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VEGA - Pillow
A repeatable Hutchison-like effect?
Has Henk Jurrien achieved a repeatable Hutchison-Like effect in his VEGA reactor?
Can we now explain it?
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Fig. 1. shows EVO effects in Ken Shoulders’ 1999 experiment on thin Al foil (L) and Henk Jurrien’s 2022 VEGA Pillow on ‘made thin’ brass. Ken established this is the kind of mark left on the backside of a strike mark.
In Fig. 2. We can see EVO strike marks on backside of Nickel foil from Matsumoto in 1993 (L) and a similar one observed on the Al reactor chamber in Super NOVA microwave resonant plasma experiment (R).
Fig. 3. Is a colour image of the EVO strike mark shown above (R) in Fig. 2. We see that there is are geometrical shaped zones that are affected differently.
Fig. 4. Shows another EVO strike mark from VEGA Pillow 01 experiment, which like the Super NOVA ‘EVO 01’ in Fig. 3., has differently affected geometrical areas around the central point.
VEGA - Pillow 01 - 3D section representation
VEGA - Pillow 01 - Dino-Lite Edge microscope session
VEGA - Pillow 02 - Dino-Lite Edge microscope session
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