Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Mind Fuck Tuesday: "Hutchison Effect" MIND BLOWING!



This video--watch the whole freaking thing because it will blow your mind. I admit to a monster crush on Tesla, but it could be replaced by a man named Hutchison and something he created called the "Hutchison Effect."

16 comments:

  1. Tuesday. Check! Mindfucked. Check! Will somebody get this man a proper lab! I love the novelty that this guy seems to be breaking science in his garage, but I also fear if the camera pans to far right I will see a guy in a hockey mask.

    I love this stuff, great share!

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  2. Would be nice if he could isolate and replicate the effect properly.

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  3. Guy;
    There's still a lot of mystery about Hutchison. Many say that the govt keeps breaking up his labs when he sets them up, others say he has disturbed neighbors with his experiments. I suspect that he's probably permanently damaged his own health. This is Tesla without a sponsor, basically.

    Sucio;
    I'm not sure I understand why he has no sponsor.WTF?

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  4. Tesla is always number 1 for me.

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  5. Les;
    Truly! A brilliant mind that needed good sponsorship also.

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  6. I think that the man is a fraud. I'd love to see mythbusters jump on this one.

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  7. Barry;
    There's been a lot of talk that he's a fraud. I am suspicious whenever someone says that they filmed their own experiment (red flag). I would like to see an objective source film his experiments. I do admit that the look of the way items move reminds me much of the times growing up that I saw objects move on their own which makes me wonder if there has to be just the right conditions geologically and geomagnetically for such things to occur--they move as if coaxed by magnets.

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  8. I'm afraid I have my suspicions too, especially with talk of "Zero Point Energy". What it seemed like to me was the plate upon which those objects were resting was vibrating, which made them slide around on it's slick surface. You saw this most noticably in the necklace. Moreover, I don't buy into conspiracies. People can kum bay ya all day long about peace, love, and free energy, but the reality is that whomever funds his research will find a way to patent, market, and profit from this "free" energy. To wit, the more likely outcome isn't a conspiracy to shut him down, but rather one to take this idea and profit from it. Since this video, based upon production, decor, objects, voiceover, etc... seems to place it sometime in the early to mid 1990s, I doubt very much this guy's ideas panned out.

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  9. Here's a bit more: http://www.skepdic.com/hutchisonhoax.html

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  10. Cullan;
    Good observations. I found out about Hutchison back in the 90s and put him in the back of my mind until recently when I was doing some research for my spirit vessels book. One thing that bothered me most about him is the Canadian cult thing following him that the govt kept breaking up his labs because they were dangerous and he had to keep moving and hiding himself away. That seems highly unlikely if he had something to offer that the govt would want, but then look what happened with Tesla and the govt and his concepts. So, it also is feasible he's underground, but it seems his experiment would not be hard to replicate for some smart shop owner who has no issues with EMF off the charts.

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  11. Fascinating footage. This explains poltergeist.

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  12. Echo;
    I know there is question about this man's experiments, but there are aspects of it that make utter sense from the point of view of someone researching common features in haunted places. When this comes together, it might explain random burst, perhaps provoked by the earth's magnetic field, that in places of the right geology and construction can be ideal sites for poltergeist-like activity. There is a place here in the Valley of the Sun, a town called Mesa. I have gotten more poltergeist reports from that area than anywhere in the state. I often attributed it to the fact that it sits atop the major HoHoKam's (ancient indian tribe that went extinct)canal system. Just the right conditions in ancient construction, people who were much more aware of earth's energies, that create a wonderful sort of spiritual flint that can be sparked.

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  13. I'm gonna echo the mythbusters request on this dude. Awesome in theory, but I would love to see it in practice on a larger scale...

    Something about a dude who makes tinfoil space-trolls... and then makes them levitate... seems a bit odd. He IS Canadian... maybe that's why??

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  14. guys that work with electrical energy always have the coolest hair

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  15. Hahaha Maybe that's why my hair is curly? I have an electrifying personality

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