Hutchison Effect - No Coincidence

Why can one man easily see what others could not for over 345 years?

Live stream 21:30 CET 29 April 2021

The MFMP Hutchison samples continue to show that what John was doing, was creating the technological equivalent of natural ball lightning which appears to be a coherent matter phenomena with extraordinary capabilities. We shall discuss an apparently unique observation of his based on a discovery made over 345 years ago, in context with the work of Takaaki Matsumoto and other work from the 1950s to those that think they are on the edge of the same discovery in the present day.

The slides can be downloaded from here. A 4k slides and animation video, without audio, can be viewed here.

Very specific structures found at different scales on different MFMP Hutchison Effect samples

The 400um feature on the left was observed on the MFMP’s 1986 ‘Ball Burn’ stainless steel sample by way of Nurugo lens on a Samsung S7 and published on 7th Mar 2018. Other images of sample were published on 21 Dec 2017 and 13 Jan 2018. The 1988 sample in an aluminium block on the right is two orders of magnitude larger by comparison (see below). Both structures have a tail of similar shape and an identically distorted hexagonal boundary.
In this photo taken by MFMP volunteer Bob Higgins, one can see the cm scale paper in the background reveals this sample to be over 4 cm across, or 100 times larger than the same shaped structure in the ‘Ball Burn’ sample.

The above evidence comes from two separate experiments using two very different samples:

  • The 1986 ‘Ball Burn’ sample is stainless steel, containing multiple elements (Fe, Cr, Ni) with multiple isotopes for each

  • the 1998 sample is aluminium, containing only one isotope (27Al)

In this evidence, we see the exact same structure disrupting both metal samples and transmuting them. Typically the synthesis of a lot of carbon is observed, further study is needed to confirm the spatial elemental map of the smaller structure.

It is concluded that this can only be due to a common coherent matter structure forming in the Hutchison effect exposed samples and acting on it, it cannot have been faked as it would be inconceivable for John Hutchison to have micro machined such a fine structure with vortical features containing spheres and other structures of transmuted elements on the 400 micron wide ‘Ball Burn’ sample feature.

This observation is no coincidence.

Here are the products claimed to be observed in Cardone papers

Li7, 9Be, 47Ti, 51V, 59Co, 58Ni, 69Ga, 71Ga, ?Ge, 79Br, ?Rb, 82Se, 89Y, 95Mo, 98Mo, 102Pd, 110Pd, 109Ag, 111Cd, 113In, 121Sb, 124Sn, 123Sb, 138Ce, 140Ce, 151Eu, 152Gd, 158Gd, 174Yb, 175Lu, 176Lu, 177Hf, 185Re, 190Pt, 195Pt, 196Pt, 197Au232Th, 238U

Al, used in the sonotrode may be important here since it could form an amalgam with Hg, making it easier to interact the two elements, using Al and Hg as inputs without cold neutrino interactions, using the following query:

E1 in ('Al') and E2 in ('Hg' ) order by MeV desc

we get from the MFMP reaction tables on the first pass. (Note that many precious metals are predicted to be synthesised and claimed to be experimentally observed.)

Over 10% of the Hg isotopes are most likely to produce Y and Xe and Y was observed in more that one experiment. Other elements could be synthesised in a cascade reaction

If most of the transmutation occurs at the tip of the sonotrode and the Al.Hg amalgam is not a critical factor, then how about sonicating molten Bismuth with an Aluminium horn?

Far fewer elements are synthesised on first pass, but the ones that are include Os and Pt, both highly valuable. Unfortunately Tl is possible and highly toxic and Pb and Hg are toxic also - though all of these are potentially more unlikely outcomes.

And if the sonotrode caused fission of Bi, we would see the multiply replicated production of platinum and 11B by Baranov and Zatelipin and other Russian researchers in bullet impact of Bismuth studies as discussed in the ‘SHOCKWAVE’ video.

Only two possible outcomes from the fission reaction, but the one that produces Platinum is more likely and has been observed repeatedly in impact studies.

The great thing about the precious metals that appear to be synthesised, is they are generally very high temperature and so could be separated with heating. With potentially Hg, Tl and Pb in the mix, all proper precautions should be used.