a a f .This is a topic t h a t is v e r y conducive t o wandering b e c a u s e it brings Idall of the most a m a z i n g kinds of effects t h a t one would love t o have Int h e i r b a s e m e n t , such as m a t e r i a l levitating and floating around* beinga b l e t o b r e a k s t e e l b a r s without t h e u s e of your b a r e hands» and alts o r t s of o t h e r weird and wonderful things.Pharos Technologies Ltd. was a company formed by myself and a g e n t l e m a nby the n a m e of Alex P e z a r r o * who you may r e c a l l m a d e a p r e s e n t a t i o n a t the 1983 2nd I n t e r n a t i o n a l Symposium on Non-Conventional E n e r g y Technologyin A t l a n t a - Alex talked about one of his pet p r o j e c t s , which was oil andg a s discovery by novel means* In 1980» w e formed this small company t o tryt o p r o m o t e w h a t we then c a l l e d the Hutchison Effect* We also t e r m e d It Inour e a r l y p r e s e n t a t i o n s : LADS o r t h e Lift a n d Disruption S y s t e m . T h e following s e r i e s of graphs w e r e c r e a t e d In 1984 t o present t o various p a r t i e sI n t e r e s t e d in funding t h i s technology- The first graph i n d i c a t e s the topicsc o v e r e d in t h e s e p r e s e n t a t i o n s . i 1 1 i i u rj ton » 11 T O I T - W W Un tm IfWUtM « K5iU ff • • ittlfflA muiinc • satiaTaiiwTiicKutiuiicms iiJWMitftiii «SUT» U CAUSrffntC IttUffUt MCIWIIS - uismt cmtnxiis ruuic BOMUM» IR K I « J • «¿tut mvstK Aum-un UUTU* una* u IUMH POETIC - U I U * r « i r L/Jtt-SUI MttCiKTORUSH <"U DC C • cjtfim cMvut ut c o t o i cavo&itroi if mMi - IIHÍ* LM*U« tiftni m M toi F*** mu * ffiiuaa t)
  20. 20. Tim Hutchison FilaT h e L i f t and D i s r u p t i o n S y s t e m o r t h e H u t c h i s o n E f f e c t i s d i v i d e d p r i m a r i l y I n t o tw<c a t e g o r i e s o f phenomena: p r o p u l s i v e and e n e r g e t i c . T h e system i s capable ofi n d u c i n g l i f t and t r a n s l a t i o n In bodies o f any m a t e r i a l T h a t means I t w i l l propelbodies upwards» and I t w i l l also move t h e m sideways. T h e r e are a c t u a l l y 4 kinds oft r a j e c t o r i e s w h i c h are capable o f being produced and I l l e x p l a i n these s h o r t l y .I t a l s o has v e r y s t r a n g e e n e r g e t i c p r o p e r t i e s i n c l u d i n g s e v e r e l y d i s r u p t i n g i n t e r -molecutor bonds In any m a t e r i a l r e s u l t i n g in c a t a s t r o p h i c and d i s r u p t i v e f r a c t u r i n g ,samples o f w h i c h are described here. It i s also capable o f causing c o n t r o l l e d plasticd e f o r m a t i o n in m e t a l * , c r e a t i n g unusual a u r o r a - l i k e l i g h t i n g e f f e c t s In m i d - a i r ,causing changes in c h e m i c a l c o m p o s i t i o n o f metals (it varies the d i s t r i b u t i o n oft h e c h e m i c a l c o n t e n t ) , and o t h e r l o n g - r a n g * e f f e c t s a t distances u p t o a r o u n d 8 0 f e i(24 metres) away f r o m the c e n t r a l c o r e o f the apparatus — a l l a t l o w power anda t a distance. ; &*< : t f ST I I T II M j l M t* 1 fttitt - f i l H « It xs *.- K:t:M Q¡ « m m ntn * %ma mua -fKKtWOF tt.riinmitaiiUMLiAi * me mu* via *wr iirtuo^r© - KDICOittTK» U N LMU *X. «M ITHiC RKMim - K « W C com m. - u n OIIHA cf [max*. *»]*• or can» n o. riots . ua CF imjvtmrtat - ÍMX ETUtttt C PAO Cf L.A..M. F llffUütí w m i ci : :iWJ. * • LMrjï LW*«IÜ USOTl V «Sa - L4J,|. PWS nUtfW C U Hi í >x CUtf Tttlfi F - p»it t matwiT & w w IT f**a titiwitftin u», •:sr un i n s u n LUIT uaran J.I -«*fuia**iun* I-A.O-S. ftmuvuii * ra* mttumc itcaa » LWLIUI U U U - KESttfUMiT IT IJufU, Ui «CO W£E 1 HOU* . IKH.1VT - m a n s AHITO*: * haa coiu CF vmi y* * « a u if ti-tœittcmt L.*J.S. » • r tvnorcn . W T fUUIlLS CMUJtl C UIV HUCIhUT IVlüUOD C >T h e system i s a s i n g l e e n t i t y , m a d e u p o f m a n y d i s c r e t e c o m p o n e n t s . I t h a s m a n yi n t e r r e l a t e d p a r t s , u n f o r t u n a t e l y c o n t i n u a l l y b e i n g added to by t h e i n v e n t o r .It was d i s c o v e r e d f o r t u i t o u s l y by H u t c h i s o n , who was e x p e r i m e n t i n g w i t h e a r l y Teslsystems and s t a t i c m a c h i n e s such as Van de G r a a f g e n e r a t o r s . u
  21. 21. Thv Hutchison FitoThe earliest explanation was given by Mel Winfield of Vancouver, whose namemay be familiar from Dr. Nlepers 1988 Congress in Germany. He suggestedthat the explanation for the phenomena was due to a method of making theelectro-magnetic fields spin or swirl in some unknown way*Pharos Technologies was involved In three phases of development, the firstphase of which was In the basement of a house In Vancouver. This is whereJohn Hutchisons original work was done. The collection of apparatus whichwill boggle the mind can be seen on the video (shown during the lectureand available from the publisher) and replicated In Figures II and 12.That was the Phase 0 development. Phase 1 was when we stepped in with somemoney and took the equipment from the original location and put It in amore reasonable setting. Phase II was a third location prior to its beingdismantled and put Into storage by John.The main thing about this technology, apart from Its unusual phenomenology.Is that it is highly transitory. The phenomena come and go virtually as theyplease. One has to sit with this apparatus from between six hours and sixdays before one actually sees something occurring. This makes It virtuallyimpossible to interest someone who would like to try to develop it, to assistIn funding, for Instance. You cant assume that someone will sit there whois ready to help develop a technology, and have him wait and wait, and perhapsnothing will happen. Its unusual to ask someone to wait six days for aphenomena that theyre Interested in developing commercially. So one canimagine that weve had some difficulty in the past in financing this program.Note In Figure II one of the Tesla coils in the foreground. The main coll is4 1/2 feet (1,4 m) high. It was extremely difficult to get around in the firstlab (Phase 0). The first laboratory in Vancouver was so densely packed withequipment that you could not find a place to put your foot down. You had to steparound all sorts of objects that were put on the floor.Disruptive phenomenaIn the video a bushing Is shown breaking up. It was a steel bushing about2 inches (5 cm) in diameter by 3 to 4 inches (9 cm) long. John still has thatIn his lab and I have some to show as well (Figures 1 and 2) .The next part of the video is well known. I will try to explain some of Itsphenomenology. It starts with John warming up the system. To determine wherethe optimum place for positioning the test objects, which will either take offor burst, he put coins and bits of styrofoam where he believes is going to bethe active zone. The first thing that happens is a quarter ($ .25 coin)" startsto flip and vibrate. Now he knows he should concentrate putting specimens inthat zone and he does so. We « e some water In a coffee cup that appears 15
  22. 22. flW Hutchison FtlQto" be swirling, although its not. ¡T is merely the surface rippling by some electro-magnetic means and the coffee cup is dancing around the top o f a yellow milk carton.Its another way for him t o determine where the zone Is, Then we see a flat file8 inches (20 cm) long breaking apart* This file broke Into four more or less equal-length sections. Normally, if you break a bar magnet, you know that you break itnorth-south, north-south, north-south, e t c . So the parts tend t o stick back togetheragain. In this case the segments were magnetized the wrong way by some phenomenanot know and they repel each other when theyre put together at the breaks. This ma)be indicative of the development o f large-scale monopolar regions that are of suchIntensity that they disrupt the material Itself. I t s as reasonable an explanation asIve been able to come up w i t h , or anyone else.L i f t i n g phenomenaWe then proceed t o document some l i f t i n g phenomena. The objects that are lifted In tfirst part of this section are on the order of a few pounds. A l l of them l i f t offwith a twist. They spiral as they l i f t o f f . There has t o be a particular geometryw i t h respect t o down (gravity) for them t o take o f f . Some objects, i f you He themon their sides, wont take off. I f you turn them on their ends, they w i l l take off.Th£ geometrical form of the objects, their composition and their relationship t o theirenvironment, the field structure around them that is being created by the device,all play a part In how these things take off.There are four main modes of trajectory that these objects can follow If they dochoose t o take off. Theres a slow looping arc where the objects w i l l basically takeo f f very slowly in a matter of a couple of seconds and loop and fall back somewhereIt Is almost as if the Earth moves underneath them while they are in f l i g h t , and theyfall back In different locations. The second type of trajectory Is a ballistictake-off. In other words, theres an Impulse of energy at the beginning of thetrajectory with no further power applied t o the l i f t i n g thereafter, and the objecth i t * the ceiling and comes back down. A third type o f trajectory Is a powered onewhere there appears t o be continuous application of l i f t i n g force. I have someevidence taken from the video. The fourth trajectory Is hovering - where objectsjust rise up and sit there. The objects can be o f any material whatsoever: sheetmetal, wood, styrofoam, lead, .copper» zinc, amalgams and they all either take offor they burst apart, or they do nothing — thats 99% of the t i m e .Lighting phenomenaFollowing that Is a strange lighting phenomenon. This only occurred once butfortunately, while John was f i l m i n g . Incidentally, this early f i l m , with the mostspectacular results observed, was taken by John himself. It was taken in 1981 andall o f a sudden a sheet of iridescence descended between the camera and some o f theapparat! and one sees that sheet of light. It has a strange pinkish centre t o i t andhovered there for a while, and then disappeared. John thought he was hallucinating, Í6
  23. 23. The Hutchison Fito but when we developed the film It turned out something was definitely there. .::, In this same video, we observe heavier objects taking off. including a 19-pound (8.6 kg) bronze bushing and water In a cup thats dancing around» the surface of which is vibrating. There are no ultrasonic or sonic devices in this particular series of experiments. There are no magnetic componentslui underneath or over top. There a r e no field colls underneath or over top or anywhere within 6 feet (i fi m). These images were taken while t h e apparatus was performing at peak, and shows best results for the earlist experiments. Sometimes, Instead of lifting objects, John will purposely try to destroy them. In one case, a l / 4 n round rattail file rests on a plywood base and is held dom from taking off by two plywood pieces. Beside it are some quarter and penny coins. The file is glowing white hot and yet there Is no scorching of the wooden plywood pieces which are holding it down. Neither are any of the coins affected. This Is explainable In terms of RF heating theory because yew can have eddy current heating on the surface and Its almost cool to the touch very shortly thereafter. Its still unusual that there Is no conductive heat transferred to the wood.|J V From time to time there are scorch marks on the boards from other experiments. The apparatus makes fire spontaneously In parts of the lab if youre not careful* J The original (Phase 0) lab set-up was primitive, crowded, had poor connections, end had hand-wound coils- However, the films that have most of the best lift 1 episodes were (tone In this early sQt-up» drawing a maximum of 1.5 kilowatts ¿continuously from house-mains. Disruption effects • - > cr rmicn . OEMCA «* ooftm uyina n • à «*n a a n n u m «mut ivntî * U . mniniE m MowoMt • l^XJilJti t »TU -«mm MMlsm - IUTTUJUS t ntUUTT * oniv% rwuoari Mb not -I.C* xtm m» UBtMvr ¡ marmttm - %rjmi% Lu;:Kr r : B g p - - wifii itsfusitt mrsis o>ra. nota • I . : - TVOttO tDtfVOT CF KlALUK* i • CMlPUTittS tf Itttf - tumi* men» «oûsctrt * AI wro, sim. *o «ton * a w n a m muim U-ÍATI - amu *mws s u n T g u u i O LVUCKB «UWIUHLI TIS1Ï m HÂ 17
  24. 24. Tha Hutchison FitoThe disruption part of this L i f t and Disruption System has produced confirmatoryphysical samples that include water, aluminum, Iron, steel, molybdenum, wood, copper,bronze, etc., with many shapes, sizes and masses. Certain materials are subject t ocertain Influences depending on shape, composition and other factors.We have tested various pieces that have broken apart for hardness, ductility, e t c .We have used optical and electron microscopes. We have taken SEM r s w i t h EDAs (EnergyDispersive Analysis) t o determine the composition at various points.Two samples of aluminum are shown, one of which Is in the centre of Figure 1, which istwisted up In a left-handed spiral, and in Figure 2 on the left which was blown intol i t t l e fibers. Lying on the ruler In Figure I to the left of centre is a molybdenumrod used In nuclear reactors. These things are supposed to withstand temperatures ofabout 5,000 ° F . We watched these things wiggle back and f o r t h , and stopped theapparatus halfway through a wiggle and thats the result. Figure 2 (left) shows thepiece of cast aluminum that burst apart.In general. Figure I shows a collection of pieces of metal that have been blastedapart or twisted. The largest piece (in the background) is about 12 t o 13 Indieslong. I t s two inches in diameter, of regular mild steel, and a 3/8 of an Inch longpart was blasted off the end and crumbled like a cookie. Fragments have been analyzedto have anomalously high silicon content although the original material was not asilicon steel. The standing piece on the left is 5 - 6 inches t a l l , I and 1/4 InchesIn diameter. It is a piece of case-hardened steel. The case-hardening has been blownoff at the top and about 3/4" o f It vapourized during an experiment. Then there arevarious pieces of aluminum and steel. On the right of Figure 2 is a boring bar. Youcan s t i l l see the old tool bit that John was using through i t . It was on a shelf about10 feet away from the centre o f the apparatus and he did not see i t happen. It Justbent up into a tight U and deposited a quantity of copper at the bend. The copperseemed t o somehow magically come out of the solid solution. If It was ever in solutionin the first place, and agglomerate as globs at the break. As far as the aluminum isconcerned, i t s a volume e f f e c t , not merely an eddy-current surface e f f e c t .The whole thing is blasted right through.Figures 3 t o 6 show some of the scanning electron microscope photos taken by theUniversity o f Toronto. Figure 3 shows an aluminum specimen at about 70 times magni-fication and the whole surface Is torn apart, as If i t was gouged randomly by somemechanical means. It has not been smoothed and polished and subject t o x-ray ordispersion analysis yet. A piece o f iron Is shown In Figure 4 , and was analysed forcomposition which showed anomalously high amounts o f copper.With a l i t t l e higher magnification for Figures 7 and 8, we see what happens in apolished aluminum sample under the SEM. Figure 7 shows two main horizontal fracturezones. is
  25. 25. Th* Hutchison FitoThis Is a polished sample, that is why it looks nice and clean. Notice theunusual globules forming (positions B & CI. We examined these particularglobules and theyre virtually pure elements. One is copper, another Ismanganese and others are different elements. These globules seem to arrangethemselves along planes and these piares are no doubt the ones that splitapart and delaminate Into fibers.Figures 9 and 10 show the relative elemental abundances of locations H and Dof Figures 7 and 8. Normally, the aluminum comes out looking like Figure 9.The average Is mostly aluminum, of course, but with a bit of copper in it.And yet (Figure 10) shows an area around where the fractures occur and we seewe have actually located one of the copper blobs, plus some chlorine from ourfingers. Usually you see some chlorine and sodium from salt in your hands Ifyoure touching samples. Its certainly telling us that something unusual Ishappening. I have not seen another apparatus which makes the alloying materialIn an alloy come out of the solid solution. Usually its totally dispersedin the melt but In this case were "undisperslng" it somehow.The Pharos experimental set-up for the Hutclilson effect f MS t 1 PIT S i C á t t ftTtf IThis plan view shows the first (1983) set-up under Pharos control. I V
  26. 26. Th* Hutchison FitoIncreasing propulsive power is being applied t o this as witnessed by this increasingacceleration curve. These are the actual measurements t o about 0.16 seconds and beyond,is an extrapolation. The -9.1 In the acceleration equation Is merely an artifact of mymeasuring problem, analyzing that film strip. Keep in mind, this means that when i thits the ceiling, this 19 lb. bushing is traveling at 20 m/sec. (45 mph, 72 kmh)and increasing!I am at sea In trying t o determine how the device can provide a l i f t . In thisT h e o r e t i c a l background" listing, I mention a few names that might have something t odo with an explanation of I I DISCUSSION OF ÜJBRENT t EARLY THEORIES IN CLASSICAL I OUWIUn PHÏSICS ENERGETIC EFFECTS PROPULSIVE EFFECTS 6 . UBOH . - HOOPER VALLEE - HOLT BUYER - GRAHW1 t LAHDZ PRIGQG1HE - 2INSSER/PESCHW P U K K O H R SOI [BIT I MED L S AY TES miFinally here Is a listing of a few potential applications of this e f f e c t i f i t can beproduced In such a format that i t l£ repeatable and controllable: rocket payload assist,materials handling and warehousing, floating things i n t o position, materials handlingof hot objects, objects that are highly radioactive or dangerous, forging and casting,extruding of metals, alloying, power production, conversion, etc., anddefence applications.In conclusion, this is an extremely d i f f i c u l t technology t o wrap ones mind around.1 have had a great deal o f d i f f i c u l t y In convincing scientists t o think about thispossibility, let alone t r y t o provide some mechanisms for understanding its operation. 24
  27. 27. A P P L I C A T I O N S PROPULSIVE i - HICRO-SRAYirr EHV1ROHCHTS OH EARTH - R0CŒT PAYLOAD BOOST ASSIST - MATERIALS HANDLING S VHAREH0US1NG ENERGETIC FORGING, CASTING, EXTRUDING o r fETALS ALLOYING P O O PRODUCTION, CONVERSION t TRAHSfllSSICH OTKER - DEFENSE APPLICATIONS ETC, ETC, ETC,i hope Ill be able t o engender some interest so that people w i l l think¿bout It. Perhaps some w i l l , if they have some equipment, do some experimentsis well.1 must caution anyone who is pursuing this t h a t It Is an extremely dangerousapparatus. It has never knocked any of my fillings out, but it certainlyhas a potential for doing so. It has smashed mirrors, in one of its incarnations»30 feet away. It has overturned a large metal object about 50 or 60 poundsabout 100 feet away. And its effects cant be pinpointed unless we Ye lucky.We t r y t o find the active area and then we hope that something w i l l happenbut perhaps something very far away w i l l happen. The apparatus is capable oístarting fires anywhere. It w i l l start fires in concrete, l i t t l e bursts of flamehere and there and i t w i l l cause your main circuits t o have problems. Weve blownfuses out as well as circuit-breakers and large lights. 25
  28. 28. ThQ Hutchison FitoFigure 1- Examples of disruptive phenomena» including a broken bushing.Figure 2. Two samples of disruptive phenomena: contorsion and segmental isation. 30
  29. 29. The Hutchison FiiaFigure 3. Aluminium specimen from one of John Hutchisons experimentsOctober 1984 (70x magnification)Figure 4, Fractured iron rod/bar which Includes regions which weremapped by x - r a y : see also figures 9 and 10 31
  30. 30. The Hutchison File ***•**• i*. - i • —- r tí jo 10 ir ârFigure 14. Field strength measurements during Hutchison e f f e c texperiments a t about 350KHz, showing strength versus distancef r o m source 37
  31. 31. T7íO Hutchison Filo L *»—r- ^¡-TlHiJJad^r;Tt-; r-t^-r -TÍ _ " i LL_...Figure 16. Plot of linearly-rising powered take-off of a 19 pound bushingcalculated on an acceleration / t i m e graph. vt
  32. 32. The Hutchison Fito Letter from Jack Houck February 28. IBM.Your recent lener to me suggests you are experiencing more paranormal phenomena than me "normal*people do. Of course you know thisteof groat interés* to me. 1 meet a tot of people in paranormal re-search activities wtw describe similar experiences. In general, you are having your mind to out and aocess (connect) with remote people and things. I am enclosing my original model paper which provides away of thinking about how the mind can go out and access remote information, I know I sent this paper toyou years ago. but it may have been misplaced with all the International traveling you have been doing.The key point is thai you can leam to control when and where you want your mind lo go. Similarly, youcan bo open lo another (e.g.. Larry or Yin) accessing your thoughts or you can block that by simplymentally putting those thoughts you do not want others to access in a safe, and dose the door.I think that It is good to have the capability to sense things, like electromagnetic fields, when you want to.This can be controlled by setting a goal, making a mental connection to that goal, commanding it to hap-pen, and than letting go (allowing it to happen). These ere the same basic Instructions I use to leachpeople to bend m£tal with their minds. The instructions work reliably when you understand how this canwork, and practice* Tho same applies lo creating additional energy in a generator. In many of your ex-periments there Is a tot of "normal* energy around (e.g., your microwave mtJor)-1 think you want some*thing to happen —thogoalll Your mind goes out and coheres the local available energy which thencreates a force which attempts to achieve the goal The lettlng-go step seems lo be the most importantfrom all my research and you seem lo do that very well Improving your reliability requires a lot of prac-tice, a good model, and not thinking about il too much. Further, by making your goals very preciso andspecific, this process can be perfected. Creating a peak emotional event at the time you want thephenomena event to happen also seems to be an important ingredient.I have always said that is woi. " . be nice to have a temperature sensing device on a woman who sees her 1child under a car. As she lifts ihe car off tho child. I think there will be a 20 degrees drop in Ihe local airtemperature, Clejtrty. she has a goal ~ get the car off Ihe child. Thistea peak emotional eveni. Shedoes not think about not being able to lift a car. The thermal energy in the airteextracted and a force iscohered which helps her lift the car.John. I hope this information is useful and good luck In your continued research. Say "Hello* to Yin forme. M Vancouver experimental observation &A+*¿*f * by Jack Houck fcus ¿^Artfùv&X August 1685 Section 1 : Summary find ConclusionsDuring the year 1971, John Hutchison set out to build some Tesla coils. He also is acollector of old high voltage and static electricity generating equipment, as well as agun collector One evening while tinkering with this equipment, creating large spartsand high voltage effects, he was struck on the shoulder by a piece of metal. He threw itback toward where it came form and it struck him again. He had accidentally createdwhat we will call the Hutchison Effect During the ensuing years, he found that by 47
  33. 33. ^HutchisonFits ^ ^ t f ^ c ^ / /P&tS&X&Jadjusting the settings on the equipment, things would levitate, move horizontally, bend,break and explode.Hutchison met Alexis Pezarro and George Hathaway who had formed PharosTechnologies Ltd, in search for new innovative technologies. Pezarro and Hathawayworked with Hutchison, conducting many experiments In attempting to replicate andunderstand the phenomena. They also were looking for funds to perform the researchnecessary to apply this knowledge. The equipment belongs to Hutchison and is in hisresidence. The area in which Ihe majority of the effects occur is determined empirically.Often major events occur outside the intended "target area" where test objects wereplace. In the early days of their experimentation, many hovering and apparentlyantigravity-type events occurred.Hutchison and the equipment have moved twice in last few years, requiring manymonths to again obtain effects. During this time, more power and equipment have beenadded to the "system". Lately, most of the observed effects have been metal explodingor bending, and objects moving horizontally or expanding and contracting. A group ofscientists from Los Alamos had witnesses and experiment last year with no results.On August 13 and 14,1985, this author had the opportunity to witness two evenings ofexperiments. I had taken a number of samples to put in the vicinity of the equipment atthe intended target area. Most of the samples and controls left in Southern California, Itook 35 mm pictures, and rented a 1/2-inch home video recording system for documen-tation and assistance in observation. There were some very interesting events capturedon the video tape, and some of those were observed when they happened. Aluminumfoil pieces and some other samples (including plastic) were observed to slide or fallover, as if hit by an impulse at apparently random intervals throughout both evenings.At one point, one of the aluminum foil pieces appeared to move up and down, with a 1-3 second period,I was satisfied that no fraudulence was occurring, and was impressed by the fact thatmost of the events were covered by the video camera. However, some of the biggestevents occurred outside the intended target area. The first evening, a gun barrel and avery heavy (60 lbs) brass cylinder were hurled from a shelf in the back comer of theroom onto the floor. Simultaneously, on the opposite side of the room toward the back,three other objects were hurled to the ground. One was a heavy aluminum bar ( 3/4" by2-1/2" by 12"). It was bent 30 degrees. Hutchison said that it was straight at the begin-ning of the evening. Another object was a 15-lb brass bushing. These objects can beseen falling in the video record, but their initial location is not recorded. I am quite surethat no one was hiding in that part of the room throwing these objects. I was with bothHutchison and Pezarro during the entire experiment.None of samples I had were affected. There was a 4 by 4 array of small magnets set upin the target area. The first evening these magnets were spread all over because a bigbrass cylinder fetl on the board supporting them. It actually fell onto the calculator, butthe calculator continued to function. However, during the second day, no objects fell 48

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