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Published on Apr 17, 2011
http://www.insight.spruz.com __ The Philadelphia Experiment and the Electric Hutchison Effect: "The problem is that reproducing the Hutchison effect has been somewhat difficult." The equipment is expensive and difficult to regulate during the experiment ... --- Late in WW2 the US Navy supposedly had an interest in using high powered electric fields around ships to make them invisible to both radar and the human eye. This was based on research and discoveries made by Nicola Tesla and used some of electricity's more eccentric properties in combination with Einstein's Unified Field Theory. The story goes that using high output generators scientists created an energy field around the ship, the USS Eldridge a new convoy escort destroyer, that not only rendered it invisible, it actually teleported, albeit briefly, several hundred miles to Norfolk VA, in a great cloud of an eerie fog and shimmering light. According to the legend, some of the crew were killed and others driven insane by the experiment.