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Charges of fakery
A "levitating" toy UFO. A line, said by critics to be string supporting the model, can be seen moving with the UFO at the top left of the screen.
One set of videos posted to an antigravity website (and later taken down) shows closeups of a toy UFO bouncing around, and then shots of the toy gyrating wildly in the air. When it was pointed out that the movement of the toy was consistent with being supported by a string, and a moving wire or string could be seen in the video, Hutchison claimed it was a power supply:
The string is not string but #32-gauge double polythermalized wire on a takeup up reel with 20 to 50000 volts DC. The main apparatus was turned on, causing the toy plastic ufo to fly all about in amazing gyrations. This was a pretest to Gryphon Productions airing this fall for fox TV. I did not need the extra high voltage 2000 time period so the toy levitated without a high voltage hook up during the filming for Gryphon there was a string on the toy no high-voltage dc but interesting movements.
—John Hutchison , quoted at the American Antigravity website
Hutchison later admitted to being "creative" with the footage, citing pressure from the Discovery Channel to create material for the show and an inability to legally reproduce the original effect, according to Tim Ventura of American Antigravity.
Image of ice cream "levitating" from a cup, from a documentary investigating the effect.
In 2005, Hutchison admitted that he hadn't actually reproduced his effect since approximately 1991, though he says the earlier levitation footage from the 1980s is genuine. These videos show objects suddenly flying upwards and never coming back down, and are consistent with objects falling from an upside-down stage filmed with an upside-down video camera.
Hutchison later rejected charges of fakery, and maintains that his "effect" has been demonstrated many times in the presence of scientists and, he says, members of the US Army Intelligence and Security Command.
In March 2006, Hutchison states that he managed to reproduce the effect in his Ash St., New Westminster apartment for National Geographic, as well as for author Harold Berndt, whose film of the event can be found on the American Antigravity website.
In a posting to the sci.physics.research newsgroup, Marc Millis, who ran the now-defunct Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program for NASA, wrote:
This "Hutchison Effect" has been claimed for years, without any independent verification — ever. In fact, its originator can't even replicate it on demand. This has been investigated more than once, been part of documentaries on The Discovery Channel, but still never seems to pass critical muster. This is in the category of folklore. In general, the "American Antigravity" web site caters to such folklore and its enthusiasts.
—Marc G. Millis , Video Footage Of Antigravity ?
Originally posted by seattletruth
reply to post by Kandinsky
....They knew the principles of matter, and we able to create the pyramids without resorting to technology that we would need to day (which would still barely be possible, with our best equipment and oil, factories, etc).
Second of all, I didn't say that they were necessarily using "sound" to levitate the blocks. They were using frequency. Energy frequency. And you obviously don't understand the principles behind the physics, if you say it's impossible. Did you not see that 70lb ball float in Hutchinsons' video?
Think of it this way. Every atom or molecule is literally vibrating. Therefor it has a natural frequency. If you transmit energy into that molecule, at certain frequencies it cause the molecules to rearrange (not the molecule itself, but the orientation of the molecules in the block of stone or whatever). Because the molecules have a positive and negative side, if they arrange in the exact right way, it will create a magnetic force that is able to overpower the forces of gravity.
It's not breaking the laws of physics, just bending them. It's turning that object into a giant magnet that repels the magnetism of the earth.
Does a maglev train break the laws of physics? No. It just uses the laws of magnetism to make the train levitate.
The same thing goes for harmonic levitation. It's using the frequency of matter to create a massive di-pole magnet, that's all.
Also, the bigger the stone that's used, the bigger the di-pole thats created.. Meaning that it's a technology of scale. Therefore it would actually be EASIER for them to use larger stones than smaller stones, because a large stone will just take more power, but will create a larger magnet.
In actuality this explains why they used as BIG OF STONES AS POSSIBLE.
It just meant that they had to move less stones, do less cutting, etc.
There's really no other way to explain it.
The HeartMath Institute has shown a regulated heart rate to be crucial to the formation of a coherent electromagnetic field of the heart, and to allow intentional relaxation of the DNA helix that is associated with positive emotions. The direct correlation between the stimulated beat frequencies of the granite box and a healthy infant heartbeat suggest the chambers’ design purpose. As the effect is caused by the interactions of the slightly offset resonant frequencies of the upper chamber (121 hz) and the granite box (117 hz), the dimensions of both have most likely been calibrated to the heartbeat of a healthy newborn. The low human voice creates a resonance in the upper chamber that entrains a healthy biorhythm in a newborn infant. The granite box may have been a natal bath, the water’s surface rippling in beautiful cymatic wave patterns to be broken by the first breath of the newborn. The damaged corner of the granite box denies its ability to hold liquids suggesting a purposeful destruction, as is the case with the other granite boxes discovered.
Acoustical engineer J. Reid carried out acoustic experiments revealing the resonant frequency of the upper chamber to be 121 hz. Resonance in the upper chamber’s granite box (erroneously dubbed the "sarcophagus") was found at 117 hz. The interaction of these slightly offset resonant frequencies was most strongly felt while inside the granite box, creating a resounding beat frequency that closely matches the human heartbeat.
Originally posted by MrMartay
Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by seattletruth
S & F
I'm still waiting however for a plausible explanation of the square holes on either side of the grand gallery. Do you think it could have been part of some sort of pump mechanism?
The square holes were there to hold banks of resonators that greatly increased the frequency needed to cause the generation of hydrogen.
See this:- www.gizapower.com...
mr bob says:OH COME ON!! what the hell? you can claim they were for anything. lets not make crazy stuff up/scource mindless crazy ideas website, with no proof.
Take the simple ideas first, they are usually right.
i personall think thay may have been holding large peices of cut timber, to help hold up the roof. maybe during construction. or art of the design and then were later looted for fire wood.
OR ther could have been a large wooden/stone gear that would roll along it, the teeth fitting into the holes. maybe as a booby trap/ door.
(edit, cant get rid of the dam quote, no /endquote or whatever)
[edit on 10-1-2010 by MR BOB]
Organisms levitate in a 32mm vertical bore of a Bitter solenoid in a magnetic field of about 16 Tesla at the Nijmegen High Field Magnet Laboratory. BASICALLY: Dutch Scientists learned to levitate living objects by increasing the amount of magnetic force. Since every organism has atoms that have a tiny magnetic field, they used magnets that are 100-1,000 times greater than ordinary magnets, to repel the atoms' small magnetic fields. There is MUCH more information at www.hfml.ru.nl...