The Particle - The wrong turn that led physics to a dead end

Engineer Xavier Borg - Blaze Labs

Hutchison Effect
Melting solids into liquids without heat

We know that the state of matter can be changed from one to the other of the four states in the order: Solid - Liquid - Gas - Plasma, by means of increasing or decreasing external energy supplied to the structure. The most common example is water, which when heated changes from liquid to gas and when cooled changes into a solid block of ice. But heating and cooling are just the most inefficient ways to change the state of matter. The state of matter shift occurring with the change of temperature, seems to be only a by-product of the heating, which means that only a part of the energy accumulated in the system is used on weakening the molecular bonds, the most of it going to Brownian kinetic energy in atoms and molecules as large bodies. Therefore, finding the resonance frequency (or harmonics) of the molecular bonds would be indeed a much more efficient way of changing the state of matter.

The Hutchison Effect is a collection of phenomena which were discovered accidentally by John Hutchison during attempts to study the longitudinal waves of Tesla back in 1979. The Hutchison Effect occurs as the result of radio wave interferences in a 3 dimensional zone space volume radiated by two or more high voltage sources, usually a Van de Graff generator, and two or more Tesla coils. The results are levitation of heavy objects, fusion of dissimilar materials such as metal and wood (as shown in the upper right corner of the photo), the anomalous melting (without heating) of metals without burning adjacent material, spontaneous fracturing of metals (which separate by sliding in a sideways fashion), and both temporary and permanent changes in the crystalline structure and physical properties of metals as shown above. The fusion of dissimilar materials, which is exceedingly remarkable, indicates clearly that the Hutchison Effect has a powerful influence on intermolecular forces. Dissimilar substances such as steel and copper or wood can simply "come together," yet the individual substances do not dissociate. A block of wood can simply "sink into" a metal bar, yet neither the metal bar nor the block of wood come apart or carbonise. On the lower left corner of the photo, you may see the imprint left over by coins which were sitting on top of the steel bar during the effect.

The anomalous melting of metal without any evidence of heating, burning or scorching of the adjacent materials (usually wood) can be easily explained if one considers the external high voltage intermediate frequency source to be resonant with the molecular structure of the metal. In such a case, resonance will efficiently use up the external energy to change the metal structure, to the next higher energy level structure which is the liquid state. Thus the metal structure will take over liquid properties, and any foreign solid material, such as wood or different metal, will 'sink' into it. Once the oscillation is switched off, the foreign material will be permanently trapped within the solid structure. The radio wave interferences involved in producing these effects are produced from at least two radio sources, with the correct frequency difference, both operating at low power. However, the zone in which the interferences take place is stressed by hundreds of kilovolts oscillating at the intermediate resonant frequency.

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