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Konstantin Meyl on Scalar Waves

Dr. Konstantin Meyl describes his attendance of the joint TeslaTech/NPA event and presentations that he’s delivering at both events on his work in scalar electromagnetic field interactions. Meyl is well known for his research into scalar wave theory, and describes…

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The Hutchison Effect: Technical Interview with John Hutchison

How does the Hutchison Effect work? Gary Stephenson explores the equipment & technologies used by John in creating the Hutchison Effect during this in-depth technical interview at John’s lab in New Westminster, BC. Gary Stephenson is an aerospace engineer with…

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Stan Deyo’s Antigravity Blueprints

Stan Deyo describes spin and antigravity effects in detail, and provides a thorough construction plan for how to build a coil apparatus to generate antigravity effects based on his past experience with secret government black projects. “Space/time can be altered…

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The Hutchison Effect: A Powerful New Effect

A powerful new demonstration of the Hutchison Effect is captured on film by Harold Berndt during filming in 2006, in which a 1-ton rack of equipment is visibly moved by an unseen force, remaining upright only because John has bolted…

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Paul Czysz on Hypersonic Aircraft and NASP

Professor Paul Czysz joins us to discuss the Mach-6 Aurora spyplane, and provides insight into a new and previously undisclosed hypersonic aircraft developed as a consequence of the National Aerospace Plane (NASP). Czysz served as the chief-scientist on the NASP…

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The Hutchison Effect: George Hathaway on Metal Jellification

Dr. George Hathaway demonstrates how the Hutchison Effect alters the properties of various materials and induces jellification in metals in this 1980’s footage taken from a VHS overview of the Hutchison Effect by Hathaway. As John Hutchison’s lab-partner in early…

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Traffic, Urban Sprawl, and Antigravity

Originally entitled “Road Rage”, this article was written while I lived in Seattle, during a period of time when I was commuting daily across the crowded 520 bridge. The 15-mile drive to work sometimes took as long as 2 hours…

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The Hutchison Effect: John Hutchison on Metal Jellification

In this 1980’s television appearance, John Hutchison describes how aluminum, brass, steel, and other metals become like jelly at room temperature, twist themselves into a variety of shapes, and combine with other substances like plastic and wood as a result…

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Ralph Merkle on Space Cryonics

Dr. Ralph Merkle joins us to discuss recent advances in cryonics & nanotechnology, and how they may facilitate a next-generation “sleeper-ship” to transport frozen explorers across the cosmos. Merkle is a Professor at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, a director…

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Marshall Barnes on the Philadelphia Experiment

The Philadelphia Experiment has been one of the most enduring legends of the 20th century, but after a decade of intense research, Marshall Barnes may have finally solved the puzzle. After a decade of research into the experiment, he offers…

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