Diagrams info on Hutchison effect
Date: Sunday, March 21, 2004 @ 16:19:20 GMT
John Hutchison writes: OK folks, here are some of the long awaited diagrams of the Hutchison effect machines; some main components and plasma cannon with articles, diagrams, values of components... Cheers, John
(see his forum at: http://www.johnhutchison.tv/cgi-bin/forum.cgi).
Below is Mark A. Solis' letter with some interesting comments:
Let me know if you haven't heard from John in the next few days. (He's usually busy.)
There is a writeup in ESJ (i.e., Electric Spacecraft Journal) available at
complete with a diagram of the Pharos lab. Or, maybe you can obtain a copy of the diagram by FAX directly from Charles Yost (the editor and publisher). You can E-mail him directly at
for more information.
As for the settings, that is mostly a matter of trial and error, although I do have a suggestion:
You might try using a mix of bombardment frequencies that relate in period to the half-lives of various unstable particles. It is my opinion of late that these particles are simply the "in transition" forms of the "Bergman Basic Four" particles, as discussed at
So, basically, for a given frequency f, then 1/t will correspond to the half-life of a given transitional particle. In turn, the "f" in question is either a source frequency, or a sum or difference frequency of the various frequencies (up to five) used.
You might be able to write a fairly simple computer program to find a combination of frequencies that will give you the most "hits" on periods corresponding to various particle half-lives for the given number of bombardment frequencies used.
Then again, you can "go for the obvious" and look at emission/absorbtion bands for various elements (i.e., work from the atomic level rather than the particle level), and do basically the same thing as in the previous paragraph. However, that is mostly in the visible/invisible light spectrum, rather than the microwave region. Even so, it won't hurt to take a look at the numbers and see if anything interesting pops up.
This should be enough information to get you started.
Something you might want to think about is whether it is possible to "phase-shift" a particle spin (i.e., the angular momentum), and consider the problem that way. This relates particulary to the merging together of solid objects, and might represent a way to achieve interdimensional travel (on the presumption that the various universes are separated by phase-shift in particle spins, and that the particles thus are either "in tune or out of tune" with a particular universe--- an idea which, as far as I know for sure, is original with me).
Be sure to write back if you need more info.
Good luck, and I hope you make an "A"!
Mark A. Solis
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