I'm sure most of you have heard of the "Hutchinson Effect" for those that havn't here is a link to fill you in
hinson Has there been any attempt to debunk this? Nothing is not scientifically proven untill it can be repeated, and this effect only works
"some of the time." The possible implications of the Hutchinson Effect would be incredible and could lead to everything from faster than light
travel to anti gravity devices. If this area had any scientific backing I assume it would be more vigoriously researched. Is the Hutchinson theory
just a simple parlor trick, or a latent scientific breakthrough?
I saw a video of it on the History Channel awhile ago.It showed objects literally levitate up towards the ceiling.Don't remember exactly what the
objects were but i think one was a bowling ball,a spoon,and some kind of gel or grease.Some scientists tried to replicate it but they said they
couldn't.They said he'd stumbled upon it by accident and would need lots of further study.
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