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I read that Hutchinson has trouble getting his experiments replicated/verified by other people, the closest thing to energy generation, seem to be his video selling scheme....
This however does not mean that other, more tangible results have not been achieved and immediately classified as would befit the clandestine nature of the military/industrial complex. Hutchison contacted both the US Army and the Canadian Government to have them evaluate his discovery and they responded by sending a team from the LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratory) based in Albuquerque in New Mexico. The team arrived, made videotapes, took measurements and readings then left, and when Hutchison later attempted to obtain copy of the report under the US Freedom of Information Act, he was told by the US Army that the information was classified and the Canadian Government informed him it was Not in the interests of national security. This leads one to speculate that perhaps official attempts to replicate and reproduce at will what occurred to the USS Eldridge were not a complete success and perhaps Hutchison had inadvertently stumbled on one of the keys to unlocking the mystery of deliberate and controlled teleportation. In fact it later emerged during a lengthy correspondence, once again under the US FOIA, relating to Hutchisons claims between me and the US Army Intelligence Dept at Ft. Meade in Maryland USA, that they had unaccountably lost the report, as indeed had the LANL. It also transpired that unknown to Hutchison an electrical engineer named George Hathaway who had assisted him over a considerable period was indirectly working for and paid by, US Army intelligence. This news took Hutchison completely by surprise because he had trusted Hathaway implicitly. My enquiries also revealed that another friend of Hutchisons, John Anderson, who, at the time was supposedly assisting him through the jungle of red tape encountered in dealing with governmental departments was eventually exposed as a serving US army intelligence officer.
Originally posted by Countermeasures
Those look like drops of lead in a can of solder or other metal with low melting point, if I break a chocolate candybar in two pieces, are the nuts inside prove of transmutation ?
Since nobody actually have been able to replicate the hypothised Hutchinson-effect, for the time being, the answer to the original question would be:
NO, the hutchinson effect could not be used as a fossil fuel.
[edit on 9-3-2005 by Countermeasures]