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John Hutchison: Ufos, ET's And IBM

  • Ghost32
  • uploaded: Mar 29, 2011
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  • Opalserpent#

    Opalserpent May 21, 2011 5:57:42 AM CEST

    I like this dude, I'd have a spliff with him anyday.

  • Nepenthic#

    Nepenthic March 31, 2011 10:27:33 PM CEST

    Hey truthseeker fuck you buddy! I don't see this man poking fun of your mental fortitude and I have a pretty good hunch your no Einstein. So lay off at least this guy has tried to do more for society then most people in his situation. He's a good man and there's no need to call him a quack. For you're information I'm in the process of recreating his "poorly created volcanic pile" and I already have plans to expand on his theory of producing power with the cashmere effect which has absolutely nothing to do with opposing forces of a battery. Keep trying dis info agent why don't you go post on ATS forums your completely welcome to troll over there.

  • Hayden#

    Hayden March 30, 2011 3:46:13 PM CEST

    I think thats a little harsh,some of the effects,though admittedly random,are quite astounding. Have you seen the clip where an ingot of aluminium becomes embeded in a piece of wood? Main stream science dismisses most of what we discuss here at DTV, so I dont have a problem with him being a quack as you put it. John admitts he does'nt understand how his equipment causes the effects it does.Look what mainstream science did to Tesla's ideas or the cold fussion fiasco recently,practical applications might be found for Johns work if he received funding. I understand he's agrophobic and relies on state benefit to fund his research.Peace.

  • X-mog#

    X-mog March 30, 2011 12:09:04 AM CEST

    People this man is a quack. He can't produce anything except a poorly made voltaic pile, which educated folks know is hundred's of years old maybe older (if you consider the Baghdad battery). Don't be mad at me. It is an urgent matter. We NEED to smarten up. We need advances in technology that are all solid state and don't require an input of electricity that have practical applications in the common person's day to day routine. I wan't to help bring new ideas to the table.

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