The one thing I have noticed with the Hutchinsons effect is the way that steel can break up and that is occuring at a very slow rate. Steel being manipulated at the sub atomic level in the middle of the bar and apparantley softening it up, but you are suggesting something many times of magnitude greater and instantaneous and thats where your argument breaks down.
Some the noticed effects are:
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.
I havent see any video of anything actually dissappearing yet. In the documentary Free Energy: The Race to Zero Point, he states that military scientists were impressed with the effects, but were not able to replicate them on their own without assistance.
This "Hutchison Effect" has been claimed for years, without any independent verification — ever. In fact, its originator can't even replicate it on demand. This has been investigated more than once, been part of documentaries on The Discovery Channel, but still never seems to pass critical muster. This is in the category of folklore. In general, the "American Antigravity" web site caters to such folklore and its enthusiasts......Yes, I am the author and therefor am biased as to the value of this report.
—Marc G. Millis, Video Footage Of Antigravity ?
It doesnt actually make the scientist in me drool with anticipation when the effects cannot be reproduced on demand and I seriously doubt any of these effects where used on 9/11.
Interestingly one of the effects is; fusion of dissimilar materials such as metal and wood, while lacking any displacement. where exactly did this occur on 9/11? another; the anomalous heating of metals without burning adjacent material.
Interesting though this science, it is at best haphazard. It simply doesnt pass the test for "evidence"
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