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Archive: January, 2003
The Hutchinson Effect
Canadian born Inventor John Hutchison claims to have levitated objects, caused solid objects to slide freely into one another, and seems to have discovered a method for producing unique batteries using common minerals.
Free energy batteries
He suggests that his innovative batteries are "basically the secret to the energy crisis, using ordinary non-toxic materials that will interface with zero-point energy." The batteries are developed by his so-called "shake and bake" method, in which Hutchison mixes materials and shakes and bakes them into a composition whose crystalline lattices are thought to grab zero-point energy. His cells are "cheap to make and basically derived from nature's own minerals with no poisons or toxins." By setting up a series of his inexpensive cylindrical batteries working in harmony, Hutchison claims that in theory, the power system could generate up to 110 to 130 volts and apparently work forever. He does caution that tapping too much zero-point energy can be dangerous and that precautions should be taken. He warns, "If you draw too much from the electro-magnetic jitter of zero point energy, you'll get a minor meltdown. I've had to clean this area up once because of this." More info and pictures ...
Speaking at the International Women's Forum in Joburg today, Nelson Mandela launched a scathing attack on George W Bush saying the US leader wanted to plunge the world into a "holocaust" with his planned attack on Iraq.
"If Saddam Hussein was not carrying out the UN instructions and resolutions... I will support them (the UN) without resignation, but what I condemn is one power with a president who can't think properly and wants to plant the world into holocaust." Read more here.
atPictures.com is a quality photo resource for your favourite male celebs, female celebs, models, singers and bands. Send them as e-cards or stick them in your fan site.
Yummy favourites: Peta Wilson, Nicole Kidman, Franka Potente, Milla Jovovich, Laura Prepon, Alicia Witt, Björk, Julianne Moore, Carrie-Anne Moss, Shirley Manson ... breathe ... Matt Damon, Edward Norton, Jeremy Irons, Kevin Spacey, Sam Neill, Steve Buscemi, Val Kilmer, (Not forgetting Hugh Jackman for Kat and Viggo Mortensen for Sister Mary Matthew. xx)
Amazing monowheels from 1884 to present
A monowheel (motorwheel or monocycle) is one big wheel with engine and rider INSIDE its circumference. Want one? You can buy the incredible hand-built McLean monocycle here. Cost in the US is approx $8500.
(More bizarre stuff in the Museum of RetroTechnology)
You could be the first to get married in the world's only inflatable church!
Possibly one of the most expensive coffees in the world - at well over $A1,000 a kilo - is made with cat poop. No really!
Animated Atlas: Growth of a Nation is a movie which depicts the geographic history of the United States from the beginning of the nation to fifty states. Geographic elements are interactive, as is the timeline.
(Spotted on fetch~me)
SONGS FROM BEYOND
Channeled Music From The Spirit World
As featured on Graham Norton.
"... my husband and myself have channeled 15 songs by John Lennon who is desperately working to save both this world, and, The Spirit World from The Dark Forces (Demons) who are bent on destroying Heaven, and, the human race, forever."
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