John Hutchison Technical Interview
www.americanantigravity.com – Part 3 in a multipart interview series with John Hutchison explores the Hutchison Effect and John Hutchison’s lab. Gary Stephenson joins us with analysis of tools, equipment, and technologies used by Hutchison, and John shows us further innovations in his lab. Gary Stephenson is a Boeing engineer with aerospace and IT sector experience, but also with experience as a contributor to STAIF and author of several papers on High-Frequency Gravitational Waves. He was in an excellent position to review John Hutchison’s work and understands Hutchison’s lab better than most. This footage is part of a documentary on Hutchison created by American Antigravity in 2005. A group of scientists, engineers, and IT professionals visited John Hutchison in New Westminster to learn more about his research. It was filmed in Hutchison’s lab with a Sony handycam in Nightshot (IR assist) mode, so the colors are muted and it has a green contrast from the IR lighting. In addition to studying John Hutchison’s lab up-close, our team was able to thoroughly review John’s large collection of metal samples distorted and liquified by the effect. We gathered close-up photos of John Hutchison’s samples and spoke with him at length in a number of settings in and around the premises.