John Hutchison on the Hutchison Effect

September 21, 2012| Hutchison Effect|1 Minutes|By AAG

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 on reels of Super-8 film in the early 80’s, and later by television crews from around the world. Numerous theories abound as to why it may happen, but the best person to ask about the effect is the person who discovered it, John Hutchison.

In this exclusive interview he gives us rare insights into some of the more remarkable aspects of the Hutchison Effect, as well as details on his experimental apparatus and the kind of tinkering it makes to make this ethereal physics anomaly appear. The Hutchison Effect is nearly random, and despite a number of replication efforts, nobody’s made it manifest like Hutchison himself.

It’s been called “The Poltergeist Machine”, but whatever the true cause, only Hutchison himself has the knowledge on this mysterious effect to talk meaningfully about how and possibly why it happens. We join this legendary Canadian inventor to discuss his pioneering work in Antigravity, anomalous & alt-science research, and possible connections between the H-Effect phenomenon and the Philadelphia Experiment.