Defying Gravity

Submitted by: buddy 11 years ago Science
http://www.americanantigravity.com/articles/112/1/Hutchison-Effect-Video

Is this Hutchinson Effect thing for real?
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Male 1,725
that was


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different

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Male 579
it`s easier than mental levitation
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Male 579
It is true! it`s the technique I use to feed the pet dragon that lives in teh ceiling.
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Male 641
Also, Akajune I used the crumpling up of the bottle to disprove the whole video being played backwards explanation that a couple of people posted earlier and your right theres nothing spectacular about it.
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Male 641
Heh, this really isn`t arguable its already been proven true... the only thing that is false about it is peoplw interpreting it as "pk" and "tk" related, this video has been approved, accepted, and the experiment has been replicated.
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Male 194
http://www.americanantigravity.com/hutch... official site btw, the one from the page that leads to a dead link
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Male 194
haha aphecks just proved all you people who didnt believe it and thought u were all being smart WRONG. smoothe
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Male 47
Why are they all dressed up like they`re about to go out to a 70`s theme night?
The stuff all seems to fly up from one end as if pulled? and the camera does seem to be very restricted in what it can show
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Male 979
i dunnooooo
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Male 149
The container collapsing on itself could have been easily done by placing the container in a pressurized environment.
The high pressure would simply crush the bottle. Nothing spectacular there.
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Male 2,720
No freaking way. I`d bet my baby`s right arm that ain`t real.
But it`s a funny vid, so good for them.
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Male 167
The "official" site is a dead link.....hmmmm
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Male 197
Perhaps if the film quality was better and wasn`t set to music featured in The Matrix I`d believe it
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Male 446
This has to be fake. Where`s the ball of water just floating in air like you see in the space shuttle missions? That would be amazing.
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Male 1,521
Fake! and even bad done! Boring!
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Male 641
Um.. I apologize for that ^^ I have no idea how that happened ;-/
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Male 641
Eh, that video is real and hutchison really hasn`t been discredited... more like some of the people who have tried to interpret his experiment as "PK" have been discredited. He achieved the so-called "anti-gravity" through somewhat magnetic means... I mean he used tesla coils and a whole bunch of other stuff in that experiment and an insane amount of power (like 400,000 volts or something). As for the non metal things theres something called diamagnetism and its pretty much the only magnetism that appears in non-metal things but its pretty weak. Anyways the experiment is real but its not anti-gravity, what huge as.s external electrical field, and if you think that the video is just played backwards how would you explain that container crumpling up or the cannonball levitating?
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Male 641
It`s not really one thing its a bunch of phenomena happening all at once.
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Male 672
I don`t really care about whether or not it`s real, but what is the Hutchinson effect? I`ve never heard of it.
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Male 641
Eh, that video is real and hutchison really hasn`t been discredited... more like some of the people who have tried to interpret his experiment as "PK" have been discredited. He achieved the so-called "anti-gravity" through somewhat magnetic means... I mean he used tesla coils and a whole bunch of other stuff in that experiment and an insane amount of power (like 400,000 volts or something). As for the non metal things theres something called diamagnetism and its pretty much the only magnetism that appears in non-metal things but its pretty weak. Anyways the experiment is real but its not anti-gravity, what huge as.s external electrical field, and if you think that the video is just played backwards how would you explain that container crumpling up or the cannonball levitating?
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Male 851
nope
it`s real everyone
telekinesis
just accept it
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Male 329
thanks, thecranberry, you just made my day:-)
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Male 345
wrong hottie! its just falling stuff played backwards....
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Female 42
Yeah, it`s fake... Magnets were used to do this.
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Male 623
lol thatd be AWESOME if u turned it into a suit and then u like float around everywhere
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Male 581
ill beleive it if i see it
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Male 371
it could easily be done with magnets or static which is prolly what they did
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Male 667
You`re levitating random objects off of a plank of particle board that`s resting on a couple of laundry buckets??? I want to see one of the "scientists" walk an object across the room, set it down in the test area, and then levitate it. Also, the camera needs to follow these objects into the air as they do their thing.

Besides, if this technology were real, the government would have annexed these guys and destroyed all documented evidence, and develop the technology for themselves.

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Male 730
guapodude is right. its just an object falling, played backwards. what clued me into that was the metal dish rotating all weird. when you drop somthing like that, is spins. i know this because i do it in my kitchen cause i like the sound it makes. its all, "whiro, whiro, whiro!" sweet, right?
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Male 608
Aye, Capitan, Im giving her all she can take!
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Male 48
If that was really anti-grav, then the objects wouldn`t automatically float upwards. There would have to be a force that lifts it. I bet it`s a fake
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Female 304
l00ks fake to me
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Female 66
Hey, you spelled it wrong! Hutchison is my maiden name. I hated when people mis-spelled or mis-pronounced it! NO "N"!
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Male 528
wtf damn thing tried to play with winamp. who plays videos with winamp?
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Male 329
its an object falling in a film played backwards.
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Male 119
Its Real, Hes Using Radioactive Static, Notice How The Things Jump, Then Stay Etc. Thats Static!
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Female 1,062
I`d believe it if the video quality was better. And if it is real, think of how dangerous that could be if it got into the wrong hands.
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Male 407
That didn`t look scientific at all. It looked half way between a music video from the 90`s and a toilet full of poo.
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Male 1,586
Hoax.
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Male 4
Notice the camera never pans up to follow the objects as they "defy gravity." I`m no physicist, but I am a filmmaker and that is some pretty shoddy camerawork if you`re trying to prove you`ve invented anti-gravity.
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Male 403
he prolly has big nipples too
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Male 142
So all I have to do is convert that into some kind of hand held gun and I can take over the world... it`s all fitting into place.

Also, how cool did that guy look with his big hair and pipe?

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Male 396
no ive seen it live, its totally, 100% real. also, i have a 12 inch kak.
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Male 664
I dunno... I`m always quite dubious about this sort of thing.
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Male 792
Hutchinson has been discredited by numerous real physicists...yet, somehow his "antigravity" still lives on.
I was watching a documentary on something (forget what it was), but they brought him on as an "expert in physics" and I immediately flipped the channel.
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Male 210
The water never rosed, the bottle did. The plastic mgiht have had a peice of metal under it, for all I know. Looks fraud-ie.
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Male 167
as "advanced" as these experiments are supposed to be, why are the cameras used to document them so crappy?
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Male 200
I`ve seen this before, it`s just a hoax.
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Male 46
Magnetics? You cant use magnetics on water and plastic among other things :P Least as far as i know
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Female 15,763
is it real? im confused... o_O
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Male 210
..Magnetics? @@;
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Male 10,115
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