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Originally posted by billy197300
reply to post by tigertatzen
One thing you might consider with your missing food is sleep walking. I saw a show the other day about people that sleepwalk and eat not knowing they ever did it. I have never had food disappear but I think I have a remote monster living in my attic or something. The other day I wanted to watch TV and my remote wasn't were I keep it. Over the last 3 days I have literally torn my house apart......it isn't here.....anywhere. This is the third remote I have gone through in the last year.
by Erin M. Ritz Created on: May 05, 2012 Last Updated: May 06, 2012 Have you ever witnessed objects moving on their own? Maybe these objects were levitating in your home, or being thrown across a room. Either way, many people would first assume that it is the work of an angry ghost, otherwise known as a poltergeist. But what if there was a natural explanation for these phenomena? According to John Hutchison, an experimental scientist living in Canada, there is a natural explanation for levitating objects. What is usually thought of as poltergeist activity could actually be the result of the “Hutchison Effect.” The Hutchison Effect was discovered while John Hutchison was attempting to replicate the research of Nikola Tesla in his apartment in 1979. He was using several types of high-voltage equipment for his experiment. At one point, he felt something tap his shoulder. It appeared to be a piece of metal, so Hutchison picked it up and threw it back. The metal rose into the air again, and flung itself back at the investigator. This was how the Hutchison Effect was discovered: Hutchison believed that the phenomenon was caused by fundamental frequencies, which shielded gravity. There are several theories as to why this occurred, such as opposing electromagnetic fields. The opposite fields cancel each other out and create a powerful flow of space energy. Scientific investigation into the paranormal has resulted in the theory that high electromagnetic fields foster spirit activity. Therefore, this might be the spot where people can link the Hutchison Effect to the paranormal sciences, specifically poltergeist activity. During his experiments and subsequent retrials, Hutchison observed a series of effects. He listed them in a later affidavit to the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, which is posted to his “semi-official” website. The effects include: levitation of heavy objects; spontaneous fracturing of metal objects; structural changes and changes to the physical properties of metals; fusion of materials that are not at all similar, such as wood to metal; abnormal heating of metal objects while adjacent material is not being burned; and disappearance of his metal samples. Some of these results are exactly the kind of phenomena usually attributed to poltergeists. Objects rising into the air and moving across a room, as experienced during his 1979 experiment, might not be related to spirits at all. The electromagnetic energy is the room could be causing a zero-gravity type atmosphere where the object responds by lifting upwards. It appears weightless in that space, rather than being raised by invisible hands. It may be helpful to paranormal investigators to try to replicate some of these experiments in homes or buildings that report activity. If they find evidence of high electromagnetic fields near low magnetic fields, and can replicate the effects of the experiment using things found in the home, causing an object to levitate – they may very well have the answer. Organizations such as TAPS find the answers to paranormal activity by looking at wiring in peoples’ basements or the plumbing in their homes on a regular basis, so maybe the same can be done for poltergeist activity with the help of experimental science.