Sorry, The Hutchinson effect is not real.
The guy behind the Hutchinson effect has been faking experiments and using special effects and trick camera shots to create his amazing effects. The guy only wants attention. One of the ways he gets attention is by using every psudo-scientific topic out there to draw attention to his trickery. He uses UFO’s, government cover ups, Nikola Tesla, free energy, and anti-gravity as buzz words to associate with his fake research to draw attention. To make things levitate he hangs them from thin wire. You can see the wire in his films. He also makes things “levitate” by turning the camera upside-down so that things appear to fall up. He also melts or presses things together and claims they fused through some strange process. Nothing but trickery.
on: 4th February 09