Friday, July 27, 2007

The Hutchison Effect - Experiments In Tesla Technology

According to Hutchison, while trying to duplicate experiments done by Nikola Tesla, he discovered a number of strange phenomena, including:

1. levitation of heavy objects.
2. fusion of dissimilar materials such as metal and wood, while lacking any displacement.
3. the anomalous heating of metals without burning adjacent material.
4. the spontaneous fracturing of metals.
5. changes in the crystalline structure and physical properties of metals.
6. disappearance of metal samples.

All these phenomena are jointly grouped under the name Hutchison Effect (HE). Supporters like Mark Solis, his former webmaster, maintain that none can be the result of known physical phenomena, such as electromagnetism.

Hutchison and his supporters surmise that these phenomena arise from zero-point energy or the Casimir effect. Hutchison also says that he invented a form of batteries, which he "calls Q Cells" or "Hiroshima cells", which he describes as obtaining energy from the quantum vacuum using the Casimir effect. These batteries have been labeled by some as over-unity devices, however according to the claims made Hutchison's this would be incorrect.

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