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John Hutchison - The Controversial Scientist from Vancouver
« on: December 26, 2011, 05:44:25 AM »

John Hutchison
John Hutchison
John Hutchison is a Canadian inventor who claims to have discovered the secrets of levitation, free energy and how to make certain metals vanish.

While attempting to recreate the experiments of engineer Nikola Tesla in the late 1970s, Hutchison claims to have discovered many new phenomena, primarily manifesting in metals. The effects of his experiments supposedly included metal objects floating to the ceiling, shattering, becoming warm, fusing with other objects and other interesting manifestations.

Hutchison claims to have invented batteries which are capable of creating free energy. This technological revolution, which has the potential to change the world around us is yet another example of Hutchison's extraordinary work going unappreciated.

Hutchison also runs a blog, Waiting on the Edge of Forever. This blog contains scans of documents which somehow help support his claims.

Privacy Sign
Privacy Sign
This self educated physicist has practically become one of the living symbols of new energy experimenting. Not without side effects. John has taken some precautions to guard his privacy, with some humorous wink in his intelligent eyes. Right under the CIA decorated door eye was a sign stating:

"- Attention - No Government Agents, Federal, Provincial or Municipal Agents of Canada are allowed on these Premises. Those in Violation are subject to prosecution. - - - Exempt news media, USA, Liechtenstein or other countries."

John Hutchison's life changed drastically in 1979 when, upon starting up an array of high-voltage equipment, he felt something hit his shoulder. He threw the piece of metal back to where it seemed to have originated, and it flew up and hit him again. This was how he originally discovered fundamental frequencies can shield gravity. When his Tesla coils, electrostatic generator, and other equipment created a complex electromagnetic field, heavy pieces of metal levitated and shot toward the ceiling, and some pieces shredded. Upon analysis and thorough investigation, the Canadian government dubbed this phenomenon the Hutchison-Effect.

What is the Hutchison effect? As with much of the new-energy field, no one can say for sure. Some theorists think the effect is the result of opposing electromagnetic fields cancelling each other out, creating a powerful flow of space energy. The Canadian government also reported invisible samples phasing in and out of existence.

The Hutchison Effect
The Hutchison Effect
Left above: Steel. Left below: Aluminum with coin marks and one coin inserted in the partially opened crack. Middle: completely cracked aluminum bar. Right above and below: Aluminum block partially cut open to show a piece of brown material cold melted in. John tells it is wood.

A Vancouver businessman, George Hathaway, heard about the Hutchison Effect in 1980, contacted Hutchison, and brought in a consulting engineer from Boeing Aerospace, and the Canadian government to form a company that would promote technology developed from the effect.

Many different political factors ensured Hutchison would not be allowed to continue in his research unless he signed agreements with either the Canadian government or the U.S. military. John refused. During one of John's overseas trips to Germany, the Canadian government seized the opportunity to acquire all of John's priceless replications of Nikola Tesla's equipment by paying off his "partner" George Liscazis upwards of 70 million dollars and creating a false PCB scandal so they could use the local press to justify their actions and hide the true nature of what the government was actually removing from John's Lab located at 13th and Kingsway, Vancouver B.C.

After many more years of experiments, demonstrations and lectures in other countries such as U.S.A. Germany and Japan, Hutchison returned to Vancouver in 1991. Piece by piece, he built out of surplus Navy equipment what now had become a landmark in New Westminster, British Colombia. John has built himself an apartment laboratory second to none. It took several years before he could reestablish his collection, however despite many obstacles, most political, John, until recently had his apartment lab equipped to perform for all types of media demonstrating the Hutchison Effect.

John's Famous Balcony
John's Famous Balcony
The Mayor of New Westminster forced him to cease in 2006, then in 2010 John was forcibly removed by order of the Mayor directing the fire marshal to remove him from his famous apartment lab on 5th Ave.

John and friends are still developing new ideas, and historically engineering suppressed and lost technologies for release and scrutiny by the general public.

John has remained independent regardless of multimillion dollar offers to conceal his findings from the general public. N.A.S.A. is among the agencies he has turned down, as well as both the superpowers offerings to privatize and or militarize his inventions. John believes in a world of free energy and the marvels of anti-gravity for the general public, not just those in positions of power.

Now that the government has destroyed his third laboratory, and again taken his home from him, where did John end up with his tiny fixed income and boxes of his broken dreams? A German research team gave him enough seed money to take his whole show on the road with his new wife Nancy.

As John travels the U.S.A. in his newly converted S.W.A.T. bus, he treats polluted waters of the gulf with the Hutchison Effect and researches different possible pollution solutions from his mobile command center. He also remains hopeful his inventions one day will ease the burden and suffering, and enrich all of mankind all around the world, rich or poor. In the end, the government didn't crush his spirit and destroy his dreams. They set him loose.

John roams the planet quite freely now with his wife and explores natures mysteries to this very day.

If you feel a desire to participate in John's adventure, you can follow him at one of the following links:
http://www.myspace.com/johnkhutchison
http://www.facebook.com/john.k.hutchison
http://twitter.com/#!/johnhutchison20
« Last Edit: December 26, 2011, 07:25:29 AM by Jay Sadie »
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