Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Anti-gravity experiments for home


There has been plenty of experiments made by John Hutchison using multiple electrical coils called Tesla coils, as well as a static electricity machine called a Van de Graaf generator.
Hutchison has been ridiculed, but you can watch footage of the experiments yourself. He has been trying this since the '80s. If my tests work, I won't need a zip-line at HITWRA this Memorial Day! I might be able to use this for retrieving the playset from our spring sink-hole - provided the Chinaman on the other side doesn't have anti-gravity, also.

Here's a little anti-gravity home experiment :



DO NOT TRY THIS AT YOUR HOME!
try it at a friend's house.

7 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

You may be onto something here, anxious to try the toast experiement, between mama cat, Dutch and Goldie it should provide a lot of entertainment. The Telsa Coil appears to have some very good prospects for practical jokes. First one that comes to mind is to place it under the seat at the "Duck House" and wait for for the first visitor to get seated before you touch it off - ah, such fun it would be! I have several targets already identified.

JD Plumma said...

..so you'll buy me a Tesla coil!? I love you!

Heidi said...

I like the warning sign. I can't wait to meet up with the cousins.

william said...

test 4

william said...

test 4

RangerBill said...

sorry about those test posts but i
am doing some internet investigative studies to catch a
hack rat

RangerBill said...

sorry about those test posts but i
am doing some internet investigative studies to catch a
hack rat

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