Tag Archives: Hutchison-Effect

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Col. John Alexander on Non-Lethal Weapons

Retired Colonel John Alexander joins us to talk about non-lethal weapons, UFO’s, the Hutchison-Effect, and the future of Nanotechnology. Alexander was a career CIA technology expert, the author of numerous books on the future of technology in warfare, and played a…

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John Hutchison & Ted Gagnon on Quantum Envelopes

This conference interview including both John Hutchison & Ted Gagnon focuses on explaining the Hutchison Effect through Gagnon’s mastery of “Quantum Potential Envelopes”. The dialogue revolves around how resonant-frequency waveforms could offer a means of control for the otherwise random…

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John Hutchison

I’ve known John Hutchison for close to a decade now, and I know him well: I’ve visited his lab in New Westminster several times and spent many hours there. I’ve spent countless hours talking with him on the phone, and…

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The Nazi Bell

Although first described in Igor Witkowski’s “The Truth About The Wunderwaffe”, the Nazi Bell didn’t gain notoriety until Nick Cook’s “The Hunt for Zero Point”, and ever since speculation about the Nazi Bell has run wild. Witkowski himself believes that…

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John Hutchison on the Hutchison Effect

Spontaneously melting metals. Objects flying around haphazardly. Strange glows manifesting in the air, and suddenly disappearing. The Hutchison Effect is one of the strangest and most well-documented physics anomalies ever discovered. It’s been filmed dozens of times – at first…

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