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John Hutchison and the Hutchison Effect

Updated on August 22, 2011

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Who Is John Hutchison

John Hutchison is an electronics engineer and self taught physics genius who lives in Westminister British Columbia in Canada. John, suffering from a fear of open spaces spends his time in labs that he creates out of cheap old military hardware from military scrapyards and handmade materials like tesla coils, van de graff generators, radar wave emitters, and other rather obscure electrical field generating devices. He has received grants for his research into electrical and electromagnetic phenomena and he receives disability for his debilitating phobia.

Growing up John never was one for school, in high school he was tutored because he never really was a social child and because he took apart a school radio. As a child John took apart machines to figure them out. He built electronic labs at his parent's home and their neighbors would complain about the electrical noises and bright lights emanating from his lab all hours of the night. Even the local news ran a story on young John and his electrical laboratory.

After leaving home John rented a basement apartment where he began researching Nicola Tesla's work with electricity. He learned as much as he could about electrical fields and wave state physics. One night in 1979 John switched on all of his devices at once. He was shocked to see a steel bar floating in the air of his lab. This so stunned John that he was unable to sleep that night after his experiment. He hadn't expected something like a floating bar, he just wanted to test all his equipment. The next day he repeated what he'd done the night before but nothing happened.

Over the next several months John was successful in reproducing the effect, but it was unpredictable. At times things would levitate, other objects would split apart or explode, steel objects would fuse with wooden objects or become plastic and bend, a large canon ball would float and rotate slowly in the air, he even produces plasma like suspended balls of flashing light like ball lightening. Upon reproducing the effect John approached reputable physics majors to show his findings. It shocked the physicists who came to see what he had found and soon his findings were buzzing around the Canadian physics community.

By the early 90's John had streamlined his effect, causing objects to levitate multiple times a day by removing unneeded materials and electrical equipment from his lab and finding the proper placement for those electrical emitting devices that caused the effect. Soon the U.S. and Canadian defense departments became interested in John's home labs and even talked about making his work a national secret so that other governments would not find out about his findings. Of course this makes sense though, what John had stumbled upon was an anti-gravity effect but with unpredictable implications. The applications of such an effect though would revolutionize transportation, space exploration, and even the distribution of goods. The U.S. defense department was even going to move John to the U.S. so that they could fund his research but soon the offer fell away as did most of his investors because of the unpredictability of his experiments. One Mark A. Solice said, "The Hutchison Effect is not a singular effect." meaning that it is a very complex state in the use of electrical fields and wave generations that is unpredictable in nature and not reproducible in any standard way and therefore has no public application for practical use. What is very interesting though is that John's labs have been raided by the Canadian government for search of weapons and all his experimental equipment taken. If there is no reason for this since his experiments have no reproducible practical application then why has the government taken his equipment in the past?

The truth his John Hutchison has found the Rosetta-stone of modern physics or I should say rediscovered because his research is based on that of Nicola Tesla. His experiments uncovered a way to phase matter into a state between solid mass and it's wave potential using electrical fields and wave generators. He discovered by accident that mixing radio waves and static electrical fields with electromagnetic fields that this allowed the strong force bonds of the particles within the matter to oscillate and become fluid in an electrical field where the wave state vibrates somewhere between solid and non-solid so that it take on attributes of both states. This makes an object lighter than air, or even produces extreme amounts of energy within the object so that it will super-heat itself and melt or explode with no residual heat generated in the area around the object which defies the laws of thermal dynamics. Such a finding would indeed make the military and government agencies of the U.S. and Canada come running to see what he had found and yes even steal his privately made devices to have them reproduced and back engineered by their own R&D people.

So if you ask who John Hutchison is... well he may very well be one of the most important yet unknown scientists that has ever walked the face of the Earth.

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      brown stars 

      6 years ago

      no one will dedicate their life, money and time in such a massive project if it were to be meaningless. it makes so much meaning.

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      Sean Jankowski 

      8 years ago from Southern Oregon

      kowality if you by some miracle do meet John tell him the world is ready for his work to reach the masses!

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      baggz yue 

      8 years ago

      Heya Cow Flipper....great piece on John Hutchison. He is sure one the greatest human beings that has come along in a long, long time. They shouldn't squander and steal his knowledge ahhhh eheh. The trouble with today and always has been is governments. Useless governments, most the people in it for themselves. I love seeing what Mr. Hutchison is going to do next...been following him a long time. Can't say enough bout em...will leave that to your writing skills : )

      thnx again Cow Flipper

      baggz

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      baggz yue 

      8 years ago

      Heya Kowality....great piece on John Hutchison. He is sure one the greatest human beings that has come along in a long, long time. They shouldn't squander and steal his knowledge ahhhh eheh. The trouble with today and always has been is governments. Useless governments, most the people in it for themselves. I love seeing what Mr. Hutchison is going to do next...been following him a long time. Can't say enough bout em...will leave that to your fab writing skills : )

      thnx again Kowality

      baggz

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      kowality 

      8 years ago from Everywhere

      Wow. This stuff is great CF. I'm going to see friends in New West tomorrow. It would be cool to meet him.

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      John Hutchison 

      8 years ago

      Hutchison Effect Exposed

      Videos explaining how the Hutchison effect is faked and examples of how it is done.

      youtube.com/user/jupy921#grid/user/A6FAFAD5E97F063F

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      E. Nicolson 

      8 years ago

      A really interesting piece -- I've lived in Canada most of my life and have not heard of him. Thank you for bringing him to our attention.

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      Sean Jankowski 

      8 years ago from Southern Oregon

      Thanks Breakfastpop, well I've been following John Hutchison's research for over 14 years now. I learned about him back when I was researching poltergeist phenomena and what could be the real reason poltergeist activity occurs. Turns out most of what we experience has an explanation but the strange thing is sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

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      breakfastpop 

      8 years ago

      What a fascinating piece. How in the world did you learn about him? Great job..

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