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    • ElectricsPa c e c r a f tA jOu^MAl Or INT£A*CTIVE « i £ A A C H73 Strrçfct &?«lr<*tter Q »:?*3T<l 7G« 633-0]i 3August 20. 1997fix 704 UJ+JJIIJohn HutchisonApt. 305727 5th AvenueNew Westminster. BCCanada V3M 1X8Dear John:I would like to inform you lhat the Huichisoneffect was mentioned in a poster presentationrecently delivered to NASAs Breakthrough PhysicsPropulsion Workshop. The poster was designed tocommunicate come of the ¡dtdS submitted to ESJthrough the years that might have the most potentialfor applications in the future of space travel. Copiesof the poster and the accompanying paper, whichwere made available to many prominent spacescientists and engineers, arc enclosed. Thank you foryour contributions to this poster and ESJ.Sincerely,Chartes A Yost
    • The Hutchison Effect Apparatus930727/12By John Hutchison and ESJ staffThere have been some serious investigations Into the HutcNson Effect InCanada, the United States, and Germany. ($ee articles ¡n ESJ #4.J The realityof objects being moved, levitated, or restructured by magnetic and electricHeld effects does not seem to be In question. Justhow or why the events happen Is the questionablepart. John Hutchison has been providing ESJ withdetails on his work, as have a few others who haveworked with Nm over the years. The picture consis-tently described is that of numerous experimentalapparatus being operated simultaneously and In-teractively. Events occur, somewhat unpre-dictably. 77i(s is a format of accidental discoverythrough undeflnedmixture. Itlsexcltlng to Ihe expert*menter, yet frustrating tothe scientist trying to sortout the interaction of the variables. Although recol-lection and details am difficult Mr. Hutchison de*scrlbessomeofhlsapparatusfathtsattempttoshafewilh other experimenters.I will attempt to explain details of the apparatusused in my experiments and will start wilh theinput power used to trigger the host of Teslacoils, static generators, transformers, interferom-eters, magnetics, metal masses, and nuclearsources, etc. The source power was 110 voltsAC operated at 400 watts to 4000 watts. Oneside of the AC line had a power factor capacitor(60 cycles, 250 voh), and a 100-amp currentlimiter The magnetics of the current limiterwere also used in the experiment interactions.This power source was divided up in a functionbox and, through switching, went to variacs.The variac outputs were monitored by wattme-ters, ampmeters, and voltmeters, and suppliedup to fourteen transformers. These includedtwclvc*volt transformers for vacuum tubes,400,000-voIt AC transformers, a Siemens250,000-voIt DC X-ray transformer, and otheritems. Regeneration equipment of 450 kHz upto 2500 MHz was also operatedrThe general power circuit 15 shown in Figure 1.A and B are current limiters which ranged fromtwo to seven amps. By this means some trans-formers were limited to this amperage insteadof the fifty amps that might otherwise be drawn.The current limiters were adjustable and themagnetics from them were used in close prox-imity to the spark gaps and an alpha-betaemission unit, I had bypass switches on eachWarning: The re-creation of certain aspects 0/ iJicsc experiments is extremely dangerous andshould not be attempted urffhouf proper rrafnfng or guidance.u l*BMtHNCll744U$A
    • iïcpparirortOO Aeurrgnl timiurIIûVACîOift"1 rmfunction boxwtth pilot tighit2ílnirtcvi« H VFigure 1. Electrical Power Controlcurrent limiter which I used often. Unfortu-nately there was an inddertt one time in whichIhe outside pole transformer blew u p whenusing the bypass switch.T h e symbol fx) is used to represent the highpctential leads in Figures J, 5~7% and 17. Thesefigures are rough schematics of some circuits.My favorite Tesla atfls are $hown in Figures 2and J . Other Tesla coils I bad were of the flatpancake-type with 1-inch copper tube in the¡jta&s or citarlanud cnitiatoid cot!&>nn*emttocanttnuou* tvm*$2 udtet 4•duvneier ffiFigure 2 Dumbbell Tesla Coll, 3 » 1tong-¡Design of this coit latks details, for instance: 1)primary coil /oajffon and drive. 2} secondaryends connection toceramtc terminal, 3)whethertorolds ore actively wired to something or notJprimary and 10,000 turns of number 3 2 wireon an 8-inch diameter secondaiy tube* Anothercoil used twelve-gauge wire o n a 24-inch diarrreter tube, mounted horizontally- These are notshown.¿f dia copper batt3*<ta eopf*r ball<- atrolt tntulator6 tuTftK *pat*d *WP— icttfldcoil *#*****urir* tpQClng — J * titoinntr coit *28c*0ih cattf*rf4**.ViAércoi!*32wir*multiple prtmaryon*turn. J-rffa.ioppc*ruWSO |umi> *ff&pp+r m*Figure 3- Seuenfoot-toll Tesla Coit ¡Design ofthlscoit lacksdetflïh, for instance: Ildlmen&lortsof coiis, 2) connection* of coils, 3) power Inputto primary.1 5 EUcfrf- 3p+c+ermttL«tfîï«f.NC2nï-tdUSA
    • ;J.J2JtÜOOV*CHchoké coikW M W l _F l g u r e S T e j f o C o l / AFigure 4. Vacuum Tube Tesla Coil Drivewrfe¿í* (nAjfforMOtofSftOOOVffM ^F^-hfcKFchoUFigure 6 T « t o Coll B215 omp-irtabl*CU/rrnlftmltiWWOto2S0,<*WVDCtow JnJjciOic* pijiTVJ ¿op*¿60 Mt lo/iJTJW;un100mff«IfijiMHut+1 to (ÇÎIi^ï NùW to toffio r.J inwi (n 2S0+000 V DCfront/armar5uE 5,000 Jnojtiïfip*aifif p/p* and(s**Fiff. afordntotljcet srai^ /»fUtR g u r e 7* Hfgh-Volrco^ D C Insertion Pulse Unirí—.]™r I3*rf*omílrrc(i/o<iú r/nj<rjpportírf by 3*ffq urbf¡. /idiomrtff pfoitfc tub*._*f d t m ü t r toJinicopp+r Int1 *2"<tktmtt*rtopp+r bolthand u***h ;odJuK tungtítn gap*Figure 8. BotlEftghtning Projectorbmdt otecitrottd¡aluminum utaronSop tttcirode*}Van tie Graff in clout p^otrlmity14- charo** rnrrtrtrt rm^ffcetd ilflrrfrtinj option to ffc 7/The electronics of avacuum tube Tcsla coilare shown in Figure 4.Figures 5 and 6 showrough schematics of theTesla coil circuits*The schematic of Fig*ure 7. poweredbyahigh-voltage transformer,generated slrong elec-tric field pulses for anumber of uses, includ-ingtficprojectk*iofbeadlightning, as illustratedin Figure 8,n*crrfa SpfBGtmtt JtHint*! HUB • 1903U£*iravt f*C 287** USA
    • One set-up, illustrated in figure 9, seemed toproduce changes In the cosmic backgroundradiation.If I increased the variac output to the Semenstransformer to increase the high-voltage DC onthe large toroki. while keeping the rest of thelaboratory system running, the Geiger counterwould drop to near zero counts per minutewithin a 75-foot diameter zone* Yett the reversewas possible (to Increase counts) if I dropped thetoroid voltage and increased all DC voltages tothe laboratory system of Tesla coils (via tankcircuits), RFcolIs, sparkgaps,toroidalcoils, andtension on the nuclear unit The AC part of thelaboratory system would be maintained at thesame level. Figure 10 shows a schematic ofpulsing to the large main torokf.Some years ago, Drs. Lakken and Wilson ar-gued over whether a "ball" of alph£*beta fluxformed and deposited on the test samples. Ipersonally dont believe so. I befieve the alpha*beta flux was guided to the masses by beingconnected to high-voltage DC levels, by mag-netic pulse fields, and excited by my mechani-cally-pulsed magnetron which excited the geo-metric metal. The idea is to excite the surface¿kin of the masses and their atoms to create anunstable space-time situation. This might allowthe fields from the Tesla coils and RF genera-tion equipment to lock up in a local $pace-ümesituation. Mythought Isthatnowa small amountof energy is released from the vast reservoir inspace-time at the sub-atomic level to create adisnjptive or movement effect,r-TinflJ rfixvf*r tomtit-» Jala moa **«HiA/itf Hudev unitFigure 9. The Large Moin Toroid—/$" thick Aluminum:.™f*J"0 to 250.000 VDCnmn tmbmMFigure JO. Main Toroid-K >»toroidÍOdta.i«tfonaUirntruimterminal<7 í IMm-J 3 p M « c r * f f J o w r w f Jnuo ft. 1993L*C*tt*r. WC :^74d USAI
    • «Figure 11 Is a cutaway showing the nuclearsection in the center of a Tesla colL Note how1 have the feed hom close to the window area.Thisareawas alsobathed lna30(000-volt staticelectric field plus a weak magnetic field of only700 gauss which was variable* A two-spiralspark gap unit Is also shown In Figure 11,The radioactive material to provide alpha-betaemissions was contained m a stainless steel ballwhich had a thin window section. A four*gigahertz magnetron pulsed by an old rotaryspark gap system sent microwaves by the win-dow exit section. Small masses were placedclose to the Influence ofthe alpha-beta flux. Theradioactive source was also under high-voltageDC and pulsed coils (50,000 to 100,000 turns)to produce traveling wave type magnetics andelectrostatics to assist alpha-beta flux bunching&nd guidance. This all interacted with othersurrounding equipment. Some additional ar-rangement is shown in Figure 12.wild (ron WU¡ht uif/e —Ítlt<ontaciit ipirat O*ttotiroà firtji¡0iaJOûmùOQVDCcûucovbltétottQVpufs* ¿¡tntratot700 ¿a»"ni "riîf homing)uairtttAt boll A iMndaufMOT UiA flux «drvtoo~*tt~t¿¿rynüpJacobs ladder2* talK iusr&pbütspark gop pulse generatornuclear unitemission ballmagnetron-FigutcJl, Alpha Beta Ru< HomingafumiUftt b¿ockcopç^r bWAms>¡n*ll¡*IffCIUf(fable top]Figure I?. Alpha-Beta Fiux Setupnttcttcscontain**fUx outputmouron:J18 £|*crrfoLflfcUPt NC 7fl"9 USA
    • MagneticsA current limiter was used on "Big Red/ a fifty*kVA, 89,00frvolt transformer. Afive-Hzspark-gap discharge went amply to a copper groundplate.Theplatewasmovable andplacement oftheplate proved successful to later ocperimcnts.My current limiter was made from 4" by 4"laminations stacked fifteen-Inches high andnumber-eight wire wound soc layers thick. Thepulsing of the iron coreproved Its worth In tests.Its location was near the heart of my apparatus.Because it was a heavy unitf casters wereneeded to move It. The units pulse affected Iheelectrostatics and Alpha flux, when close. TheAlpha flux dropped off at two feet. Two otherunits in the set-up were double-loop brass shipantennas five-feet high, as shown in Figure 13.These are some basics of my laboratory. Iexcluded RFgeneration and coupling and all theradar-jamming devices 1 used later. I couldprecisely set up a pattern at 2Q00 mHz at 100milliwatts. I could give or take [±) 1000 mHztadd pulse rate, CW or modulation of any form.Placement geometry is of great importance tokey units of the electro-staticfieldand spark gaps.The electrostatic field~muâ cover all" compo-"nents. Helping to do thisare copper balls mountedon insulators. The largeball keeps its chargelonger while small onesdischarge faster. In a way,you have a pulse networkworking along with dy-namic electricity* and thesmall influence ofthc250-milfiwatt magnetron doseto the alpha-beta flux. Inthe zone is weak magnet-ics, permanent magnets.owita/ii puny lumi ofXKctia PC*ACFigure 13,AntennaModifiai Doublc-toop Bro« Shipand electromagnets of the traveling wave tube(TWT) barret types. Thus, perhaps a transformmation takes place on the subatomic level in allof this» and a conversion zone takes form fromthe surrounding equipment, This zone seems totransform again to zones beyond the lab, up to500 feet away, in the form of a cylinder. Thereappeared to be a zone at a distance of fifteenfeet. Samples placed in « sometimeslevitated orbroke apart.• l - . - r . - A - - - •*.Figure 14. Hutchison.19 1•aSB5p:.-v- •I Set-up of Rectttvers and Monitor*1L«»ï*st*it HC 287*8 USA
    • 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-ter in seaming reaction to a force of mutualrepulsion between filaments.The field lines picturesquely frozen in the alumi-num filaments are functionally identical to (hosewe observad at a point offractureof a permanentbar magnet of the same geomeby. The forceexerted on the aluminumfilamentswas sifidenttosplit abrgenumber ofthe outermoststrandsandfold them back along the "field lines" to such adegree, that layers of them arc compactedtogether, against the solid surfaces of Ihe sample.The material within the event vokime was muchharder aiyl quite brittle compared to the originalextrusion alky* which was quite soft. AD surfacesevidenceda mottksdappearanceand regularstruc-Flourel6. So"rfMetalBars Split and Frayed byfhç Hutchison EffectFigure J 5. Aluminum and Brass Bars After the Effectture, while having none of the characteristicsassociated with plastic deformation or melting.Physical characteristics were typical of ciystallinematerials sheared along bonding planes. Thenumber of filaments probably exceeded100.000. effectively Increasing the surface areawithin the event by tens of thousands of times.Another sample showed inexplicable materialmixtures; wood was found in an aluminum blocktested by Siemens Laboratory, Germany. Also,dense, impossible alloys of elements formingunknown materials were found by work of MaxPlanck Institute, Germany. Because so manydifferent effects happen, including lévitation,we can speculate the RF and support fieldoperators are working in a narrow regionof the "zone of effects." These randomevents sometimes happened at aboutfivc-pcr-hour in 1987, 88. and 89,It is an unpredictable probability for alloperators to synchronously combine tocause an effect. For events like slow liftand slow disruption, the operators com-bine under simple stable outputs, ampli-tudes, and frequency. Our space-timewindow would have to be described onthe subatomic level for the understandingof the Hutchison Effects.LflCMier. UC 2H7&Q USA
    • r^Li iiuuiarp*iMhtgtehokmtell0 to 400,000 VMo.40 G? mto cep0t000Voùch^ _ 0 tnferfcromrtfr4ÍWLO0O V00ÛJ^*ft0Û0lcK*Usure 17. Interferometeropto air ttbocUonfnritalktolkrttentcWlAifJtastfio/unlt4faiffLUmtlkírQírt/far ùhtmtnum >u. ji41u^ti» ruh&tf È*JndiJ0* d ^ m d rPMtW pip*ofamtnumihrfl^ outer foroldVan dc Crooff *í Van rfr Groa// #2-_.-. _ „ _ _ bulk In. 19S4Figure Î8AcknowledgmentsI would like to thank those Individualsassociated with Pharos Technology,the Max Planck Institute. Los Alamos.McDonnel Douglas, BAM Labs Ger-many, Fraunhofer. the Austrian andGerman groups, the DOD groups,and individual input from Japan,Greece, England , Canada, USA, Swit-zerland, France and the Yin GazdaInternational Filmmaker, for the In-terest and support they allhave shown.About the AuthorFigure 17 is another pulsing rirait dévies I callthe interferometer. Electrostaticswere 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.KhJohn Hutchison is the classic inde-pendent individual experimenter—the*Sorcerers Apprentice." Mr. Hutchi-son can be reached by mail at 911Dublin Street, New Westminster, Brit-Columbia. Can-xla, V3M 2Y5 »•21 £ ï * c r r | o , ,ft Jo+tm*t Issue % 1333Laceen*. NC 3S74Û U$*
    • ElectricsPa c e c r a f tA jOu^MAl Or INT£A*CTIVE «S£AACH73 Strrçfct & ? «lr<*tter Q »:?*3T<l 7G« 633-0]i 3August 20. 1997fix 704 UJ+JJIIJohn HutchisonApt. 305727 5th AvenueNew Westminster. BCCanada V3M 1X8Dear John:I would like lo inform you lhat the Huichisoneffect was mentioned in a poster presentationrecently delivered to NASAs Breakthrough PhysicsPropulsion Workshop. The poster was designed tocommunicate come of the ideas submitted to ESJthrough the years that might have the most potentialfor applications in the luture of space travel. Copiesof the poster and the accompanying paper, whichwere made available to many prominent spacescientists and engineers, arc enclosed. Thank you foryour contributions to this poster and ESJ.Sincerely.Charles A Yost
    • The Hutchison Effect Apparatus930727/12By John Hutchison and ESJ staffThere have been some serious investigations Into the HutcNson Effect InCanada, the United States, and Germany. ($ee articles In ESJ #4.J The realityof objects being moved, levitated, or restructured by magnetic and electricHeld effects does not seem to be In question. Justhow or why the events happen is the questionablepart, John Hutchison has been providing ESJ withdetails on his work, as have a few others who haveworked with Nm over the years. The picture consis-tently described is that of numerous experimentalapparatus being operated simultaneously and in-teractively. Events occur, somewhat unpre-dictably. Tills is a format of accidental discoverythrough undefined mixture. Itisexcitlng to the expert*menter, yet frustrating tothe scientist trying to sortout the interaction of the variables. Although recol-lection and details am difficult Mr. Hutchison de*scrlbessomeofhisapparatusfathlsattempttoshwwith other experimenters.1 will attempt to explain details of the apparatusused in my experiments and will start with theinput power used to trigger the host of Teslacoils, static generators, transformers, interferom-eters, magnetics, metal masses, and nuclearsources, etc. The source power was 110 voltsAC operated at 400 watts to 4000 watts. Oneside of the AC line had a power factor capacitor(60 cycles, 250 voh), and a 100-amp currentlimiter The magnetics of the current limiterwere also used in the experiment interactions.This power source was divided up in a functionbox and, through switching, went to variacs.The variac outputs were monitored by wattme-ters, ampmeters, and voltmeters, and suppliedup to fourteen transformers. These includedtwclve*volt transformers for vacuum tubes,400,000-voIt AC transformers, a Siemens250,000-voIt DC X-ray transformer, and otherItems, Regeneration equipment of 450 kHz upto 2500 MHz was also operatedrThe general power circuit 15 shown in Figure 1.A and B are current limiters which ranged fromtwo to seven amps. By this means some trans-formers were limited to this amperage insteadof the fifty amps that might otherwise be drawn.The current limiters were adjustable and themagnetics from them were used in close prox-imity to the spark gaps and an alpha-betaemission unit, I had bypass switches on eachtVnrnlng: The re-creation of certain aspects of these experiments is extremely dangerous andshould not be attempted without proper rrafnfng or guidance.u l*BMtHNCll744U$A
    • iïpo*p*rJact&rcopadlo*100 Aeurrgnl Hmitrrto RF QenrrntlontQ¿**P*Ttnt A J : . ; i - I :11ÙUAC60H*"1 rE4function boxwith P*lot tiçhU2*t**tUK%MmFigure h Electrical Power ControlWWcurrent limiter which I used often. Unfortu-nately there was an incident one time in whichthe outside pole transformer blew u p whenusing the bypass switch.T h e symbol fx) is used to represent the highpctentia! leads in Figures J, 5~7% and 17. Thesefigures are rough schematics of some circuits.My favorite Tesla coils are $hown in Figures 2and J . Other Tesla coils I bad were of the flatpancake-type with 1-inch copper tube in the¡jta&s or citarptosis gjphtflanud cattioroid cotltonn*cittttocanttrtuou* turn*$2 udtet 4 • diamcier fiïFigure 2 Dumbbell Tesla Coll, 3 » 1tong-¡Design of this colt latks details, for Instance*. 1)primary coil /oajffon and drive. 2} secondaryends connection toceramic terminal, 3)whethertoro ids are actively wired to something or notJprimary and 10,000 turns of number 3 2 wireon an 8-inch diameter secondaiy tube* Anothercoil used twelve-gauge wire o n a 24-inch dlarrrcter tube, mounted horizontally- These are notshown.¿f dia cop?** aatt$*dia. copper MI<- «trole tntulatorrzuhrrpiatt urtr*6 tuTftK ipocaü *WP— icttfldcoil *# *lreurirt tpactng —idtoinntr coit *28c*Olh c a t * * *4**.outer coil *32*ir*multiple primaryon*turn. J-rffa.eopprrruWSO |umi> *8c?QP*t wirefigure 3- Seuenfoot-toll Tesla Coit ¡Design ofthlscoil lacksdetûlh, for instance: lldlmenslortsof coiis, 2) connection* of coils, 3) power Inputto primary.15 E U c f r f - 3p+c+ermttL«tfîï«f.NC2nï-tdUSA
    • ;J.J2JtÜOÜV*CHchoké coikW MWl_FlgureS TejfoCol/AFigure 4. Vacuum Tube Tesla Coil Driveuartobl* InductorM0*>?StXOMVrxM ^F^-hfcK F c h o UFigure 6 Tesh Coil B215 ompmnabUCurrrnJftmlti(Ê/fjfOto 25O.0OQ VDC tou» JnJjciOic* p,.wvj ¿op*¿60 M t lo/iJTJW;un100mff«IfijiMHut+1 to pillen NùW to toffio r.J inwi (n 2S0+000 V DCfront/armarpukrt«d.¿aOCÚVDC5uE 5ÉtXÜJ•pçrrrïjntrxtnojtiïfip*aifif pipe andcoro*"*) rtfb^i(S**Fla. 3fordttatljKÍ sraifc? /If i¿*Rgure 7* Hfgb-Volrcc^ DC Insertion Pulse Unir£-,J " r I3*rf*omílrrc(i/o<iú r/nj<¡. /<i"diameter pttttic tub*._*fdtmütr toJinicopp+r Int1 *2"dktmtt*ftopp+r baitl a n d uJutfli ;od>uU tiinjir/rt OOP*Figure K BatlEftghtning Projectorbtodt occe!*mlt>d¡aluminum utaronSop tttcirode*}Van tie Graff in clout p^otrlmity14- Charon enmnn rrnçt¡hood H$hirtn3 option to Tfc 7/The electronics of avacuum tube Tcsla coilare shown in Figure 4.Figures 5 and 6 showrough schematics of theTesla coil circuits*The schematic of Fig*ure 7. poweredbyahigh-voltage transformer,generated slrong elec-tric field pulses for anumber of uses, includ-ingtficprojecuOTof beadlightning, as illustratedin Figure 8,n * c r r f a Sp+cTtmtt JtHint*! H U B • 1903L4£*irart f*C 287** U&A
    • One set-up, illustrated in Figure 9, seemed toproduce changes In the cosmic backgroundradiation.If I increased the variac output to the Semenstransformer to increase the high-voltage DC onthe large toroid. while keeping the rest of thelaboratory system running, the Geiger counterwould drop to near zero counts per minutewithin a 75-foot diameter zone* Yett the reversewas possible (to Increase counts) if I dropped thetoroid voltage and increased all DC voltages tothe laboratory system of Tesla coils (via tankcircuits), RFcolIs, sparkgaps,toroidalcoils, andtension on the nuclear unit The AC part of thelaboratory system would be maintained at thesame level. Figure 10 shows a schematic ofpulsing to the large main toroki.Some years ago, Drs. Lakken and Wilson ar-gued over whether a "ball1 of alph£*beta fluxformed and deposited on the test samples. Ipersonally dont believe so. I befieve the alpha*beta flux was guided to the masses by beingconnected to high-voltage DC levels, by mag-netic pulse fields, and excited by my mechani-cally-pulsed magnetron which excited the geo-metric metal. The idea is to excite the surface¿kin of the masses and their atoms to create anunstable space-time situation. This might allowthe fields from the Tesla coils and RF genera-tion equipment to lock up In a local $pace-ümesituation. Mythought Isthatnowa small amountof energy is released from the vast reservoir inspace-time at the sub-atomic level to create adisruptive or movement effect,r-TinflJ rfixvf*r tomtit-» Jala moa unide/id Hudev un ftitooa e*.tïotxùoôvrxrFigure 9. The Large Moin Toroid—/$" thick Aluminum:.™f*J"010 250.000 VDÇnmn tmbmMFigure 10. Main Toroid-K >»tarotoÍOdta*i«tfonQÏuminumterminal<7 Ornctri^ 3 P M « c r * f f J . U . Î . J Î J n u o tt. 1993L*C*tt*r. WC 387*8 USAI
    • «Figure 11 is a cutaway showing the nuclearsection in the center of a Tesla colL Note how1 have the feed hom close to the window area.Thisarea w a s alsobathed lna30( 000-volt staticelectric field plus a weak magnetic field of only7 0 0 gauss which was variable* A two-spiralspark g a p unit is also shown in Figure 11,The radioactive material to provide alpha-betaemissions was contained In a stainless steel ballwhich had a thin window section. A four*gigahertz magnetron pulsed by an old rotaryspark gap system sent microwaves by the win-dow exit section. Small masses were placedclose to the influence of the alpha-beta flux. Theradioactive source was also under high-voltageDC and pulsed coils (50,000 to 100,000 turns)to produce traveling wave type magnetics andelectrostatics to assist alpha-beta flux bunching&nd guidance. This all interacted with othersurrounding equipment. Some additional ar-rangement is shown in Figure 12.wild (ron Wl<¡tot uif/e —Ítlt<ontaciit spiral cmticflrod firtji¡0 to J0Ûmùù0VDC«u celled to 250 Vpufs* ¿¡tntratotrm§mtSA700 punnux "ri3f homing)uairtttAi boll A UtlrtdaütMOT UiA fluK udrvtoopuIK tmmfatm+r"*f*~rc¿Jiy flapJacobs ladder2* talK ru<o-$pttafspark gap pulse generatornuclear unitemission ballmagnetron-FigureJJ, AlphoBcta Ru< HomingafumiUftt b¿ockcopper bW*|TCSTI*I1¡>ictctu¡table topiFigure I?. Alpha-Beta Fiux Setupnttcttofcontain**fUx output:J18 £|*crrfoLflfcUPt NC W*% USA
    • MagneticsA current limiter was used on "Big Red/ a fifty*kVA, 89,00frvolt transformer. Afive-Hzspark-gap discharge went amply to a copper groundplate.Theplatewasmovable andplacement oftheplate proved successful to later ocperimcnts.My current limiter was made from 4" by 4"laminations stacked fifteen-inches high andnumber-eight wire wound soc layers thick. Thepulsing of the iron coreproved its worth In tests.Its location was near the heart of my apparatus.Because it was a heavy unitf casters wereneeded to move it. The units pulse affected Iheelectrostatics and Alpha flux, when close. TheAlpha flux dropped off at two feet. Two otherunits in the set-up were double-loop brass shipantennas five-feet high, as shown In Figure 13.These are some basics of my laboratory. Iexcluded RFgeneration and coupling and all theradar-jamming devices I used later. I couldprecisely set up a pattern at 2Q00 mHz at 100milliwatts. I could give or take [±) 1000 mHztadd pulse rate, CW or modulation of any form.Placement geometry is of great importance tokey units of the electro-static field and spark gaps.The electrostatic field~muâ cover all" compo-"nents. Helping to do thisare copper balls mountedon insulators. The largeball keeps Its chargelonger while small onesdischarge faster. In a way,you have a pulse networkworking along with dy-namic electricity* and thesmall influence ofthc250-milliwatt magnetron doseto the alpha-beta flux. Inthe zone is weak magnet-ics, permanent magnets.•vmM-rii fnorty lum« of3fc3KFigure 13,AntennaModifiai Double-toop Brass Shipand electromagnets of the traveling wave tube(TWT) barret types. Thus, perhaps a transformmation takes place on the subatomic level in allof this» and a conversion zone lakes form fromthe surrounding equipment, This zone seems totransform again to zones beyond the lab, up to500 feet away, in the form of a cylinder. Thereappeared to be a zone at a distance of fifteenfeet. Samples placed in it sometimeslevitated orbroke apart.• l - . - r . - A - - - •*.FtqurcM. Hutchison.19 1•aSB5p:.-v- •I Set-up of Recovers and Monitor*1L«»ï*st*it HC 287*8 USA
    • 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" to050" long and .008" to .012" thick. The eventvolume expanded outward from the mass cen-ter in seaming reaction to a force of mutualrepulsion between filaments.The field lines picturesquely frozen in the alumi-num filaments are functionally identical to thosewe observad at a point offractureof a permanentbar magnet of the same geomeby. The forceexerted on the aluminumfilamentswas sifidenttosplit abrgenumber ofthe outermoststrandsandfold them back along the "field lines" to such adegree, that layers of them arc compactedtogether, against the solid surfaces of the sample.The material within the event vokime was muchharder aiyi quite brittle compared to the originalextrusion alky* which was quite soft. AD surfacesevidenceda moltksdappearanceand regularstruc-Flgurelâ. SolidMetalBars Split and Frayed byfhç Hutchison EffectFigure J 5, Aluminum and Brass Bars After the Effectture, while having none of the characteristicsassociated with plastic deformation or melting.Physical characteristics were typical of ciystallinematerials sheared along bonding planes. Thenumber of filaments probably exceeded100.000. effectively Increasing the surface areawiihin Ihe event by tens of thousands of times.Another sample showed inexplicable materialmixtures; wood was found in an aluminum blocktested by Siemens Laboratory, Germany. Also,dense, impossible alloys of elements formingunknown materials were found by work of MaxPlanck Institute, Germany. Because so manydifferent effects happen, including lévitation,we can speculate the RF and support fieldoperators are working in a narrow regionof the "zone of effects." These randomevents sometimes happened at aboutfivc-pcr-hour in 1987, 88. and 89,It is an unpredictable probability for alloperators to synchronously combine tocause an effect. For events like slow liftand slow disruption, the operators com-bine under simple stable outputs, ampli-tudes, and frequency. Our space-timewindow would have to be described onthe subatomic level for the understandingof the Hutchison Effects.LttC«3ltfi KC 2H7&Q USA
    • r^Li iiuuiarp*iMhtgtehokmtell0 to 400,000 VMo.40 G? fflfea rapJ0t 000VMch^ _ 0 tnferfcromrtfr4ÍWLO0O V00ÛJ^*ft0Û0lcK*Usure 17. Interferometeropto air catvtcUonfnrtialktolkrtontoll fait len&ho! unit4k>tyoLUmtlkírQírt/far ùhtmtnum rings1tdff» ruh&tf È*JndiJ0* dizmeicPMtW pip*ofamtnumihrfl^ outer foroldVan dc firoo// *I Van rfr Groa// *2-_.-. _ „ _ _ bullí IR.19S4Fïgur* Î8AcknowledgmentsI would like to thank those Individualsassociated with Pharos Technology,the Max Planck Institute. Los Alamos,McDonnel Douglas, BAM Labs Ger-many, Fraunhofer. the Austrian andGerman groups, the DOD groups,and individual input from Japan,Greece, England , Canada, USA, Swit-zerland, France and the Yin GazdaInternational Filmmaker, for the In-terest and support they allhave shown.About the AuthorFigure 17 is another pulsing rirait dévies 1 callthe interferometer. Electrostaticswere 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.KhJohn Hutchison is the classic inde-pendent individual experimenter—the*Sorcerers Apprentice," Mr. Hutchi-son can be reached by mail at 911Dublin Street, New Westminster, Brit-Columbia. Can-xla, V3M 2Y5 »•21 £ ï * c r r | o , ,ft Jo+tm*t Issue % 1333Laceen*. NC 3S74Û U$*
    • The Hutchison Fil*The Hutchison effect - a lift and disruption systemGeorge 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 havecalled the "Hutchison Effect", It is a very strange arrangement oftechnologies Including those of Nikola Tesla and Robert Van de Craaf.This is a topic that is very conducive to wandering because it brings Idall of the most amazing kinds of effects that one would love to have Intheir basement, such as material levitating and floating around* beingable to break steel bars without the use of your bare hands» and altsorts of other weird and wonderful things.Pharos Technologies Ltd. was a company formed by myself and a gentlemanby the name of Alex Pezarro* who you may recall made a presentation atthe 1983 2nd International Symposium on Non-Conventional Energy Technologyin Atlanta- Alex talked about one of his pet projects, which was oil andgas discovery by novel means* In 1980» we formed this small company to tryto promote what we then called the Hutchison Effect* We also termed It Inour early presentations: LADS or the Lift and Disruption System. Thefollowing series of graphs were created In 1984 to present to various partiesInterested in funding this technology- The first graph indicates the topicscovered in these presentations.i i 1 1i u rj ton » 11 TOIT- W W Un tm IfWUtM « K5iU ff •• ittlfflA muiinc• satiaTaiiwTiicKutiuiicms iiJWMitftiii«SUT» U CAUSrffntC IttUffUt MCIWIIS- uismt cmtnxiis ruuic BOMUM» IR KI«J• «¿tut mvstK Aum-un UUTU* una* u IUMH- UDICUC *r«ir L/Jtt-SUI MttCiKTORUSH <"U• cjtfim cMvut ut cotoi cavo&itroi if mMi- IIHÍ* LM*U« tiftniPOETICm M toi F*** mu * ffiiuaat)
    • Tim Hutchison FilaThe L i f t and Disruption System or the Hutchison E f f e c t i s divided primarily Into tw<categories of phenomena: propulsive and energetic. The system is capable ofinducing lift and translation In bodies o f any m a t e r i a l That means It w i l l propelbodies upwards» and It will also move them sideways. There are actually 4 kinds oftrajectories which are capable of being produced and Ill explain these shortly.I t also has very strange energetic properties including severely disrupting i n t e r -molecutor bonds In any material resulting in catastrophic and disruptive fracturing,samples of which are described here. It is also capable of causing controlled plasticdeformation in metal*, creating unusual aurora-like lighting effects In mid-air,causing changes in chemical composition of metals (it varies the distribution ofthe chemical content), and other long-rang* effects a t distances u p to around 80 fei(24 metres) away from the central core of the apparatus — all at low power andat a distance.; &*< : t f ST IIT II M j l M t * 1 fttitt - f i l H « It xs*.- K:t:M Q¡ «mm ntn * %ma mua* me mu*via *wr iirtuo^r© -fKKtWOF tt.riinmitaiiUMLiAiUN LMU *X. «M ITHiC RKMim- u n OIIHA cf [max*. *»]*• or can» n o. riots- ÍMX ETUtttt CF PAO Cf L.A..M.- p»it t matwiT & w w IT f**a titiwitftin u»,-«*fuia**iun* I-A.O-S. ftmuvuii- KESttfUMiT IT IJufU, Ui «CO W£E 1 HOU** « a u if ti-tœittcmt L.*J.S. » • r tvnorcn- KDICOittTK»- K « W C com m.. ua CF imjvtmrtatllffUütí w m i ci : :iWJ. * • LMrjï LW*«IÜUSOTl V «Sa - L4J,|. PWS nUtfW CF U Hi í>x CUtf Tttlfi•:sr un i n s u n LUIT uaran J.I* ra* mttumc itcaa » LWLIUI UUU. IKH.1VT - man s AHITO*: * haa coiu CF vmi y*. WCT fUUIlLS CMUJtl C> UIV HUCIhUT IVlüUODThe system is a single entity, made up o f many discrete components. I t has manyinterrelated parts, unfortunately continually being added to by the inventor.It was discovered fortuitously by Hutchison, who was experimenting with early Teslsystems and static machines such as Van de Graaf generators.u
    • 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 appears15
    • 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 of a yellow milk carton.Its another way for him to 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 to 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 of large-scale monopolar regions that are of suchIntensity that they disrupt the material Itself. Its as reasonable an explanation asIve been able to come up with, or anyone else.Lifting phenomenaWe then proceed to document some lifting phenomena. The objects that are lifted In tfirst part of this section are on the order of a few pounds. All of them lift offwith a twist. They spiral as they lift off. There has to be a particular geometrywith respect to down (gravity) for them to take off. Some objects, if you He themon their sides, wont take off. If you turn them on their ends, they will take off.Th£ geometrical form of the objects, their composition and their relationship to 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 to take off. Theres a slow looping arc where the objects will basically takeoff 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 flight, 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 to the lifting thereafter, and the objecthit* the ceiling and comes back down. A third type of trajectory Is a powered onewhere there appears to be continuous application of lifting force. I have someevidence taken from the video. The fourth trajectory Is hovering - where objectsjust rise up and sit there. The objects can be of 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 time.Lighting phenomenaFollowing that Is a strange lighting phenomenon. This only occurred once butfortunately, while John was filming. Incidentally, this early film, with the mostspectacular results observed, was taken by John himself. It was taken in 1981 andall of a sudden a sheet of iridescence descended between the camera and some of theapparat! and one sees that sheet of light. It has a strange pinkish centre to it andhovered there for a while, and then disappeared. John thought he was hallucinating,Í6
    • The Hutchison Fito.::,luibut when we developed the film It turned out something was definitely there.In this same video, we observe heavier objects taking off. including a19-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 devicesin this particular series of experiments. There are no magnetic componentsunderneath or over top. There are no field colls underneath or over top oranywhere within 6 feet (i fi m). These images were taken while the apparatuswas performing at peak, and shows best results for the earlist experiments.Sometimes, Instead of lifting objects, John will purposely try to destroythem. In one case, a l/4nround rattail file rests on a plywood base and isheld dom from taking off by two plywood pieces. Beside it are some quarterand penny coins. The file is glowing white hot and yet there Is no scorchingof the wooden plywood pieces which are holding it down. Neither are any ofthe coins affected. This Is explainable In terms of RF heating theory becauseyew can have eddy current heating on the surface and Its almost cool to thetouch very shortly thereafter. Its still unusual that there Is no conductiveheat transferred to the wood.| JV 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 notcareful*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 lift1episodes were (tone In this early sQt-up» drawing a maximum of 1.5 kilowatts¿continuously from house-mains.Disruption effects • -• à«*n a annum «mut ivntîl^XJilJti t »TUMMlsmMb notmarmttmo>ra. nota• CMlPUTittS tf Itttf* AI wro, sim. *o «ton- amu *mws s u n TO guui LVUCKB «UWIUHLI>n cr rmicn . OEMCA «* ooftm uyina* U. mniniE m MowoMt •-«mm- IUTTUJUS t ntUUTT* oniv% rwuoari-I.C* xtm m» UBtMvr ¡- %rjmi% Lu;:Kr r : B g p -- wifii itsfusitt mrsis• I. : - TVOttO tDtfVOT CF KlALUK* i- tumi* men» «oûsctrt* a w n a m muim U-ÍATIm HÂTIS1Ï17
    • Tha Hutchison FitoThe disruption part of this Lift 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 tocertain 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 SEMrs with EDAs (EnergyDispersive Analysis) to 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 intolittle 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 forth, 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 to 13 Indieslong. Its 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 tall, 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" of It vapourized during an experiment. Then there arevarious pieces of aluminum and steel. On the right of Figure 2 is a boring bar. Youcan still see the old tool bit that John was using through it. It was on a shelf about10 feet away from the centre of the apparatus and he did not see it happen. It Justbent up into a tight U and deposited a quantity of copper at the bend. The copperseemed to 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, its a volume effect, not merely an eddy-current surface effect.The whole thing is blasted right through.Figures 3 to 6 show some of the scanning electron microscope photos taken by theUniversity of Toronto. Figure 3 shows an aluminum specimen at about 70 times magni-fication and the whole surface Is torn apart, as If it was gouged randomly by somemechanical means. It has not been smoothed and polished and subject to x-ray ordispersion analysis yet. A piece of iron Is shown In Figure 4, and was analysed forcomposition which showed anomalously high amounts of copper.With a little 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
    • 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 effectf M S t 1 PIT S iCát t ftTtf IThis plan view shows the first (1983) set-up under Pharos control.IV
    • Th* Hutchison FitoIncreasing propulsive power is being applied to this as witnessed by this increasingacceleration curve. These are the actual measurements to 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 ithits the ceiling, this 19 lb. bushing is traveling at 20 m/sec. (45 mph, 72 kmh)and increasing!I am at sea In trying to determine how the device can provide a lift. In thisTheoretical background" listing, I mention a few names that might have something todo with an explanation of I IDISCUSSION OF ÜJBRENT t EARLY THEORIES INCLASSICAL I OUWIUn PHÏSICSENERGETIC EFFECTS6 . UBOHVALLEEBUYERPRIGQG1HEPROPULSIVE EFFECTS. - HOOPER- HOLT- GRAHW1 t LAHDZ- 2INSSER/PESCHWPLUS KAKY OTHERS SOI [BIT I MED miFinally here Is a listing of a few potential applications of this effect if it can beproduced In such a format that it l£ repeatable and controllable: rocket payload assist,materials handling and warehousing, floating things into 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 difficult technology to wrap ones mind around.1 have had a great deal of difficulty In convincing scientists to think about thispossibility, let alone try to provide some mechanisms for understanding its operation.24
    • A P P L I C A T I O N SPROPULSIVE i - HICRO-SRAYirr EHV1ROHCHTS OH EARTH- R0CŒT PAYLOAD BOOST ASSIST- MATERIALS HANDLING S VHAREH0US1NGENERGETIC FORGING, CASTING, EXTRUDING or fETALSALLOYINGP O O PRODUCTION, CONVERSION t TRAHSfllSSICHOTKER - DEFENSE APPLICATIONSETC, ETC, ETC,i hope Ill be able to engender some interest so that people will think¿bout It. Perhaps some will, if they have some equipment, do some experimentsis well.1 must caution anyone who is pursuing this that 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 try to find the active area and then we hope that something will happenbut perhaps something very far away will happen. The apparatus is capable oístarting fires anywhere. It will start fires in concrete, little bursts of flamehere and there and it will cause your main circuits to have problems. Weve blownfuses out as well as circuit-breakers and large lights.25
    • ThQ Hutchison FitoFigure 1- Examples of disruptive phenomena» including a broken bushing.Figure 2. Two samples of disruptive phenomena: contorsion and segmental isation.30
    • The Hutchison FiiaFigure 3. Aluminium specimen from one of John Hutchisons experimentsOctober 1984 (70x magnification)Figure 4, Fractured iron rod/bar which Includesmapped by x-ray: see also figures 9 and 10regions which were31
    • The Hutchison File***•**•i * .—r-10tí jo i r - i •ârFigure 14. Field strength measurements during Hutchison effectexperiments at about 350KHz, showing strength versus distancefrom source37
    • T7íO Hutchison Filo*»—r- ^¡-TlHiJJad^r;Tt-; r-t^-r L-TÍ_"i LL_...Figure 16. Plot of linearly-rising powered take-off of a 19 pound bushingcalculated on an acceleration / time graph.vt
    • The Hutchison FitoLetter from Jack HouckFebruary 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." .1 be nice to have a temperature sensing device on a woman who sees herchild 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.Vancouver experimental observation &A+*¿*f M*by Jack Houck fcus ¿^Artfùv&XAugust 1685Section 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 by47
    • ^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 fell48
    • The Hutchison File #&/) &ffi&fi& !into the target area containing the 4 by 4 array, but the magnets did move around,apparently due to the same horizontal force lhat pushed the aluminum foil pieces offthe board. More detail on the objects that moved is contained in Section 2 of this reportPezarro and Hutchison reported many stories about what they observed in previousexperiments,I was struck by the many similarities there were to Ihe type of phenomena I observe atPK parties and Ihe type of phenomena associated with other types of macro PK(psychokinesis) events. Could Hutchison be electrically stimulating ihe same type ofenergy or "fields** that are responsible for PK events? There are also some dissimilari-ties. This comparison will be made in a Section 3. Might Ihey have discovered a PKamplified ft is possible lhat I could be biased because of my research into ihe PKphenomena. Pezarro believes that Ihey are creating some type ol lTield" lhat stimulatessome energy to be dumped into the objects, or used by an objects surface to genéraleIhe observed effects. No one has a theoretical explanation for what is occurring. How-ever, if ci betler understanding can be developed, then it may be possible lo deviseexperiments whose results can be predicted. Several theoretical approaches may berelavant (e.g.. (Tom E.] Bearden. Williams, [Prof. Elizabeth! Rauscher, [Prof. William]Tiller, [Prof. Jack] Dea. et ai).In conclusion. I believe that Hutchison is creating a real phenomena wilh his equipmentlhat is somehow being stimulated by some combination of the electrical fields beingemitted. Currently, the effects are so random in both time and space that it is very diffi-cult to conduct meaningful experiments. However, if someone can figure out a way tofocus the effects consistently in a target area, then much more anomalistic data wouldbe produced. Ideas were discussed on how to accomplish this focusing. There aremany other parameters involved in each of the elements of Ihe equipment lhat need lobe better understood in order to obtain consistent efTects. It is likely that effects arebeing created that cannot be explained by conventional physics and, therefore, some ofnew models being created to extend physics, in attempts lo explain anomalous phe-nomena, could be examined in conjunction with Ihe Hutchison Effect.Section 2: Experimental DataOn August 13,1985,1 flew to Vancouver. B.C., Canada, from Los Angeles to observethe Hutchison Effect Pezarro met me at the airport and helped me get settled into thehotel Pezarro talked about their experiments. I rented a video camera and recordingequipment. We took the equipment to Hutchisons residence and set up the equipmentand samples in Ihe target area. They cannot run the equipment during the day becauseit disturbs all the electrical equipment of the neighborhood. The video camera wasplaced on a ladder, about 15 feet from the target area and cablea to the recordingequipment located in another room. The room which contains the equipment has twonarrow walkways, and old electronic equipment is stacked to Ihe ceiling on Ihe outsideof both walkways.49
    • Tin Hutchison Fito7*/*.cC-f?.<AsAJ?Á ¡&{+rs¿Sl?CThe center of the room contains a massive amount of equipment, including a lot ofpower conditioning equipment Iwo very large Tesla coils, several Van de Grsaffgenerators (only working as part of the "system"), a Jacobs ladder, and a big spark gapgenerator. I did not get into the details of Ihe equipment because that is not my field,and Pezarro said there were "secref elements The first evening, August 13, westarted the experiment at 8:45 p.m.Tablo 1 lists the major events lhat I recorded.Time8:45 p.m.9:10 p m046 p.m.9:50 p.m.1000 p,m.1010 p mEventStart.Big KXBtt butttng • 17 lbs - toll over onto the o roa ofmy samples: knocked the magnets around Aluminum(oil behind bushing was moving up and so^vn slighüy.Large piece? of aluminum Coil tcti o1Heit side.Large piejos of aluminum toil lefl off left skie.Something fell off the shelf in the back part of the room(left side) as well as direct/ behind the target area»Lights »n<j fuses blew ouiTawe 1. Tatteof eventson August 13, IMS-Figure 1 is a sketch of the room and shows whor© things were generally located. It isnot to scale. The direction of travel of the movement of the objects is noled in Figure 1.Photos 1 and 2 were taken of the target area before Ihe experiment began on August13,1985, The samples I had taken were on the "table" toward the front of the room(closest to the camera). There were two large metal rings hanging from the ceiling overthe target area that slowly moved periodically throughout the evening.Photos 3 and 4 were taken after the fuses blew Out with only a candle to check thingsout It can be seen lhat things in the target area had moved around, The cylinder on thesecond table fell over onto the first table. The major action during Ihe first evening wastoward the front of the second labieJt can be seen in the photos that some of thealuminum foil moved around, and this is verified on the video lape.Phoio 5 was taken from the target area toward the front of the room capturing one ofthe Teste coils and the Van de Graaff generator. This picture provides a sense of theamount of equipment and cramped conditions. Throughout Ihe evening, Hutchison wasconstantly changing the settings on all of Ihe room. Photo 6 was taken of the things thathad fallen on the floor near the end of the first experiment This photo was taken downthe lefl walkway.5U
    • The Hutchison File Jn&4. tfktftf *UPhoto 1Target area: Hutchison samplesPhoto 2Target area: Jack Houck samples51
    • TTie Hutchison FitoSeoftp B«nTMumirtume*íB%Trisr(CfAtertnunírut«cCí*viÍTMIICDIYKibrUMrControl floomA»»»» -ÊafenG V»fO x S t ^ u c!Ant*«MVhteCvTMnFigure 1. Shetcli of the experimental setaip in room, describing location of samples, selectedinstruments, control area and Ihft direction of displacement of artifacls affected by the Hutchison effect.August 13 1965. Not drawn to scale*51
    • The Hutchison File/4>*c&>^£ ZPe^Jj^¡5 l^r* »iIntersectInttífseclFigure 2: Wave postulation: intersection of two active monopolar antenna sourcedwavefronts.The two large events in the back of the room seemed to occur at the same time. Ipostulated that maybe this machine was somehow acting as two monopoleantennas.radiating waves, as shown in Figure 2. Of a wave from radiator, one had theright property to interact with a wave from radiator 2, then simultaneous effects shouldbe expected at the two intersections of the circles, especially if there was something toaffect al both locations. This idea prompted me to sel up additional target areas in theleft walkway on Ihe second day of the experiment54
    • Tile Hutchison Filefo/fCt?û"Sl/-povâlfiiAMI*A m lit*DBAL 11OiO-vh-^ll^oMi Qnn^t ,«— • „ _E?i#;«•AL 17Ho ACMOA"©—.&fo.O+nijot ftoot*SFigure 3. The set-up and noted changes for August 14,1995 experimentsI look all of our samples back to the hotel with me so lhal l had control of Ihem at alltimes. The geometry for the experiment on August 14,1985 is shown in Figure 3. Therecord of events is presented in Table 2. Wilh only one video camera, it was notpossible to prove that we obtained simultaneous events. However» pieces of aluminumfoil did move (fall to thefloor)on both walkways during Ihe evening, l set up the wholetarget area on Ihe second day. I checked under the table for other equipment - none. Imoved the front table back about two or three feet from where it was on the first day.Hoping to get the major effects on the samples I took.55
    • The Hutchison Fito%ACéOtyi^/9j¿ tfà<X?ÀA$>Photos 9 and 10: indications of movement of magnets and aluminum objects.Photo 9 was taken at the break. A new video tape was also put in the recorder at thistime. Photo 10 was taken of the same area (front table in the target area) at the end of(he experiment. Examinalion of the sequence of Photos 8,9,10 shows the movement ofthe magnets and the aluminum objects. Photo 11 verifies that nothing on the back tablein the target area moved. Fortunately, some movement did occur in the area of oursamples on the second day. However nothing lifted off or hovered as I had hoped. Thevideo record does show impulsive type movements, and there does seem to be a58
    • The Hutchison Fito2) The Electromagnetics hypothesisletter from Hathaway Consulting Services, TorontoNovember, 19S5Ve best explanation for the !itl so far camo from Leon Dragone and Prof* Panos Pappas whopostulate ;j charge coherence between a localized aren on the eatth (or launch platform" and thespecimen to be launched)» This sudden coherence couw affect the gravitational pull on the object andgive It a thrust If property directed. It could be stimulated by sudden discharges Is sparte gaps as youhave. But unless these gaps arc precisely turned and coordinated in phase, the lift phenomenon resultingwould appear only sporadically, i.e., when a chance coherent slale was achieved during spark cyde.Letter from Prof. Dr. Panos T. Pappas, AthensOctober. 1985As I have experimentally observed gravitational like (attracting) forces between identically excited bymicrowave bodies, your experiments gave me the Idea that you probably disturb the microwaveresonance between the orbiting electrons in Ihe mass of earth and orbiting electrons in the mass invarious objects* As a result you extinguish the coupling which wc know as gravity between object andearth (or even causa repulsion). I will not go into details.Letter from Prot Dr. Panos T. Pappas, AthensJanuary, 1990I believe the effects were produced by a few elements, i.e.. by the Tesia cons and sparks in tune andperhaps^ by the static {VantierGratl) generator. The undertying principle should be simpler, however,having so many equipments the essence is lost. The essence, I believe, was around the spartes anddevises that they produced them.63PT
    • The Hutchison FitoRichard SparksScientific and Technical Intelligence / SBIR. OttawaThe ExperimentA complex high voltage, high frequency apparatus was assembled which when properlyadjusted caused various material objects lo accelerate in a vertical direction, againstthe gravitational field. Under some set of as yet undefined conditions, and particularlywhen " lift wdoes not take place, a target specimen will be fractured or disrupted in acatastrophic manner A less frequent phenomenon is the apparent heating toincandescence of iron and steel specimens having high length to width rations. Thisevent is not accompanied by the heating, charring or the burning of combustiblematerials in contact with the specimen throughout the duration of the event of about twominutes. The fracturing of certain iron and steel geometries accompanied by ananomalous residual magnetic field, permanent in nature, is not uncommon. Permanentand dramatic alterations in the physical and chemical structure of certain metallic alloyshave been documented via mass spectrographic data. These effects do not appear lobe specific to any particular type or class of material.The reaction area comprises a roughly circular cylinder about one and one half feet indiameter and of unknown height. Total energy radiated into this cylinder is on the orderof a few watts, although approximately 500 watts are dissipated by the apparatus,I have made ihe following observations and specified certain relationships pertaining tothe action of the combined static and dynamic electric fields on an aluminum specimenof rectangular geometry and measurements of approximately Jfi* x J4F x 2".The aluminum specimen was disrupted as shown in the appended photograph Thenature of the disruption is such that the material that comprises about one third the totalmass of the specimen ¡s shredded in a regular manner along the length of Ihe object,resulting in a conversion, throughout ihe entire volume of the central portion of Ihespecimen, from solid extrusion to an expanded bundle of more or less uniform "ribbons1* or filaments of aluminum. The filaments vary in width from about 0.01 Û" to0.050" and in thickness from 0.008" lo about 0.012".The entire event volume has expanded outward from the mass center in seeming reac-tion lo a force of mutual repulsion between filaments. The expanded filament bundlehas assumed the shape and configuration of a magnetic field having ifs axis orientedalong the specimen Such a Held pattern would be produced as the as the result of acircular flow of electrons around the axis of a ferromagnetic specimen of identicalgeometry. The "field" lines frozen in the aluminum filaments are functionally identical tothose observed at the point of fracture of a permanent iron bar magnet of the samegeometry. The force exerted on the aluminum filaments was sufficient to split a largenumber of Ihe outermost strands and fold them back along the Yield lines " to such a64
    • The Hutchison Filedegree thai layers of them are compacted together against the solid surfaces of thspecimen adjacent to the event area.The material within the event volume is much harder than Ihe original extrusion alloy,which was quite soft, and is quite brittle. All surfaces evidence a mottled appearance,regular structure and none of Ihe characteristics associated with plastic deformation ormelting. Physical characteristics are typical of crystalline materials sheared alongbonding planes. The number of filaments probably exceed 100,000; effectively increas-ing the surface area within the event by about 11,700 limes. The initial cross sectionarea to surface area of the event volume has increased about 78,000 times.1, I would conservatively estimate thai Ihe energy required to accomplish thephysical separalion and expansion to be in the vicinity of at least 3000 Watt-sec.Under certain circumstances the requirement could be greater by two orders ofmagnitude.2, Given the approximate 500 Watt input to the apparatus and Ihe omnidirectionalmethod of energy projection, the energy incident upon the target specimen areseveral orders of magnitude smaller than would be required to disrupt it3, If we wish to theorize that Ihe 500 Watt RF energy field is in some fundamentalway causative, it must be noted lhat both E and H wave components traveling ina conducting medium are attenuated by the factor (e"**) as they advance alongz. The attenuation is extremely rapid and varies according to the expression:£=1/0 = 1 / ^ / 0 7 ^ 0 (M)Generally speaking, Z = 5.0 defines the point at which the function £ can beassumed to be zero. This function applied to the target specimen indicates askin depth of about 64 micrometers.Any theory requiring fundamental causation from the RF field is simplyuntenable.5. By definition the Van De Graff field is static and cannot be considered as asource of fundamental causation of the phenomenon.6. It is evident from observation and experimentation that neither shearing norstress in tension or compression could have been causative in the observeddisruptions,7. The stale of the specimen is consistent with the idea that an impressed forceacted from within the specimen, perhaps from an origin at the center of mass,8. Said force was impressed at, or rose to, the peak value required to disrupt thespecimen and declined rapidly with rupture ana subsequent expansion.65
    • The Hutchison Fito9. We may be able to infer a fundamental relationship between Ihe observedphenomena and Ihe mass of the target specimen.10. We can infer a fundamenlal relationship between the observed phenomena andthe GEOMETRY of the specimen. This is supported by ihe observation lhattarget specimens of identical composition, but having different geometries areeither not affected or are affected in different ways. Additionally,^ effects dueto a certain geometry are repeatable with identical geometries given the samelype of material.11. If we entertain a small transition in thought and accept the idea thaiaccording to mathematical constructs space Itself has a real and definablestructure, we can submit Ihe possibility that the observed phenomena insome way a function of the geometry of space occupied by the specimen,and that the geometry of the specimen and the geometry of the occupied spaceare coupled at the level of the fine structure.12. If we can define the nature of matter in terms of its energy equivalence andthen relate the resulting system to the fine structure of the occupied space,we may be able to define the pre : se nature of the coupling and thereby definethe mechanism of the dynamic system resulting in the observed phenomena asintegrated functions of Ihe couple and the electromagnetic operators.13. For numerous reasons, both nuclear forces may be discounted as beingfundamentally causative. The remaining force; that of gravitation, variesby Vallees definition according to the expression;Gp =c2xkxiflfr = V2and is several order of magnitude smaller than required lo account for ourobservations.14. Vallée does predict a depletion of energy in Ihe structure of space in thevicinity of an Earth-sized concentration of mass of 57000 megajoules lessper cubic meter lhan that of a cubic meter of interstellar space. If this is so,and the potential does exist, the energy available to produce the observedeffects would be of the proper magnitude, assuming less than 100%conversion efficiency of our apparatus, and given the dimensions of our targetspecimen. This being the case, we can assume that the more massive the targetspecimen, the greater the potential energy flow.15. Serious considerations should be given to the idea that exceeding a certaincritical mass of any relatively pure material may result in a reaction that isnot self-quenching.66
    • The Hutchison FileGeorge D. HathawayHistorical context and relation to current Physics.Although an attempt will be made to treat the "lift" and "disruption" aspects of the de-vice separately, many areas of overlap will be inevitable. In general, the disruptionphenomena will be analyzed in terms of invoking channeling or triggering largeamounts of electromagnetic (EM) energy right in the core of materials, ihe lift phenom-ena in terms of examining both experimental evidence and Neo-Maxweii theories whichhave not been examined in sufficient detail until recently.Until detailed measurements are made, even these tentative analyses will remainhighly speculative. The intent here is to provide an initial, brief compendium of scientificand experimental investigation that appears to have the most bearing on thephenomena.For the past dozen or so years, the latter work of American inventor Nikola Tesla hasbeen under investigation by J. Hutchison, an inventor working for Pharos Technologies.Pharos present invention consists of a particular combination of DC field-producingelements (e.g. Van der Graaf generators) and AC elements (e.g. Tesla coils). Althoughthe actual discovery of the effects discussed herein was fortuitous it had a solidbackground of experimentation behind itAs far as the lift effect is concerned, there are many other candidate systems, bothconventional and non-conventional, lhat appear to bear some similarity, howeverremote. Aluminum disk are regularly suspended by eddy currents above toroidal ACelectromagnets in first-year physics classes. Magnetic lévitation trains are anengineering reality. Even with high-energy electrostatic repulsion significant liftcapability is possible. They all differ from the Pharos device in that they;i) have generally mucft L w Uft per Wst: figuresii) act on specific materials (conductors in Ihe first two cases, dielectrics inthe third case).iii) generally act vertically only using cantilevered elements directly aboveandfor below test objects.IV) cannot produce the entire range of observed phenomena.Pharos Technologies Ltd. has investigated claims made for many non-conventional lifttechnologies and has assessed their technical and commercial feasibility. Appendix Aoutlines several of these.67
    • The Hutchison FitoCanadian military perspectiveLetter from Lome A, KuehnScientific and Technical Intelligence, OttawaJune 9,1986The report [Richard Sparfcs] Is a fair summary of our scientific appraisal of the phenomenon lhat you areinvestigating• We do not foresee any further consideration of support to your endeavor until such time asyou can assure a reproducible effect in a particular sample m a reasonably period of time (say three orfour hours). The phenomenon Is demonstrated to us appear to be Intermittent and unpretfictaWe,Letter from Lome A. Kuehn(to George Hathawayr Toronto)Enclosed is a copy ofmytrip report, relevant to my visit to Mr. Hutchisons laboratory earlier thisyear. Ihave also enclosed a copy or the metallurgical report on the sample which you provided us, which 1assume has been now returned to you.The report is a fair summary of our scientific appraisal of the phenomena that you are Investigating. Wftdo not foresee any further consideration of support to your endeavor until such time as you can assure areproducible effect in a particular sample In a reasonable period oltime (say three of four hours). ThePhenomena HS demonstrated to us appear to be Intermittent and unpredictable. Reproducibility of aneffect would do much to strer>gttien your case.I have enclosed some photos thai we took for your retention and for passing lo John Hutchison. Enjoyedmeeting you end John and *vish you well in your endeavours.75
    • Th* Hutchison FileCrystal energy converterJohn Hutchisons crystal energy convener produced over 3 Watls of energy without anyevident exterior input source or batteries. It put oui from 0.5 lo 1.7 volls at 880 to 3000microAmps, and could be connected in series and in parallel lo change Ihe voltage andcurrent. He is currently working on a new generation of such devices.John Hutchison felt that it worked on the principle of altered space product of chargefunction barrier If so, II would be a significan! advancement, demonstrating a simplemethod of tapping Zero Point Energy and illustrating Ihe Casimir Effect.Zero Point Energy, is the energy in ordinary amply space. In quantum theory, so-calledempty space is a seething sea of activity, with fields coming and going, and particlesbeing created and annihilated on a microscopic level. Zero-point-energy is the remain-ing activity or motion left in space, even at a temperature ol absolute zero - once you"freeze out" mosl motions, (At minus 273 degrees Centigrade, or zero degrees Kelvin,all molecular motion slops -- and conventionally, there is no longer any energy left,except for zero-point-energy.)This is a "mainstream concept" subscribed by Nobel Prize physicists. Indeed, (I isbelieved by such prominent physicist as Richard P. Feynman and John ArchibaldWheeler lhat even in less than one cubic centimeter of vacuum at Ihe zero-point, thereis more energy than can be produced by any power plant yet built by man, enough toevaporate all of the worlds oceans I In Victorian times, this energy field thai permeatesall the universe, was known by Maxwell as Ihe Ether, and by Albert Einslien in hisGeneral Relativity Theory as metric plenum, and in his Special Relativity Theory as atrue vacuum. Heisenberg referred to it as a plenum of vacuum field fluctuation. Morepopularly, it is seen as a source o( "free energy".This converter is believed to illustrate the Casimir Effect. Hendrik Casimir proved thaithe vacuum fluctuations really exist. Vacuum pushes plates together so much lhat iheygenerate heat, and allow electrons only flow in one direction at Ihelr interface, ol twodissimilar materials. If conditions are right such that it is easier for the electrons to go inone direction than Ihe other across the interface and if and when there is an externalcircuit connection, this effect could be expected to drive current around continuously.The peculiar effect is by no means fully understood and can only be observod undercertain conditions, which are difficult to define und to maintain.711